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28th APRSAF Space Education for All Working Group - Higher Education

9:00 am- Noon, Nov 16, 2022
Hanoi, Vietnam
Presentation TitlePresenterAffiliationCountry/Region
Opening remarks of the Day 2 (Review of the Day 1)Le Xuan HuyVietnam National Space centerVietnam
Higher Education with small satellites R&D projectsLe Xuan HuyVietnam National Space centerVietnam
ASEAN Multination Collaboration Project: Crafting Indigenous Space Program in MalaysiaNorilmi Ismail AzharThe MARA University of TechnologyMalaysia
An Effective Hands-On Training Framework Under the Theos-2 Small Satellite KHTT Program By Developing a Satellite Qualification ModelParipat PairatGeo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency(GISTDA)Thailand
The Auckland Programme for Space Systems:A Student Enrichment Programme,Nicholas James RattenburyThe University of AucklandNew Zealand
Opportunities under the United Nations Access to Space for All Initiative,Hazuki MoriUNOOSA
International and Domestic Space related programs in the Mongolian Higher EducationErdenebaatar DashdondoErdenebaatar DashdondoMongolia
The Asia-Pacific CubeSat Initiative: Promoting Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Higher EducationHui-Hui ChouNational Central UniversityTaiwan
CubeSat as a Platform for Space Engineering Education and Nanosatellite R&D Collaboration with Philippine UniversitiesAdrian SalcesPhilippine Space AgencyPhilippines
PHL-50: Building the Future of University-based Microsatellites in the PhilippinesFloyd FortesPhilippine Space AgencyPhilippines
Promotion of Space Research and Education Collaboration for Societal Benefit.Shielo Namuco MutaPhilippine Space AgencyPhilippines
Closing remarksCHO MenguUNISEC & Kyushu Institute of TechnologyJapan

Call for Abstract

UNISEC-Global would like to invite contributions to the 28th Asia-Pacific Regional Space Agency Forum "Space Education for All" Working Group for Higher Education.

The "Space Education for All" Working Group (SE4A WG) is aiming to:

  1. cultivate the ability of all people to see things from a global perspective, which helps to challenge and solve the urgent problems that our planet faces,
  2. think ways of utilizing the knowledge and technology gained through space research, and share recent developments and practices of space education,
  3. foster a sense of adventure and creativity of all learners,
  4. share and assess space education policies
  5. build momentum for space education worldwide, and
  6. improve current practices of space education.

We would like to invite paper proposals.
Theme: Higher Education powered by Nano/Micro satellite development

  • Educational effect of University Satellite projects
  • Government/Agency projects, initiatives, and policy to foster higher space education with nano/micro satellites
  • Best-practices for delivering high-quality higher space education powered by nano/micro satellites
  • Future plan for higher education powered by nano/micro satellites

Please send an abstract of 150-200 words to: space.edu(at)unisec-global.org
and register at APRSAF website by no later than October 15, 2022, 17:00 (JST) .

Note: The speakers (online and onsite) will be responsible for registering through the website(https://www.aprsaf.org/annual_meetings/aprsaf28/registration.php), paying their registration fee, hotel, and travel expenses. Any inquiries about the call for speakers should be submitted to: ap_se4awg_edu(at)ml.jaxa.jp

Please note: selection slots are limited. Presentations will be selected based on the quality of the abstract and alignment with scope defined above.

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