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Reinventing Space 2016

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Highlighting the trends that will define space enterprise a decade from now

The 14th Reinventing Space Conference was held between Monday 24 and Thursday 27 October at the Royal Society in London, England.

The focus of the 2016 conference was on how technology trends are leading to the increasing commercialisation of space, including low cost launch systems, mega-constellations, and a range of novel satellite applications, both in LEO and beyond.

RISpace brings together industry, agency, government, financiers, academia and end users in the unparalleled, catalytic environment of a major London scientific institution. The conference and exhibition was organised by the British Interplanetary Society.

 

About the 2016 conference

Keynotes

 

 keynote-crowther Richard Crowther
Chief Engineer
UK Space Agency
 keynote-grant Jeff Grant
Vice President and General Manager of Space
Northrop Grumman
 keynote-green Jim Green
Director
NASA Planetary Science Division
 keynote-huby Hélène Huby
Head of Innovation Management
Airbus DS
  Luce Fabreguettes
Senior VP, Missions
Arianespace
 stofan Ellen Stofan
Chief Scientist
NASA
 tumlinson Rick Tumlinson
Founder
New Worlds Institute
 keynote-wadey Phil Wadey
Executive Director
Space Data Association
woerner Johann-Dietrich Wörner
Director General
European Space Agency

 

 

 


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The 2016 venue

The Royal Society, our 2016 venue, was located at 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AG, United Kingdom.

 


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2016 Call For Abstracts

Guidelines about submitting your paper may be found here. The Call For Papers for the 14th Reinventing Space (RIspace) conference opened on Monday 29 February 2016 and closed, after a three week extension was agreed by the Programme Committee, on Friday 8 July 2016. Papers were invited at RIspace on topics including:- Near Earth Activities …

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2016 registration

Onsite registration starts at 12:30 on Monday 24 October You may still book Day Tickets online ahead of the day you wish to attend NOTE: The “glitch” which prematurely closed Day Ticket purchases has been fixed. You may buy the following tickets for the 14th Reinventing Space Conference to be held between Monday 24 October …

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2016 venue

The Royal Society, our 2016 venue, is located at 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London SW1Y 5AG, United Kingdom. The Royal Society is a Fellowship of the world’s most eminent scientists and is the oldest scientific academy in continuous existence. Founded in the 1660s, it is the national academy of science in the United Kingdom. The …

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2016 paper submission

Authors who have had papers approved for oral or poster presentation must submit their completed papers to papers@rispace.org on or before 9 October 2016. Papers should be provided in PDF format with the cover sheet supplied below. Oral presentations Oral presenters have been assigned a slot for presentation – please see the conference schedule. Poster …

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2016 accommodation

 There are many accommodation options in London during October. You can use this booking.com link to access them. The booking.com search shows hotels which are within easy reach of the Royal Society, are in all budget ranges. Our venue, The Royal Society, is in the St James’s area of London and its address is 9 …

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2016 sponsorship

The 14th Reinventing Space conference and exhibition (RISpace) took place between Monday 24th and Thursday 27th October 2016.   RISpace 2016 sponsorship brochure (October) About RISpace 2016 The focus of the 2016 conference was on how technology trends are leading to the increasing commercialisation of space, including low cost launch systems, mega-constellations, and a range of novel …

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2016 programme

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