Calum Hervieu is a dedicated physicist, engineer and public speaker. He has a passion for STEM outreach and all things space related.
Calum graduated with a First Class Master's in Astrophysics from the University of Edinburgh in 2016. In 2017, after gratefully receiving a full scholarship, he completed a second Master's degree in 'Space Exploration and Development Systems (SEEDS)' at the Politecnico di Torino, supported by the European Space Agency.
In 2018, while working as a trainee at ESA's European Astronaut Centre, Calum was selected by NASA researchers to partake in HI-SEAS (the Hawai'I Space Exploration and Analog Simulation); a simulated Mars mission in Hawai'i.
Now, he is working as a Spacecraft Operations Engineer at Planetary Transport Systems (formerly PTScientists); a New Space company that aims to be the first private European company to land a spacecraft onthe Moon.
Calum's technical interests lie in astrophysics, space systems, spacecraft operations, mission architecture analysis, & human spaceflight.
He has experience working across the world in large multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural projects across the world in the remit of lunar exploration and human spaceflight analogs.