SpaceProf.xyz

Malcolm Macdonald

Glasgow based  

About SpaceProf

A Glasgow based space technology engineer, academic, and director working at the interface between academia, industry, & government.

Bringing Space Down to Earth

Media

Supporting science & engineering communication to make it more easily accessible. Read more.

Speaking

Committed to science communication, from outreach events to international conferences. Read more.

Innovation

Enabling & developing space-derived services through advancing a range of technologies, working at the interface between disciplines.

Consulting

Spanning basic research to applied engineering, commercialisation, roadmapping, & policy, in both multi-national & locally focused teams.

Nibbles in Space

A series of short podcasts, making space more accessible. A nibble is half a byte. A nibble is 4 bits of information, whether you listen to it as a podcast or if want a little more of a Nibble you can read it here.

Trailer

Blog

Most recent

The International Handbook of Space Technology

"for those who know that great thoughts reduced to practice become great acts"

A definitive modern text on space technology. With a foreword by Elon Musk, and contributions from globally leading agency experts from NASA, ESA, JAXA, and CNES, as well as European and North American academics and industrialists this comprehensive handbook provides an overview and a holistic understanding of the system-of-systems that is a modern spacecraft.

Résumé

Engineer, professor, & director

Some of what I'm currently doing

Professor

University of Strathclyde

Chair of Applied Space Technology.

Special Advisor on Innovation

Huli

Great adventure relies on good planning, Huli is the new standard in outdoor activity route planning.

Independent Non-Executive Director

Weather Stream

Providing precise, temporal and comprehensive weather data that improves safety, security and prosperity worldwide.

Contact

Say hello@SpaceProf.xyz

Contact Information
Where

Electronic & Electrical Engineering
Royal College Building
204 George St.
Glasgow G1 1XW

Twitter
@malcoluim