Space Studies Symposium
Wednesday, May 8 - Thursday, May 9
Please join us for the third annual Space Studies Symposium (S3) event, held in Grand Forks, ND (brought to you by the Dakota Space Society).
More info coming soon!
If you are interested in participating in the symposium in any capacity (presenter or attendee), please complete the Indication of Interest form! This is NOT a commitment to attend, but helps us further gauge who might be coming and from where.
The Space Studies Symposium was conceived as a way to bring the Space Studies community together and tap the exceptional network of alumni and current students to discuss research, develop collaborations and make connections throughout the multidisciplinary fields of space science. It is our goal not only to focus within, but to attract scientists and engineers from without, and in so doing establish UND Space Studies as an epicenter of space science and research.
Content will be solicited from all areas of space science. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Planetary Science/Geology
- Commercial Space Endeavors
- Robotic Exploration
- Astronaut Programs
- Rocket and Propulsion Technology
- Life Support Systems
- In Situ Resource Utilization
- Extreme Environments
- Military Space Endeavors
- International Space Station Research
- Human Spaceflight
- Impact of Space Technology
- Exploration Technologies
- Astronaut Physical and Mental Health
- Space-Related Technology
Abstract submissions are now being accepted.