“By the end of 2020, let’s create a world where university students can participate in practical space projects in more than 100 countries.”
Our aim is to create a world where university students can participate in practical space projects in more than 100 countries by the end of 2020. The fractal structure (figure below) of University Space Engineeirng Consortiums (UNISECs) worldwide support engineering education at multiple levels – from university labs to nation-wide groups.
Mission Idea Contest
The Mission Idea Contest (MIC) was established in 2010 to provide aerospace engineers, college students, consultants, and anybody interested in space with opportunities to present their creative ideas and gain attention internationally. The primary goal of MICs is to open a door to a new facet of space exploration and exploitation.
The CanSat Leader Training Program (CLTP) is a training course that was established for participants to experience the entire cycle of CanSat development from the design to launch of model rockets. Through the program, you will learn the space technology and teaching methods utilized in space engineering.
UNISEC international committee
|Vice-chairperson||CHO Mengu||Kyushu Institute of Technology|
|Commissioner||KOZUKA Soichiro||Gakushuin University|
|SHIRASAKA Seikou||Keio University|
|TAKAHASHI Yukihiro||Hokkaido University|
|NAKASUKA Shinichi||University of Tokyo|
|HANADA Toshiya||Kyushu University|
|MIYAZAKI Yasuyuki||Nihon University|
|YOSHIDA Kazuya||Tohoku University|
|(Japanese syllabary order)|