The SpaceHack, organized by UNIVERSEH European University and supported by the NAWA – Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange, under the task assigned by the Ministry of Education and Science Republic of Poland, Solidarity with Ukraine, and European Universities, highlights the commitment to academic and scientific exchange and strengthens the bonds between European nations.
With a special focus on Ukrainian students, SpaceHack – NAWA Space Challenge attracted over 30 participants from UNIVERSEH partner universities, including students from Ukrainian universities: Ivano-Frankivsk National Technical University of Oil and Gas (IFNTUOG) and Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University.
Congratulations to Anastasia Kyseliuk, Mariana Rachkevych, Igor Nikolenko, Amir Najjar, and Jose Angel Espinosa Bautista for their achievement. As a reward, the team members were granted an exclusive individual tour of the meteorite collection at The Geological Museum of IGS PAS, allowing them to marvel at the wonders of space up close.
UNIVERSEH extends appreciation to all the participants, partners, organisers, and coaches who contributed to the success of SpaceHack in Krakow. Special thanks go to Tadeusz Uhl, Justyna Topolska, Anna Inglot, and Marta Polak from AGH University of Science and Technology, Olivier Zephir, from Technoport SA, and Eric Tschirhart and Krystina Garibyan from the University of Luxembourg for their support.
The distinguished jury members, Magdalena Ostasz, Prof. Tomasz Bajda, Jarek Chojnacki, Maciek Mysliwiec, and Dr. Justyna Topolska, played a crucial role in evaluating the projects and selecting the winning team!
UNIVERSEH expresses gratitude to the NAWA – Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange, the Ministry of Education and Science Republic of Poland, Solidarity with Ukraine, and European Universities for their support in making this remarkable event a reality.