Ross has spent the last 15 years at the interface between research, management and knowledge exchange between academia and industry in the UK’s growing space sector. He is currently Head of the national SPRINT programme, based at the University of Leicester.

With technical domain expertise in spacecraft engineering and project management, Ross has worked on some of space science’s most innovative missions including Gaia, SMILE and WFIRST, and the UK Space Agency’s first sponsored cubesats; UKube-1 and AlSat-Nano.

Ross has many years’ experience managing technical space projects within multi-party teams of universities, industry and government and, previous to SPRINT, managed the Centre for Electronic Imaging (a collaboration between the Open University and high-tech space company, Teledyne e2v) and was an STFC Innovations and Partnerships Fellow.

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