The APSCC – ISU 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 6th Youth Development Workshop will be held on October 12 in conjuction with the APSCC 2023 Satellite Conference & Exhibition. This one day workshop consists of educational sessions on Satellite Communications Fundamentals, Satellite Communications Regulation, and Satellite Telecommunications Market Overview and a hands-on activity. Don’t miss the opportunity to not only learn about the satellite and space industry but also to meet the industry veterans for your future careers!
WHO IS THE WORKSHOP FOR?
- Undergraduate students and above who are interested in the career in the satellite and space industry
- New employees who work for the satellite and space companies
- Applicants with motivation to forge a career in space and satellite sector
- Applicants with academic knowledge and/or qualification
- 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
- The workshop will be conducted in English
HOW CAN I APPLY?
- To participate in the Workshop, complete the workshop application form by September 15.
- All applications must be received after completion of all the required information.
- APSCC will send an e-mail confirmation by September 22 to the applicants if accepted.
- A printed copy of the CONFIRMATION LETTER along with your identification card should be shown at the registration desk on October 12 to collect your badge. qualification.
WHAT IS THE WORKSHOP FEE?
The workshop including all tuition and meals are provided at NO COST.
Satellite communications systems have become an essential part of the Telecommunications infrastructure. This session will give an introduction to the fundamentals of satellite communications systems, including how information is carried by an electromagnetic wave, how transmission errors can be corrected, which parameters influence the performance of the system and how multiple users can share the capacity of a satellite. This session will also provide an overview of satellite system architecture, types of orbits, and will explain space, control and ground segments and the various international launch services available to satellite operators.
This presentation will examine the international rules regulating satellite telecommunications networks and services from the point of view of the use of frequencies and orbital positions. It will also make reference to national regulatory systems in the Asia Pacific. The session will explain the role of the ITU in coordinating the global use of the radiofrequency spectrum and explain the concept of harmful interference and the different methods of sharing spectrum and orbital resources. It will also explain the role of national administrations as representatives of member States in requesting the use of frequencies for satellite communications, in establishing national regulatory frameworks and in controlling the delivery of services through national licensing arrangements.
This presentation will discuss the evolution of the satellite telecommunications markets and technologies. It will examine how the industry has, over time, split into various key submarkets including Fixed (FSS), Broadcast (BSS) and Mobile (MSS) satellite services. The session will also present key elements of satellite technology and evolving service offerings together with future growth trends. In particular, it will talk about new satellite technologies, orbital configurations, and changes in user terminals, making them smaller, more mobile and lower in cost.