Latest press release

  • From Nov 15, 2021 to Nov 16, 2021
    Grenoble, 10th November 2021 – The Centre Spatial Universitaire de Grenoble (CSUG), in partnership with Teledyne e2v, will be using this year’s Space Tech Expo to provide visitors with a detailed demonstration of a high-performance image analysis system for CubeSat deployment. Intended for Earth observation tasks, this system will process the images on-board to build simplified binary maps of the areas before transmitting back from space, thereby significantly reducing the bandwidth overhead involved.
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  • On the Apr 14, 2020
    Develop and launch a nanosatellite using artificial intelligence algorithms to observe the Earth and meet social challenges such as observation of illegal deforestation, monitoring of CO2 emissions or evaluation of damages after a natural disaster: This is the objective of the nanosatellite project QlevEr Sat developed in Grenoble. The project is lead by CSUG1 in collaboration with the MIAI-UGA institute, with the support of the Teledyne E2V company. The launch is planned for Q1-Q2 2022.
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  • Discover the CSUG: a Grenoble centre that connects knowledge and expertise for the development of miniaturised space solutions.
  • Télégrenoble report on the inauguration of Grenoble University Space Centre on Friday 11 September on the Saint-Martin-d’Hères campus.
  • Following the inauguration on 11 September 2015 of Grenoble University Space Centre, France 3 Alpes presented the initiative in its TV news broadcast on 13 September via an interview with the people involved in the proje...
  • Télégrenoble interview on 23 March 2016 with Mathieu Barthélemy, Director of Grenoble University Space Centre.
  • Jean-Jacques Favier, astronaut with a doctorate from the Université Grenoble Alpes, Geneviève Fioraso, former Minister for Higher Education and Research leading a ministerial project on space development, and Mathieu Bar...
  • Mathieu Barthélémy is an astrophysicist at IPAG-OSUG and head of the CSUG (Grenoble University Space Centre). He talks to us about the northern lights and light polarisation.