HADY MILANI, Space Advocate, SubOrbital Scientist Astronaut
Hady is a space engineer that took part in numerous space related projects collaborating also with German Space Agency (DLR), NASA, European Space Agency and Russian Academy of Cosmonautics.
He has been selected as a suborbital scientist astronaut for a joint research program on the upper mesosphere. Hady has been honoured with several awards including being recognized as the best young researcher by the European Space Agency (ESA).
Since 2015 he has been following the growth of the New Space Economy in Europe being directly involved with it. Currently he is involved with SGAC in support of the United Nations, and Deputy Manager of the New Space Economy European ExpoForum, SpaceGen track.
He works as a consultant for different companies, other than giving lectures and talks on important events and in schools.
In his speech he will share his experience in the space sector from a young generation point of view.
The talk will also refer to the importance of space research and the impact in our daily life, what is the role of each human on Earth in a more democratized space race, and showcase the most important hands-on experiences and opportunities for youngsters and space enthusiasts to take part of in order to foster their career or pursue their dream.
October 21st, Monday, 3:00pm-4:00pm Panel 3 Commercial Innovations for Space Exploration
October 22nd, Tuesday, 9:00am-9:45am Spacetalk “The Future of Space, the role of Citizen Scientists and how students and researchers can get involved”
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The Space Generation Advisory Council in support of the United Nations Programme on Space Application (SGAC) is a non-governmental organisation which aims to represent students and young space professionals to the United Nations, States, and space agencies.
SGAC has permanent observer status in the UN Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS). SGAC has a long history and was conceived at the Third United Nations Conference on the Exploration and Peaceful Uses of Space (UNISPACE-III) in Vienna in 1999, the SGAC Executive Council is made up of representatives from each of the 6 UN regions, and has a larger body of representatives from nation states. Our focus is on pragmatic space policy advise to policy makers based on the interests of students and young professionals, broadly in the age range 18-35, interested in space from around the world.
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