SGAC France

National Points of Contact
France
Emmanuelle David Lucie Poulet
Emmanuelle David
Dec 2014-Dec 2016
Lucie Poulet
Mar 2014-Mar 2016
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Welcome to the French page for the Space Generation Advisory Council!

France is a major player in institutional and industrial space activities at the European and international level since the early space age. It is one of the key actors for the future of European space activities with its contribution to the European Space Agency and the top commercial launch provider of satellites with the Guyana Space Center. Space industries in France are located all around the country, with two major centers in Paris and Toulouse. The French space sectors thus offers many opportunities for students and young professionals that SGAC brings to them, as well as enabling build your international space network, offer you leadership opportunities, and give you a voice: at the United Nations, at space agencies, at academic institutions, and in industry. We hope you join us!

 

Young Space Activities in France

France offers plenty of opportunities for the next generation. The two main area for space industry in France are Toulouse and the Paris Area. Both regions have high level universities, a space museum (cité de l'espace) and hosts alternatively international conference (Toulouse Space Show and the Paris Air Show). The Paris area regroups main industry in the sector of space transportation and Toulouse regroups mainly orbital systems.

There are also plenty of opportunities for student, to grow their knowledge by participating for example to the PERSEUS (Projet Etudiant de Recherche Spatiale) Program from CNES or attend the Ariane City Network Summer School. Check out the event for 2015!

In addition, as France is a member state of the European Space Agency, any French student is entitled to participate to any program organised at ESA and as well to attend any program from any EU member state country.

 

Country-Specific Events in 2015

Main events

Other

  • ECSL Practitioners' Forum 2015, ESA HQ, Paris (27 March). "Space Governance in Europe: ESA's Role and EU Regulation of Space Activities".

  • ISU Executive Space Course Strasbourg, France (20-24 April).

  • C’Space 2015 (18-25 July) Tarbes, France

  • Les mardis de l’espace, Third Tuesday of each month. Café du Pont-Neuf, Paris, France

  • CCT - Short one or two days seminars on a space-related topic- year-long - in Toulouse - Free participation

  • La Cinémathèque de Toulouse, proposes an association between cinema and space with movies and documentaries on diverse topics the whole year long.

Courses

  • TTVS (Technique/Technologies et Véhicules Spatiaux) - 2-week technical class on orbital spacecraft - in Toulouse - Language of class: French

  • Universpace - 15-day technical and high-level strategic course with industry visits and special guests (29/06 - 10/07) - in Toulouse - Language of class: French but slides in English

 

Interesting Web Links for the Young Generation in France

Groups, People, Institutions

Job Offer

Main companies

Studies

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