Views on the 4th European Space Generation Workshop. Ana and Eleonora have been respectively the co-event manager and the programme team member of the 4th European Space Generation Workshop (E-SGW), and the very first reason why they should thank SGAC for organising this kind of event is the community it is shaping. We already e-met a couple of times, but this was the very first time the two of them had the chance of working together and getting to know each other better.
“Pursue your dreams with earnestness, responsibility, and willpower” – An interview with Avid Roman-Gonzalez
Avid Roman-Gonzalez is an electronic engineer, he holds a PhD in Signal and Image Processing from TELECOM ParisTech in France, and he is the former SGAC Regional Coordinator of South America.
The Malaysia Space Initiative (MiSI) welcomes the merger between two space-related entities in Malaysia, the National Space Agency (ANGKASA) and the Malaysian Remote Sensing Agency (MRSA), to form one combined space entity known as the Malaysia Space Agency (MYSA).
Since SGAC’s founding in 1999, more than 15,000 individuals have registered on the SGAC website, many of them contributing to what SGAC has become today. Over time, many of those members aged out of the organization, owing to the 35 year age limit, creating a dilemma for SGAC: on one hand we want to include everyone and benefit from their expertise, but the SGAC bylaws at the time restricted us to those under the age of 35
She has been the executive director (ED) of the Space Generation Advisory Council for the past two and a half years. Time for a talk with Clémentine Decoopman about her journey, experiences and live at SGAC Headquarters.