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    Title

    New architectural, Strategic and Design Approaches to the Future of Human Space Flight

    Description

    Currently Russia and China can launch people into orbit; and Europe, Japan, and the U.S. are close to human orbital capability along with combinations of commercial and governmental systems. By mid-decade there will likely be three human orbital outposts: the 16-nation International Space Station, a Chinese station, and one or more private stations. As new players arise, the goals of human space flight missions will diversify. No longer just about exploration or science, we will also see missions dedicated to high-end LEO tourism, commercial space servicing, orbital debris-removal, and efforts to industrialise space power in GEO. What will this diversity mean for human space flight? What next challenges must be addressed? Many types of mission scenarios, space flight systems, habitats, technologies, human systems, partnerships, and investment strategies will be needed to meet the complex, inter-related market for space architecture. How will the commercial options and solutions relate to government exploration programmes? What will it mean for humanity to extend its toehold and reach into space? This session of the Space and Society Symposium solicits papers on strategies, architecture, integrated systems, human systems, and humanistic aspects related to planning, designing, implementing, and operating missions that open new possibilities for humans in space.

    Date

    2013-09-25

    Time

    09:45

    Room

    303A

    IPC members
    • Chairman: Dr. Olga Bannova, University of Houston, United States;

    • Chairman: Mr. Brent Sherwood, Caltech/JPL, United States;

    • Rapporteur: Dr. A. Scott Howe, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Jet Propulsion Laboratory, United States;

    papers

    Order

    Time

    Paper title

    Mode

    Presentation status

    Speaker

    Affiliation

    Country

    1

    09:45

    "Less is more"? - exploring design principles of modern architecture in the context of space habitation.

    20'

    confirmed

    Mr. David Wong

    United Kingdom

    2

    10:05

    Research progress in the technology of stratospheric airship

    20'

    Mr. Zhang Ruimin

    China Academy of Aerospace Aerodynamics (CAAA)

    China

    3

    10:25

    How the design of humanized zero gravity toilet benefit space tourists with disabilities

    20'

    confirmed

    Mr. Huai-Chien Chang

    The University of TOKYO, Graduate school

    Japan

    4

    10:45

    Designing mixed gravity exertion games for humans in space.

    20'

    confirmed

    Dr. Sarah Jane Pell

    ESA Topical Team Arts & Science

    Australia

    5

    11:05

    Grand Challenges as a Driver and Unifier of the Global Innovation System

    20'

    withdrawn

    Ms. Jennifer Gustetic

    NASA

    United States

    6

    11:25

    Stakeholder Engagement Strategies: Lessons Learned and Best Practices as Applied to Future Human Space Exploration

    20'

    withdrawn

    Ms. Nicole Herrmann

    ADNET Systems, Inc.

    United States