The APSCC Youth Development Workshop is a platform for the brightest up-and-coming engineering students in the Asia-Pacific region to connect with leading satellite and space industry experts and to learn more about the opportunities in the satellite and space sector.
The 3rd Youth Development Workshop will be held on October 4 at Shangri-La Jakarta Hotel. This one day workshop consists of educational sessions including Satellite Communications Fundamentals, Satellite Communications Regulation, and Satellite Telecommunications Market Overview and a hands-on activity.
Join the workshop and don’t miss the opportunity to learn about the industry. Meet the industry veterans and be inspired for careers in the satellite industry.
Call for Participation
Who is the workshop for?
- Undergraduate students and above who are interested in the career in the satellite industry
- Applicants with motivation to forge a career in space and satellite engineering
- Applicants with academic knowledge and/or qualification
- The workshop will be conducted in English
- Although we accept all applications from undergraduates, undergraduates in the final two years of their engineering studies will have priority in case there is more demand than seats.
What is the Workshop fee?
- The workshop including all tuition and meals are provided at no cost.
How can I apply?
To participate in the Workshop, complete the workshop application form here by August 31. All applications must be received after completion of all the required information.
APSCC will send an e-mail confirmation by September 7 to the applicants if accepted. A printed copy of the official CONFIRMATION LETTER along with your identification card should be shown at the registration desk on October 4 to collect your badge.
If you have questions about the workshop, please contact:
Ms. Chloe Song at +82 31 783 6244
Ali R. Ebadi
Ali R. Ebadi is Advisor to Board of Directors of MEASAT. He has more than 30 years experience in field of Satellite Communications and Spectrum Management besides being actively involved in ITU’s activities. He served 8 years as member of Radio Regulations Board, ITU. He was Vice-Chairman of RRB in 2008 and Chairman in 2009.
He is member of Institution Engineer of Australia (IE Aust) as Chartered Professional Engineer, member of The Institution of Engineering and Technology (EIT) UK as Chartered Engineer and member of Malaysian Institute of Engineer (IEM).
Yvon Henri has over 30 years’ experience in the satellite communications field and has worked on space policy and regulatory affairs in both the public, private sectors and intergovernmental organizations at France Telecom (Paris, France), INTELSAT (Washington DC, USA) and the ITU in Geneva (Switzerland) where he was Chief of the Space Services Department (SSD) up to June 2017. Throughout his professional career, Mr. Yvon Henri has always strived to initiate, develop and promote policies to enhance the opportunities aﬀorded by the telecommunication/ICT sector with focus on the adaptation of space services to the constantly evolving world.
Jose Del Rosario
Mr. Del Rosario covers the Asia Pacific region and is a senior member of the consulting team where he focuses his research on quantitative modeling, data verification, and market forecasting for the commercial and government satellite communications sectors. Prior to joining NSR, Mr. Del Rosario worked with Frost & Sullivan, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the European Commission, the Malaysian Embassy and the Law Offices of Irwin & Lesse. Mr. Del Rosario holds a Master of Arts degree in Applied Economics from the American University, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science/International Relations from the University of Santa Clara.