What are SAG?
Special Action Groups (SAGs) are SWOT teams. Each is led by One young student member, grounded by mentors, on an exploratory journey into NewSpace. The young project manager would begin by asking a wicked question, set out a project plan, draft the mission goals, and begin the exploration and update the team. SAGs are not aim to be prescriptive. They are intended to provide, surface questions, and spur further discussions.
Most importantly, these SWOT teams would charge directly onward and explore how to best understand this new reality.
For members only! SAGs are for members and student members only.
The SAGs are special task forces set up to investigate and explore fun and wild themes around climate change, UFOs, and topics that can aid in humanity's understanding of reality. Generally these are wicked challenges.
SAG conduct experiments. They prototype; they reach out; and they dare to touch the face of aliens. The only thing they don’t do is sit still.
Have a meaningful question to ask heaven?
The following SAGs are being established in 2021. If interested in joining to lead a new initiative or simply to participate as a member on the team, please reach out to our Community Builder, email@example.com.
1. Greater Bay Area (GBA) Space Exploration - How to connect the Space Economy between GBA and Hong Kong by 2022?
Project Leader: LinLin Li (CUHK)
Mentors: Prof. Quentin Parker, Prof. Stephen Cheung
2. OASA Chapter at HKU
Project Leader: Foo Xiang Feng et al. (HKU)
Mentors: Cynthia Tsang, Cherry Tsui,, and Prof. Gregg Li
3. Climate Change and SDGs — Which of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) would be most appropriate for HK and GBA?
Project Leader: Max Berthet (U of Tokyo)
Mentors: Iris Tang, Perry Lam, and Prof. Gregg Li
4. Space Economy GDP — How to quantify the Space Economy in Hong Kong? Greater Bay?
Project Leader: Linus Chan (CityU)
Mentors: Prof. Stephen Cheung, Prof. Gregg Li
5. OASA Chapter at PolyU
Project Leader: Vacant
Mentors: Prof. Ben Young, Prof. Albert Chan, Cynthia Tsang, and Prof. Gregg Li
6. Space Law and Arbitration - Legal Guide for Space Entrepreneurs?
Project Leader: Skye Xu, Rosie Luo, and Hannah Yim
Mentors: Prof. Brian Tang (LITE), Prof. Gregg Li, Prof. John Zhao, Prof. CK Cho
7. In Search of UFOs — Where are evidence to UFOs’ existence?
Project Leader: Foo Xiang Feng (HKU)
Mentors: Fletcher Ng, Prof. Gregg Li, and Dr. Chris Altman
8. Space Hotel For the Elderly
Project Leader: Jimmy Tsang (CUHK)
Mentors: Thomas Schmidt, Prof. Choi, Prof. Lisa Wan, Michael Ng
9. Space Investment - Where and what new space ventures to invest in?
Project Leader: Ivan Lee (HKU)
Mentors: Joe Juang, Ron Chiong, and Ben Ho
10. Space Tourism - How to hitch a ride into Space?
Project Leader: Justin Yam (UBC)
Mentors: Thomas Wong, Prof. Lisa Wan, Julian Vela
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