Colloquium Series Continues on April 4th
The Spring 2011 Space Studies Colloquium Series focuses on the general theme "Providing Space-Based Services to Remote Areas" and will feature several leading experts in the field.
The third presentation in this series will feature Mr. Guennadi Kroupnik, Acting Director of Satellite Communications and Space Environment Projects and Project Manager for the Polar Communications and Weather (PCW) Mission at the Canadian Space Agency (CSA).
Topic: “Serving the Arctic - CSA Polar Communications and Weather Mission”
Date: Monday, April 4th, 2011
Time: 4:00 p.m.
Location: Ryan Hall, Room 111
About the Speaker: Mr. Kroupnik holds Master of Engineering/Aerospace degrees from Moscow University of Aerospace Technologies and Concordia University (Montreal), and the Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from the Project Management Institute (PMI). He has more than 25 years of engineering and functional and program management experience in aerospace domain. Mr. Kroupnik participated in major space programs ranging from the Russian Space Shuttle "Buran" to Canadian Radarsat –1, Radarsat-2, and Radarsat Constellation Programs.
A luncheon for faculty, staff, and students will be held at noon on Monday, April 4th in the Space Studies library for a chance to meet Mr. Kroupnik prior to his presentation.