UNISON


Projects and Activity|Successive student representatives

UNISEC Student Organization

UNISON logo UNISON was established by UNISEC in 2003 to support Japanese students who are eager to participate in space development activities. UNISON is managed only by students.

We provide students with opportunities to participate in big projects and other activities related to space development. The opportunities enable them to exchange their creative ideas and corporate with each other. We expect that they broaden their outlooks and deepen their relationships through the opportunities.

Besides, we try to bring up those who will develop new technological fields by themselves in the future. And we hope our activities contribute to Japanese space development.


Projects and Activities

Our activities are as follows.

【ARLISS】

ARLISS (A Rocket Launch for International Student Satellites) is an annual suborbital experiment held in Nevada, the US. We hold an annual CanSat Competition there.

【CanSat Comeback Competition】

We hold an annual CanSat Comeback Competition in Akita, Japan.

【Hybrid Rocket Launch】

We make launch experiments of Hybrid Rockets irregularly.


Successive student representatives

2016
KAKU Masahiro(Tokyo Metropolitan University)
NAKAMURA Masahiro(Tokyo University of Science)
YASHIMA Kyohei(Tokyo Institute of Technology)
2015
OHINATA Kento(Nihon University)
HIRASAWA Ryo(Keio University)
WATANABE Yuichiro(Akita University)