The Space4Earth Hackathon will provide a platform for SGAC members to innovate and solve UN-SDGs based challenges in interprofessional and multidisciplinary groups. Join us in Washington DC, Sunday 20 October 2019, just before IAC!
Are you interested to know more about the communications and navigation challenges of travelling to other planets? Join us for the 2019 Space Exploration Workshop in Washington, D.C.
SGAC is proud to announce the winners of the South American Space Leader Award 2019 who will be sponsored to attend the 5th SA-SGW 2019 event to be held in La Paz, Bolivia.
SGAC is pleased to announce Alexander Gilbert (USA) as the winner of the SSS Essay Competition 2019. Organized with the support of the European Southern Observatory (ESO), the SGAC Space Safety and Sustainability (SSS) Project Group invited participants aged 18 to 35 from around the world to take part in this essay competition. The competition provided entrants with the opportunity to introduce new ideas on the topic of how humankind could expand into outer space and most importantly, in a safe and sustainable way.
SGAC is pleased to announce Alec Meade and Brittany Carr as the winners of the NASA ScaN scholarship 2019. The scholarship enables one outstanding SGAC member to attend the 18th Space Generation Congress to be held from the 17th-19th October 2019 in Washington D.C., United States.
SGAC is proud to announce that five ASI/SGAC grant winners. These grants are part of the Higher Education programmes undertaken by the Italian Space Agency (ASI), in the framework of the Memorandum of Understanding between ASI and SGAC, regarding the promotion of joint activities for students and young professionals in the space sector and concerning research topics of interest to the Agency.
SGAC and the United Arab Emirates Space Agency (UAESA) are proud to announce that five outstanding SGAC members form United Arab Emirates (UAE) will be sponsored to attend the 18th Space Generation Congress (SGC) from the 17– 19 October 2019 and the 70th International Astronautical Congress in Washington DC, United States from the 21 – 25 October 2019.
SGAC and the Entrepreneurship and Investment Committee (EIC) of the International Astronautical Federation (IAF) are pleased to announce Mehdi Scoubeau as the winner of the joint $pace is Business Competition 2019. The scholarship enables this outstanding SGAC member to attend the 18th Space Generation Congress and the 70th International Astronautical Congress in Washington D.C., United States.
SGAC is pleased to announce Manfred Ehresmann as the winner of the Move an Asteroid Competition 2019. The competition challenged students and young professionals worldwide to develop original ideas relating to Near-Earth Objects. The scholarship enables one outstanding SGAC member to attend the 18th Space Generation Congress and the 70th International Astronautical Congress in Washington D.C., United States.
SGAC in cooperation with OHB are pleased to announce Matej Poliaček and Stefan Panajotović as the winners of the 2019 SGAC - OHB SE Competition. This competition sought innovative ideas on technologies, missions, methods, policies and/or legal frameworks that will help humanity to fight against climate change using space technology.