Abstract submission will close on Sunday, April 4th, 2020.
Calling for abstracts by students and professionals. 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
We will accept as many submissions as time allows. Presenters will be notified that they are accepted no later than April 11th, 2020. An abstract template can be downloaded here.
Presented work can be from many sources, including: academic research, professional research, industry occupations, engineering projects, etc. Research does not have to be completed at the time of the presentation. Professionals working in the space fields are encouraged to present their work.
S3 offers an opportunity for in-person oral presentations; a 10-15 minute spoken presentation followed by a short question period.
Contact Email: SpaceStudiesSymposium@gmail.com