Each year, the Space Universities Network (SUN) organises a half-day workshop, to bring together UK higher education teaching staff and space industry members. The 2023 workshop was hosted at the University of Birmingham with the theme: "AI in Space Teaching".
About the Speakers:
Lucy has worked for 25 years in Spacecraft research and in industry. Following a PhD in Space Physics, she has worked at the European Space Agency, NASA Johnson Space Centre, and BAe Space Systems (now Airbus Defence and Space) and is now at Thales Alenia Space. She also specialises in teaching Advanced Space Systems at the University of Bristol and was presented the UoB teaching award for the Faculty of Engineering, nominated as a 'Best of Bristol' lecturer and was made a Professor of Space Systems Engineering in 2018 and is also a UK National Teaching Fellow.
Ian is an Associate Professor in the Technology Management Group of the Department of Space and Climate Physics. He is also the Departmental Graduate Tutor responsible for MSc programmes in Systems Engineering Management. Prior to joining MSSL, he had 22 years of industrial experience working on all aspects of the systems design lifecycle from user requirements through to integration, acceptance and deployment. Ian is a Chartered Engineer and a member of the International Council on Systems Engineering. He holds an MSc in Systems Engineering from UCL and in 2015 gained a PGCert in Teaching and Learning in Higher and Professional Education.
The Presentation Recording is available here.