Andean Road Countries for Science and Technology (ARCST) aims to create a bridge between Latin American (from Mexico until Argentina) countries and China in the field of Science and Technology by supporting the development of projects that contribute to the improvement of education through the transfer of technology, and by empowering Latin American researchers and professionals to share their knowledge and expertise with the world.
Andean Road Countries for Science and Technology (ARCST) aims to become an international leading organization in the field of Sciences and Technology, focusing on Latin America (from Mexico to Argentina) and holding a consultative status between Latin American countries and China. ARCST aspires to establish communication channels between China and Latin America in order to build a productive relationship in this field. ARCST envisions a sustainable growth of our organization by integrating creative and motivated people from different sector as well as Chinese, Latin American and international institutional partners. We welcome you to join ARCST!
Dr. Wang Xinsheng is the Deputy Director of Micro-satellite Technology Lab, School of Astronautics, Beihang University Senior expert in small satellite technology of UN RCSSTEAP APSCO SSS Project/BUAA Project Manager
Micro/nano-satellite system technology, on-board electronics system design and data management, spacecraft control, etc. Published more than 20 papers and Chinese Patents.
Design engineer of OBDH subsystem for Chinese recoverable satellite, Chinese Academy of Space Technology(CAST),2001-2002. Associate researcher for Sino-Germany micro-satellite project, EADS Transportation, Bremen, Germany, 2003. Deputy chief designer for micro-satellite project work in Shenzhen Space Technology Center(SSTC), 2004-2007. PM of BUAA-SAT project, BUAA, 2008-2015 BUAA Principal Investigator of QB50: BUSAT-1 /CN01, 2012-2016 BUAA PM of APSCO SSS project, 2016~present
Ambassador Raimundo Gonzalez Aninat is a lawyer specialized in Space Law who has carried out his professional career as a diplomat for Chile. Ambassador Gonzalez has been a key contributor in shaping the International Space Law legislation and has served, amongst other positions, as the President of the UN COPUOS and its Legal Committee, President of the International Expert Group of the Space Conferences of the Americas as well as the International Representative of IAASA in Chile. Ambassador Gonzalez has also served as the Executive Secretary of the Chilean Space Agency. He continues to be active in the international field as well as in the academia as a Professor at the Faculty of Law of the University of Chile