- About SEDS
- About SEDS Waseda
Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS) is a non-profit that empowers young people to participate and make an impact in space exploration. SEDS helps students develop their technical and leadership skills by providing opportunities to manage and participate in national projects as well as to attend conferences, publish their work, and develop their professional network, in order to help students become more effective in their present and future careers in industry, academia, government, and education.
SEDS was founded as a chapter-based organization in 1980 at MIT by Peter Diamandis, at Princeton University by Scott Scharfman, and at Yale University by Richard Sorkin. SEDS-USA was founded as a national group in 1982 by Peter Diamandis, Bob Richards, and Todd Hawley. The largest student-run space organization in the world, it consists of an international community of high school, undergraduate, and graduate students from a diverse range of educational backgrounds in chapters all over the world, including Canada, India, Israel, Mexico, Nepal, Nigeria, Philippines, Spain, United Kingdom, and United States.
About SEDS Waseda
SEDS Waseda is the second chapter in Japan, following SEDS UTokyo. It was founded by Takahito Motoki, Yudai Hamashima, Mahiro Sawada, Daiki Himono, Takahiko Shibata.
SEDS UTokyo: http://www.sedsutokyo.jp/
SEDS USA: http://seds.org/