CHANGING THE ON-BOARD ELECTRIC PROPULSION MARKET.
1834, introduced by English phycisist and chemist Michael Faraday (suggested by the Rev. William Whewell, English polymath), coined from the greek "ion", neuter present participle of ienai, "go," from the root "to go", so called because ions move toward the electrode of opposite charge.Douglas Harper Etymology Dictionary
ienai SPACE was founded with a mission to change the way the on-board electric propulsion market operates. We believe that clients should not be forced to build their spacecraft around a small number of available propulsion products, but that these systems should adapt to the constraints and requirements of each individual mission.
Our goal is to remove entry barriers for the adoption of electric propulsion technologies in the smallest of satellites, providing platform manufacturers and integrators with the tools necessary to understand their propulsion requirements, and the best possible hardware to address them.
Our Rockstar Team
Who said that space should be boring?
The founding team are doctoral graduates from the Electric Propulsion and Plasmas group at UC3M and were first recognized for their groundbreaking contribution at the 2017 35th International Electric Propulsion Conference. Since then, the team has grown to carry out the vision of concurrent design for propulsive missions and systems and the drive to bring a revolutionary new product to the space market.
If you'd like to join our team and go to higher orbits, email us at: email@example.com
Dr. Daniel Perez Grande
CEO & Co-founder, spent his entire career trying to build the largest rockets possible. Tough luck.
Dr. Sara Correyero Plaza
COO & Co-founder, aspiring singer, vows to retire when one of her songs becomes a satellite handshake.
CTO & Co-founder, half man, half engineer, half robot. 87% Dutch.
Dr. Javier Cruz Pérez
Microfabrication Lead, studied forestry engineering, ended up making very tiny hills and rivers.
CFO & Business Developer, turned a bunch of geeks into respectable businessmen.
Borja de Saavedra García del Río
Industrial PhD in Space Propulsion, A.K.A. big foot.
Francisco José Blazquez Plaza
Telecommunications Engineer, always first to warn about Alien invasions.
Mission Analyst & Software Developer, from Mexico to the Moon and beyond.
David Villegas Prados
Industrial PhD in Space Propulsion, best DJ this side of the asteroid belt.
Giuseppe Di Pasquale
Industrial PhD in Mission Optimization, has croquetas-shaped blood cells.
Gema Arboleya Martínez
Project Engineer, would take a Rocket to NY for some quick shopping.
Raúl Ramos Tomás
Industrial PhD in Nanofabrication in collaboration with CNM-CSIC, should have grown up in the 80s.
Want to be our next candidate? Shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org