The European Space Generation Workshop (E-SGW) is an international event that aims to bring together students and young professionals to think and collectively create Europe’s future in space.
The 7th edition of the European Space Generation Workshop (E-SGW) will be held in person on the 28th and 29th April 2023 at the Polytechnic University of Bari, in the Apulia Region.
The overarching event theme chosen for the 7th E-SGW is “Making sustainability the cornerstone for European space innovation and policy coordination”. As space innovation evolves exponentially, support towards sustainability claims is certainly justified. That is not only for the purpose of ensuring that safe and viable methods of space exploration and exploitation are developed in order to protect both earthly and space environments (“sustainability in space”), but also to ensure that space exploration supports society on Earth and enhances its development (“sustainability from space”).
During the two-day workshop, 100 students and young professionals (18-35 years of age) from all over Europe will be divided into 5 Working Groups discussing a wide range of topics, from space tourism and private investments, to the use of the latest downstream applications and human adaptation to space. The results of these working groups will have the opportunity to be presented at the annual meeting of UN COPUOS, or as articles or business innovations. You can learn more about Regional SGAC Events by following this link.
Attending this E-SGW will give delegates the opportunity to exchange ideas with other young, brilliant minds, to aspire and be inspired as well as to network and engage in resourceful discussions with international and prominent speakers representing industry, international organizations and academia.
Applications are now closed, but you can stay up-to-date with event-related news by joining us on Facebook and Twitter using #ESGW2023 @sgac.
(Photo from the 6th E-SGW 2022 in Limassol, Cyprus)
The event is open to students and young professionals (18-35 years of age) from all over Europe who are passionate about space and willing to collaborate with others. The E-SGW aims to bring together SGAC community members from across the European region to share their experiences and to learn from each other, as well as from international space experts. The selection of delegates will be based on their application form, taking into account criteria such as motivation, delegate contribution to space activities, background, and gender equality. Once applicants have been selected, there will be a separate registration process through Eventbrite. This registration is necessary for participants to secure their spot and pay for their E-SGW ticket.
Applications to attend the E-SGW 2023 are now closed. For details of the next steps, see the E-SGW Applications page.
Applications for scholarships are now closed. Thank you to all who applied!