About Us

The Australian Centre for Space Engineering Research

The Australian Centre for Space Engineering Research (ACSER) was launched at the University of New South Wales on the 22nd November 2010 by former astronaut Dr. Jan Davis. ACSER aims to provide national leadership for Australian space engineering research by fostering collaborations between researchers, industry and government and to nurture links between our national and international partners to achieve Australia's space ambitions. ACSER's purpose is to develop space capabilities relevant to Australia's needs through research, innovation and education.

ACSER regularly organises forums, workshops and seminars on a range of space-related topics of interest for the wider space community. These events help bring everyone who is working on similar space related research and activity together to encourage future collaborations and strengthen Australia's place in space.

For more information about ACSER including all its current research projects, news, upcoming and past events please visit the ACSER website.