is leading the development of In-Orbit Services to shape the future of sustainable space operations.
We believe in reusability, we believe that affordability drives disruption, and we believe that no progress is real unless it is sustainable.
In 2019, ClearSpace was selected by the European Space Agency to lead the first mission to remove debris from Orbit by 2025. Today ClearSpace has assembled a robust industrial team and is building up the path toward sustainable Space operations.
In our Advisory board
Talented and proven engineers
Extended network of talented people
comes from agencies and leading space integrators and universities, bringing experience from a number space missions like Prisma, Avanti, TandemX, DeepSpace 2, Dawn, BepiColombo, EarthCARE, Exomars, MetOp-SG, IBDM (International Berthing and Docking Mechanism), OneWeb.
ETML/HIEG-VD/EPFL MSC engineer and Stanford GSB alumni. 18 years of international field experience in B2B & B2G
Caltech Alumni with 12 years on interplanetary missions at NASA JPL & 12 years at EPFL Space leading SwissCube & CleanSpace One Missions
Compliance & HR
Swiss Chartered Accountant, 32 years of business management, particularly audit, accounting & consulting
Seasoned executive in strategy, fundraising, operations and finance. Head of key business excellence initiatives (LEAN)
Vice President for Research at EPFL. Expert in various fields linked with Mechanical Metallurgy and it’s processing.
Space debris expert at CNES and Chairman of the Space Debris Committee at International Academy of Astronautics
General director of European Space Agency from 2003 to 2015, prior Executive Secretary at NASDA, now JAXA and Director of Launchers at ESA
Prof. Nicollier Claude
First Switzerland astronaut with European Space Agency and professor emeritus at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne