The 3rd South American Space Generation Workshop (SA-SGW 2017)

São José dos Campos, city of São Paulo State, Brazil

November 9 – 10, 2017


This event congregates numerous experts from the space sector and connects them with the space leaders of tomorrow.


Brazil is calling!

The 2017 South American Space Generation Workshop (SA-SGW) is a two-day regional workshop for university students and young professionals in the South America region to be held in São José dos Campos, city of São Paulo State, Brazil on November 9 – 10.

During the 2017 SA-SGW, delegates have a unique opportunity to engage with high level space sector leaders, professionals and academics. The agenda includes panels, discussions, presentations (e.g. STEM), and working groups on current space topics. In the working groups segment, participants will collaborate with peers as well as experienced specialists on the topics of:

  • Education in space topics
  • Sustainability of Mars Analog Research Station in South America
  • Communications protocols for a South American Space Agency

To conclude the workshop, the output from these working groups will be presented at the SA-SGW and further submitted as SGAC recommendations to United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (UN COPUOS).


Registrations are now OPEN!



Regular Registration (R$30.00)

This plan includes:

  • Industry Professionals
  • Researchers
  • General Public

Discount Registration (R$15.00)

Access to this benefit the following persons: 

  • University Students
  • Teacher (Schools and Universities)
  • INPE Employees


Images of 2016 SA-SGW in Peru

The organizing team of SA - SGW 2017, invites you to celebrate "3 years of passion and curiosity for space", opening an opportunity for you to meet exceptional guests.

The youngest participants can enjoy a variety of fun, hands-on activities that will educate and spark their curiosity in flight.

For more information please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

© 2006-2018   Space Generation Advisory Council  |