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Nagra is a Swiss cooperative company founded by the Swiss producers of radioactive waste. It was established under Swiss law, which stipulates that the producers of nuclear waste must also ensure its safe and sustainable disposal. It has been chosen to use geological disposal and as such, it operates research sites to assess the implications of this solution. As part of its partnership with the Asclepios project, Nagra has agreed to host the Asclepios I mission on its Grimsel Test Site.
The Association of the Municipalities of Crans-Montana (ACCM) is an association of public law, whose members are communes. In the case of the ACCM, the 3 members are the municipalities of Crans-Montana, Icogne and Lens.
Regarding the Asclepios project, the service for the economical promotion has helped organize a workshop in extreme environment lead by french polar explorer Alban Michon for the training of the astronauts. They also have offered us a financial support.
EPFL Space Center (eSpace) is an interdisciplinary unit responsible for the federation of space and drone activities at EPFL. Specifically, eSpace is coordinating space education at EPFL, developing state of the art nano-satellites, and fostering space research on campus.
Space Innovation, formerly the Swiss Space Center, contributes to the implementation of the Swiss Space Policy.
It provides a service supporting institutions, academia and industries to access space missions and related applications and promote interactions between these stakeholders.
The CDH coordinates the Social and Human Sciences (SHS) program, that concerns every EPFL students. The Digital Humanities Institute offers a Master in Digital Humanities, and is linked to the Digital Humanities Doctoral Program. The Institute for Area and Global Studies offers a Minor in Science, Technology and Area Studies, as well as semester projects abroad.
Skyguide provides air navigation services for Switzerland and certain adjacent parts of neighbouring countries. With its 1500 employees at 14 locations in Switzerland, the company guides some 1.2 million civil and military flights a year safely and efficiently through Europe’s most complex airspace.
Swiss Polar Institute is a consortium of swiss universities which regroups EPFL, Swiss Federal Institute for Forest, Snow and Landscape Research WSL, ETH Zurich and the University of Bern.
Their objective is to measure and quantify the impact of the climate change and the pollution in the polar areas.
Maxon develops and builds electric drives that pack some real power. Their DC motors are leading the industry worldwide. They are used wherever the requirements are high and engineers cannot afford compromises: maxon motors drive NASA’s Mars rovers. Maxon helped us financing our project and are also providing parts for our rover and our spacesuits.
Grimsel Hydro is the label of KWO (Kraftwerke Oberhasli AG), under which the external services of the Technology Center for Hydraulic Power are offered. The exploitation of hydropower in the Grimsel and Susten region began in 1925 with the founding of KWO. An impressive hydroelectric complex with 8 reservoirs and 10 power stations was built in several stages, producing electricity for one million people. Grimsel Hydro helped us financing our project and provide us with on site support for the mission.
Serco specialise in the delivery of essential public services, with over 50,000 people working in defence, transport, justice, immigration, healthcare and other citizen services across four regions: UK & Europe, North America, Asia Pacific and Middle East.
Serco is helping us financing our project.
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The contribution of the sports department to the project resides in lending the equipment necessary for the astronauts’ daily workout during the Asclepios missions and the crew’s training.
You are an athlete or just one who want to discover a new sport? The Service des sports UNIL-EPFL gives you the opportunity to practice the sport you want among more than 80 possibilities.
The disciplines grouped in the school of Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering (ENAC) are called upon to find solutions to the most important challenge of our time : to guarantee a sustainable living environment for humanity through a successful integration of human activities within the biosphere.
EPFL’s IC School is one of the main European centers for education and research in the field of Information Technology.
The School of Basic Sciences is responsible for teaching and researching in chemistry, mathematics, physics and related domains. A growing emphasis has been developing in fields at the interface between their traditional disciplines.
Céline Renaud, specialist in public speaking, has given more than 3000 conferences/shows in this domain. While mastering five languages she is a self-entrepeureneur combining motivation, art, innovation and sustainability which made her win numerous awards such as one of the 20 women of influence in Switzerland. Her passion for music, nature and people enable her to construct rich courses in public speaking for thos who require it.
ARP contributes to the Asclepios mission by providing us with hardware for our Mission Control Center and base.