A meeting of students from Euroavia Terrassa with members of SKA SP and AGH Space Systems took place on Friday 3 February 2017 at the Warsaw office of the Polish Space Agency.
The Polish Space Agency hosted the meeting of the Catalan representatives of the international association Euroavia, associating students in cosmology, with students representing the aerospace circles of the Warsaw University of Technology and the AGH University of Science and Technology.
The purpose of the meeting was to establish contacts with the international association of Eurovision students and to provide a platform for discussions between Spanish students and representatives of Polish student research circles.
During the meeting were presented the most important projects and experiments in the field of space engineering carried out by student scientific circles. ESEIAAT students at the Polytechnical University of Catalonia presented their work on the UPC space program. They told me. About organized missile workshops, where young builders can develop their skills and conduct experiments on flights of stratospheric balloons and missiles.
Representatives of the Students' Union of the Space University of Warsaw presented their SAT satellites student project and their achievements in the field of missile construction (including TuCan, H2) and progress in the construction of stratospheric balloons. Students from the Academy of Mining and Metallurgy at Space Systems presented their achievements in national and international competitions (eg European Rover Challenge) and current works on stratospheric balloons, rockets and hybrid drives.
The unofficial part of the meeting was an opportunity to exchange experiences between students and to discuss the possibility of joint projects. Students from SKA PW expressed interest in closer cooperation with their colleagues from Euroavia Terrassa in terms of using their terrestrial stations to contact the satellite SAT SAT2, whose elevation is planned for the end of 2017.
The meeting of Polish and Spanish students was organized by the Department of Strategy and International Cooperation of the Polish Space Agency. POLSA employees briefly presented the Agency's activities and talked about the success of Polish students in the international Mars rover competition.