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ISDC 2013 Programming Schedule for Friday, May 24


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Friday, May 24

8:30 am - 9:45 am
U.S. Congressman Dana Rohrabacher (Bio), "State of Space Address"

Representative Rohrabacher is the U.S. Representative for California's 48th Congressional District. Rep. Rohrabacher is currently serving as the Vice Chairman of the Science, Space and Technology Committee and has also served as a member of the Space and Aeronautics Subcommittee since he first entered Congress in 1989, presiding eight years as Chairman.
Plenary Aventine Ballroom

10 am - 10:50 am
Living in Space Track Room: Athenia B (2nd Floor)
Welcome to Living in Space Track
Dr. Bob Krone and Dr. Sherry Bell, Kepler Space Institute. Track Chairs.
Space Philosophy
Dr. Bob Krone, Provost, Kepler Space Institute
Employees in Space - Protecting their Health
Dr. Bill Tarver, M.D., Medical Director, Clinical Services Branch, NASA Johnson Space Center
Lunar Track Room: Mykonos (2nd Floor)
Welcome & Overview on Lunar Economic Development
Al Anzaldua, Moon Society, Lunar Track Co-Chair
Cislunar Economic Development Foundations
Ken Murphy, President, the Moon Society
Mars Track Room: Delphi (2nd Floor)
Exploring Mars: 100 Years of Discovery
Rod Pyle, TV Documentary Producer, Author/Writer, Educator
Cubesats to Mars
Gary Stephenson
NSS Roadmap to Space Settlement (and Development) Track Room: Portofino
Roadmap Rollout - Media Press Conference / with panel:
Mark Hopkins, Chairman of the NSS Executive Committee
Bruce Pittman, Senior Vice President and Senior Operating Officer, NSS
Stan Rosen, Vice Chairman, NSS Board of Directors
Howard Bloom, Author, Member: NSS Board of Directors
Jeff Liss, Member: NSS Board of Directors
John Strickland, Member: NSS Board of Directors, Track Chair
Space-Based Solar Power Track Room: Palatine
(Remote Presentation) Space Solar Power Cost and Financing
Gordon Woodcock, Boeing Retired; Former President of the L5 Society; Former Chairman of the NSS Executive Committee
Space Solar Power and Energy, Environmental, Economic Challenges
Darel Preble, President, Space Solar Power Institute
Space Business and Policy Room: Rhodes (2nd floor)
Prize Model 2.0: The Business Plan Competition as an Incubator of Space Entrepreneurship Panel
Moderator: Thomas Andrew Olson, Founding Partner, Exodus Consulting Group.
Aaron Kemmer, CEO, Made in Space, Inc.
Bruce Pittman, Senior Vice President and Senior Operating Officer, NSS
Rick Sanford, President, SpaceGroundAmalgam, LLC. Partner, Hudson Fairfax Group

10:50 am - 11 am
Break

11 am - 11:50 am
Living in Space Track Room: Athenia B (2nd Floor)
NASA/NSS Student Space Settlement Contest Presentation
Team TBD
NASA/NSS Student Space Settlement Contest Presentation
Team TBD
Lunar Resources for Immediate Revenue Generation
Charles Radley, VP Projects and Programs, Leeward Space Foundation
Lunar Track Room: Mykonos (2nd Floor)
Planet Moon Project-Update
David Schrunk, President, Quality of Laws Institute. Author
Space Suit Design Development
Paul Graham, Project Director, OpenLuna Foundation, Inc.
Mars Track Room: Delphi (2nd Floor)
NASA/NSS Student Space Settlement Contest Presentation
Team TBD
Concrete Construction on Mars
Brandon Larson, Mars Society. Independent Researcher
NSS Roadmap to Space Settlement (and Development) Track Room: Portofino
Legal Issues of and Barriers to Roadmap Milestones
Jeff Liss, NSS Board of Directors
Applications of Space Technology on and for Earth
Stan Rosen, Vice Chairman, NSS Board of Directors
Space-Based Solar Power Track Room: Palatine
Regulatory Framework for Space Solar Power
Deliana Ernst, Consultant, Rose Line BV
Space Mirrors for Ground Photovoltaic (PV)
Lewis Fraas, President, JX Crystals, Inc.
Space Business and Policy Room: Rhodes (2nd floor)
In-Situ Resource Utilization (ISRU) Roundtable
Chris Lewicki, President and Chief Engineer, Planetary Resources
David Gump, CEO, Deep Space Industries Inc.
Jim Keravala, Chief Operating Officer and co-founder of Shackleton Energy Company Inc.

