AP-SGW 2018

Singapore , Singapore

African Space Generation Workshop 2018

Rajiv Gandhi Science Center Rajiv Gandhi Science Center, Old Moka Road, Bell Village, Mauritius

Following from the success of the first African Space Generation Workshop (AF-SGW) in Nigeria last year, Mauritius will be hosting the 2nd edition of the African Space Generation Workshop series. The two-day regional workshop is set to take place in Port Louis, Mauritius on the 17th and 18th December 2018. The workshop will bring together students, young professionals and [...]

CA-SGW 2019

Federated College of Engineers and Architects , Costa Rica

Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) in a partnership with the Central American Association for Aeronautics and Space (ACAE) is proud to announce the first regional event in San Jose, Costa Rica. [Applications are now open. Apply Now]

E-SGW 2019

Imperial College London Sir Alexander Fleming Building, Imperial College Rd, London, United Kingdom

Following Budapest , Paris, and Bucharest the 4th edition of the European Space Generation Workshop, gathering young professionals and students working in the space sector, is set to take place in London, United Kingdom on May 31st and June 1st 2019. The two-day regional event will bring together Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral degree candidates, young professionals, experts, academia, space [...]

AF-SGW – 2019

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia , Ethiopia

In doing so, these young, passionate minds can help to shape the future of the African space industry. The event date for the AF-SGW 2019 is 30 Nov 2019 (Saturday) and 1 Dec 2019 (Sunday), the two days immediately preceding the African Space Leadership Congress 2019, also to be held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, from 2 – 4 Dec 2019.

6th European Space Generation Workshop

The Cyprus University of Technology

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.

6th African Space Generation Workshop

Rabat, Marocco

The 6th African Space Generation Workshop (AF-SGW) is a two-day regional workshop, which brings together students, young professionals, industry experts, and government stakeholders from across the African continent. It provides an unparalleled opportunity for the future leaders of Africa’s space sector to proactively establish strong relationships, exchange ideas and knowledge, and collaborate on novel ways in which space technology can be utilised for the benefit of Africa. The 6th AF-SGWl will take place on the 25th and 26th November 2022, in Rabat, Morocco. The theme for this workshop is ‘#Space4Africa for a more prosperous continent’ and participants will be divided into working groups (WGs), each focusing on a specific sub-theme broadly covering Space Education & Outreach, Space Law & Policy, Space Business, Space Systems & Technology, Space Life Sciences & Applications, AI, Big Data and Quantum Technology in GIS.

South America Space Generation Workshop 2023

Universidad de America, Bogotà Colombia , Colombia

The 8th SA-SGW is a two day event made in partnership with Cydonia Foundation and Universidad de América, where students, young professionals, industry leaders and anyone interested in space exploration from the region and all over the world will have the opportunity to discuss and propose solutions to use space technology for the benefit of the region. Workshop will bring 100+ students and young professionals from South America to discuss Space Related topics.

4th NCAC Space Generation Workshop 2023

Colegio Federado de Ingenieros y de Arquitectos de Costa Rica , Costa Rica

The 4th North, Central America and Caribbean – Space Generation Workshop (4th NCAC-SGW) will reunite up to 150 students and young professionals from all over the NCAC Region and beyond. Delegates will have the chance to participate in main nowadays Space Industry discussions. The theme of the 4th NCAC-SGW is: “Space Lessons Learned: Youth Innovation Today, and International Cooperation for an Improved Tomorrow”, addressing topics related to Space Law, Science Diplomacy and International Cooperation, Space for the Sustainable Development Goals, Space Commerce, Mission Development, Telemetry and more. As a result, a final report will be handed over to the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) including the outstanding results of the discussions.