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 [...]
The first annual EMER-GEN™ is a joint initiative of the AMOS Conference and SGAC. The program is designed especially for young professionals and students (35 and under) enthusiastic about careers in space. With the help of advisors from industry, government, academia and NGOs, we created a two-day experience that offers Mentoring with renowned space specialists from the public sector (military and civil), private sector, and nongovernmental [...]
SGAC is proud to announce the following appointments to our team after the latest round of vacancy applications.
SGAC has a newly selected Advisory Board (AB) for 2018-2019. All the members of the board will serve for a 1 year term as per SGAC By-Laws and may be renewed.
SGAC and the French Space Agency, CNES are proud to announce that twelve outstanding SGAC members will be sponsored to attend the 69th International Astronautical Congress in Bremen, Germany from 01 – 05 October 2018 . The CNES will provide scholarships up to 750€ to all recipients.
SGAC and the French Space Agency, CNES are proud to announce that three outstanding SGAC members will be supported to attend the 17th Space Generation Congress (SGC) (27 – 29 September 2018) and 69th International Astronautical Congress (IAC) in Bremen, Germany 01 – 05 October 2018). The CNES will provide scholarships up to 1000€ to all recipients.
SGAC is proud to announce Alex Linossier as the winner of the second Australian Space Generation Innovators Award. This award provides support for young, enthusiastic Australian space innovators to attend both the 17th Space Generation Congress and the 69th International Astronautical Congress in Bremen, Germany.
On 11 May, SGAC Chair Alexander Gibson tendered his resignation to the Executive Committee, to be effective 4 July 2018, due to a highly unexpected and substantial increase in his professional work which would interfere with his availability to effectively lead the organization. After receiving notice of this resignation, the Executive Committee (EC) conducted extensive discussions, followed by a voting [...]
The Space Generation Advisory Council is looking for an active young space leader from the Middle East region to become the next Regional Coordinator (RC) for this Region. This two-year role is a volunteer position that offers a chance to lead and be responsible for the voice of the next generation of young space leaders in Middle East, especially as activities and excitement in the region has expanded over the past years in the space sector, and at SGAC.