The island of Ibiza will host from 3 to 5 May an international forum on space innovation and aviation with the presence of experts from academia, institutions and industry.

The aim of the meeting is to “improve innovation in the space and aviation ecosystem in all regions of Europe through the establishment of collaborative dynamics” and the sharing of “experiences and knowledge” of all stakeholders involved, as reported yesterday in a note from EuroSpace Hub, the organizing entity.

Leonardo Barilaro, who has created music for several space missions, will offer two performances during this meeting

This international forum will address technology, psychology, space architecture and humanities, among other disciplines, and will feature representatives from the public and private sectors and personalities such as astronaut Dorin Dumitru Prunariu and David Caruso, one of the fathers of emotional intelligence.

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A new forum

On the other hand, the organization adds that the EuroSpace Hub Ibiza, in collaboration with the International Space University (ISU), will host in this Ibizan edition the first day of the forum ‘Kickoff ISU Space Business Proof’, a platform to which local projects related to the space sector can access and that will be evaluated by the Incubator of the International Space University.

Local projects can be submitted and will be evaluated by the International Space University Incubator

Projects that are found to be viable will receive an official certificate from ISU verifying that the authors have participated in a business plan competition.

On the other hand, Leonardo Barilaro, considered the pianist of space having created music for several space missions, will offer two performances during the forum celebration.

“European Ecosystem”

EuroSpace Hub is a “European ecosystem” created last year that aims to foster innovation and digitally connect academia and research with industry and startups in the space sector, its organizers detail.

Among the founding members of this entity are the International Space University (ISU), the Complutense University of Madrid, the Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, the Lunex Foundation and Collabwith Group.

The forum will be held at the Can Ventosa Auditorium in Vila and can also be followed remotely. The entrance to this forum costs 350 euros.

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