Lunar Surface Innovation Consortium Spring Meeting

Monday, April 24, 2023 -Tuesday, April 25, 2023

Venue: Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab

Meeting Overview

The LSIC 2023 Spring Meeting will focus on the United States, NASA, and Space Tech’s vision for a sustained presence on the lunar surface. Panels, discussions, and working sessions will include topics such as long-term use cases for infrastructure on the lunar surface, technology developments, and discussing a community white paper aimed to capture the community’s perspective on the infrastructure and technology developments needed to support transition from a mostly NASA-supported presence to industry or other public or private participants.

Day 2 Keynote Speaker: Pam Melroy, NASA Deputy Administrator


Abstracts Due: 15 February

Registration Deadlines: 10 April (in-person attendance); 17 April (virtual attendance). Registration portal will open soon.

Call for Abstracts

LSIC’s Spring Meetings concentrate on understanding NASA’s plans and technology investments relevant to building a sustained presence on the lunar surface. This year’s meeting will include invited speakers, panels, posters, and breakout discussions. We invite abstracts from the community describing technical capabilities within the six LSIC focus areas, as well as those that identify lunar surface technology needs and assess the readiness of relative systems and components. Other topics of interest include defining the parameters and constraints of the architecture required to support a sustained presence on the lunar surface, as well as economic and policy considerations. Abstracts are limited to one page in length and should be submitted using the template available on the LSIC 2023 Spring Meeting page: Lunar Surface Innovation Consortium ( Abstract presentations are in the form of posters, with a subset selected by the technical organizing committee to also be highlighted in very short (90 sec-2 min) lightning talks. 

Keynote address by

Pam Melroy
NASA Deputy Administrator

Event Details

Date: Monday, April 24, 2023 - Tuesday, April 25, 2023

Location: Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab

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