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    Title

    Interactive Presentations - 35th IAA SYMPOSIUM ON SPACE AND SOCIETY

    Description

    This session offers a unique opportunity to deliver your key messages in an interactive presentation on any of the subjects of Space and Society addressed in the classic Sessions. The presentation will be displayed on a digital screen in a dedicated location and available for view by all Congress attendees for the entire Congress week. In addition, one afternoon is dedicated exclusively for the attendees to view the Interactive Presentations, and the author will be assigned a specific ten minute slot to personally present the topic and interact with the attendees present. The Interactive Presentation may take advantage of all electronic display capabilities, such as: PowerPoint charts, embedded hot links, pictures, audio and video clips etc. An award will also be presented to the author of the best Interactive Presentation in the E Category at a special ceremony. An Abstract that follows the standard format must be submitted by the deadline for standard IAC abstracts.

    Room

    IP Area (Hall B)

    IPC members
    • Co-Chair: Mr. Geoffrey Languedoc, Canadian Aeronautics & Space Institute (CASI), Canada;

    • Co-Chair: Dr. Olga Bannova, University of Houston, United States;

    papers

    Order

    Time

    Paper title

    Mode

    Presentation status

    Speaker

    Affiliation

    Country

    1

    lunar concrete with visual indicator of radiation damage

    confirmed

    Ms. Victoria Rodríguez de León

    TECNOLOGICO DE MONTERREY

    Mexico

    2

    Home on the Moon: Integrating Comfort and Innovation in Lunar Habitat Design

    confirmed

    Ms. Adela Moss

    Poland

    3

    Lunar layered base: An exploration of architectural diversity with a Lunar lava tube.

    confirmed

    Mr. Nicolò Zennaro

    Italy

    4

    Concept of a laboratory for researching production under Mars-like conditions

    confirmed

    Mr. Florian Stechmann

    ZARM, University of Bremen

    Germany

    5

    Redefining Human Lunar Habitation through HopShell Volume and Soft Membrane Structures

    confirmed

    Mr. Takashi Mizuguchi

    Japan

    6

    Assessment of the ELPHS Analogue Module Design against the Lunar Design for Repairability Framework

    confirmed

    Ms. Monika Stankiewicz

    University of Adelaide

    Australia

    7

    Beneath the Lunar Surface: A Multi-tiered Atmospheric Pressure Habitat Driven by Bioregenerative Life Support, Habitability, and Modularity

    confirmed

    Ms. Elizabeth Kluzak

    United States

    8

    Development of Digital Simulation of Lunar Environment for Lunar Habitat Design

    confirmed

    Ms. Kim Hansaem

    Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology (KICT)

    Korea, Republic of

    9

    Extended Reality for Human-Robot Collaboration in Lunar Construction: A PRISMA Systematic Review

    confirmed

    Mr. Albert Rajkumar

    University of Adelaide

    Australia

    10

    Architectural narrative driven design for additive manufacturing of permanent outer space habitats.

    confirmed

    Mr. Adrian Trifu

    Austria

    11

    Development of a Model of a Controlled Environment Crop Production System for Optimal Distribution Definition in Deep Space Missions and Analog Stations

    confirmed

    Mr. Oscar Ojeda

    Cydonia Foundation

    Colombia

    12

    In-between: Rethinking Habitability in Lunar Environments

    confirmed

    Mrs. Mariapia Mammino

    Politecnico di Torino

    Italy

    13

    Advancing Modular Underground Architecture for Lunar Habitation

    Ms. Ayse Oren

    Türkiye

    14

    Acyclic framework for identifying causal relationships in habitat design

    confirmed

    Prof. Shu-Yu Lin

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

    United States

    15

    Sustainable life beyond the Earth. How to enhance habitat comfort for space travellers.

    confirmed

    Ms. Nona Zakoyan

    Thales Alenia Space Italia

    Italy

    16

    International Antarctic Station - Insights from the LunAres Analog Habitat

    confirmed

    Ms. Sara Borjanovic

    TU Wien

    Austria

    17

    Modular Lunar Village Concept Design for Long-term Habitation Located in Lava Tube

    confirmed

    Mr. ke yan

    Xi'an Jiaotong - Liverpool University

    China

    18

    The Pedro E. Paulet Mostajo Peruvian Aerospace Museum through Instagram

    confirmed

    Mr. David Villanueva

    Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos

    Peru

    19

    SUPAERO MDRS Analog Mission : Students’ first step into Space

    confirmed

    Ms. Marie DELAROCHE

    ISAE-Supaero University of Toulouse

    France

    20

    LunAres Mission control lessons learned after ICAres-2 Campaign, focusing on accessibility and disability in analog research.

    withdrawn

    Ms. Agata Mintus

    Space is More

    Poland

    21

    nomadic settlements: future mars exploration with ant-inspired swarm robots

    Mrs. Isadora Frutuoso

    Ireland

    22

    GuiApp: Utilizing Global Navigation Satellite Systems in the Tourism Industry

    confirmed

    Ms. Natalia Indira Vargas-Cuentas

    Image Processing Research Laboratory (INTI-Lab). Universidad de Ciencias y Humanidades - UCH

