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ENGLISH VERSION. In Tel Aviv, « Meet The Leaders » on March 25th. « Beresheet and the Conquest of Space by Israel ».

IsraelValley and CCIIF Tel-Aviv with the collaboration of Business-France are organizing a « Meet the Leaders » on March 25, 2019 with experts and testimonials on Israel’s space programme. A Question addressed during this bilingual evening: « In the Conquest of Space by Israel, what is the role of France? « .

 Exceptional meeting in Tel Aviv on March 25, 2019. The CCIIF (Tel Aviv) will celebrate the launching of the lunar mission of Israel. The expected guests: SpaceIL, Israel Aerospace Industries, Israeli Universities members of the project.  CCIIF will also welcome the France-Israel cooperation in the aeronautical and space field.  The Tel Aviv Stock Exchange will host this special evening. 250 guests will be in the room.

GOLD SPONSOR OF THISEVENING : DISCOUNT BANK

SPEAKERS & PROGRAMME.

Introduction by Ambassador of France, Hélène Le Gal,

François Petit, Chef de Service Economique,

Dr Daniel Rouach President CCIIF & Yossi Dan (Challengy).

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS.

1. Daniel Friedmann, Founding Partner; AeroSpaceIL – The Israeli AeroSpace Innovation Center.

2. Professor Ehud Behar, Director, Asher Space Research Institute. Technion – Israel Institute of Technology.

Professor Ehud Behar is the Director of the Norman and Helen Asher Space Research Institute at Technion. He is distinguished in the field of astrophysics, focusing on observational astrophysics and cosmology and investigating active stars, supernova remnants, the intergalactic medium, and black holes in active galaxies.

At Columbia University’s Astrophysics Laboratory he worked with the team that developed an x-ray spectrometer that was launched by the European Space Agency on board its XMM-Newton observatory.  Dr. Behar has published more than 100 papers in leading professional journal and has been a visiting scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland. At the Asher Space Research Institute, he opened a new Space Optics Laboratory, where he oversees multidisciplinary research in space instrumentation, space propulsion and small satellite applications.

3. Mordehay Chouchan (ST Microelectronics). Conseiller du Commerce Extérieur & Board Member of CCIIF.

4. Agnès Levy-Segal; Navigation Engineer.

Agnes holds a PhD in Aerospace Engineering from University Pierre and Marie Curie Paris, France and a Master degree in Mathematics. For 7 years she has been working at Onera the French aerospace lab on various space missions, as a research engineer in the fields of data analysis, trajectography and performance analysis. In 2013, Agnes moved to Israel and started to work at SpaceIL in the AOCS team as a navigation engineer.

5. Ariel Gomez;  System Engineer.

Ariel owned B.Sc from Jerusalem College of Technology(JCT) in 2003 and MBA from Ben Gurion University (BGU) in 2009. Ariel performed several positions of System Engineering in the R&D unit of Merkava IV tank development unit for the Ministry of Defense. From 2011 Ariel occupied the position of system engineer at Elbit group in the laser division development till 2016 before he joined the SpaceIL team for the Goole Lunar Xprize competition.

EVENT.  Where?  Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, 2 Ahuzat Bayit Street, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Tel Aviv District 6525216.

 To register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bereshit-et-la-conquete-de-lespace-par-israel-tickets-58575395585

 Contact email: cciif2013@gmail.com

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FRENCH VERSION. En présence de Madame Hélène Le Gal, l’Ambassadrice de France en Israël; M. François Petit, Chef de Service Economique; le 25 Mars 2019 à la Bourse de Tel-Aviv, IsraelValley & la CCIIF (Tel-Aviv) présentent un programme sponsorisé par Discount Bank & Europroject et préparé avec la collaboration de Dan Catarivas, Muriel Touaty de ATF, Gisèle Hivert-Messeca – Directrice Business France, Yossi Dan.

Team CCIIF : Jeanine Tuil, Hanna Zribi, William Price.

A SAVOIR. « Meet The Leaders » le 25 Mars 2019 à partir de 18 heures avec des experts et témoignages sur la conquête spatiale d’Israël.

