Dan works as the digital marketing manager for a global court reporting agency outside Washington, D.C. and is the Co-Coordinator of the SGAC Web Team. His responsibilities with SGAC include leading the website redesign, coordinating the creation and design of new content across the website, preparing the organization for GDPR compliance, and leading the creation of a Data Management [...]
The Space Generation Congress (SGC) is SGAC’s annual meeting in support of the United Nations (UN) Programme on Space Applications. Top university students and young professionals with a passion for space will travel from all around the globe to attend three days of the 18th SGC. Up to 150 delegates will enjoy an inspiring and resourceful engagement with their peers at the congress, held in Washington, D.C., on 17 – 19 October, 2019 prior to the 70th International Astronautical Congress (IAC).
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Ghanim Alotaibi Ghanim works as an engineer in Kuwait University the college of science responsible about a CubeSat project, and he is the Middle East regional coordinator for the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC). In addition, he is an analogue astronaut performing fields rotation at the Mars Desert Research Station simulating missions to Mars among an international crew, and he [...]
SGAC election for a new Co-Chairperson in 2019 has been completed and we are pleased to welcome Arnau Pons (Spain) as the new Co-Chair of SGAC.
David Hurst David A. Hurst is an associate at the global law firm DLA Piper LLP (US). His practice is concentrated in the areas of structured finance, securitization, and public company representation. David represents underwriters, issuers, and collateral managers in a wide range of complex matters involving the securitization of traditional and non-traditional assets and related warehouse lending, with an [...]
SGAC is pleased to announce Ashwati Das and Adeene Denton as the winners of the National Academies Early Career Program for Space Science Week 2019.
VIENNA, 15 February 2019 (UN Information Service) – The United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) and the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) committed today to work jointly in supporting young people in line with the Secretary General’s ‘Youth 2030 strategy’, launched in September 2018. On 15 February, UNOOSA Director Simonetta Di Pippo and the SGAC Executive Director Clementine Decoopman signed a Memorandum of Understanding for this new partnership.
During the World Space Week, SGAC organized the SG[Colombia], the first SpaceGen event that took place in Medellin and was hosted by the International Congress of Space Science and Technology CICTA 2018, which was organized by the University of Antioquia and the Francisco Jose de Caldas Distrital University.
Following the success from 2017, SG[Greece] 2018 – Space Opportunities in Greece and ESA took place on Friday the 23rd of November at the Ceremony Hall of the National Technical University of Athens and was organized as part of the ESA and SGAC-supported European Space Talks initiative.