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The British government, seeking a replacement for the Galileo satellite navigation system, said it will consider alternatives to an original plan to develop its own satellite constellation. SpaceNews
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Space Force leaders frequently remind audiences that the newest branch of the U.S. military will be a “digital service” on the leading edge of technology. SpaceNews
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NASA is taking the next small step in its efforts to promote commercialization of low Earth orbit by flying a cosmetics company’s product to the International Space Station, a project that has prompted questions from one senator. SpaceNews
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Startups around the world continue building synthetic aperture radar (SAR) satellites even as the COVID-19 pandemic delays some launches. SpaceNews
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French space and defense company Hemeria is taking steps to quickly scale beyond cubesats and find a niche building slightly larger classes of small satellites. SpaceNews
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Several NASA astrophysics missions in various stages of development are likely facing delays because of the coronavirus pandemic, an agency official said. SpaceNews
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     Date Submitted:17-11-2013
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      2011-2014                       The University of Antwerp, Belgium

    School: Department of Physics - Elementary Particle Physics

    Thesis: Wilson loops in generalized loop space and their application in Transverse Momentum Depedent Parton Distributions

    Description: In this thesis I studied Wilson lines and loops, introducing a generalized loop space representation of gauge theory. This was then used to derive a conjecture for an evolution equation for Transverse Momentum Distributions using a kind of geometric renormalization scheme in this generalized loop space. During my PhD our group was invited to write a graduate textbook on applications of Wilson lines and loops in quantum field theory, as such I am also co-author of the book [7]. Next to my research assignments I also was lecturer for the exercise dasses of my supervisors course on special relativity and particle physics.

    Advisors: Prof. Pierre VAN MECHELEN & DT. Igor CHEREDNIKOV

      2010-2011        Universidade do Porto, Portugal

    GP: 16/20 Specialization Theoretical Physics School: Faculdade de Sciendas Thesis: Intrabeam scattering in the LHC

    Description: As a master student I did my thesis work as a technical student at CERN, working in the LHC commissioning and updating group on intrabeam scattering in the LHC. After a theoretical study of the subject I implemented a new numerical algorithm (FORTRAN) based on Carlson Integrals, improving substantially the speed for the intrabeam blow-up and luminosity simulations for different beam set-ups in the LHC

    [ „ 1. I also compared the models with 2010 and 2011 data and observed that the measurements where within a 5-10 percent error band [ 1, which was at the time well below the possible measurement accuracies (around 15 percent at that time). Under guidance of my supervisor I worked with people of very different backgrounds, working in varying research fields (accelerator physics, particle physics, engineering,...) and I was included in various meetings and discussion [ 1.

    Advisors: Prof. Miguel DA SOUSA COSTA & DT. John JOWETT

      2009-2010                      The Free University of Brussels, Belgium

    GP: 15/20 Physics School: Department of Physics

    Description: This first year in master focussed on Quantum Field Theory, Phenomenology of the Standard Model and Algebraic Topology. During this time I was also student representative in the Faculty Board, Education Commission and Department Board.

      2009-2009                           The University of Amsterdam (UvA), Netherlands

    GP: 17.5/20 Physics School: Department of Physics and Mathematics

    Description: Erasmus at the University of Amsterdam. Focus on High Level Mathematics (topology and manifolds) combined with Condensed Matter and Particle Physics.

      2006-2009                      The Free University of Brussels, Belgium

    GP: 14.76/20 Physics School: Department of Physics

    Thesis: Beam-dynamics

    Description: During my bachelor studies I focussed on advanced mathematics and accelerator physics resulting in a Bachelor Thesis on Beam Dynamics

      2003-2003                    Syntra Ghent, Belgium

    Safety and Security School: Syntra Adult Education

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