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Tuesday 12 November

08:45 Opening address Stuart Eves
British Interplanetary Society
09:00 Introduction to RISpace Belfast Robert Hill
KX
10:00 COFFEE BREAK

Delegates are invited to visit the exhibition and view posters

POSTER PRESENTATION DURING BREAK:
The relationship in astronauts between privacy surveillance, health and performance
Drew Smithsimmons (Braided Communications/Cambridge University)

10:30 SESSION: SPACE TRAFFIC CONTROL
10:30 Bringing Massive Derelicts Back to Life – An Alternative Debris Remediation Solution Darren McKnight
Centauri Corporation
10:50 The Space Law Games: Establishing Fault in Orbital Operations Dinz Dinsley
NORSS
11:30 SESSION: THE FUTURE OF SPACE EXPLORATION
11:10 A roadmap for the robotic facilitation of off-world living Alan Smith
University College London
11:30 Influence of launcher cost and payload capacity on asteroid mining profitability Merel Vergaaij
University of Glasgow
11:50 Commercial off-planet communication and navigation services Nelly Offord
Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd.
12:10 Collective Communication Strategies for Space Exploration Catherine Saunders
Ulster University
12.30 LUNCH BREAK

Delegates are invited to visit the exhibition and view posters

POSTER PRESENTATIONS DURING LUNCH BREAK

13:30 KEYNOTE
Steve Gibson, Lockheed Martin
14:00 PANEL: UK Spaceports
15.25 COFFEE BREAK

Delegates are invited to visit the exhibition and view posters

POSTER PRESENTATION DURING BREAK

15:55 SESSION: THE FUTURE OF SPACEFLIGHT
15:55 Macro-scale On-orbit Manufacturing Malcolm McRobb
University of Glasgow
16:15 Pushing Ground-Space Optical Communications to the limit Jaime Reed
CGI
16:35 Feasibility Study of an Extremely Low-Earth-Orbiting Spacecraft (ELEOS) using System-Driven Approach Anatolii Papulov
Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
16:55 SESSION: NOVEL LAUNCH
16:55 A novel concept to reduce operating cost of an expendable launch vehicle using hybrid propulsion system Ali Hassan
National University of Sciences and Technology
17:15 SUPREME as an enabling technology for the next generation of space missions Manuel La Rosa Betancourt
PI Integral Solutions Limited
17:35 Bridging the gap between research and flight: The commercialisation of Superconductor-Based Applied-Field Magnetoplasmadynamic Thrusters (SUPREME) Marcus Collier-Wright
PI Integral Solutions Limited
17:55 Autophage engines for cubesat-scale nanolaunchers Patrick Harkness
University of Glasgow
18:15 Close of Tuesday’s session