SPACE SYMPOSIUM AGENDA

Track: Affiliated Event

Saturday, April 2, 2022

Saturday, April 2, 2022

10:30 am - 6:15 pm

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Location: Cheyenne Lodge

Space Generation Fusion Forum 2022

Held annually in scenic Colorado Springs in conjunction with the Space Symposium, the Space Generation Fusion Forum is a three-day, high-intensity, fast-paced professional development and networking event focused on the international and US space industry. Delegates are students and young professionals (ages 18-35) from around the world and various facets of the space sector including science, engineering, law/policy, business/commerce, medicine, media, military, and government. Through breakout sessions, expert panels, keynote presentations, and interactive activities, these selected delegates will “fuse” their unique perspectives and backgrounds to formulate solutions to global problems of interest and importance to the space community.

In 2022 the SGFF runs virtually on March 19 and then in a hybrid format on April 1-4 in Colorado Springs, USA. The deadline for applications was on January 10. Further information can be found on the website: https://spacegeneration.org/sgff-2022

Space Generation Fusion Forum is restricted to registered delegates and invited speakers. It is closed to media and other affiliated press.

Separate Registration or Purchase Required

Sunday, April 3, 2022

Sunday, April 3, 2022

8:00 am - 6:45 pm

Track:

Location: Cheyenne Lodge

Space Generation Fusion Forum 2022

Held annually in scenic Colorado Springs in conjunction with the Space Symposium, the Space Generation Fusion Forum is a three-day, high-intensity, fast-paced professional development and networking event focused on the international and US space industry. Delegates are students and young professionals (ages 18-35) from around the world and various facets of the space sector including science, engineering, law/policy, business/commerce, medicine, media, military, and government. Through breakout sessions, expert panels, keynote presentations, and interactive activities, these selected delegates will “fuse” their unique perspectives and backgrounds to formulate solutions to global problems of interest and importance to the space community.

In 2022 the SGFF runs virtually on March 19 and then in a hybrid format on April 1-4 in Colorado Springs, USA. The deadline for applications was on January 10. Further information can be found on the website: https://spacegeneration.org/sgff-2022

Space Generation Fusion Forum is restricted to registered delegates and invited speakers. It is closed to media and other affiliated press.

Separate Registration or Purchase Required

Monday, April 4, 2022

Monday, April 4, 2022

8:00 am - 12:10 pm

Track:

Location: Cheyenne Lodge

Space Generation Fusion Forum 2022

Held annually in scenic Colorado Springs in conjunction with the Space Symposium, the Space Generation Fusion Forum is a three-day, high-intensity, fast-paced professional development and networking event focused on the international and US space industry. Delegates are students and young professionals (ages 18-35) from around the world and various facets of the space sector including science, engineering, law/policy, business/commerce, medicine, media, military, and government. Through breakout sessions, expert panels, keynote presentations, and interactive activities, these selected delegates will “fuse” their unique perspectives and backgrounds to formulate solutions to global problems of interest and importance to the space community.

In 2022 the SGFF runs virtually on March 19 and then in a hybrid format on April 1-4 in Colorado Springs, USA. The deadline for applications was on January 10. Further information can be found on the website: https://spacegeneration.org/sgff-2022

Space Generation Fusion Forum is restricted to registered delegates and invited speakers. It is closed to media and other affiliated press.

Separate Registration or Purchase Required

Monday, April 4, 2022

10:00 am - 11:30 am

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Location: Broadmoor Theater

Space Law 101

In Space Law 101, you will learn about the key principles of international space law and obtain an overview of U.S. space law.  We will also briefly address space laws of other countries.  Lawyers may obtain CLE credit for attending and non-lawyers will gain a broad understanding of the laws impacting their industry.  

Session will be taught by:

  • Dennis Burnett
  • Brian Israel

Monday, April 4, 2022

1:15 pm - 5:15 pm

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Location: Broadmoor West: Ballroom

Space Law Workshop

The International Institute of Space Law will again sponsor a Space Law Workshop Monday afternoon.  This program will focus on key legal issues impacting the commercial space industry and will conclude with a General Counsel Forum including the top lawyers from industry and government agencies.  The Workshop is open for a separate registration fee to Symposium attendees.  Continuing legal education credit will be available.

37th Space Symposium registration is not included. If interested in attending the Symposium speaking sessions and/or exhibit centers, you must purchase registration here: REGISTRATION PORTAL

AGENDA:

1:15 – 1:20 PM – Introductions and welcome

    • Skip Smith, Sherman & Howard
    • Dr. Kai-Uwe Schrogl, President of the International Institute of Space Law

1:20 – 1:35 PM – Commercial Space Policies & Perspectives

    • Dr. Diane Howard, Director of Commercial Space Policy at the National Space Council

1:35 – 2:45 PM – Legal Issues Presented by the Artemis Accords

    • Marco Ferrazzani, Chief Legal Officer, European Space Agency (ESA)
    • Mike Gold, Redwire Space
    • Dr. Kai-Uwe Schrogl, President of the International Institute of Space Law
    • Gabriel Swiney, Senior Policy Advisor, NASA

2:45 – 3:55 PM – Legal Issues Presented by Commercial Space Stations

    • Kelly Garehime, General Counsel, Sierra Space
    • Brian Israel, Associate General Counsel for International Law, NASA
    • Jessica Noble, General Counsel, Nanoracks
    • Alicia Woodley, Chief Counsel & Corporate Operations, Axiom Space

3:55 – 5:15 PM – General Counsel Forum

    • The Forum will include GCs from: European Space Agency (Marco Ferrazzani), Lockheed Martin Space (Robin Ricketts), Maxar (Jim Lee), ULA (Sondra Barbour), Voyager Space Holdings (Tom Ayres), Spaceport America (Melissa Force), Hawkeye360 (Dennis Burnett), York Space (Monica Palko), Aerojet Rocketdyne Space (Amanda Rutenberg), Axiom Space (Alicia Woodley), Sierra Space (Kelly Garrehime), Momentus (Paul Ney) and Nanoracks (Jessica Noble). Topics of discussion will include: non-traditional business models for commercial space, large constellations and space traffic management, SPACS, Spaceport developments, intellectual property, and more. 

5:15 – 6:15 PM – Reception co-sponsored by Sherman & Howard and HawkEye 360

Separate Registration or Purchase Required

 

 

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