Finnish Satellite Workshop 2023

with Finnish Remote Sensing Days and
URSI National Convention
18-20 January 2023, Espoo Dipoli, Finland

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Finnish Satellite Workshop 2023

Speaker highlights


Gordon Campbell

Director, Science, Applications and Future Technologies Department, Directorate of EO Programmes, ESA.

Future Copernicus missions.


Rafal Modrzewski


Future of ICEYE SAR constellation.


Kristine Dannenberg

Head of Space Exploration and Access to Space. Rymdstyrelsen.

Space Activities in Sweden.

The Finnish Satellite Workshop is the biggest New Space meeting in Finland, Scandinavia and the Baltic countries. It brings together space tech specialists, scientists and students to discuss current topics in a rapidly developing space field. The scope is set on New Space, small satellite missions, small satellite platform development, space science missions and instruments, Earth Observation and sustainable utilization of space, not forgetting also about collaboration and politics.

Finnish Remote Sensing Days

Speaker highlights


Charles Miller

Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Carbon cycle from space platforms.


Annett Bartsch

Managing director at b.geos

Arctic infrastructure.

The Finnish Remote Sensing Club represents the community of Remote Sensing specialists and professionls in Finland. Over 25 yers, the Finnish Remote Sensing Club has arranged a workshop, called Finnish Remote Sensing Days. The event has brought together specialists all over Scandinavia and Baltic states to discuss the latest advancements in the fields and developing ideas for next space instruments and funding applications. Since 2020 Remote Sening Days have been organized together with Satellite Workshop.

XXXVI Finnish URSI Convention on Radio Science

Speaker highlights


Massimo Mercati

European Space Agency. Head of ESA Security Office.

Cyber security challenges in space.


Ari Sihvola

Professor at Aalto University

Electromagnetic scattering.

The International Union of Radio Science (Union Radio Scientifique Internationale, URSI) was founded in 1919 to stimulate and coordinate international research, applications and communication in the field of radio science. The Finnish National Committee (Member Committee) consists of 15 institutional members, mainly representing universities, research institutes and scientific organizations. The main national event of the Finnish National Committee is the National Convention on Radio Science.

Fore more information pleas see Finnish URSI homepage . The XXXVI Finnish URSI Convention on Radio Science is arranged together with Finnish Satellite Workshop and Remote Sensing Days 2023.


Aalto University, Espoo

18-20 January 2023

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