SGAC has partnered with NASA SCaN to allow 2 students or young professionals who have expressed an interest in a career in space communication and navigation to attend the SGAC/AAS NextGen Event in association with the ISS R&D Conference 2018 hosted in San Francisco, California.
Application form for the SGAC/AAS NextGen Event 2018
Building on the success of the first Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) Space Cooperation and Diplomacy panel, we are delighted to announce our second panel focused on international cooperation on human exploration in Washington D.C at the George Washington University on May 8th, 2018. The first event in Space Cooperation and Diplomacy gathered over 50 students and young professionals for [...]
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Preparations have already begun for the 18th Space Generation Congress to be held in Washington, D.C., USA, in October 2019! SGAC is pleased to announce the SGC 2019 Logo Competition, to select the inspiration for the event logo which will be used in promotional material for SGC 2019. The logo competition is open to all SGAC members, with the winner being awarded free registration to the 17th Space Generation Congress in Bremen, Germany (27th - 29th September 2018).
In its seventh year, Space Tech Expo USA (22 - 24 May 2018) continues to grow in Pasadena! As America’s engineering meeting place for space & defense technology, the exhibition draws attendance of thousands of industry leaders, decision makers, engineers, specifiers and buyers to meet manufacturers and the supply chain for civil, military and commercial space. SGAC is partnering with Space Tech [...]
Description The Global Grants Programme facilitates the attendance of international delegates who bring unique and insightful firsthand perspectives to the Space Generation Fusion Forum. This is accomplished through awarding grants to selected applicants that will provide support to attend the 7th Space Generation Fusion Forum (15 - 16 April, 2018) and 34th Space Symposium (16 - 19 April, 2018) held [...]
Mitchell Scher currently works in Government Affairs at Planet Labs Inc. in San Francisco, CA. His work focuses primarily on space-facing ITAR, EAR, NOAA, and OFAC regulations and compliance. He is a graduate of Hamilton College with a degree in Chinese, and also completed the International Space University's Space Studies Program in Haifa, Israel in 2016. Mitchell has served as [...]