(AIAA LA-LV) New Space 2019 mini-Conference

When:  Apr 6, 2019 from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM (PT)
Associated with  Los Angeles-Las Vegas Section
AIAA LA-LV Section mini-Conference Series
AIAA LA-LV Apollo XI 50th Anniversary Series
Saturday, April 6, 2019
AIAA LA-LV New Space 2019
mini-Conference
(A joint event among AIAA CSULB, UCLA,USC Student Branches and AIAA LA-LV Section)
with featured presentations by
Dr. Roberta Ewart, Chief Scientist, Space & Missile Systems Center, US Air Force Space Command
(XST, A concept for in space development testing)
James R. French, JRF Consulting
(GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN)
Rod Pyle, Space Author, Historian, Writer
(From First on the Moon to Space 2.0)
Col. Charlie Vono, USAF Retired, AIAA Distinguished Lecturer
(From Evans’ Flour Mill to Commercial Space)
(See his website: charlesvono.com)
(Spaceport Las Vegas and related Aerospace advances in Clark County)
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(Delivering AI to Space)
Mikhail B. Tadjikov, Stephen C. Snow, and Samuel M. Dietrich,
Engineering for Embedded & Specialized Computing Department, The Aerospace Corporation
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(*Special*) Space Debris Control and Cleaning Panel Session, with panelists:
Dr. Kim AaronChief Engineer, Global Aerospace Corporation
Dr. William H. Ailor, Ph.D.Technical Fellow, The Aerospace Corporation
Daniel L. OltroggeDirector, Center for Space Standards and Innovation,
Analytical Graphics, Incorporated
Dr. Christianna TaylorFounder and CEO, Intelligent Space
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and
Various Exhibitors (Please click RSVP & Information button to see)
What?
The recent successful powered flight into space of VSS Unity (SpaceShipTwo) by Virgin Galactic reminds us that the dynamic entrepreneurial spaceflight sector has arrived, and is here to stay. We're building on the momentum of Apollo and the shuttle program. However, the bigger picture and long-term impact of NewSpace goes well beyond the headlines. Please join us for this day-long conference, with topics to include:
  • Understand more about NewSpace and its potential impact
  • Understand what NewSpace activities are, and the required skill set for those involved
  • Share the excitement and experiences with those who are engaged in NewSpace activities
  • Learn more about the ongoing NewSpace efforts, their future, and near-term opportunities
  • Bring your questions for speakers and participants--they are there to inform
  • Network with the speakers, experts, aerospace professionals, educators, students, enthusiasts, business professionals, and other attendees 
  • (If you would like to have an exhibition table in this event, please contact us with the contact information provided below)
Where?
Hawthorne Memorial Center (Venus Room)
3901 W El Segundo Blvd
Hawthorne, CA 90250  
(Right behind SpaceX)(next to Costco)
(Nearby Crossroad: Rosecrans Blvd. and Prairie Ave.)
(South of 105 Hwy, East/North of 405, West of 110 Hwy) 
Parking
Free on-site parking front and backside (backside parking lot to be entered from Prairie Ave.)
When?
Saturday, April 6th, 2019, 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM (Presentation starts at 9:00 AM)
(Ticket sale will end after Thursday, April 4th, 2019)
Dress Code
Business Casual
If any questions, please contact
AIAA CSULB Student Branch,
AIAA UCLA Student Branch,
AIAA USC Student Branch,
AIAA LA-LV Education/STEM K-12 Chair, LA, or
AIAA LA-LV Events/Program Chair, LA
events.aiaalalv@gmail.com or (949)426-8175
Coordinating Organization: 
AIAA CSULB Student Branch,
AIAA UCLA Student Branch,
AIAA USC Student Branch, and

Location

Hawthorne Memorial Center (Venus Room)
3901 W El Segundo Blvd
Hawthorne, CA 90250
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Contact

Events/Program Chair, LA
310744212/9494268175
events.aiaalalv@gmail.com