The President and the CEO of the Hellenic Space Center, Prof. Ioannis A. Daglis and Dr. Nick Sergis, had a meeting with Dr. A. Panopoulou, Managing Director of OHB-Hellas and M. Bernou, CTO and Deputy Manager of OHB-Hellas. The meeting took place at the HSC premises and was focused on OHB-Hellas activities and potential synergies with the Greek Space ecosystem.
The President and the CEO of the Hellenic Space Center, Prof. Ioannis A. Daglis and Dr. Nick Sergis, held a virtual meeting with Dr. Walther Pelzer, Head of the German Space Agency, and Christian Müller, ESA/EU advisor at the German Aerospace Center, and discussed topics of mutual interest in the context of opportunities for future collaboration.
The Symposium on Space Educational Activities (SSEA), organised by the European Space Agency’s Education Office, provides a forum for university students, professionals working in education, and other young professionals to present and discuss their experiences organising, running and/or participating in Educational Activities related to Space. The 4th SSEA is to be held on April 2022 in Barcelona, Spain, and the local organisation team is led by the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya · BarcelonaTech. There are also different scholarships available for students.
Abstract submission deadline: Nov. 1st, 2021
As a first step to implement the recommendations of the International Space Forum (ISF), held in Reggio Calabria on 5/9/2019, the Italian Space Agency and the Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria, in collaboration with the e-GEOS Company and the support of the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA), are organizing the 1st Winter Course on GeoInformation and Space Data management for the Sustainable Development and Needs of the Mediterranean Region.
Deadline for applications: Sept. 28, 2021
Financial support: Offered for up to 25 selected participants.
Application procedure: Any interested Government/University/Research Institutions of the Mediterranean Countries will have to submit the CV and requested attachments of their selected candidate exclusively to the ASI Office and e-mail address indicated in the Announcement of Opportunity.
The CEO of the Hellenic Space Center, Dr. Nick Sergis, held a meeting with Dr M. Molina, Managing Director of SITAEL-Italia, Dr N. Bazakas, General Manager at SITAEL-Hellas, and Dr A. Potsis, President of the Hellenic Industrial Space Association (Hellenic ASI). The meeting took place at the HSC premises, and matters of common interest were discussed.
Τhe President of H.S.C, Prof. Ioannis A. Daglis, on Wednesday, September 15, participated in a Panel Discussion titled “Technology and Innovation in Education”, a part of the “Education Revolution Conference”. This one-day event was organized during the 85th Thessaloniki International Fair, by the U.S. Mission in Greece, in partnership with Socialinnov and the Ministry of Digital Governance, and was hosted at Section “Digital Greece” (Pavilion 12).
On Friday, September 10, 2021, Prof. Angelopoulos (UCLA) and Prof. Daglis had an extensive discussion on issues of space education, space technology and, in particular, on the challenges and potential of small satellite missions.
On Wednesday, September 8, 2021, Mr. Taku ARAMAKI, the Deputy Chief of Mission from the Embassy of Japan in Greece, visited the President of H.S.C., Prof. Ioannis A. Daglis. During the visit, matters of common interest, within the responsibilities of H.S.C., were discussed.
Round-table discussion “Hellenic Space Center, national space program and participation in ESA space missions”, coordinated by the President of the Hellenic Space Center Prof. Ioannis A. Daglis at the 15th Hellenic Astronomical Conference, with the participation of: Prof. V. Angelopoulos (UCLA, USA), Dr. I. Dandouras (IRAP, France), Prof. T. Sarris (DUTH), Dr. A. Solomonidou (Caltech/JPL, USA).
Watch the recorded discussion here (in English).
Participation of the President of the Hellenic Space Center Prof. Ioannis A. Daglis in the virtual meeting International Space Forum (ISF) 2019 – The Mediterranean Chapter, organised by the Italian Space Agency (ASI) and the Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria.
The President and the CEO of the Hellenic Space Center, Prof. Ioannis A. Daglis and Dr. Nick Sergis, participated in the launch event of "Alpha Mission Delos”, held on the island of Delos.
The Galileo Masters is the global innovation competition scouting for cutting-edge solutions using satellite navigation data. From April onwards, with the support of our global space network of more than 89 partners, we are looking for the best GNSS solutions and business cases in the field of e.g. agriculture, healthcare, cyber security, environment.
Application deadline: July 19 2021.
Take a look at this year’s Challenges and Prizes: https://galileo-masters.eu/galileo-prizes/galileo-prize-greece/
The Copernicus Masters is the global innovation competition at the forefront of Earth observation (EO) data utilization. It awards innovators fostering new solutions and concepts that showcase the benefits of the European Copernicus services to our everyday life.
Application deadline: July 19 2021.
Take a look at this year’s Challenges and Prizes: https://copernicus-masters.com/copernicus-prizes/copernicus-prize-greece/
The Department of Informatics and Telecommunications of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens is currently accepting applications for the Inter-institutional Master's Degree Program "Space Technologies, Applications and SeRvices (STAR)".
Application deadline: June 11 2021.
Τhe Hellenic Space Center will soon post an announcement concerning the hiring of Specialised Scientific Staff. The announcement and the required application forms (in Greek) will be available on the HSC website.
As part of its staffing efforts the Hellenic Space Center has launched an open call of interest for filling five (5) positions by secondment of employees who currently serve in the General Government and/or the wider Public Sector. Those interested can find detailed information at the link below: Announcement of Secondments