We cooperate with
our trusted partners globally
The Karman Project is committed to expanding its cooperation with partner organisations in which every party can contribute to the co-design of international initiatives, challenges and opportunities which can positively impact space and adjacent industries. Cooperation is central to our mission, and pursuant to this spirit, we believe that fostering partnerships is key for a better future.
The Karman Project works with a diverse network of partners from different countries and disciplines, and as each of our respective communities grow, so to do our opportunities for cooperation. We are proud to partner with various organisations, ranging from non-governmental organisations to the private sector, civil society and universities.
How We Collaborate
We work with two main categories of partners: Empowerment Partners and Fellowship Partners. Our various Empowerment Partners share in our mission and vision, collaborating on various projects and strategic initiatives to bring value to our respective communities. Fellowship Partners work with the Karman Project to help us in reaching potential applicants from every sector, industry and corner of the globe - supporting our founding principles of cross-cultural and cross-disciplinary collaboration.
China Space Foundation
Aiming to increase public awareness of space, China Space Foundation is educating young generations on the subject of space, strengthening international cooperation and promoting space entrepreneurship in the country. The Karman Project and China Space Foundation are working together in promoting peaceful uses of space technology and its applications for the social-economic development and capacity-building in the space field.
International Astronautical Federation
Founded in 1951, the International Astronautical Federation (IAF) is the world’s leading space advocacy body with 433 members in 72 countries, including all leading space agencies, companies, research institutions, universities, societies, associations, institutes and museums worldwide. It advances knowledge about space, supporting the development and application of space assets by promoting global cooperation. The Karman Project is a proud member of the IAF, and participates in various member initiatives and congress activities.
Oxford Space Initiative
Advanced within the University of Oxford's Saïd Business School, the Oxford Space Initiative provides a social sciences perspective on space. The Karman Project and Oxford Space Initiative collaboration aims to strengthen the relationships between committed individuals coming from the research, business, venture, government and industry sectors. For two consecutive cohorts, the Oxford Space Initiative has invited members of The Karman Project’s curated community to participate in their Smart Space MBA Elective as students, panelists and resident experts. Selected Karman Fellows, Pioneers and team members are integrated as active participants in the Oxford Space Initiative, where they can contribute to the co-design of international initiatives, challenges and opportunities that can positively impact space and adjacent industries. Likewise, the team at Oxford continue to contribute to The Karman Project’s various initiatives by way of research, teaching and policy engagement.
Space Prize Foundation
The Space Prize Foundation empowers young women to pursue STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) education and explore careers in the growing space industry. Together, we foster a joint commitment to the promotion of space education, particularly for young women, and collaborate on a number of outreach activities. Many outstanding females from our community - Fellows and Selection Board Members alike - have joined Space Prize as Ambassadors in the form of judges, mentors and speakers for their community.
The Toucan Project
The Toucan Project supports students to build better lives through access to education, vocational training and internship opportunities. The Karman Project and The Toucan Project partnered up to co-initiate a series of talks around space to educate a wider audience of the positive impact of space and humanity.
Light Art Space
Light Art Space (LAS) is a Berlin-based art foundation that brings together art, science and technology. The Karman Project engages the artists of the LAS community who work at the intersection of art and space.
Space Generation Advisory Council
Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) is a global network for students and young professionals interested in the space industry. SGAC is supporting the Karman Project's mission by spreading the word to potential applicants within its community.
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