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The SGAC Croatia Webinar Series aims to inspire and motivate university students and young professionals in Croatia and abroad to grow a career in the space industry.
Inspired by the motivational stories from talented SGAC members from all around the world, the SGAC team in Croatia aims to bring the same excitement about space and self-development in Croatia and the region.
A series of 8 webinars will host local experts in various fields such as space science and engineering, space policy, space business and others, and give them a floor to share their projects, ideas, and experiences with the community.
Everyone is welcome to attend and will be able to interact with lecturers at the end of each webinar session.
The first webinar in this series will be about SGAC (Space Generation Advisory Council), the largest global organization of university students and young professionals in the space industry. SGAC is a permanent observer at the UN Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (UN COPUOS). It operates in 6 regions on 6 continents, gathers more than 15.000 members coming from more than 150 countries. One of them is Croatia. In this webinar you can learn more about the organization itself, how to join and contribute to its activities from a professional with the first-hand experience working in the satellite industry and volunteering at SGAC.
More on SGAC website: Space Generation Advisory Council
Join us together with our speaker:
Mirta Medanić, SGAC, National Point of Contact in Croatia
This webinar is hosted in partnership with Adriatic Aerospace Association, A3.
Notice: This webinar will be held in Croatian.
Mirta Medanić is a program manager at Amphinicy Technologies, a satellite software company from Zagreb and Luxembourg. At Amphinicy, she manages several EU-funded projects. One of them is Blink, a software solution for ultra-fast acquisition and processing of Earth observation data, granted by the Horizon 2020 program for innovative SMEs in the space sector.
She holds a master’s degree in Telecommunications and Computing from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, the University in Zagreb (FER). She completed the Space Studies Program 2019 at the International Space University in Strasbourg and calls herself a Space Optimist.
Mirta volunteers for SGAC since 2017. As a National Point of Contact in Croatia, she promotes space science and education among the young community in the country. Mirta is passionate about working with people and travelling.
We invite you to the online lecture “Space for youth, the socio-economic impact” which will be held by Dr. Ana Heller in English.
You can watch the lecture LIVE on the Facebook page of the Embassy of the State of Israel at the following link: https://www.facebook.com/IsraelinCroatia on February 9 from 4 pm, and if you want to participate via the ZOOM application, please contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org .