Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree in Planetary Geosciences - GeoPlaNet

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The Laboratoire de Planétologie et Géosciences (LPG) from Nantes Université has gained a worldwide reputation in research in planetary geosciences, thanks to its involvement in many space exploration missions, through collaborations with international partners, including space agencies and industrial partners that provide space instrumentation. It is involved in 13 space missions investigating planetary bodies of the solar system for at least the next 5 years.

The University of Coimbra, with its Master in Astrophysics and Space Instrumentation ascribed to the Physics and the Mathematics departments, does promote interchange between Space Sciences and companies of Space Instrumentation. The CITEUC is a research center dedicated to research on the Solar System as a whole and at all scales. This results in highly interdisciplinary aspects, for the study of different bodies including Venus, Earth, Mars, Titan, and smaller bodies.

it flgThe International Research School of Planetary Sciences (IRSPS) at Università d’Annunzio in Chieti-Pescara (IT) offers English-language academic programmes, including M.S. and Ph.D programmes, in Planetary Geology and Geophysics ranging across planetary/moon surfaces, interiors (e.g., Mars, Titan and Icy Moons) and terrestrial analogues. Since 1998, IRSPS and his top lecturers have been involved in several space missions being a world-renowned authority on planetary sciences and exploration.

Guest scholars

The EMJM GeoPlaNet teaching programme includes lectures from invited world-renowned scholars, who bring new perspectives and collaborate with researchers'teams and students. Each semester offers opportunities for invited external lecturers.
Mis à jour le 24 October 2023.