Adelaide, September 30 - October 2, 2019
Conference ProgramThe plenary speakers for the conference confirmed this year included:
- Ms Anna-Maria Arabia (Australian Academy of Science) - "Ten Years, six opportunities: why gender equity in STEM can't be achieved without you"
- Professor Phil Bland (Curtin University) - “FireOPAL: A sovereign Australian space situational awareness solution”
- Dr Sue-Lynn Choy (RMIT University) - “Satellite Navigation Technology: Past, Present and Future”
- Dr Alina Donea (Monash University) - “Advances and results in enhancing and developing helioseismic methods for the space weather predictions”
- Dr Jason Held (Saber Astronautics) - “Responsive Space Operations Centre (RSOC)”
- Ms Isabelle Kingsley (University of NSW) - “Deep impact: how to achieve effective and meaningful space science education and outreach”
- Professor John Le Marshall (Bureau of Meteorology) - The Considerable Benefits of Earth Observations from Space in Meteorology - Status and Future
- Professor Anatoly Rozenfeld (University of Wollongong) - “Innovative radiation sensors for prediction of radiation hazard to astronauts and electronics during space missions”
The program is now ready to peruse here (28/09/2019). The complete version of the program with all abstracts is also available. In 2019 there were over 200 abstracts submitted for review.
This year for day 1 (Monday September 30), we will be partnering with the South Australian Space Forum for content .
The Sessions overview is below. Session chairs or facilitators are shown in red. Downloadable version is here .
PresentationsDue to the large number presentations we will be using a speaker support model at the Conference Centre with technicians to manage the preparation of your presentation for display. The presentations will be copied from a central location and moved to the appropriate sessions machines via network.
For that reason all presentations need to submitted well in advance of the session they appear in in.
People presenting on the Tuesday morning should try to submit their powerpoint presentations by late Monday September 30 for speaker support during the Space Forum sessions.
Detailed instructions for delegates are available on how best to prepare their presentation for the conference here.
It is also possible to email presentations to speaker support instead of in person if they do not exceed 20MB in size. (refer to detailed instructions).
Universities' Supporting the ConferenceQueensland
- Queensland University of Technology
- University of Southern Queensland
- Griffith University
New South Wales
- The University of Sydney
- University of News South Wales
- University of Technology, Sydney
- Macquarie University
- University of Wollongong
- University of New England
- Australian National University
- University of NSW, Canberra
- University of Melbourne
- RMIT University
- Monash University
- Latrobe University
- The University of Adelaide
- University of South Australia
- Flinders University
- Curtin University
- University of Western Australia