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Institut aéronautique et spatial du Canada

CASI Podcasts

CASI offers a variety of prerecorded sessions available as CASI Podcasts. 

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  • October 21, 2020 14:50 | Todd Legault (Administrator)

    Presentations made during this session:

    An Approach to Model the Quasi-Static Puncture Failure of a Laminated Composite Panel | Gang Li, National Research Council Canada

    Evaluation of Adaptive Fuzzy-PD Control for Autonomous Spacecraft Rendezvous by Air-Bearing Testbed | Lucas Santaguida, York University

    Ground Experimentation Validation of Sway Control of Rotating Space Debris Towing by Space Tethered System | Junjie Kang, York University

    Establishing an Effective Evaluation Procedure for Hypersonics Ceramics | Justin Denne, National Research Council Canada


    Gang Li | National Research Council Canada

  • May 29, 2020 08:33 | Todd Legault (Administrator)

    Recorded May 25, 2020

    CASI Executive Director Geoffrey Languedoc is joined by CSA Director, Space Exploration Erick Dupuis for this engaging presentation and Q&A session.

  • May 06, 2020 10:22 | Todd Legault (Administrator)

    The coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic is affecting all segments of the space community. In this weeks SpaceQ podcast, Marc Boucher speaks with Geoff Languedoc from CASI.

    With the COVID-19 virus becoming a global pandemic I wanted to talk to people within the space community about how their organizations are coping, and also get a little personal and talk about life at home. This is the second interview in this feature.

    Geoff Languedoc is the Executive Director of the Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute. CASI as it’s known, is a not-for-profit scientific and technical organization that traces its roots back to 1954. It became the formal organization it is today in 1962 with the merger of the Toronto based Canadian Astronautical Society and the Montreal-based Astronautical Society of Canada. This put the organization squarely at the forefront of the new space age. Today the organization serves a diverse membership across Canada and hosts some important annual conferences that brings the community together.

    Listen to the SpaceQ Podcast

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