SGAC Japan

National Points of Contact
Japan
Kenta Watanabe
May 2016-May 2018
Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.
SGAC-Japan 

Japan has its own space agency (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, JAXA) and has been taking an important role in space activities. Furthermore, many new space ventures and efforts as a private sector are started showing up in Japan. Space activities among the young people are of course vigorous and passionate, including the SGAC activities in Japan.  

 

Overview of Activities

In Japan, We have met a lot of space colleagues in the world through SGAC activities, SGC, and other aerospace events. We hope to develop more real business relationships with them. And we are now focusing on communicating well with each SGAC Japan members, keeping in touch with the participants of the past SGCs and spreading the word about the great experiences in SGAC to the space enthusiasts in Japan.


Visions of SGAC Japan:
1.    To communicate well with each SGAC Japan member.
2.    To keep in touch with the participants of the past SGCs.
3.    To spread the word about the great experiences in SGAC to the space enthusiasts in Japan.
4.    To encourage more members from Japan to participate in SGC.
5.    To warmly welcome SGAC members who visit Japan.


SGAC Japan members network is accessible via the SGAC Japan mailing list group and if you are interested in, please contact NPoC Japan, Kenta Watanabe (Cette adresse e-mail est protégée contre les robots spammeurs. Vous devez activer le JavaScript pour la visualiser.)

Let’s challenge ourselves together to open up a new access to space with passion, creativity, and strong will!

Country-Specific Events in 2018

Feb 28th - Space Job Hunting - A job hunting event for students who want to work in the space industry - Tokyo

Feb 28th - Mar 3rdY-ISEF and I-ISEF - The Cabinet Office, MEXT, METI and Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) will hold the side events for young professionals to the 2nd International Space Exploration Forum (ISEF2) - Tokyo

Mar 3rd - The 2nd International Space Exploration Forum (ISEF2) - a meeting for dialogue among ministers and other high-level government representatives targeted at promoting international collaboration in space exploration.

TBD - Round Talk Event - Talking session among SGAC members and potential candidates for SGC and AP-SGW 2018

Country-Specific Events in 2017

AP-SGW (2014) in Keio University, Yokohama 

SGAC Japan members at SGAC 2014

SGAC Round Table Talk Event 2016

SGAC Japanese members at AP-SGW 2016 in Philippines 

January 15 - Round Table Talk Event – Talking session among SGAC members and candidates for SGC and AP-SGW - Tokyo
February 16 - Space Job Hunting – Job hunting event for students who want to work in the space industry – Tokyo
November 12 to October 5 – Tanegashima Space Arts Festival – Held in Tanegashima, rocket launch place, and it attracts many people – Kagoshima

December 10th - SGC/AP-SGW briefing event - Talking session among SGAC members about SGC and AP-SGW - Tokyo

Interesting Web Links for the Young Generation in Japan

Non-Profit Organization (NPO)
•    University Space Engineering Consortium (UNISEC)
•    Manned Rocket Project (MRP)
•    Hokkaido Aerospace Science and Technology Incubation Center (HASTEC)
•    Kansai Space initiative (KASPI)
•    Space Travel Japan
•    Japan Space Elevator Association
•    Space Job Hunting

Technical Research Units
•    Spaceland Japan
•    Next Generation Space System Reliability

Local Units
•    Advanced Manufacturing Association of Tokyo Enterprises for Resolution of Aviation System (AMATERAS)
•    SOALA HIGASHI OSAKA
•    Wing Win OKAYAMA

Space Media
•    TELSTAR
•    SpaceRef
•    Sorae.jp
•    Space Library

SGAC-Japan    

Round Talk Event (SGAC introduction and group discussion)

 

 

SGAC-Japan    
SGAC Japanese members at AP-SGW 2017 in India    
SGAC-Japan    
One SGAC Japan member joined SGC 2017 in Australia    

 

Normal 0 21 false false false DE-AT X-NONE X-NONE

Hiroshi Yamashita


© 2006-2018   Space Generation Advisory Council  |  info@spacegeneration.org