Member of the Month

SGAC membership has been steadily growing throughout the years. Among our membership there are many incredible young space enthusiasts who should be recognized for their hard work and contributions to SGAC. In December 2009, the SGAC Executive Council decided to acknowledge one member per month for his or her outstanding work and contributions to SGAC and its goals, and we continued this until today. 

Oscar Ivan Ojeda Ramirez

SGAC is proud to present the SGAC October 2015 Member of the Month: Oscar Ivan Ojeda Ramirez, SA-SGW LOC

Oscar is a student of mechanical engineering at the Universidad Nacional de Colombia. He has focused his career on the aerospace field, being one of the founders of GIDA-UN (Aerospace Research and Development Group). Currently he is the coordinator of the group, and mission chief/systems integration engineer for the Prometeo I mission. Recently, he co-organized the SGx:Colombia event, and was part of the ground team with the SA-SGW. 

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SGAC membership has been steadily growing throughout the years. Among our membership there are many incredible young space enthusiasts who should be recognized for their hard work and contributions to SGAC. In December 2009, the SGAC Executive Council decided to acknowledge one member per month for his or her outstanding work and contributions to SGAC and its goals, and we continued this until today. 

SGAC is proud to present the SGAC September 2015 Member of the Month: Daniel Brack, National Point of Contact for Israel

Daniel Brack

Daniel is an MSc student in Aerospace Engineering at the Technion in Haifa, his research focus is on satellite relative motion and orbital state estimation. Daniel is the NPoC for Israel (2014-2016), he has a BSc in Aerospace Engineering from the Technion and is an ISU SSP14 alumi. Daniel has a blog about his space related activities at http://dnl2space.blogspot.co.il/.

 

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SGAC membership has been steadily growing throughout the years. Among our membership there are many incredible young space enthusiasts who should be recognized for their hard work and contributions to SGAC. In December 2009, the SGAC Executive Council decided to acknowledge one member per month for his or her outstanding work and contributions to SGAC and its goals, and we continued this until today. 

SGAC is proud to present the SGAC August 2015 Member of the Month: Bruno Sarli, Regional Coordinator for South America 

Bruno Sarli

After graduating in aeronautics in Brazil and space engineering in Europe, Bruno moved to Japan where he has been working in astrodynamics for the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency.  During this time, he worked in different mission with the latest launched last year.

Bruno has been with SGAC since 2012 when he was elected NPoC Brazil. After his term, he took the role of Regional Coordinator in South America and together with the South American team organized the first South American Space Generation Congress held in Buenos Aires. 

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SGAC membership has been steadily growing throughout the years. Among our membership there are many incredible young space enthusiasts who should be recognized for their hard work and contributions to SGAC. In December 2009, the SGAC Executive Council decided to acknowledge one member per month for his or her outstanding work and contributions to SGAC and its goals, and we continued this until today. 

SGAC is proud to present the SGAC July 2015 Member of the Month: Klaus Kornfeld, Small Sattelites Project Group Co-lead

After having studied astronomy and astrophysics with a focus on planetary science and cosmology at the University of Vienna and Uppsala University, Klaus has worked at a technology startup, before he joined IBM as a Mobile Consultant. Last year he began to pursue an MBA. Klaus has been with SGAC since 2009 in different roles on the SGAC Team and Project Groups.

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SGAC membership has been steadily growing throughout the years. Among our membership there are many incredible young space enthusiasts who should be recognised for their hard work and contributions to SGAC. In December 2009, the SGAC Executive Council decided to acknowledge one member per month for his or her outstanding work and contributions to SGAC and its goals, and we continued this until today. 

SGAC is proud to present the SGAC June 2015 Members of the Month: Carmen Felix, Outgoing SGAC National Point of Contact for Mexico

For the last 4 years Carmen was the National Point of Contact for Mexico, representing SGAC in national events, strengthening the relationship between SGAC and the Mexican Space Agency and organizing SGAC conferences in different universities. During her time within SGAC, she has done several activities as coordinating scholarships and competitions like the IAASS-SGAC, and IAASS-Space Safety Magazine, as well as being part of the organizing team for SGC 2012. She is also member of the Space Safety and Sustainability group.

She holds a MSc. in Space Science from the International Space University in Strasbourg, France, and a BSc. In Electronics and Communications from ITESM in Mexico. 

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SGAC membership has been steadily growing throughout the years. Among our membership there are many incredible young space enthusiasts who should be recognised for their hard work and contributions to SGAC. In December 2009, the SGAC Executive Council decided to acknowledge one member per month for his or her outstanding work and contributions to SGAC and its goals, and we continued this until today. 

SGAC is proud to present the SGAC May 2015 Members of the Month: Sirisha Bandla, Space Generation Fusion Forum (SGFF) Manager

Sirisha Bandla

Sirisha Bandla serves as the Associate Director for the Commercial Spaceflight Federation, an industry association of commercial spaceflight companies. At CSF, Sirisha works on various policies with the aim to promote the commercial space industry and make commercial human spaceflight a reality. Before CSF, she worked as an aerospace engineer designing components for advanced aircraft at L-3 Communications. While at Purdue, Sirisha lead a team in the NASA-supported Reduced Gravity Student Flight Opportunities Program in which she flew onboard the ZERO-G aircraft and managed a group of engineers who designed, fabricated, and flew a microgravity science payload. She has a bachelor’s degree in aeronautical engineering from Purdue, and is pursuing a Masters of Administration at George Washington University.

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SGAC membership has been steadily growing throughout the years. Among our membership there are many incredible young space enthusiasts who should be recognised for their hard work and contributions to SGAC. In December 2009, the SGAC Executive Council decided to acknowledge one member per month for his or her outstanding work and contributions to SGAC and its goals, and we continued this until today.

Lauren Napier

SGAC is proud to present the SGAC April 2015 Members of the Month: Lauren Napier, member of the Space Law Project Group

Lauren Napier is a masters student of International Relations at Webster University in Vienna, Austria. She is currently working on her master thesis on suborbital flight regulations. She is an active member of the SGAC Space Law and Policy Project Group, a contributing writer for Space Safety Magazine and a volunteer for the World Space Week Association. Lauren has attended various United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space sessions for SGAC and has published works on interplanetary contamination, Analog Planetary Research, and suborbital flight regulation.

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SGAC membership has been steadily growing throughout the years. Among our membership there are many incredible young space enthusiasts who should be recognised for their hard work and contributions to SGAC. In December 2009, the SGAC Executive Council decided to acknowledge one member per month for his or her outstanding work and contributions to SGAC and its goals, and we continued this until today.

SGAC is proud to present the SGAC March 2015 Members of the Month: Norah Patten

Dr. Norah Patten is an Adjunct Faculty Member and Co-Chair of the Space Humanities Department at the International Space University's Space Studies Programme.
Dr. Patten works as the Communications and Outreach Manager with the Irish Centre for Composites Research (IComp) where she was recently the project manager on a successful ESA proposal worth €240k for a new materials research project.
Dr. Patten co-ordinated ‘The Only Way is Up’ initiative at IComp in which, through an agreement with NanoRacks, the first experiment designed by Irish secondary school students was sent to the International Space Station in July 2014. Norah has participated in several space related courses; interned at the Boeing Company in Seattle Washington USA and Bell Labs Alcatel Lucent; has featured on national television and other media; and is a regular speaker at public events. She is a Space Generation Advisory Council national contact point in Ireland and is a regular contributor to the Astronomy Ireland magazine.

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