The SGAC Space Medicine and Life Science Project Group is organizing an essay competition to bring 1 student to attend the Conference on Human Analogue Space Missions (CHASM) organized by Mars Society UK and taking place at the University of Cambridge, UK on April 2-3, 2022.
Are you trying to get your space startup off the ground? The Luxembourg Space Agency (LSA) and SGAC are joining forces to offer students and young professionals the opportunity to attend and pitch their startup at the NewSpace Europe 2021 conference in Luxembourg!
Dabble in design? Have a little artistic flair? Looking to get your creative juices flowing? Then the SGC 2022 Logo Competition is for you! Preparations for the 20th Space Generation Congress to be held in Paris in September 2022 are already underway and this means one thing - we need your creative input! We are looking for a logo that will characterize SGC 2022 and be used on our promotional materials. This is your chance to design it!
The Space Medicine and Life Sciences (SMLS) and Space Safety and Sustainability (SSS) project groups of the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC), alongside the University College London (UCL) Institute for Risk and Disaster Reduction (IRDR) Space Health Risks Research Group, are launching a short answer competition to recruit members to work alongside their research team.
SGAC is pleased to announce Simon Shuham as the winner of the 2021 $pace is Business ($iB) Competition! This competition, developed in collaboration with the Entrepreneurship and Investment Committee (EIC) of the International Astronautical Federation (IAF), offered students and young professionals the opportunity to share their views and analysis on the past, present and future of entrepreneurship and investment within the space sector.
On 3 June at 15:00 CEST, the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) and SGAC will host a special webinar to announce the winners of the Space4Youth competition, in which young people from all over the world were asked for ideas on space as a tool to foster climate mitigation and adaptation.
The 2021 International Space Solar Power Student Competition is a global, undergraduate and graduate level annual event presented by SPACE Canada, in partnership with the International Astronautical Federation (IAF) Power Committee, National Space Society (NSS), and the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC), is in its fifth year.
After the success of the first two editions, SGAC is beginning the preparations for the Italian Space Startup Competition (ISSC) 2021, to be held in Milan next 20-21 November 2021. In preparation, SGAC is seeking qualified volunteers interested in joining the ISSC 2021 Organising Team.
Organized by UNIVERSITAT POLITÈCNICA DE CATALUNYA (UPC) BarcelonaTECH, with Aeroclub Barcelona-Sabadell and the Space Generation Advisory Council, this competition gives you the chance to win a free Aerobatic ZeroG Flight for your Experiment, along with a 2.500 euros Grant for your microgravity research Team (travel to Barcelona + stay expenses).
The Italian Space Startup Competition (ISSC) is a startup competition whose area of interest is space in all its facets. During the two days of the event, participants will have the opportunity to interact with experts from the space field and to work in teams, so to discuss their ideas and shape them into business cases. The participants will benefit from the support of mentors, whose backgrounds and expertise are diverse and covering different areas of the space sector.