The call for mobility grants has been opened. You have until October 1st for submitting your application. You can find all the information in https://cloud.cttc.es/index.php/s/QW5OEdTEEc1zzlP

As we did in previous editions, the process for preparing next year working items will be based on the network inputs. Now it is time to start working on the new Call-of-order 2 part 2 work items preparation. This year we will use an online application form recollecting the inputs, please visit http://satnex4.org/index.php/form. The deadline for submitting ideas is November 1st.

SatNEx IV is happy to announce the IEEE Benelux Distinguished Lecturer Seminar on: "Multi-Input Multi-Output (MIMO); Potential Applications, Myth and Reality" at ESTEC on 22nd of June starting at 13:00 PM by Prof. Kavehrad.

For those visitors who want to join this talk, they need to provide their names and affiliations to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. in advance (not later than 19th of June noon time).

There is a reduced amount of grants to cover the expenses of the flight. In order to be eligible for your grant, you should send to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. a recommendation from the university supervisor that the talk is related to the research topic of the student. The grants will be given in an order-of-arrival basis.

Every year, the network of experts SatNEx IV funds a school where technical leaders from different fields of satellite communications provide high-quality lectures to students. Following the editions of 2016 and 2017, in 2018 SatNEx IV summer school will be organized by Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) from the University of Luxembourg. The event will be co-organized by SES.

The Satellite Communications Summer School is organised by the University of Malta in collaboration with Satellite Network of Experts (SatNEx IV) and will be held in University of Malta Valletta Campus, from 8 to 10 of May 2017.


The Satellite Communications Summer School 2017 addresses applications, methodological advances and basic theory of Satellite Communications. We plan to touch the current schemes that are implemented covering applications, the space and the ground segments, regulatory aspects, standardisation activities, as well as the current state-of-the-art and future tendencies. The School technical programme consists of 9 short courses as well as 3 keynotes from renowned international professors and industry experts. Most courses will include close-to-real implementation results.

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