Une Question abordée lors de cette soirée (bilingue Anglais-Français) : « Dans la Conquête de l’Espace par Israël, quel a été le rôle de la France? »

Nous allons fêter l’envoi de la mission lunaire d’Israël. Les invités prévus : SpaceIL, Israel Aerospace Industries, Universités israéliennes membres du projet. Nous allons saluer également la coopération France-Israël dans le domaine aéronautique et spatial. La Bourse de Tel-Aviv va accueillir cette soirée spéciale. (180 à 250 invités attendus).

Les speakers (liste non finale) de cette soirée animée par Dr Daniel Rouach & Yossi Dan :

Mots d’Accueil : Ambassadrice de France, Hélène Le Gal & François PETIT, Chef de Service Economique & Daniel Rouach.

1. Daniel Friedmann, Founding Partner chez AeroSpaceIL – The Israeli AeroSpace Innovation Center. (Franco-israélien)

2. Professor Ehud Behar, Director, Asher Space Research Institute. Technion – Israel Institute of Technology (Anglais- Hébreu)

Professor Ehud Behar is the Director of the Norman and Helen Asher Space Research Institute at Technion. He is distinguished in the field of astrophysics, focusing on observational astrophysics and cosmology and investigating active stars, supernova remnants, the intergalactic medium, and black holes in active galaxies.

At Columbia University’s Astrophysics Laboratory he worked with the team that developed an x-ray spectrometer that was launched by the European Space Agency on board its XMM-Newton observatory.  Dr. Behar has published more than 100 papers in leading professional journal and has been a visiting scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Maryland. At the Asher Space Research Institute, he opened a new Space Optics Laboratory, where he oversees multidisciplinary research in space instrumentation, space propulsion and small satellite applications.

3. Mordehay Chouchan (ST Microelectronics). Conseiller du Commerce Extérieur & Board Member of CCIIF. (Français – Anglais)

4. Agnès Levy-Segal (Franco-israélienne impliquée dans le programme Beresheet). Navigation Engineer. (Français- Anglais)

Agnes holds a PhD in Aerospace Engineering from University Pierre and Marie Curie Paris, France and a Master degree in Mathematics. For 7 years she has been working at Onera the French aerospace lab on various space missions, as a research engineer in the fields of data analysis, trajectography and performance analysis. In 2013, Agnes moved to Israel and started to work at SpaceIL in the AOCS team as a navigation engineer.

5. Ariel Gomez (Franco-israélien impliqué dans le programme Beresheet). System Engineer. (Français-Anglais)

Ariel owned B.Sc from Jerusalem College of Technology(JCT) in 2003 and MBA from Ben Gurion University (BGU) in 2009. Ariel performed several positions of System Engineering in the R&D unit of Merkava IV tank development unit for the Ministry of Defense. From 2011 Ariel occupied the position of system engineer at Elbit group in the laser division development till 2016 before he joined the SpaceIL team for the Goole Lunar Xprize competition.

EVENEMENT. Le Lieu : Tel Aviv Stock Exchange, 2 Ahuzat Bayit Street, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Tel Aviv District 6525216.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bereshit-et-la-conquete-de-lespace-par-israel-tickets-58575395585

PROGRAMME SPATIAL La sonde israélienne Beresheet qui va alunir le 11 avril a déjà transmis, à une distance de 37 600 kilomètres de la planète bleue, son premier selfie montrant le drapeau israélien avec les mots „Am Israel ’haï“ (longue vie au peuple d’Israël) et „Small country big dreams“ (petit pays, grands rêves).

La sonde, qui a été lancée de la Floride le 22 février dernier, est le plus petit engin spatial jamais envoyé sur la lune et une grande première pour Israël. Il s’agit également de la première sonde développée par une organisation privée, Spacell, en coopération avec l’entreprise Aerospace Industries. Ces deux sociétés ont même réussi à nouer un partenariat avec la NASA en lui proposant un instrument développé par l’institut Weizmann permettant de mesurer les champs magnétiques dans et au-dessus de la zone d’alunissage. (Source : israelentreleslignes.com)

 

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