Ray Stalker Award – High Achieving Young Professionals and Students in the Australian Aerospace Industry
This year the Australian Division of the Royal Aeronautical Society and the Australian Youth Aerospace Association established the Ray Stalker Award to recognise exceptional young professionals within the Australian aerospace industry for their outstanding achievements. The Ray Stalker Award honours one of the true pioneers in hypersonic research. Stalker was Australia’s first professor of space […]
The Australian Youth Aerospace Association (AYAA), along with South Australian Space Industry Centre, is hosting one of the biggest international hackathons, the NASA Space App Challenge, in Adelaide from 20 to 21 October. The NASA Space App Challenge provides opportunities to solve several problems or to innovate a new way to make the earth a […]
The AYAA is currently looking for new members to join the Space Apps subcommittee. The Space Apps challenge is the world’s largest hackathon, an international competition established by NASA and run in each city by local hosts. Teams develop entrepreneurial solutions to a range of challenges themed around the use of space derived data. This […]
The Australian Youth Aerospace Association South Australia branch (AYAA SA) would like to invite you to our Aerospace Industry Night on Wednesday 18th April. This will be a great opportunity for you to meet industry and learn more about possible career options. The event aims to expose you to both small and large companies and organisations, giving you a […]
Need hands-on experience in the space industry? – Get involved in the Australian Universities Rocketry Competition!
An exciting opportunity has opened for students with an interest in spaceflight. The Australian Youth Aerospace Association (AYAA) are proud to announce the 2018 Australian Universities Rocket Competition (AURC). In its inaugural year, the AURC challenges university teams to design, build, and launch a single stage rocket with commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) solid propulsion systems. These rockets […]
A group of six students from the University of Adelaide recently attended the 2017 Australian Undergraduate Space Week, a five-day engineering event held in Canberra from November 20-24. The inaugural event was a combined effort from the Australian Youth Aerospace Association (AYAA) and UNSW Canberra and was held at the Australian Defence Force Academy’s space […]
The Australian Youth Aerospace Association (AYAA) is planning to establish a national university rocket competition in 2018. This competition will entail teams’ students designing and building a rocket to launch to 10,000 or higher. Through the course of designing their rockets, teams will learn the importance of documenting their process and proving the safety of […]
The Australian Youth Aerospace Association (AYAA) is proud to present The Australian Space Week. Space Week is a 5 day event held in Canberra, during 20th-24th November 2017. Accommodation and food is provided. The week will provide students access to a wide variety of space engineering activities: students will build satellite components; tour Canberra facilities […]
International Astronautical Congress Volunteering Opportunity – First Round Applications Closing Soon!
Reminder – First Round Applications Closing Friday 18th August! You may have heard about the upcoming 68th Annual International Astronautical Congress (IAC), the biggest space conference in the world, but may not be aware of the volunteer opportunities coming with it. During September, Adelaide is going to become the world center of space. This conference attracts all the […]
You may have heard about the upcoming 68th Annual International Astronautical Congress (IAC), the biggest space conference in the world, but may not be aware of the volunteer opportunities coming with it. During September, Adelaide is going to become the world center of space. This conference attracts all the major space companies and personalities. To […]