Ran Ginosar, Ph.D, is a scientist, a researcher and an entrepreneur in the field of space computing. He is a professor at the Andrew and Erna Viterbi Faculty of Electrical Engineering, in the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology.
Following his passion, Professor Ginosar is also a founder of RAMON.Space, an Israeli/Silicon Valley start-up that leads the way for advanced computing in space. RAMON.Space was named after Col. Ilan Ramon, the first and only Israeli astronaut who was killed in the fatal Columbia space shuttle mission in 2003. Their projects aim to carry the legacy of Israel in space with the blessing of the late Rona Ramon and the Ramon Foundation.
Prof. Ginosar will share the exciting developments in the space technologies industry and market, will discuss the challenges of space missions and share from his experience the numerous space programs including the first Israeli mission to the moon with the Beresheet spaceship where RAMON.space technology was deployed. He will also present initiatives that will change the way space is involved in day-to-day life and how space resources will be used to serve mankind on earth and beyond.
The event is open to the general public. No prior knowledge required.
Sunday, March 1
Arrillaga Family Pavilion (Bldg. C), 1st Floor
$15 General Public | $12 Members and J-Pass Holders | $10 Students
Contact: Michelle Shabtai | (650) 223-8718 | [email protected]