Lunar Surface Innovation Consortium Virtual Fall Meeting

Wednesday, October 14, 2020 -Thursday, October 15, 2020

Venue: Virtual (Zoom)

Event Details

Date: Wednesday, October 14, 2020 - Thursday, October 15, 2020

Time: 8:00 PT/11:00 ET

Location: Virtual (Zoom)

Registration is closed.
Abstracts are not being accepted at this time.

Meeting Link:

For issues connecting, please contact Andrea Harman at ams573@alumni.psu.edu.

We are thrilled to share that NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine will present the keynote address at the LSIC Fall Meeting. Administrator Bridenstine will update attendees on the latest developments for the Artemis program. NASA anticipates making important announcements about NASA investments in space technology development throughout the LSIC meeting. It will be an engaging and interactive two days, even in this virtual world. We hope you will join us on October 14 and 15.

Keynote address by

Jim Bridenstine
NASA Administrator

Meeting Information

Day 1 (Oct 14th) will include the address by Administrator Jim Bridenstine and updates from Associate Administrator for Space Technology, Jim Reuter. These talks will be followed with an update on LSII and LSIC. Our virtual host, Arizona State University (ASU), will provide an overview of the work taking place at ASU to expand participation in space. In addition, there will be a panel discussion with NASA program executives about funding, flight, and tech transfer opportunities. The day will conclude with a series of short talks and a poster session to share ongoing tech developments from LSIC community members.

Day 2 (Oct 15th) will focus on systems level concerns for establishing a sustained presence on the Moon, especially in the context of power. The day will begin with an address by NASA LSII Lead Niki Werkheiser presenting the space technology gaps, and will be followed by a panel discussion about power technology, gaps, and infrastructure. Participants will actively define the future through a series of breakout discussions on the challenges surrounding building a sustained presence on the Moon. Different groups will consider scenarios with different scales of power availability and identify expected capabilities and gaps within the given scenario.

Hosting Partner:

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LSIC's overall goal of fostering communication and collaboration among academia, industry, non-profits, and government will be advanced through this dynamic event. Please save the date to join us and add your perspective with other thought leaders and technology pioneers working on development of the lunar surface.

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Agenda

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