About 75 students from various disciplines are working together in the non-profit association to achieve this goal.
In the Project Team, coordinated by the project management, the rocket is developed and manufactured by different modules:
Our Safety Officers ensures the safety of the entire Aerospace Team Graz when testing and handling hazardous substances.
The Business Team has several areas of responsibility, such as managing the social media channels, public relations and marketing. In addition, events such as our flyout are planned and implemented by the team. Another important area is system administration, which is responsible for our IT systems.
This topic fascinates and occupies not only 75 students in the Aerospace Team Graz, but also very many companies in Austria, especially in and around Graz.
It can be seen that the enthusiasm for aerospace and related technologies has increased significantly in recent years. This boom is not only due to the growing interest of private companies, such as SpaceX or Blue Origin, but also to the ongoing advances in technology and science. Aerospace Team Graz makes an important contribution to this movement by inspiring young people for space travel with its work and projects and by offering students a platform to learn key skills and to personally surpass themselves.
If you are just as enthusiastic as we are about aerospace and can imagine getting involved in a student team, ASTG is the right place for you!
Take the chance and gain practical experience during your studies or write your Bachelor or Master thesis at Aerospace Team Graz. Whether you choose one of the technical modules or you want to get involved in marketing, at ASTG you have the opportunity to gain new skills and take on new perspectives.
Become part of the team, meet new people and build a rocket!
Contact the team: visit the website www.astg.at or send us an e-mail at infonoSpam@astg.at.
The Aerospace Team Graz has already successfully participated several times in the European Rocketry Challenge (EuRoC). The team was able to win the Technical Award with the rocket AVES I in October 2021 and the Team Award as well as the New Space Award with AVES II in October 2022. For 2023 it is planned to convince with Halcyon in the category of self-developed hybrid propulsion at 3 km flight altitude.