SELIMA is partnering with the Life lab Foundation to organise the first SELLIMA – LIFE LAB Teacher Training for Astronomy and Space Engineering.
The 2021 edition of the training is organised as a series of online teaching units and final evaluation unit. The training will end with the opening of CHEOPS data challenge. We plan to be able to provide certificates to successful participants together with the Galileo Teacher Training Programme (GTTP).
A standard teaching unit has a duration of 3 hours. Teaching units are currently planned to start mid April 2021 and to be delivered on a monthly basis.
We plan to provide further details on the training by end of January 2021.
If you are interested to join the preparation and delivery of the training or interested to receive the training, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
On Monday, 25 November 2019, we will kick off the first project to which SELLIMA has a contribution. The draft agenda for the kick-off meeting is available via this URL:
We are setting up this new project together with the Jesuit Worldwide Learning (JWL). The JWL provides equitable high quality tertiary learning to people and communities at the margins of societies – be it through poverty, location, lack of opportunity, conflict or forced displacement – so all can contribute their knowledge and voices to the global community of learners and together foster hope to create a more peaceful and humane world. SELLIMA’s contribution will be to study, develop and operate a network of Flyseye camera systems.
If you are interested to follow the presentations remotely, please drop us a line via email@example.com.
We have submitted a proposal for seed funding to the Alliance Campus Rhodanien. The technical proposal is available in the SELLIMA dropbox. The response from the panel is expected for 06 Apr. 2018. So save the date …
The project calendar is now available on the web site. The direct link is https://sellima.org/about/project-calendar/. The calendar is also available via the menu item ‘About us’.
On Tuesday 16 Mar. 2018 we will hold the first teleconference of the Technical Working Group. The meeting page can be found in the SELLIMA redmine. Draft presentations are publicly available in the SELLIMA owncloud.
We have presented SELLIMA at the General Assembly of the Swiss National Centre of Competence in Research Planets. The meeting took place in Grindelwald from 24 to 26 January 2018.
The poster is available in the SELLIMA ownCloud.
SELLIMA was selected for a 15-minute presentation at the First International Meeting for Science In Palestine. The conference took place on 06 and 07 Jan. 2018 in Cambridge, UK.
The presentation is available in the SELLIMA ownCloud
The recorded presentation is available on the Facebook page of S4P. Fast forward to minute 20 or so to directly access the SELLIMA talk. Andrea’s CHEOPS presentation is online as well.
The SELLIMA web site is now online: sellima.org
If you have any feedback or want to join us, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org.
The joint call for seed funing between the universities of Geneva and Jerusalem ended today. We have submitted a proposal to receive seed funding to kick off the SELLIMA collaboration.
This marks the beginning of our endevour to bring a constellation of Nano-satellites to monitor stars and exoplanets into space.
If you whish to join us, please contact us via email@example.com.