Winter is Coming – by Stefan De Raedemaeker, RADMEP Intake 2021-2023

In the previous blog post I left off by telling you about the courses we had thus far and our first experiences there after three months of studying and living in Jyväskylä. I also promised to show you the beautiful snow landscapes we were going to see, so let me start with that. Some ofLire la suite « Winter is Coming – by Stefan De Raedemaeker, RADMEP Intake 2021-2023 »

Stefan De Raedemaeker gives us a glimpse of his first steps as RADMEP student of Intake 2021-2023

Choosing to start in the RADMEP programme can be quite a big decision in your life. Maybe you are studying an electronics or physics bachelor or master, maybe you graduated, maybe you are already working as a lab assistant, lecturer or researcher. In any case, choosing to spend two years of your life in thisLire la suite « Stefan De Raedemaeker gives us a glimpse of his first steps as RADMEP student of Intake 2021-2023 »

UJM and CNES organized the first RADOPT workshop about Radiation Effects on Optoelectronics and Photonics Technologies and meet RADMEP Associate Partners!

RADOPT 2021 is currently taking place (15th-18th November 2021) in Saint-Etienne, France. The objective of the workshop is to provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of recent developments regarding the use of optoelectronics and photonics technologies in radiation-rich environments. RADOPT also offers the opportunity to highlight future prospects in the fast-moving space, highLire la suite « UJM and CNES organized the first RADOPT workshop about Radiation Effects on Optoelectronics and Photonics Technologies and meet RADMEP Associate Partners! »

RADMEP consortium members are testing a new generation of fiber-based dosimeter in the International Space Station !

In the framework of the LUMINA project, four of the RADMEP network members (UJM, iXblue, CERN and CNES) have developed a new generation of fiber-based dosimeter that is currently tested on board of the International Space Station. Many thanks to the French ESA astronaut Thomas PESQUET that installed the dosimeter inside the Columbus module ofLire la suite « RADMEP consortium members are testing a new generation of fiber-based dosimeter in the International Space Station ! »