Professor Volker Hessel finalists for inaugural Australian Space Awards

We are delighted to be a part of the space industry’s night of nights.

The Environment Institute’s Professor Volker Hessel is a finalists for the inaugural Australian Space Awards in the Scientist of the Year category. The awards recognise outstanding achievements of those participating in the Australian space industry.

For the first time in Australia, Space Connect has created an awards program initiative that will showcase the nation’s best and brightest space businesses and professionals.

Recognising the leading individuals and businesses driving the development of Australia’s space economy, the Australian Space Awards universally acknowledges all space industry stakeholders – from major listed organisations and corporates servicing Australia’s space economy to SMEs, start-ups, academic institutions and associations.

The awards are open to all businesses operating in Australia supporting the space industry, including telecommunications, satellite, energy, mining and transport sectors as well as the defence, agriculture, disaster and water management industries.

The awards celebrate the best of the best in Australia’s space industry and will recognise the outstanding contribution of professionals and businesses working within the industry across 22 categories.

The winner will be announced on 26 March 2020.

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