12:00 pm - 1:50 pm
Howard Bloom
Author and Scientific Thinker. NSS Board of Governors.
NSS Roadmap to Space Settlement Presentation "Gardening the Solar System, Greening the Galaxy"
Lunch Pavilion Ballroom

2 pm - 4 pm
NASA/NSS Student Space Settlement Design Contest Winners Poster Session

2 pm - 2:50 pm
Emerging Space Applications Track Room: Milo (2nd Floor)
Introduction to Emerging Space Applications
Stan Rosen, Vice Chairman of the Board, NSS Board of Directors. Emerging Space Applications Track Chair
Explaining High Capacity Satellites
Ric VanderMuelen, Vice President, ViaSat, Inc.
Living in Space Track Room: Athenia B (2nd Floor)
Moon Arts Group – Project
Dean Professor Lowry Burgess, Professor of Art, School of Art, former Dean of the College of Fine Arts, Carnegie Mellon University
An Artists Home in Space: An Introduction to Kalpana One
Bryan Versteeg, Science Conceptual Artist
The Antecedent Estate of Aether Revisited
Declan J. O'Donnell, Sr., Esq., Lawyer, President, Declan Joseph O'Donnell, P.C.
Lunar Track Room: Mykonos (2nd Floor)
(Remote Presentation) Putting 'Telepresence' on the Moon
Dr. Dan Lester, University of Texas at Austin
Lunar Telepresence as Part of Cislunar and Solar System Infrastructure
Al Anzaldua, NSS Tucson L5 Space Society, Moon Society
Mars Track Room: Delphi (2nd Floor)
Humans to Mars Summit Recap
Gary Stephenson
Atlantis Mars Rover
Ramesh Nidrabingi, Student, MARSE Team
NSS Roadmap to Space Settlement (and Development) Track Room: Portofino
How does a Jig Factory Build a Space Colony?
John Strickland, NSS Board of Directors, NSS Roadmap to Space Settlement Track Chair
Space-Based Solar Power Track Room: Palatine
Space Solar Power Sandwich Module Testing
Paul Jaffe, Electronics Engineer, Researcher, and Integration and Testing Section Head, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory
Conceptual Design on the Sandwich Solar Power Satellite
Nobuyuki Kaya, Dean, Graduate School of System Informatics, Kobe University, Japan
Space Business and Policy Room: Rhodes (2nd floor)
The Deep Space Industries Approach to Sustainable Space Resource Development David Gump, CEO, Deep Space Industries

