SSEL (Space Science and Engineering Lab) is an engineering and science working group founded with a twofold objective.
On the one hand, to participate in engineering developments in the space domain, with a special focus on electronics, SW and FPGA. On the other hand, to provide a solid partner for possible participation in mission science segment and ground instrumentation.
To do so, SSEL benefits from the condition of being both a public institution that can both join engineering and science consortia and response call from international and national level calls, and also a team with large industry experience.
Currently, there are 5 engineers and 3 scientist with SSEL. As a team, SSEL is member of two international consortia of ESA missions with engineering and science participation: the Euclid Mission and the CORE Mission.