The Digitalist Team
February 10, 2022

Mastering the Art of Space Engineering

Many kids dream about becoming an Astronaut when they grow up. Did you know that this dream is closer to reality now in Budapest? With the brand new Space Engineer Master Program starting in September, space is no longer so far away. Let’s shoot for the stars and learn more about this opportunity from our following MndTalk interview.

The MndTalk interview series was created to address all the topics that define our everyday life in the IT community. Become a Mndwrker today to share knowledge and engage with our existing 7500+ members of IT professionals.

Bacsárdi László
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Bacsárdi László
Head Of Laboratory

Bacsárdi László egyetemi docens, a BME Hálózati Rendszerek és Szolgáltatások Tanszékén működő Mobil Kommunikáció és Kvantumtechnológiák Laboratórium vezetője, a tervek szerint 2022-ben induló műegyetemi űrmérnök mesterszak szakfelelőse. A Nemzetközi Asztronautikai Akadémia levelező tagja, a külgazdasági és külügyminiszter felkérésére tagja a hazai Űrkutatási Tudományos Tanácsnak, valamint űrtávközlési területért felelős tanácsadóként tagja az Európai Űrügynökséghez (ESA) akkreditált magyar delegációnak. A Magyar Asztronautikai Társaság (MANT) alelnöke. Több mint 100 tudományos publikációja van és számos ismeretterjesztő cikke jelent meg.

February 10, 2022

Mastering the Art of Space Engineering

Many kids dream about becoming an Astronaut when they grow up. Did you know that this dream is closer to reality now in Budapest? With the brand new Space Engineer Master Program starting in September, space is no longer so far away. Let’s shoot for the stars and learn more about this opportunity from our following MndTalk interview.

The MndTalk interview series was created to address all the topics that define our everyday life in the IT community. Become a Mndwrker today to share knowledge and engage with our existing 7500+ members of IT professionals.

Bacsárdi László
Bacsárdi László
Head Of Laboratory

László Bacsárdi, a Mndwrk community member, is a Computer Engineer by profession and a space enthusiast by heart, combining the IT world with the Satellites world in his everyday life. As many kids do, László always wanted to become an astronaut. Once a Hungarian Space-Camp participant, he went after his dreams in his studies and work. His marital wows included staying on Earth, so instead of applying to a space program, he created a Space Engineer Master Program here in Hungary. 

László holds many titles; some of those are the VP of Hungarian Astronautical Society, a member of the Hungarian Scientific Council of Space Research, a publisher of SpaceWorld.

Today he will introduce us to the truly international field of Space Engineering and the Age of New Space, show us the world's smallest satellite, and tell us more about the program itself. 

From this MndTalk interview, you will learn more about:

  • How was the Space Engineer Master Program born? What’s the story behind it?
  • Who can apply for this program? Is it as hard as applying to be an astronaut?
  • What makes this program unique? Learn about the curriculum.
  • What is the outlook to work internationally for participants of the program in this truly international field?
  • What does the Hungarian space industry look like at the moment? 
  • What is the Age of the New Space? What’s next? 

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