Additional plenary speakers are sought

I have inserted below a message from Glen A Robertson, President of the Institute for Advanced Studies, Space, Propulsion & Energy Sciences.

 The pdf file poster for SPESFI 2010 is here.

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Space, Propulsion & Energy Sciences International Forum

February 23-26, 2010

Applied Physics Laboratory – JHU

 http://www.ias-spes.org/SPESIF.html

 All,

 Hope everyone is having a wonderful summer.

 SPESIF-2010 is coming together and abstracts have been coming in as expected, but more is needed.

 I would like to remind you that the initial abstract deadline of 15 July is next week. 

 As this is an initial deadline:

  • For papers: the deadline is extended until 15 August, but I must remind you that your full manuscript must be finalized through our review process by 15 November to be placed in the AIP proceedings.
  • For presentations, there is no deadline as long as room exist in a session. However, for planning purposes, we ask that at least a title be sent in over the next two months to be logged in and assigned to a session.
  • Government employees or contractors under long approval times may also sent in a title to be logged in and assigned to a session.

Additional, plenary speakers are sought for our two Plenary session (30 min presentations):

New Directions in Space Science and Technology


Chair: Glen A. Robertson, President – Institute for Advanced Studies in the Space, Propulsion & Energy Sciences 

For more information contact: Glen A. Robertson

 &

 
Reflections on the First Fifty Years of the Space Age and Prospects
for the Next Fifty: An Astrosociological Assessment

Chair: Roger Launius, Curator – National Air and Space Museum Smithsonian Institution 

For more information contact:Jim Pass

We are also looking for quest lectures (one to two hour lectures) covering any topic related to the Space, Propulsion or Energy Sciences.

These are limited slots, so act quickly.

The Meeting on Future Directions in Space Science and Technology would like to invite (US & Foreign) Universities, College, Institutes, Government Agencies and Industry personnel working in these areas to assemble a session(s) related to their activities. If interested, please contact one of the chairs:

 Program Chair

AAM Delil

AATCS consultant

Kaspischestraat 13

Emmeloord, Netherlands

+31 527617576

adelil@xs4all.nl

 

Program Co-Chair

Michael T Pauken

Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Pasadena, CA

818-354-4242

michael.t.pauken@jpl.nasa.gov

 

Program Co-Chair

Glen A. Robertson

IASSPES

Madison, AL

256-694-7941

gar@ias-spes.org

 

 Attached is the SPESIF 2010 Poster done in MS Publisher 2003 (Please do not modify).

If interested in a 18” X 24” hard copy please respond to this email with your address.

 

More information can be found at http://www.ias-spes.org/SPESIF.html

Or calling the organizing chair at 256-694-7941

 As always your assistance in passing this message is greatly appreciated,

 

Space, Propulsion & Energy Sciences International Forum

Organizing Committee

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About Benjamin Solomon
Ben Solomon is a Committee Member of the Nuclear and Future Flight Propulsion Technical Committee, American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics (AIAA), and author of An Introduction to Gravity Modification and Super Physics for Super Technologies: Replacing Bohr, Heisenberg, Schrödinger & Einstein (with Kindle Version)

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