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    Title

    Is Space R&D Truly Fostering A Better World For Our Future?

    Description

    This session solicits papers for a panel discussion focusing on the distinct benefits to society from products derived from space research and development (R&D). The goal of this session is to examine and discuss cases of both emerging and established goals, best practices, and associated outcomes of knowledge sharing, technology transfer, and technology commercialization programs as they relate specifically to societal benefits. Presenters will identify distinctive ways their organizations are promoting the relevance of space R&D to diverse societies. Attendees will develop a broader awareness of how they can also identify and promote the benefits of space R&D in order to influence broader support of space R&D investments. Panel Members are asked to introduce novel practices which: - Increase attendee understanding of how innovations resulting from space R&D have changed, and will continue to change, the world. - Promote productive thinking about optimizing space R&D investments in order to maximize societal benefits. - Increase the understanding of technology transfer policies and practices for both space and non-space utilization. - Demonstrate the correlation and synergies between technology transfer and STEM education for interdisciplinary space careers and technical entrepreneurship. - Measurably demonstrate the impact of innovation derived from space R&D when transferred into new products, services and processes.

    Date

    2019-10-22

    Time

    14:45

    Room

    145A

    IPC members
    • Co-Chair: Prof. Olga Bannova, University of Houston, United States;

    • Co-Chair: Ms. Nona Minnifield Cheeks, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Goddard Space Flight Center, United States;

    • Rapporteur: Dr. Anna Barbara Imhof, Liquifer Systems Group (LSG), Austria;

    papers

    Order

    Time

    Paper title

    Mode

    Presentation status

    Speaker

    Affiliation

    Country

    1

    14:45

    What horticulture and space exploration can learn from each other: the Mission to Mars initiative in the Netherlands

    15

    confirmed

    Dr. Angelo C.J. Vermeulen

    Delft University of Technology (TU Delft)

    The Netherlands

    2

    15:00

    Sustainability versus Exponential Growth in In-Situ Resource Utilization (ISRU) Research Agendas

    15

    confirmed

    Ms. Tamara Alvarez

    United States

    3

    15:15

    Private Sector Empowerment for Domestic Long-Term Sustainable Space Development

    15

    confirmed

    Dr. Nammi Choe

    Korea Aerospace Research Institute (KARI)

    Korea, Republic of

    4

    15:30

    The New Global Governance in the Aerospace Industry: New technological capabilities in Brazil, China and Canada

    15

    confirmed

    Ms. Sofía Andrea Huerta Ramírez

    Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

    Mexico

    5

    15:45

    Space Technology with Systems Theory – Benefit to Society

    15

    confirmed

    Dr. Sias Mostert

    Space Commercial Services Holdings (Pty) Ltd

    South Africa

    6

    16:00

    Space R&D to enhance live in emerging space countries in Africa and Latin America

    15

    confirmed

    Dr. Annette Froehlich, LL.M., MAS

    European Space Policy Institute (ESPI)German Aerospace Center (DLR)

    Austria

    7

    16:15

    Increase Quantum Computing Technology Readiness Level through experimentation in space

    15

    confirmed

    Dr. Giuseppe Correale

    The Netherlands

    8

    16:30

    Analysis and perspectives of the space sector in public policy of science, technology and innovation in Mexico: recommendations from young students and professionals

    15

    confirmed

    Ms. Tania María Robles Hernández

    Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC)

    Mexico

    9

    16:45

    Value generation through public procurement of innovative Earth Observation applications: service-dominant logic perspective

    15

    Mr. Tõnis Eerme

    University of Tartu

    Estonia

    10

    17:00

    The Business-Oriented Advanced Technology Luxembourg Space Resources Research Center (LS2RC)

    15

    confirmed

    Dr. Mathias Link

    Luxembourg Ministry of the Economy

    Luxembourg

    11

    17:15

    Roadmap to responsible and sustainable building on Mars

    15

    confirmed

    Ms. Agata Mintus

    Delft University of Technology

    The Netherlands

    12

    17:30

    Women, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and the R&D Investment to Improve the Aerospace Technology in the Developing World. Case Study: El Salvador and Gender Equality

    15

    confirmed

    Dr. Luis Alfaro

    EL Salvador Aerospace Institute (ESAI)

    El Salvador