Continuing the amazing efforts SGAC members and events organizing teams have provided the network with, for August 2021, we are pleased to announce and congratulate: Laud Bentil - Member of the Month, August 2021!
Mr. Ángel Arcia Gil is the National Point of Contact of Space Generation Advisory Council for Panama, and created the Open-Course Intro to Space Engineering for students in Panama and Central America.
SGAC is proud to announce the following appointments to our team after the latest round of vacancy applications.
Space Generation Forum 2.0 (SGF 2.0) took place over the weekend of June 16th-17th 2018 in Vienna, Austria, in connection with UNISPACE+50. SGF 2.0 was held to celebrate the creation of the Space Generation Advisory Council and the first Space Generation Forum held at UNISPACE III in 1999 as well as to celebrate and support UNISPACE+50.
At SpaceOps 2018 in Marseille, France, (27 May - 1 June) SGAC organised the Students and Young Professionals (SYP) programme, of which the conference theme was ‘Inspiring Humankind’s Future’. The SYP activities have been planned collaboratively among SGAC, SpaceOps, and the French Space Agency (CNES), the host organisation of SpaceOps 2018.
If someone were to talk about outer space exploration—not to mention space law—in Serbia when I was beginning my space law research in 2011, this person would be welcomed with a great deal of disbelief and a demoralising reply, proposing to pursue his or her space career elsewhere, likely a more developed country.
The first SGAC/IAF Seminar took place in Montevideo, Uruguay, in the framework of the Global Space Applications Conference (GLAC 2018). The event was a complete success with the participation of over 80 students and young professionals from 14 countries.
Senior Shimhanda, the Regional Coordinator for the African Region, has passed the entrance examination of Japan’s Kyushu Institute of Technology (Kyutech) to enrol in the Space Engineering International Course (SEIC). SEIC was launched in April of 2013 for aspiring students and engineers with a passion for space or the desire to return skills and technology to their home country.
Our country, Lebanon, did not have dreams for several years and was under the shadows of corrupt geopolitics and environmental trauma. For several years, I believed in the myth of a third world country: that Lebanon would never rise to the wonders of the United Arab Emirates, United States, or Europe. I graduated high-school in 2017 and was made to start university in January 2018 at the American University of Beirut.