The 2nd Stuttgart Science Festival will take place from June 23 to July 2, 2022. This festival aims to better position Stuttgart both externally and internally as a university and science city, and to create closer connections between science, industry and urban society. Scientific topics are to be communicated to a broad audience in an understandable way. Scientific and cultural institutions, companies, startups, associations and clubs from Stuttgart will be participating with events of a scientific nature.
In cooperation with the Mercedes-Benz Museum, the Daimler and Benz Foundation is participating in the Stuttgart Science Festival with an event:
Rovers and satellite systems – space research in Stuttgart and beyond
Prof. Dr. Sabine Klinkner – lecture with demonstration.
Rovers and satellite systems – space research in Stuttgart and beyond: At the University of Stuttgart’s Institute of Space Systems, scientists are researching new technologies for space exploration. In this talk, Sabine Klinkner will be introducing various systems designed to orbit the earth or explore the surface of the moon. Some of these are no bigger than a shoebox, but they are nevertheless capable of conducting numerous measurements and helping to ensure that innovative technologies can be used for space travel. These projects are ideal for getting students involved and for training the next generation of engineers.
July 2, 2022
1.00 - 2.30 p.m.
Prof. Dr. Sabine Klinkner