ESF

Working Groups

Working Group 1 Transforming space dreams into space realities - possibilities to different space careers Group members will discuss what key concepts should a student have in order to achieve a career in the space sector. What kind of knowledge and soft skills are required for working in different roles in this field? Given it’s massive interdisciplinarity, how can we

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What is My Role?

Delegate Information This page will give you useful information regarding the European Student Forum (ESF) in order to facilitate your planning, and to encourage your participation.  How do I secure my spot at ESF 2018? Step 1: Apply online through our website (you must log in to your SGAC account to apply). Step 2: SGAC will review your application for approval

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Venue & Travel Information

Venue The European Student Forum will take place at the: Budapest University of Technology and Economics in Budapest, Hungary. Venue: Building V2, Room Neumann (C213) Address: Egry J. u. 18., 1111 Budapest, Hungary Please note that the university has a huge campus. The ESF2018 will take place in Building V. The nearest public transport stop to the university is “Petőfi híd,

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Sponsors

New Space Consulting The New Space Consulting Kft. was established in 2017 with the purpose of colligating, helping and developing the regional and Hungarian space sector in particular. By doing so, NSC aims to conduct and organize space related projects in the most efficient way, as well as to coordinate the activity of the participants. The company is committed to

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How to Apply

Step 1: Apply online starting on the 24th of February until the 30th of March by filling this application form. Please prepare a short motivation letter (max 1500 characters) with your application. In your motivation letter, please address the following: How are you connected to the space sector? What have you done so far in this field? Why are you

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Organising Team

Dorottya Milankovich Event Manager Dorottya has a degree in physics from Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest. Currently, she coordinates the SpaceChemistry R&D Project at InnoStudio Zrt. She also participated in an international student rocket programme (REXUS Programme). Since 2014, she has been a board member of the Hungarian Astronautical Society (MANT) and Hungarian National Point of Contact at the Space

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ESF 2018 Home

The European Student Forum (ESF), aiming to gather students and young professionals who are working or would like to work in the space sector, is set to take place in Budapest, Hungary on the 14th of April, 2018. The one-day regional event will bring together Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral degree candidates and young professionals to build network, exchange experiences,

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