42. Swapnil Parekh
Average Post Engagement: 41.9
What I use Linkedin for:
Networking, Sharing ideas with like-minded people, Supporting/Helping new Space generation.
Number of Followers:
Who am I:
I am a Space Engineer from every atom of my body. I am passionate about it. I strongly believe in “Space is for Everyone”. I also believe that the Space industry has the great potential to improve living standards on Earth. My goal is to make Space education accessible to a maximum number of students.
What I do:
I am a master’s student at International Space University. Currently, doing a research internship at the Space Robotics Lab, Tohoku University,
Why you should follow me on Linkedin:
I like to talk about Space and my goal is to reach out to a maximum number of students and provide awareness about STEM education. I try to utilize my network and their strength to achieve this goal as we need more young minds and their creative ideas in the Space industry.
Who I follow on Linkedin
Mr. Sunny Kabrawala – He is a founder and director of Space Technology and Aeronautical Rocketry. I suggest following him because he not only shares his personal experiences and learning but also shares mistakes and rejections he faced while establishing his company and from his personal life, which is great learning for me.
Mr. Tien Nguyen – He is the Chief Engineer at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. He actively shares his work experiences and interesting facts about different NASA missions.
Swapnil’s Favorite Post
❝It is an inspiration post for me. Whenever I read it, I feel that every person on Earth has the capability to do incredible things if they follow their passion. She was the first Indian woman astronaut who broke the stereotype that women can’t go to space and inspired millions to touch space. It reminds me, that there’s no other way than hard work to achieve your dreams. Also, motivates me to do better every day.❞
Swapnil’s Successful Post
❝The post is about my new position at the Space Robotics Laboratory, Tohoku University. I am fortunate enough to get this unique and amazing opportunity to work under the guidance of world-renowned space robotics researcher and professor Kazuya Yoshida. It was my dream to join his team and learn from him about the challenging space robotics field. It is my most successful post because I think my connections know how passionate I am about this field and what this great opportunity means to me. This is one step forward toward my goal.❞