EPIC Workshop 2018

2018 EPIC WORKSHOP for Electric Propulsion Technologies


The EPIC PSA is pleased to announce that the EPIC workshop 2018 on the Space Electric Propulsion SRC H2020 activities will be held in Westminster, in the historic heart the UK Capital, London, during 15-17 October 2017. This year’s event, following last year’s successful Workshop hosted by CDTI un Madrid, will be organised by the UK Space Agency on behalf of the EPIC PSA.



The workshop will be held on 15-17 October 2018 in London, at the Westminster Conference Centre, 1 Victoria Street London SW1H 0ET


The EPIC 2018 Workshop Programme is available now to view online or download.

The Workshop, now in its third year, will deliver critical updates to the status of the Electric Propulsion SRC, updates from the PSA project, and important announcements from REA and the European Commission about funding.

The programme is filled with high quality talks from across the community, while last year’s roundtable sessions will return in the form of two panel discussions. The first panel discussion focuses on Electric Propulsion systems for small spacecraft and satellites, while the second looks at qualification strategies for EP systems. Lastly, we are excited to announce that we will receive a keynote talk from Alan Bond, formerly of Reaction Engines and one of the godfathers of space propulsion technologies in the UK.


Registration is now OPEN and, as always, is free. To register, simply visit our Event page, and fill in the forms.


For information relating to the London transport network, moving around the city, and hotels close to the Westminster Conference Centre, please download our EPIC Visitor Information Pack.


  • General registration opens: 13th August 2018
  • General registration closes: 30th Sept 2018
  • Final programme publication: 30th Sept
  • Deadline for submission of speaker’s presentation material: 8th Oct
  • Workshop dates: 15-17th Oct

We look forward to welcoming you in London for what will undoubtedly be a informative and exciting event!

Contact Us

Should you have any questions related to the event, please contact daniel.jones@ukspaceagency.gov.uk.