21 episodes

SpaceBase is a social enterprise who's mission is to democratize access to space through education, entrepreneurship and community building starting in New Zealand. This podcast is dedicated to creating the journey from space enthusiast to space entrepreneurs through insightful interviews with aerospace specialists, investors, and entrepreneurs sharing their experience and knowledge of the space industry, and their personal journeys.

SpaceBase Podcast Emeline Paat-Dahlstrom

    • Education

SpaceBase is a social enterprise who's mission is to democratize access to space through education, entrepreneurship and community building starting in New Zealand. This podcast is dedicated to creating the journey from space enthusiast to space entrepreneurs through insightful interviews with aerospace specialists, investors, and entrepreneurs sharing their experience and knowledge of the space industry, and their personal journeys.

    From Developing Carbon Neutral Cement to Space Habitats and Landing Pads on the Moon, Mars and Beyond - An Interview with Allan Scott

    From Developing Carbon Neutral Cement to Space Habitats and Landing Pads on the Moon, Mars and Beyond - An Interview with Allan Scott

    An interview with  Dr. Allan Scott,  Associate Professor at the University of Canterbury, College of Engineering.  Allan has  a masters of Science in Engineering and a Doctor of Philosophy from Cape Town.  HIs primary research is related to...

    • 39 min
    On Courage, Perseverance, and Pursuing the Goal to be an Astronaut: An Interview with Mahima Seth

    On Courage, Perseverance, and Pursuing the Goal to be an Astronaut: An Interview with Mahima Seth

    An interview with Mahima Seth, currently a science student at the University of Auckland, majoring in physics and geophysics. Mahima served as an Avionics Technician in the Royal New Zealand Airforce and for Rocket Lab.  She led the winning team of the...

    • 45 min
    On Space Defence for Peace, Security, and Developing Cutting Edge Technology: An Interview with Julia Rothman

    On Space Defence for Peace, Security, and Developing Cutting Edge Technology: An Interview with Julia Rothman

    An interview with Julia Rothman,  a kiwi with two decades of experience designing and launching space systems for the US Government. She worked as the Missile Defence Agency’s first Space Flight Test Engineer. She helped fund the development of new...

    • 46 min
    To the Stars Through Algorithms: Using AI and Machine Learning to Solve Grand Challenges in Space - An Interview with James Parr

    To the Stars Through Algorithms: Using AI and Machine Learning to Solve Grand Challenges in Space - An Interview with James Parr

    An interview with James Parr, Founder and CEO of Trillium Technologies – specializing in the application of merging technologies to grand challenges.  He is the Director of NASA’s Frontier Development Lab, an AI research accelerator based in Silicon...

    • 49 min
    It's not Rocket Science, and the Art of Commercialising the Stratosphere: An Interview with Philipp Sueltrop

    It's not Rocket Science, and the Art of Commercialising the Stratosphere: An Interview with Philipp Sueltrop

    An interview with Philipp Sueltrop ,the Chief Technology officer for Kea Aerospace- a company working on a range of aerospace projects including a design of a high altitude pseudo satellite in partnership with the University of Canterbury. Philipp has a...

    • 36 min
    Space Educational Opportunities in New Zealand: An Interview with Jim Hefkey

    Space Educational Opportunities in New Zealand: An Interview with Jim Hefkey

    An interview with Jim Hefkey, the director of the Auckland Programme for Space Systems – an undergraduate program that challenges students to solve problems using satellites. He currently holds the position of Professional Teaching Fellow at the...

    • 35 min

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