APSCO and Lunar Exploration and Space Engineering Center (LESEC), China jointly organized Short Training Course on “Lunar Data Analysis” during 5-9 July and 12-16 July, 2021 by teleconference.
From the perspective of expanding a multi-cultural communication on modern science technologies, APSCO conducted this short training course in two different time-schedules in order to provide more access to the participants globally.
Ms. Yu Qi, Secretary-General of APSCO delivered an opening speech at the beginning of the training course, expressing her sincere greetings and appreciation for all efforts and strong support from LESEC, China National Space Administration (CNSA) and all the Member States. Dr. Ferhat Fikri ÖZEREN, Deputy Secretary-General of APSCO also addressed to the participants during second schedule of the training and expressed his appreciation for all lecturers and participants and presented brief outline on the course.
The course was well designed, addressing on the subjects that include: Lunar Mapping, Lunar Geology, Chinese lunar ground penetrating radar exploration, Chang’E laser altimetry and its data processing, Imaging Radar Remote Sensing of the Moon: A Review, Data Usage and Scientific Applications, Lunar gravity field development and its application, and Impact cratering and crater chronology.
In total, 30 lecture-hours were given by the lecturer team, consisting of 7 outstanding researchers and professors working in the frontier fields. Besides, based on the feedback and interaction from participants, lecturer team presented and refined courses with further researches during the second schedule. More than 90 participants from APSCO Member States and the rest of the world registered for the course.
At the end of the training course, which was successfully accomplished, Dr. Mohammad Ebrahimi Seyedabadi, Director-General of Education and Training Department of APSCO, delivered closing remarks. He appreciated all the lecturers, participants, and organizers for their great contribution and close cooperation. Participants highly appreciated the diligent efforts from organizers and lecturers, which provided opportunities to gain knowledge and application under the vital topic.