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    Title

    Entrepreneurship and Innovation: The Practitioners' Perspectives

    Description

    This session will contain a broad spectrum of entrepreneurship presentations from the perspective of the practitioner. Suggested topics that are suitable for this session can be at any level of analysis and deal with any aspect of entrepreneurship or innovation. Levels of analysis span a wide range, including (from macroscopic to microscopic): • the space industry (aka the "field" level of analysis) • an entire industry sector (aka the "community" level, e.g., space transportation), or a broad category of industry capability (e.g. Propulsion) • an industry segment or sub-sector (aka the "population" level, e.g., human suborbital), or a more specific industry capability (e.g., liquid rockets, or solid rocket motors) • an individual firm (aka the "organization" level) • a portion of a firm, or a group of individuals within a firm (aka the "sub-unit" level) • an individual (unsurprisingly referred to as the "individual" level) Example topics that would be suitable for this session include descriptions of new market sectors, new businesses, new business plans, new projects, recent experiences of start-up companies, etc. ABSTRACT GUIDELINES: The submitted abstract should not exceed one page (approximately 300-400 words). The purpose of an abstract is to enable the abstract evaluation and paper selection committee to understand the essential hypothesis, method and findings of the research. Do not use telegraphic phrases. Do not repeat information given in the title. Do not use abbreviations.

    IPC members
    • Co-Chair: Dr. Juergen Drescher, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. (DLR), Germany;

    papers

    Order

    Time

    Paper title

    Mode

    Presentation status

    Speaker

    Affiliation

    Country

    1

    Skolkovo Foundation’s ten years of efforts to build sustainable private space sector in Russia

    Mr. Ivan Kosenkov

    Skolkovo Foundation

    Russian Federation

    2

    EO-based services for the fisheries domain

    withdrawn

    Ms. Inês Castelão

    Portugal

    3

    A commercial and technical assessment of a Lunar Communications Constellation

    Mr. Carlos Manuel Entrena Utrilla

    Spain

    4

    Commercial Incentives for Debris Removal Services

    10

    confirmed

    Ms. Harriet Brettle

    Astroscale Ltd

    United Kingdom

    5

    An economical breakthrough to come with the 4th wave revolution brought by "Virtual Globe" observing systems

    Mr. Jean-Pierre Antikidis

    France

    6

    The Application of the Blockchain Technology to the Space Industry

    10

    confirmed

    Mrs. Héloïse Vertadier

    1) University of Otago (New Zealand)

    France

    7

    the unified product and component portal for the rocket and space industry

    10

    confirmed

    Ms. Oksana Grigorieva

    JSC Glavkosmos

    Russian Federation

    8

    INVESTMENT AND MONETIZATION OF EARLY STAGE LUNAR SURFACE EXPLORATION MISSIONS

    10

    confirmed

    Mr. Pavlo Tanasyuk

    Spacebit Global Ltd

    United Kingdom

    9

    Fostering the UAE Space Ecosystem: The Global Space Industry Accelerator (GSIA)

    10

    confirmed

    Mr. Naser AlRashedi

    UAE Space Agency

    United Arab Emirates

    10

    The Developement of an SME in the Space Business

    10

    confirmed

    Dr. Dirk-Roger Schmitt

    DLR (German Aerospace Center)

    Germany

    11

    Economically Viable Lunar Businesses with Relatively Low Capital Expenditures

    10

    confirmed

    Dr. Thomas Colvin

    IDA Science and Technology Policy Institute

    United States

    12

    Governments Enabling Emerging Space Companies to Succeed

    withdrawn

    Mr. Gary Martin

    International Space University (ISU)

    United States

    13

    The Role of Design in the Entrepreneurial Space Industry

    withdrawn

    Dr. Raffi Tchakerian

    United Arab Emirates

    14

    A BUSINESS CASE ANALYSIS FOR 2ND GENERATION POINT-TO-POINT SUBORBITAL TOURISM AND RESEARCH SPACEFLIGHTS

    10

    confirmed

    Mr. Charles Lauer

    Rocketplane Global, Inc.

    United States