The Space Generation Congress (SGC) is the annual meeting of the Space Generation Advisory Council held in conjunction with the International Astronautical Congress. Participants are top university students and young professionals with a passion for space who are selected from among applicants from our Space Generation international network.
With SGC, SGAC aims to hone and promote the voice of the next generation of space sector leaders on the topic of international space development. SGC is proudly endorsed by the United Nations Office of Outer Space Affairs.
More information about the event: https://spacegeneration.org/sgc2018
The SGC 2018 team was nominated by Florian Ruhhammer; SGC 2018 Manager
“The 17th Space Generation Congress organizing team overachieved by far all the challenges they faced during the past year to raise the bar of the SGC2018. Each of them showed outstanding dedication to their specific roles and leadership qualities by not only reacting to their given tasks but also anticipating required actions whenever needed. Throughout the whole year and in particular during the congress itself the whole team showed a high level of professionalism in running the congress which was very well noted by all participants. ”
Check out the organising team! https://spacegeneration.org/sgc2018/team
From the SGAC Executive Director, Clémentine:
“The Space Generation Congress 2018 Organising Team has done a fantastic job in making our flagship event a success. The 17th SGC was the most successful to date in terms of number of attendees, national diversity of attendees, scholarships given, caliber of speakers, and overall conference professionalism. This event is the culmination of the hard work of an amazing team; a team which has been working tirelessly on this event for over a year. A particular mention to Florian and Chris, the event Manager and Deputy Manager, for their outstanding leadership. With more than 150 delegates from 45 different countries, the SGC2018 was a great success and we are confident that next year’s conference will continue on the strong trend that they have set in 2018.”