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SpaceUp Bulletin: upcoming Space events 
Even though the impact of COVID-19 has had an impact on events worldwide, there are still many activities and opportunities available both online and in other formats.  

This bulletin is just to provide you with some dates to mark in your diaries for you to continue learning, participating and connecting with like minded people.

You may have noticed that we have extended the deadline for the Space Academy in Rome 9-11 December, so make the most of this opportunity and apply now for your chance to get the customised business support services you need to rocket to success! 
18th September 2020 (POSTPONED, new dates tbc) – SpaceUp webinar ‘Life as a space-tech entrepreneur’
A fireside chat with two space-tech entrepreneurs who joined our space academies. We will talk about challenges, experiences and take-aways for entrepreneurs. 

21st- 25th September 2020 – Space, Satellites + Sustainability (S3) Digital Forum 2020
Organised by the University of Edinburgh and SPIE, this interdisciplinary meeting will highlight newly operational satellite systems providing new sensors supporting sustainability.  Advances in the processing of big satellite data will be presented alongside novel analytics, including those producing actionable sustainability intelligence. Register here
24th September 2020 - Smart Port. The merged sea & space network – conference.
This conference is organised by the BSSC (Baltic Sea & Space Cluster) and it will be held in Gdynia, Poland. Topics which will be discussed include space exploration, harbour management, smart port Gdynia solutions and more. Register here
28th September – 2nd October - ESA’s Φ-Week event
This virtual event will focus on innovation in Earth observation and showcase the latest achievements in Earth observation science, technology and applications. Register here

30th September (application deadline) - Space Academy Rome 
This 3-day event will offer services, advice and networking opportunities to space start-ups. Some of the available opportunities include coaching, presenting pitches, customised feasibility studies and financial advice. See the agenda for the last academy here and apply for this academy here.

2nd – 4th October - NASA International Space Apps Challenge
Space Apps is an international hackathon for coders, scientists, designers, storytellers, makers, builders, technologists, and others in cities around the world, where teams engage with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s free and open data to address real-world problems on Earth and in space. Register here
12th – 17th October - International Space University (ISU) Executive Space Course
Taught from an international perspective, the course allows participants to gain an understanding of the differences as well as the common approaches to space strategy across the globe. The course explains core engineering and technical concepts in a simple, understandable manner, allowing participants to develop their knowledge of space-related activities and terminology. Register here
19th-23rd October 2020 - Astropreneurs Bootcamp
Gain access to know-how and mentors tailored to the needs of early stage space start-ups. The bootcamp will provide a wide spread of sessions across all domains, like business, tech, finance and marketing. Register here 

9th – 11th November – 24th Summit for Satellite Financing
The Summit for Satellite Financing is the must-attend executive conference for the global satellite communications and connectivity sector, where business leaders come together to gain market insight, strike partnerships and conclude major deals. Register here

Watch this video to know more about the SpaceUp high-added value services and how to apply and participate in our Space Academies. It also provides practical tips for the Space Academy in Rome. 
ThisEUemblem project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 776356. The content of this newsletter reflects only the author’s view. The European Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains.
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