The Jupiter exploring mission from the European Space Agency was launched in 2023 from Kourou. The satellite is making its way to Jupiter carrying several instruments that will help scientists and engineers understand the Jovian planet. As anticipated in one of the last articles from the blog in 2023 (check it out!), here will discuss a bit of every single one of them.
Take a look at the story of Leo Buchner, International Board President of 2023-2024. From his early beginnings in the organisation to his hopes for the future, read on to learn more about the man currently running the EUROAVIA engine.
During our history lessons, we usually learn that during WWII men took to the sky to fight and showcased their skills at 20,000ft. However, behind the scenes, a group of trailblazing women, the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP), played a crucial and often overlooked role in the war effort. These fearless women defied societal norms,…
Individuals looking to enhance their photography skills were encouraged to take part in the EUROAVIA Patras photography seminar on January 12, marking the inaugural event of the new year. This gathering gave a unique opportunity to refine camera settings, capture impeccable shots, and acquire specialized knowledge in Lightroom editing.
From November 26th to December 1st, we had the pleasure to organise and host the annual International Event Formation Workshop 2023, an event dedicated to soft skills training sessions delivered by the EUROAVIA Training System trainers. In total, twenty-five fellow EUROAVIAns from all around Europe, such as Spain, Romania, Italy, and other cities in Greece, attended the event.
In early November, we had the honour to host our International Event, the Ideathon. The event was a showdown between two exceptional teams: UniBOss from AS Forlì-Bologna and Ad Mundum from AS Bucharest, following their advancement from the previous round in Terrassa, Spain.
A new EUROAVIA challenge has been set out and our local group, AS Rzeszów, has mobilized. From the beginning, one of the most challenging tasks turned out to be putting together a new team, capable of surpassing last year’s achievements in the competition. More than half of the members, whose great dedication and innovation played were instrumental in the team’s success finished their studies, therefore were not available for the new competition. This led to a substantial knowledge gap, and closing became our priority.
Hello EUROAVIAns, we’re back from the city of pizza, sea and sun with the last newsletter of the year! We hope you had an amazing 2023 and are planning to have many new events in the next months. In these last two months 35 new members have joined the Local Group and we have reached an incredible total of 115 members, one of the best starts in our history!