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2018年11月8日
2030:火星奥德赛 – 极端栖息地研讨会

2018年,HASSELL开始了一项与NASA合作的任务,设计火星上首个人类居所。现在,2030: 火星奥德赛极端栖息地研讨会的召开是建立新的以基于网络联接各专业领域及行业的研究平台的第一步。

HASSELL董事及科技与创新设计负责人Xavier De Kestelier表示,2030: 火星奥德赛是一次难得的机会,藉此机会,我们能够进一步思考以人为中心的设计,同时探索打造“深受人们喜爱”的场所到底意味着什么。

“我们希望这只是一次抛砖引玉的活动,希望后续能够看到更多进步的讨论,将极端栖息地的研究成果整合,打造出有创见的、创新的并以科学为依据的设计方法 — 包括地球环境及星际环境。” Xavier说。

本场研讨会由HASSELL在伦敦举办,我们邀请到了多位欧洲最前沿的创新者参会,包括极地探险家和星际科学家等。会中,他们讨论的话题包罗万象,从确保人类能够于外太空生存的策略,到建造极端栖息地的成本及组织工作的一些实际问题。

“这是非常令人激动人心的场合,与各个领域的专家探索并进一步打开设计和创新的思路,特别是在星际探索的语境下进行。” Xavier说道。

“我们在NASA举办的3D打印世纪挑战赛中的参与仅仅是这项任务的开始,而现在是展望未来发展的时候了。”

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2030:火星奥德赛
极端栖息地研讨会
2018年11月8日星期四
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