agenda day two

09:00-09:10

Marianne Vinje Tantillo


Head of Human Spaceflight and Exploration, Norwegian Space Agency

Welcome to day two!

09:10-09:30

Dr. Matthias Maurer


Astronaut, European Space Agency

Going forward to the Moon to stay - an astronaut's perspective

09:30-09:50

Dr. Angel Abbud-Madrid


Director, Center for Space Resources,Colorado School of Mines

The business case for the moon

09:50-10:10

Dr. Mathias Link


Director – International Affairs & SpaceResources.lu,Luxembourg Space Agency

Space resources - the next industrial frontier.Situation report from Luxembourg Space Agency.

10:10-10:30

Kristian Ebbesen Fjelde


Head of strategy development, Global Strategy and Business Development,Equinor ASA

Efficiency is not enough - solving the biggest challenge of our time, together.

PANEL

10:30-11:00

Matthias Maurer, ESA
Angel Abbud-Madrid, CSOM
Mathias Link, LSA
Kristian E. Fjelde, Equinor

Are we on the verge of a new golden era for space exploration and development? What are the biggest barriers for broader cross industrial collaboration and engagement?

MODERATED BY BERNHARD HUFENBACH, EUROPEAN SPACE AGENCY

11:00-11:15 COFFEE BREAK & EXPO

The new moon race - are we really going back to stay this time?

11:15-11:35

Bernhard Hufenbach


Leader of Strategy and Innovation Team, Directorate of Human and Robotic Exploration, European Space Agency

Moon development the next 10 years: Industrial opportunities for many, or research and development for the few?

11:35-11:55

Carlos Espejel


Space & Earth Mine Planning Engineer, iSpace

Julien-Alexandre Lamamy


Engineering Manager, iSpace

Expanding our planet and future - finding and using resources on the moon

11:50-12:10

Dr. C.J. (Onno) Verberne


VP Business Development Space, Nammo Raufoss AS

Norwegian rocket innovation for moon missions

12:10-12:30

Ian Freeman


Associate Programme Officer, United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs

Space traffic growth and complexity - how will it affect the future of multilateral space policy at the UN?

PANEL

12:30-13:00

Marianne Vinje Tantillo, NOSA
Matthias Maurer, ESA
Angel Abbud-Madrid, CSOM
Bernhard Hufenbach, ESA
Julien-Alexandre Lamamy, iSpace
Carlos Espejel, iSpace
Dr. C.J. (Onno) Verberne, NAMMO
Ian Freeman, UNOOSA

 

 

 

Special session: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Our Future in Space, But Were Afraid To Ask

MODERATED BY TWO STUDENT STARS FROM NTNU SPACE

13:00-14:00 LUNCH & EXPO

Special session: SpaceX, Space Norway and the high north

14:00-14:20

Hans Christian Haugli


Head of Innovation and development, Space Norway

New satellites and new capabilities: Space Norway connects the Arctic

Kjell-Ove Skare


Head Strategy and Analysis and Project Director Arctic Satellite Broadband Mission, Space Norway

Living, learning and working in space - powered by Norwegian science and technology

14:20-14:40

Carina Helle Berg


Senior Researcher & Deputy Head, CIRiS – Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Space

10 years of growing food in space - are we ready for moons and planets?

14:40-15:00

Bernt Skeie


CEO, Prototech

New and sustainable energy systems - surviving the Lunar night

15:00-15:15

Nathalie Labonnote


Senior Research Scientist, Architecture, Materials and Structures, SINTEF

3D printing with lunar concrete - an idea from lunatics?

Harald Justnes


Chief Scientist, SINTEF

15:15-15:30

Anna-Lena Kjøniksen


Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Østfold University College

Building a base on the moon? New research in regolith concrete.

15:30-15:45

Felix Gorbatsevich


Managing Director, Pale Blue

Getting ready for the ultimate challenge - the value of advanced computer simulation in training

15:45-16:00

Marius Thorvaldsen


Founder & CEO, Breach VR

Space Potatoes! Preparing for space conquest in Virtual Reality

16:00-16:15 BREAK & EXPO

NASA JPL & KONGSBERG: Exploration beyond the moon & Mars

16:15-16:35

Dr. Knut I. Oxnevad


Systems Engineer, NASA JPL

Descending Through the Ice into the Oceans on Europa and Enceladus: Opportunities for Norway

16:35-16:50

Carsten Haavardtun


Senior Engineer, KONGSBERG DEFENCE & AEROSPACE AS

The right stuff - this is what it takes to go to Jupiter

16:50-17:05

Tom Nordheim


Research Scientist, Astrobiology and Ocean Worlds research group, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Justin Koch


Robotics Mechanical Engineer, Extreme Environment Robotics Group, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Exploring icy ocean worlds in the outer solar system

THE END

17:05-17:15

Ole Dokka


Executive Director, Spaceport NorwayChief Strategy Officer, Conventor

Wrapping up 2019 - announcing 2020!

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