Lunch Lecture European Space Agency

The European Space Agency is a collaboration between 22 states within the European Union. They are dedicated to the peaceful exploration and use of space for the benefit of mankind. Established in 1975, they have promoted European scientific and industrial interests in space for more than 40 years. They have done this by building and launching both rockets and satellites, training astronauts, watching over the earth and exploring space.

During this online lecture Peter Rumler, a system engineer who has worked at ESA since 1988, will explain how Electrical Engineering plays a role in ESA as well as how the Netherlands are represented within ESA. Also part of the lecture will be what facilities are involved in this such as the European Space Technology and Research Centre situated near Leiden.

It is still possible to collect stamps for a Subway gift card if you join the online lunch lectures! We'll keep tabs of this for you and let you know when you've attended enough lectures!

You can sign up for the lecture here or by sending a mail to The last part will not be possible after the subscriptions have closed.

Wednesday 19-05-2021
12:30 - 13:30