The Institute of Space Systems is proud to announce the Space Station Design Workshop 2015. More information on the topic and application process will follow shortly. Stay tuned!
The Space Station Design Workshop (SSDW) is an environment for the multidisciplinary conceptual design of space stations and other orbital infrastructure. It has been developed at the Institute of Space Systems (IRS) of the University of Stuttgart.
In addition to using SSDW methodology and tools for research purposes, the SSDW staff is offering short courses and workshops to introduce students and professionals to conceptual design in a multinational, interactive, team-centered environment. Check below for more information on the upcoming events or browse through the history of past space mission designs on this website.
Ongoing development efforts are aimed at improving SSDW methodology and tools, to meet the expectations of tomorrow's space systems designers. This includes enhancement and expansion of the design environment for manned missions and space infrastructure beyond low earth orbit, supporting the extension of the frontier of human space exploration.
- Methodology: Introduction to SSDW's methodology and concept
- Tools: Overview of the tools used within the SSDW
- History: Information about and results of past workshops
- Media: Images, videos and animations from past SSDWs
- Publications: SSDW reports and publications by SSDW staff
If you have any questions about the application process, possibilities to support the workshop or other inquiries do not hesitate to contact us: click here!