Presented in Association with the International Institute of Space Law (IISL) and Greenberg Traurig
The SpaceLawandRegulation Track will address pressing issues of spacelawandregulation impacting commercial space activities. Featuring government and industry leaders addressing a range of current issues.
The track will again feature the signature General Counsels Forum and will include a reception hosted by Greenberg Traurig to provide an opportunity for attendees to network.
CLE credit will be provided.
9:30am – Welcome Remarks
Milton “Skip” Smith, Greenberg Traurig
Prof. Dr. Kai-Uwe Schrogl, IISL
9:40am – Regulatory Update
Audrey Allison, The Aerospace Corporation – Moderator
Sabrina Jawed, FAA
Julie Kearney, FCC
Glenn Tallia, NOAA
Janice Starzyk, Department of Commerce
Industry Comments: Caryn Schenewerk, CS Consulting
11:10am – Break
11:20am – Update on the 2023 WRC and Impacts on Satellite Systems
Ethan Lucarelli, FCC
11:45am – The Legal and Regulatory Landscape for Novel Space Activities
Richard DalBello, Department of Commerce
12:10pm – Lunch
1:00pm – Legal and Policy Challenges to In-Space Commercial Activities
Gabriel Swiney, OSC – Moderator
Ian Christensen, Secure World Foundation
Prof. Kai-Uwe Schrogl, IISL
1:45pm – IP Strategy for Emerging Space Domains
Janna Lewis, BAE Systems – Moderator
Dr. Debra Emmons, The Aerospace Corporation
2:25pm – Break
2:40pm – General Counsel Forum
Thomas Ayres, Voyager Space
Hon. Peter Beshar, USAF
Arjun Kampani, Rocket Lab
Iris Lan, NASA
Jessica Noble, ispace inc.
Nathan O’Konek, Redwire Space
Monica Palko, York Space
Robin Ricketts, Lockheed Martin
National Security & Commercial Space:
Mira Ricardel, The Chertoff Group – Moderator
Dennis Burnett, Hawkeye360
Matthew Linton, True Anomaly
5:00pm – Space Law and Regulation Track Reception sponsored by Greenberg Traurig and Hawkeye 360.
Presented in Association with the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
The Space Science track allows for in-depth discussions of a range of space science and research matters. Government and industry speakers will address the NASA science roadmap, Earth and climate science, advanced rockets, exploration initiatives, and space weather.
10:00am – Welcome Remarks
Dipak Srinivasan, JHU APL
10:05am – Astrobiology
Dr. Alexandra Pontefract, JHU APL
10:35am – Climate and Earth Science
Alicia Carey, JHU APL – Moderator
11:20am – Doing Science with Samples from Space
Dr. Nancy Chabot, JHU APL – Moderator
Dr. Masaki Fujimoto, JAXA
Dr. Yang Liu, NASA’s JPL
Dr. Kathleen Vander Kaaden, NASA
12:00pm – Lunch
1:05pm – Welcome Back Remarks
1:10pm – Helio Big Year
Dr. Jim Kinnison, JHU APL – Moderator
Joe Westlake, NASA
1:35pm – Habitable Worlds
Dr. Jason Kalirai, JHU APL – Moderator
Dr. Mark Clampin, NASA
Sara Seager, MIT
Tiffany Wong Hall, Blue Origin
2:20pm – Uranus
Michael Amato, NASA
3:05pm – Break
3:40pm – Are We Ready for Space Weather?
John Hicks, JHU APL – Moderator
Lt. Col. Haley Homan, USSF
4:10pm – Conversation with NASA’s Science Mission Directorate Associate Administrator
The Game Changers Track will highlight disruptive technologies that are making waves in the market. By bringing together distinguished guests from all sectors of the industry, we will be exploring the new and up-and-coming technologies that are reshaping the space industry, which will ensure that this will be a thought-provoking track.
9:00am: Welcome Remarks
9:10am: World Post Starship
Karan Kunjur, K2 Space
Andy Lapsa, Stoke Space
Dylan Taylor, Voyager Space
9:30am: Earth Observation – Sustainability and Carbon footprint
Charlotte Croison, Euroconsult – Moderator
Rob Desborough, Seraphim
Will Marshall, Planet
9:50am: Cloud Computing and AI in the Military Theater
Even Rogers, True Anomaly
Dave Pearah, SpiderOak
10:35am: Coffee & Networking Break
10:55am: Digital Transformation Through the Overall Supply Chain
Johan Aman, Unibap
Phil Carrai, Kratos
Guy de Carufel, Cognitive Space
Alvaro Sanchez, Integrasys
Dan Wright, Armada
11:40am: Satellite-as-a-Service: Navigating Opportunities in Orbit
Carol Craig, Sidus Space
12:00pm: Lunch & Networking
12:45pm: The Power of Processing From Space: In-Orbit Innovations
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