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30th Space Symposium
May 19-22, 2014 · Colorado Springs, Colorado USA

Technical Track

A new addition to the annual Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, Colo., Tech Track sessions offer registrants an opportunity to hear from some of the government and industry leaders in space technology development and to learn about recent advances from presenters in a series of 20-minute tech talks.

Tech Track industry and military/government registration includes one ticket to The Technology Luncheon: Where New Gen and the Tech Community Intersect on Wednesday and admission to the Boeing Exhibit Center and Symposium sessions on Thursday. Symposium registration includes Tech Track presentations and panels but does NOT include a ticket to The Technology Luncheon: Where New Gen and the Tech Community Intersect; tickets for this event may be purchased separately.

 

 

Agenda: Technical Track

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Tech Track
Separate Reg. or Purchase
Location: Broadmoor West: Rocky Mountain Ballroom
Panelists:

Robert S. Cox (Colonel, USAF, Ret.)

Director, National Space Technology Applications
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Kathryn Lueders

Acting Program Manager
NASA's Commercial Crew Program
Tech Track
Separate Reg. or Purchase
Location: Broadmoor West: Rocky Mountain Ballroom
Featured Speaker:

S. Alan Stern, Ph.D.

Principal Investigator, New Horizons Pluto-Kuiper Belt mission
Southwest Research Institute
Tech Track
Separate Reg. or Purchase
Location: Broadmoor West: Rocky Mountain Foyer
Co-sponsor:
Tech Track
Separate Reg. or Purchase
Location: Broadmoor West: Rocky Mountain Ballroom A

David Barnhart, Program Manager, DARPA
"Creating a Sustainable Assembly Architecture for Next-Gen Space: The Phoenix Project"

Aaron Q. Rogers, Program Manager, The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
"Small Satellite Initiatives: Building on Success"

Matthew Daniels, Ph.D. Candidate, Stanford University
"Satellite Architecture Choices: Single Bus or Distributed Constellation? Quantitative Analysis of an Example Geosynchronous Imaging System"

Walter Holemans, Chief Engineer, Planetary Systems Corporation
"Canisterized Satellite Dispenser (CSD) As A Standard For Integrating and Dispensing Hosted Payloads on Large Spacecraft and Launch Vehicles"

Tech Track
Separate Reg. or Purchase
Location: Broadmoor West: Rocky Mountain Ballroom B

Brendan Houlton, Lead Deployment Engineer - SSA, Analytical Graphics, Inc.
"Commercial Space Operations Center (ComSpOC): A Commercial Alternative Space Situational Awareness (SSA)"

Col Rex R. Kiziah, USAF, Permanent Professor and Head, Department of Physics, United States Air Force Academy
"Exploration of Wide-Field Optical System Technologies for Sky Survey and Space Surveillance"

Lt Col Travis Blake, USAF, Ph.D., Program Manager, DARPA
"OrbitOutlook: Data-centric Competition Based Space Domain Awareness (SDA)"

Capt George Sondecker, USAF, SENSE Program Manager, USAF Space and Missile Systems Center
"SENSE: The Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center's CubeSat Demonstration for Space Environmental Monitoring"

Tech Track
New Generation Space Leaders
Separate Reg. or Purchase
Location: Broadmoor West: Rocky Mountain Ballroom C & D
Corporate Host:

Michael Kostelnik (Major General, USAF, Ret.)

Vice President, Space
Airbus Group
Featured Speaker:

Richard DalBello

Assistant Director, Space and Aeronautics
Office of Science and Technology Policy, Executive Office of the President
Co-sponsor:
Tech Track
Separate Reg. or Purchase
Location: Broadmoor West: Rocky Mountain Ballroom
Featured Speaker:

Col. Neal Barlow, USAF, Ph.D.

Chief Scientist
Air Force Space Command
Tech Track
Separate Reg. or Purchase
Location: Broadmoor West: Rocky Mountain Ballroom
Panelists:

Michael Bergen

Senior Associate
Toffler Associates

Sean Page

Senior Associate
Toffler Associates
Tech Track
Separate Reg. or Purchase
Location: Broadmoor West: Rocky Mountain Ballroom B

Dale Ketcham, Chief of Strategic Alliances, Space Florida
"Is Exploration better served with NASA as its own Landlord, or as a Priority Tenant?"

Col Rex R. Kiziah, USAF, Permanent Professor and Head, Department of Physics, United States Air Force Academy
"Air Force Academy Department of Physics Space Technologies Development and Research"

Rodney Liesveld, Senior Advisor, Strategy and Policy Formulation, Office of Administrator, NASA HQ
"U.S. Space Industrial Base 'Deep Dive' Assessment"

Daniel Lim, Vice President of Corporate Outreach, TriSept Corporation
"Defining a Roadmap to Bringing the US Space Industry Back to Health"

LeAnn Brasure, Senior Scientist, Schafer Corporation
"HEL Weapon Laser Deconfliction Safety: Bridging the Gap for Fielding Operational Systems"

Tech Track
Separate Reg. or Purchase
Location: Broadmoor West: Rocky Mountain Ballroom A

Martin Coleman, Executive Director, Satellite Interference Reduction Group
"Fighting Satellite Interference with Technology"

Roger Franklin, Chief Executive Officer, Crystal Solutions
"Automating Remote Systems"

Gary Oleson, Senior Engineer, TASC
"Relaxed Mass Limits"

Edmund Burke, Chief Executive Officer, Space Information Labs
"Aerospace Scalable, Modular, and Reconfigurable Technology to bring innovation and affordability"

Rodrigo Gomez, Chief Technology Officer, TrustComm Inc.
"Meeting Global Demand for Assured Mobile Satellite Services"

Howard Pace, Chief Strategy Officer, ViaSat Inc.
"The Impact of Mass Market Satellite Broadband On US DoD SatCom Strategies"