SpaceCom 2020: Call for Content

SpaceCom 2020 is inviting presentation proposals for the SpaceCom breakout session program to be held November 18-19, 2020. Interested subject matter experts are welcome to submit an abstract via Abstract Submission Form.

Speaking Opportunity Details:

  • Accepted presentations will be included on a session panel on the topic or related topic of the submitted presentations to be held November 18-19, 2020
  • Each session panelist will have an opportunity to make a brief formal presentations, depending on the format and number of speakers on the panel
  • The panel sessions are formatted to maximize audience engagement
  • Each panel is 1 hour in length
  • Conference topic categories are listed below

Submissions Due: April 30, 2020
Speaker Acceptance Notification: No later than June 1, 2020
Presentations will be considered on a rolling basis, so it is beneficial to submit proposals as soon as possible.

Benefits to Speakers:

  • Industry exposure and recognition for the speaker, the organization and the products and ideas that are presented
  • Comp registration: Selected presenters will receive a complimentary full registration for SpaceCom 2020

SpaceCom 2020 Topic Themes:

  • Terrestrial applications of space enabled services
  • Commercial opportunities in Low-Earth Orbit
  • Commercial opportunities in and around the Artemis/Gateway/return to the Moon effort
  • Policy, finance, regulatory, insurance and other factors affecting all three topic themes above

Conference topics include, but may not be limited to:

  • ISS Commercial Utilization: In Space Manufacturing
  • ISS Commercial Utilization: Pharmaceutical and Medical Research
  • International Space Commerce
  • Public Private Partnerships
  • NASA Gateway Program
  • Launch Technology and Services
  • Cislunar (including CLPS)
  • Satellite Servicing & Management
  • Satellite Remote Sensing Applications
  • Satellite Data Analytics
  • Space Policy/Regulations
  • Orbital Debris/Space Traffic Management
  • Nuclear Propulsion
  • Advanced Communications Satellites
  • Cybersecurity
  • Small Satellites
  • Commercial Space Habitats
  • Space Tourism
  • Space Entrepreneurship
  • Space Resource Utilization
  • Satellite Constellations and Implications
  • Human Factors, Space Physiology and Space Medicine
  • Artemis Mission Critical Hardware
  • Insurance in the New Space Economy
  • S. Space Force 
  • Workforce Readiness

Please direct all questions to Steve Wolfe: