I took part in the 65th International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Toronto at the end of September.
I presented a poster (unfortunately I was given a poster presentation even though I'd applied for an oral one) that shows how one should consider collision risk when deciding about which Active Debris Removal (ADR) architecture to implement.
I was lucky enough to attend the IAC as one of several students sponsored by the European Space Agency's Education Office. This was a great opportunity to network with ESA staff, including the Director General, and other students from across Europe and other agencies participating in the International Space Education Board (ISEB). It was a great experience and I'm thankful to those choosing me. I'd definitely recommend to try and attend future IACs under ESA funding.