2:50 pm - 3 pm
Break

3 pm - 3:50 pm
Breakthrough Science and Advanced Space Technology Concepts Track Room: Athenia (2nd Floor)
EDDE: A Revolutionary Spacecraft to make Living in Space Affordable and Safe
Jerome Pearson, President, Star Technology and Research, Inc.
Joe Carroll, Tether Applications, Inc.
Eugene Levin, Star Technology and Research, Inc.
Emerging Space Applications Track Room: Milos (2nd Floor)
NASA/NSS Student Space Settlement Contest Presentation
Team TBD
NASA/NSS Student Space Settlement Contest Presentation
Team TBD
Satellite Remote Sensing of Soil Moisture and Urbanization for Drought, Flood, and Wildfire Applications in U.S. and across the World
S.V. Nghiem, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Lunar Track Room: Mykonos (2nd Floor)
Google Lunar X-Prize Update and Future Prospects
Alexandra Hall, Senior Director, Google Lunar X Prize (GXLP)
Mars Track Room: Delphi (2nd Floor)
NASA/NSS Student Space Settlement Contest Presentation
Team TBD
New Materials for Space Radiation Shielding
Stephen Voller, CEO Cella Energy Ltd.
One Way to Mars
Bruce Mackenzie (Remote), Founder, Mars Foundation. NSS Chapter Committee, former NSS Board of Directors
NSS Roadmap to Space Settlement (and Development) Track Room: Portofino
The Economic and Technical Realities of Reusable Launch Systems
Bruce Pittman, Senior Vice President / Senior Operating Officer, NSS
Paths to Space Settlement
Al Globus, NSS Board of Directors
Space-Based Solar Power Track Room: Palatine
NASA/NSS Student Space Settlement Contest Presentation
Team TBD
NASA/NSS Student Space Settlement Contest Presentation
Team TBD
Attitude and Orbital Dynamics of Space Solar Power
Ian McNally, PhD Researcher, University of Glasgow, UK
Space Business and Policy Room: Rhodes (2nd floor)
Golden Spike and the Next Wave of Human Lunar Exploration
Doug Griffith, Co-founder and General Counsel of Golden Spike Company

3:50 pm - 4 pm
Break

4 pm - 4:50 pm
Breakthrough Science and Advanced Space Technology Concepts Track Room: Athenia (2nd Floor)
Speaker To be Announced
Emerging Space Applications Track Room: Milo (2nd Floor)
Space Weather
Dr. Gerald K.F. Rabl, Professor, Manhattan College, NY
The Evolution of Commercial Markets for Space Resources
Brad Blair, General Partner, NewSpace Analytics LLC
Lunar Track Room: Mykonos (2nd Floor)
Recent Activities of the International Space Society in India
Mitual Dikshit, President, International Space Society
India's Lunar and Interplanetary Missions
Suresh Naik
Mars Track Room: Delphi (2nd Floor)
Fabrication Strategies and Their Simulation at the Mars Analog Hab
John Wilkes, Professor of Sociology, Worcester Polytechnic Institute
NSS Roadmap to Space Settlement (and Development) Track Room: Portofino
An Architecture for Survival
Derek Webber, Director, SpacePort Associates
Design Competition Scenarios: An Ambitious Future Space Roadmap
Anita Gale, Member: NSS Board of Directors
Space-Based Solar Power Track Room: Palatine
(Remote Presentation) Spacefaring logistics to enable SSP
Mike Snead, President, Spacefaring Institute LLC
Propulsion Laser ETO, In-Orbit Transportation
Keith Henson, Founder, L5 Society
Space Business and Policy Room: Rhodes (2nd floor)
A Business Plan For Asteroid Mining Chris Lewicki, President and Chief Engineer, Planetary Resources

4:50 pm - 5 pm
Break

5 pm - 5:50 pm
Lunar Track Room: Mykonos (2nd Floor)
Space Suit Design Development
Paul Graham, Project Director, OpenLuna Foundation, Inc.
A Proposed International Lunar Geophysical Year and Decade 2017 thru 2027
Dave Dunlop, Chair of NSS International Committee
Space-Based Solar Power Track
(This talk starts at 4:55 pm)
Room: Palatine
Emerging Commercial Markets for Space Minerals and Energy
Brad Blair, General Partner, NewSpace Analytics LLC

5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Cocktail Reception at Pool Deck

6:30 pm - 9 pm
Dr.A.P.J Abdul Kalam
Former President of India.
Dinner/Gala Pavilion Ballroom
Dr. Kalam will receive the NSS' prestigious von Braun award. Dr. Kalam's talk is on "Space Solar Power is the Key to a Liveable Planet Earth."
NASA/NSS Student Space Settlement Contest Grand Prize Presentation .


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