Adelaide, September 30 - October 2, 2019
Conference ProgramThe plenary speakers for the conference confirmed this year include:
- 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 (21/09/2019). 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 (details will be available shortly).
The draft program for sessions is below:
PresentationsDetails for delegates are available on how best to prepare their presentation for the conference here.