Today, ISU is made up of a unique network around the world with the aforementioned Central Campus in Strasbourg, with hubs in the USA and the Asia Pacific region, and partnerships with leading space organizations worldwide.
The ISU faculty consists of more than 160 distinguished members worldwide including the ISU Central Campus faculty, visiting lecturers, associate and adjunct faculty from space agencies, industry, research organizations and academia. Combined, this faculty covers globally the full span of space experience both in technical, scientific, but also space policy and management areas.
ISU also has Space Policy and Entrepreneurship Lab which is a dedicated research laboratory addressing the issues and trends in the domains of space policy and the space economy, including New Space worldwide.
It draws on ISU multidisciplinary Faculty expertise both from the ISU Central Campus and its extensive Global ISU Faculty network.
The objective of the Lab is to serve as a global hub for space policy and entrepreneurship to facilitate international research on these topics building on the ISU’s 3Is approach involving academics, professionals from space agencies and industry, and students from ISU worldwide and to train and educate the workforce of tomorrow.
The Lab is investigating short and long-term space policy and entrepreneurship trends on its own or in partnerships. The ISU Space Policy and Entrepreneurship Lab is also working very closely with the ISU start-up incubator and its personnel to support the development of the space economy.
Overall, the ISU network provides you with a unique opportunity to identify the suitable contact points to develop technical partnerships, to promote your technology, and ultimately to find clients in the space sector.