19th REINVENTING SPACE CONFERENCE – Bristol, UK
STRATEGIC FOUNDATIONS FOR NEW SPACE
Reinventing Space will take place on 28th to 29th November 2022 at Aerospace Bristol Museum and Conference Centre, in Bristol, with the Gala Dinner and Sir Arthur Clarke Awards taking place on 29th November 2022.
Call for Papers has closed – Any queries relating to abstract submissions should be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Organised by the British Interplanetary Society, Reinventing Space is a conference and exhibition dedicated to advancing humanity’s future capabilities in space and highlights the trends that will define space enterprise a decade from now. Each year, the conference brings together a network of innovators from industry, agency, government, financiers, academia and end users to present and discuss the key challenges and opportunities for future space leadership and growth.
Aerospace Bristol – Museum and Conference Centre, Hayes Way, Patchway, Bristol, BS34 5BZ, UK
The theme for the 19th Reinventing Space conference is Strategic Foundations for New Space, and will focus on the ‘building blocks’ and the critical pathways that will take us from where we are today, towards future improved utilisation of space. The conference will include presentations and panel sessions across key topics on ground and space-based infrastructure and operations, linking humanity’s longer-term aspirations for how space can be used, and for the benefit of life on Earth. This year’s conference runs across two consecutive days, with the option to attend either or both days. Each day will consist of a combination of talks from selected presenters as well dedicated panel sessions and Keynote talks from invited speakers on key topics to each day’s theme.
Day 1 – Strategic Foundations – key enablers, emerging capabilities, technologies/systems, services and infrastructure that form the ‘building blocks’ for New Space.
Day 2 – Space Energy Applications – opportunities and challenges for providing and harnessing energy in space for in-space or terrestrial power applications.