    Peru

    23

    Mexico's Journey in Space Exploration: A Historical Review and Future Prospects

    Mrs. Diana Guzmán

    Mexico

    24

    Integration of Satellite, Drone, and In-situ Data for Precision Agriculture Applications

    confirmed

    Prof. Avid Roman-Gonzalez

    Universidad Nacional de Moquegua

    Peru

    25

    «Proposition for modular space habitat»

    confirmed

    Ms. Christina Balomenaki

    Technical University of Crete

    Greece

    26

    Commercial Space Suit R&D Center "ASTRAX WAER LAB” 2024

    confirmed

    Mr. Taichi Yamazaki

    ASTRAX, Inc.

    Japan

    27

    Haptic Technology For Analog Missions And Space Habitation

    Ms. Tapaswini Sharma

    India

    28

    Rocket Realities: Navigating Social and Ecological Trials in the New Space Era

    confirmed

    Ms. Casey Domingo

    Australia

    29

    Reforesting from air: seeds germination and water rocket prototype development as part of a solution to forest fires in Guanacaste Conservation Area in Costa Rica

    confirmed

    Ms. Stephanie María Leitón Ramírez

    PRIAS Laboratory from the National Center for High Technology

    Costa Rica

    30

    Psychology applied to space analog missions in Brazil: studies with aromatherapy

    confirmed

    Ms. Natalia Hazbun

    Habitat Marte Space Analog Station

    Brazil

    31

    house – habitations organisation for human settlement in extraterrestrial environment. an automised and performance driven framework of modular units layout generation.

    confirmed

    Dr. Zhelun Zhu

    Xi'an Jiaotong - Liverpool University

    China

    32

    Mindfulness experience by analog astronauts in space analog missions in Brazilian Northeast

    confirmed

    Dr. Julio Rezende

    Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte (UFRN)

    Brazil

    34

    Analogue Missions in the Maldives: Concepts, Limitations, and Opportunities

    confirmed

    Mr. Louis Le Breuilly

    Maldives Space Research Organisation (MSRO)

    United Kingdom

    35

    Establishment of a Space Pharmacy Council to Standardize Professional Requirements Specifically Tailored to Preparing Pharmacists for Space Missions

    confirmed

    Mr. Ahmer Raza

    Charles University

    Czech Republic

    36

    A star in North Africa: The role of African Women in the global Space Field, opportunities and challenges

    confirmed

    Ms. AMINA RAMDANE

    Dr Yahya Fares University

    Algeria

    37

    Lunex SpaceHomes Project Innovations and Challenges in Lunar Habitat Development. A Sustainable Future on the Moon through the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI)

    confirmed

    Ms. Ilaria Pia Fiore

    Space Exploration Project group, Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC)

    Italy

    38

    Lunar Oasis: Designing India's first Lunar Analogue Habitat in the White Desert

    Mrs. Aastha Kacha

    AAKA SPACE STUDIO CORP

    India

    39

    Human Agency in the Cosmic Symphony: Exploring the Significance of Individuals in the Grand Scheme of the Butterfly Effect

    confirmed

    Mr. Zygimantas Vainauskas

    University of Leicester

    United Kingdom

    40

    Bringing Space to Earth through impactful cross-sectoral use of Space data and services

    confirmed

    Mrs. Adriana Rad

    European Union Agency for the Space Programme (EUSPA)

    Belgium

    41

    The system thinking games for the understanding the space activity misconceptions

    confirmed

    Ms. Anna Hurova

    International Institute of Space Law (IISL)

    Ukraine

    42

    Lunar Scientific Research Base (LSRB) An analogue habitat proposal for future manned missions

    withdrawn

    Mrs. Alimsha Riyas

    Deep Space Initiative

    India

    43

    Fear and Hope in space storytelling: what science fiction can tell us about public views on space.

    confirmed

    Ms. Leah Farrar

    Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC)

    United States

    44

    Inhabit:Space - Notes on Habitability from Earth to Space and Vice Versa

    confirmed

    Mr. Giacomo D'Amico

    University Mediterranea of Reggio Calabria

    Italy

    45

    Psychology of Isolation and Architecture of Lunar Habitats: Lessons from Space Analogs, Antarctic Missions, and Secure Facilities Design

    confirmed

    Ms. Meriem Allani

    University of Adelaide

    Australia

    46

    Pyroduct: a parametric tool for generating realistic 3d models of Lunar and Martian lava tubes

    confirmed

    Mr. Francesco Axel Pio Romio

    University of Ferrara

    Italy

    47

    Modular Space Manufacturing Concepts and Architectures for a Deep Space Cis-Lunar Infrastructure

    Mr. Paolo Mangili

    University of Houston

    United States