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Program Sessions and Chairs

ISDC covers several broad areas of study related to building a spacefaring civilization, including transportation to and through space, technology needed to live and work in space, spin-off technology, and Earth-based activities to advocate for or educate others about space development. The following is a list of preliminary ISDC 2013 Tracks.

Attention NASA/NSS Space Settlement Design Contest presenters. If you are selected to make an oral presentation, please see your NSS Liaison (Lynne Zielinski) during the conference to find out when you are presenting. Information will be posted ISDC for Student Competitions to prepare you for the conference.


Confirmed Tracks and Special ProgrammingChair/Co-Chair
AsteroidStephen D. Covey
Breakthrough Science and Advanced Space Technology ConceptsBill Gardiner
Emerging Space ApplicationsDr. Stan Rosen
Living in SpaceDr. Sherry Bell, Dr. Bob Krone
LunarDavid Dunlop, Al Anzaldua
MarsBruce Mackenzie, Brandon Larson
Space-Based Solar Power Dr. Peter Schubert
Space Business and PolicyCliff McMurray
Space Enterprise
NSS Roadmap to Space Settlement (& Development)John Strickland
Space EngagementMaria Catalina, David Schrunk
SpaceUp
Transhumanism and Space ExplorationDr. Natasha Vita-More, Karen Mermel


Below is the map showing the meeting room names. Click on the image to enlarge. Please ask our volunteer if you need help locating the room.






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