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Xavier Claramunt

Team Leader. Xavi is the founder and president of GALACTIC SUITE DESIGN. He is an entrepreneur who constantly surprises in the fields of architecture and interior design and industrial design. He took off as an aeronautical engineer to land as an unpredictable architect. Xavier Claramunt works in Barcelona, with satellite offices in China, Dubai and Mexico. He entered the world of space tourism focusing on the experiences the customer would enjoy. As a visionary strategist, he manages projects aimed at putting a hotel in orbit, a tourist housing in the upper stratosphere, and assesses proposals for a future base on Mars.


Marc Zaballa

Associate Team Leader. Marc is a professional architect at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya and an alumnus of the International Space Agency, based in Strasbourg. Since 2006 he combines his professional activity with that of chief architect for the Earth and orbit segments of Galactic Suite, the first space hotel. He is currently Project Manager for Galactic Suite Design where he coordinates the team responsible for new concepts and projects for the aeronautics and space sector.



Juan de Dalmau

Technology Advisor. Juan is a professor at the International Space University and a member of the European Space Agency since 1985. He also serves as chief representative of the Community of Ariane Cities (CVA), a non-profit association that brings together the cities and industries involved in the program of the European launcher Ariane. He has accumulated ten years of experience in the European Spaceport in Kourou (French Guinea), where he was the first non-French Director of Operations (DDO), in charge of the launches of Ariane 4, and as an engineer for the construction and qualification of production infrastructure, integration and launch of the Ariane5 rocket.


Ed Chester

Ed's professional background includes ground segment systems architect and integration and test engineer at ESA-ESOC (Germany), Flight Operations team member at ESA-ESOC (Germany), Flight Operations and system management for the Beagle 2 Mars lander (UK), IT Management (UK) and instrumentation / embedded system design (UK). He is interested in data systems, operations payload, system design, design methods, and operational research. Ed holds a Bachelor degree in Physics, a Masters degree in Electronics, and a Ph.D. related to computer architecture and signal processing. He is a member of the ISU faculty.


Alfonso Martínez

Technology Advisor. Alfonso is Director General of Altran Spain and Executive Director of the Practice of Mechanical Engineering at international level. Aeronautical engineer of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. As a consultant and manager, has spent most of his career in the space sector, mainly in the engineering and R & D of space vehicles and equipment.

He was a founding partner of Media Engineering Consultants. Being the leader in Spain in Engineering Space Sector, this company was integrated within Altran Technologies in 2007.


Josep Amat

Head Rover Team. Girbau Josep Amat is a doctor in industrial engineering from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, where he is Professor of Architecture and Computer Technology since 1983. He is a member of the Institut d'Estudis Catalans since 1990, invited Professor at the MIT Artificial Intelligence Lab (USA) since 1991 and the Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences of Barcelona since 2000. He has received numerous honours and awards including the Narcís Monturiol medal of the Generalitat de Catalunya for scientific and technological merit (1990) and the International Prize for Science and Technology (Barcelona, 1992),


His research has focused on digital signal processing and computer vision, especially in its applications in the field of robotics. Currently, he develops different research projects in the field of underwater robotics, robotics applied to surgery and guiding mobile robots in the Industrial Robotics Institute at the UPC.


Ignasi Casanova

Head of Science Team. Ignasi is Professor of Materials Chemistry at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC, Barcelona Tech). B.S. Geology (University of Barcelona), M.Sc. Nuclear Engineering and PhD in Geochemistry (University of New Mexico, USA). He has worked as a researcher at Los Alamos National Labs, Johnson Space Center of NASA and the University of Chicago.


His research interests have developed Planetary Chemistry for engineering design of space science instruments. He has been co-investigator on several missions of the European Space Agency (SMART-1, Mars Express), where he has served as a member of the Science and Technology Advisory Group Exploration.


His main research activities currently include nanotechnology for space exploration and utilization of resources in situ. Igor and his team contribute to the mission with a unique experiment to extract oxygen in situ from lunar regolith.


Rafael Harillo

Legal Advisor. Rafael is a lawyer specializing in commercial law and space law, and advises companies and public institutions, including space tourism. He is a member of the International Institute of Space Law (IISL) and the European Centre for Space Law (ECSL) of the ESA.


His activity is aimed at developing the Spanish space sector regulation because, unlike other countries, Spain does not have an Act regulating Space activities and encouraging the participation of the private sector.

При виде этой жуткой картины остальные солдаты побежали за оружием, а кое-кто предпочел "Lol новый патч" спрятаться.

Я понимал психологию этого человека.

Римо, Чиун и Дафна Блум прибыли в Лос-Анджелес за час до катастрофы.

Его прищуренные, как у таксы, глаза сузились еще больше, а руки, до сих пор бешено жестикулировавшие, повисли в воздухе.

Мы здесь, чтобы защищать их, а не глазеть на их рисунок.

Ага, должно быть, охотились за грудными "смотреть черепашки ниндзя кино 2" младенцами, хмыкнул Римо.

 
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