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    Title

    Interactive Presentations

    Description

    Authors with an abstract accepted for an interactive presentation will be asked to prepare slides and display them for the duration of the congress on plasma screens. Authors will be assigned to interactive sessions in which they must be near the plasma screens to engage in interactive discussions with other congress attendees.

    Date

    2016-09-28

    Time

    13:15

    Room

    Jalisco Hall C - Exhibition Hall

    IPC members
    • Coordinator: Ms. Lisa Antoniadis, Astrocast SA, Switzerland;

    • Coordinator: Dr. Chris Welch, France;

    papers

    Order

    Time

    Paper title

    Mode

    Presentation status

    Speaker

    Affiliation

    Country

    1

    Strategies to promote women participation in the space community!

    confirmed

    Ms. Anushree Soni

    International Space University (ISU)

    Canada

    2

    STEM Education in Romania via Space-Themed Hands-On Contests for Secondary School Students

    confirmed

    Mr. Virgiliu Pop

    Romanian Space Agency (ROSA)

    Romania

    3

    Building Foundations for International Collaboration through Educational Outreach Initiatives

    withdrawn

    Ms. Lilibeth Mata

    NASA

    United States

    4

    space educational outreach for the African child

    confirmed

    Mr. Tenda Madima

    Parliament of the Republic of South Africa

    South Africa

    5

    The Space Geodesy Center of Matera of the Italian Space Agency as a Space Education Center

    withdrawn

    Mrs. Doreen Hagemeister

    Italian Space Agency (ASI)

    Italy

    6

    The Integrative Design Approach to Lunar Settlement

    confirmed

    Mr. Tomoya Mori

    United States

    7

    Parabolic flight microgravity educational activities in Barcelona: the "Barcelona Zero-G Challenge".

    confirmed

    Prof. Antoni Perez-Poch

    Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (UPC BarcelonaTech)

    Spain

    8

    ESAT, a hands-on training satellite

    withdrawn

    Mr. Ignacio Barrios

    E-USOC, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

    Spain

    9

    Costa Rica Aerospace Camp 2015: experiences and results

    confirmed

    Prof. Leonora de Lemos

    Universidad de Costa Rica

    Costa Rica

    10

    International Cosmonautic Day’s Advantages for Public Engagement in Space

    confirmed

    Mrs. Tatiana Tischenko

    ROSCOSMOS

    Russian Federation

    11

    Yuri's Night Retrospective, the First 16 Years of the World Space Party

    confirmed

    Dr. Alan Steinberg

    Rice University

    United States

    12

    The outreach activity about space development using free magazine


    Ms. Ayano Kido

    Tokyo Metropolitan University

    Japan

    13

    space suits as a hands on educational outreach activity - lessons from the 2015 project of the Israel Space Agency and the Heinlein Prize Trust

    confirmed

    Mr. Tal Inbar

    The Fisher Institute for Air and Space Strategic Studies

    Israel

    14

    PHOS Project: lesson learned from experimenting a Pulsating Heat Pipe on board a Sounding Rocket (REXUS18) and refurbishment strategies

    confirmed

    Mr. Gian Marco Guidi

    Italy

    15

    Igniting Minds through Rocket Science

    withdrawn

    Mr. Gagan Agrawal

    France

    16

    ENABLING THE FUTURE OF “SPACE” IN NIGERIA

    withdrawn

    Mr. OMONZOKPIA EJALE

    NASRDA

    Nigeria

    17

    Promotion of Space Sciences at Undergraduate Level through the lessons learnt from Parikshit Student Satellite Model

    withdrawn

    Mr. Arnav Saikia

    Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal University

    India

    18

    THE DEATH STAR CHALLENGE: AN AMBITIOUS AND MOTIVATING ENGINEERING PROJECT TO PROMOTE ASTRONAUTICS AND TRANSFORM SOCIETY’S VISION ABOUT SPACE RESEARCH

    confirmed

    Prof. Antoni Perez-Poch

    Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (UPC BarcelonaTech)

    Spain

    19

    Challenges in Undergraduate Education for Space Engineering

    Dr. Ugur Guven

    United States

    20

    Noting clouds to learn physics.

    confirmed

    Dr. Martin Hernandez Sustaita

    Mexico

    21

    Space Education and Outreach in Ghana

    withdrawn

    Mr. EMMANUEL PROVEN- ADZRI

    Ghana Space Science and Technology Institute

    Ghana

    22

    Interactive strategies to increase public engagement in Space

    confirmed

    Ms. Bora Aliaj

    International Space University (ISU)

    Albania

    23

    Advanced Robotics and Automation-Human and Integrated Robotic/Unmanned Systems. A new Hybrid Space Education.

    withdrawn

    Ms. SANDYA RAO

    India

    24

    Team SpaceIL - Landing the 1st Israeli Spacecraft on the moon

    withdrawn

    Dr. Ayelet Weizman

    SpaceIL

    Israel

    25

    Russian Kosmos: Imaginary Space Flights

    withdrawn

    Dr. Olesya Turkina

    Russian Federation

    26

    Engaging the Public in Space by Integrating Science and Engineering with the Arts

    withdrawn

    Dr. Jancy McPhee

    SciArt Exchange

    United States

    27

    Space School: JAXA Space Education Program for Secondary Education

    withdrawn

    Ms. Tomoko Ohkubo

    Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)

    Japan

    28

    ARISS as an effective tool to engage middle school students

    confirmed

    Ms. Kimberly Dutour

    University of Alabama in Huntsville

    United States

    29

    15 Years of ARCSSTE-E’S Postgraduate Diploma Programme: Achievements, Challenges and Future looks.

    withdrawn

    Dr. Oladosu Olakunle

    African Regional Center for Space Science and Technology Education in English (ARCSSTE-E)

    Nigeria

    30

    Study on the optimal candy as fuel for hybrid rockets and launching experiment of candy hybrid rocket for space education

    confirmed

    Dr. Yutaka Wada

    Chiba Institute of Technology

    Japan

    31

    The Training Program of Multidisciplinary Design Optimization for Collaborative Spacecraft Design

    confirmed

    Ms. Rong Sun

    Beijing Institute of Aerospace Systems Engineering, China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC)

    China

    32

    Using project based courses as a “First Contact” between students and space technology

    withdrawn

    Mr. Roger Birkeland

    Norwegian University of Science and Technology

    Norway

    33

    Space Photography On the use of photography as popularizer of science. by Cintia Durán

    confirmed

    Ms. Cintia Durán

    Mexico

    34

    Quantum Computing Academy Trains Future Researchers to Optimize Applications for Spaceflight

    confirmed

    Ms. Monica Ebert

    School for Independent Learners

    United States

    35

    The Space Architecture Approach: Teaching to Design and Plan for Space Habitation

    confirmed

    Prof. Olga Bannova

    University of Houston

    United States

    36

    Cosmic College: JAXA Informal Space Education Program

    withdrawn

    Ms. Tomoko Ohkubo

    Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)

    Japan