Warwick Holmes

School of Aerospace,
Executive Director – Space Engineering, Mechanical and Mechatronic Engineering
Faculty of Engineering and IT
University of Sydney

Date: Tuesday 26 September 2017
Time: 7pm – please be seated by 6.50pm
Where: Big School Room, St Peter's College

The European Space Agency’s Rosetta mission to Comet 67P
For 29 years Warwick Holmes worked on European Space Agency (ESA) spacecraft which included the development of interplanetary exploration, Earth observation, telecommunications, global navigation and spacecraft missions. His technical specialty is in the development of spacecraft avionics systems focusing on software and hardware systems, and managing teams of engineers building spacecraft.
Warwick has built, tested and launched ten different spacecraft; each program exceeded A$2 billion in value. In this lecture, Warwick will present the highlight of his space engineering career: the historic success of the Rosetta Comet-67P Orbiter and Lander mission.

To read more about Warwick Holems and to book for his lecture visit http://www.stpeters.sa.edu.au/wellbeing/rex-j-lipman-fellows-program