Egyptian Space Agency Enters Agreement with UNISEC-Japan

Peek Into Egypt's Growing Capacity In Space And Proposed 10-year National Space Program
Dr Mohamed ElKoosy, CEO, Egyptian Space Agency

The Egyptian Space Agency has entered into an agreement with the University Space Engineering Consortium (UNISEC) of Japan. This collaboration was done under the Technology, Innovation and Commercialization Office of the Egyptian Space Agency (EgSA). 

 

UNISEC is an incorporated non-profit organization of Japan led by the Chairperson, Professor Yasuyuki Miyazaki. During the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with EgSA, the Agency was represented by Ms Eman Mohamed Abel-Wahab Emam. The MoU was signed on August 11, 2020. The MoU was signed over a teleconferencing session between the two parties. 

UNISEC and EgSA Sign MoU

In cooperation with the Egyptian Space Agency, UNISEC will contribute to the development of space engineering not only for both countries but also on a global scale, in terms of mutual exchange of researchers and students, cooperative projects and capacity building, by making use of the R&D potentials and the capacities of developing human resources already equipped with both organizations.

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