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The Space Foundation is announcing a Call for Papers for Tech Track presentations to be delivered on April 8, 2019 as part of the 35th Space Symposium (April 8 – 11, 2019). Tech Track sessions offer registrants an opportunity to hear from government and industry leaders in space technology development, and to learn about recent advances from presenters in a series of 20-minute tech talks.
Abstracts will be accepted until November 16, 2018. Authors will be notified of acceptance by January 7, 2019.
Key Deadlines for Authors
November 16, 2018: Abstracts due
January 7, 2019: Notification and detailed presenter instructions sent to authors via email
January 21, 2019: Deadline for authors to confirm attendance
March 25, 2019: Full papers due (submission form here) and Tech Track registration
April 1, 2019: Presentations due (submission formhere)
April 8, 2019: Tech Track presentations at the 34th Space Symposium
Abstracts and papers must cover, or be related to, one of the following topics:
New Gen, New Space, Old Space, Traditional Space, and all sorts of other space—all have a stake in the industry’s future, and all have ideas for how to get there.
Developing the Future Space Workforce
Present and future space workforce challenges and needs. Some examples may be the next generation of space leaders, space education and “STEM and beyond”-related topics for future workforce development.
Space Policy and governance topics, treaties, space policy issues.
All the things people and space probes are doing to find out more about what’s in space, on planets and other heavenly bodies, astronomy, etc.
For those who are conducting business, defense, and civil missions using things in orbit. This could be in-space satellite deployments, in-space manufacturing, etc.
Space Data Products and Services
This would include things like “big data,” new space-originated tech, etc.
Launch vehicles and deployers, current and future activities.
Space Situational Awareness
This includes being aware of objects orbiting the Earth, near Earth objects, space weather, and other things that impact satellite operations and Earth’s inhabitants.
Applied/recommended techniques and lessons learned to reduce risk for those working to get to space, and those working in space.
Proposed Space Technology/Service Solutions to Terrestrial Challenges
An exploration of challenges here on Earth to which space might provide solutions.
Emphasis should be given to recent issues, activities, or emerging technologies.
Past Tech Track presenters ranged in age, profession, and background. Students have presented their ideas at Tech Track, as have engineers, professors, and lawyers. Whether from Europe, Japan, the U.S., or other nations, Tech Track presenters provided valuable information and insight in the challenges they’ve faced and overcome.
The Broadmoor Hotel
1 Lake Avenue Colorado Springs, CO
Colorado Springs Airport to
The Broadmoor via car
The Broadmoor is approximately 15 minutes from the Colorado Springs Airport. When exiting the Colorado Springs Airport, head west toward Milton E. Proby Parkway. Continue straight on Milton E. Proby past Hancock Expressway and then stay in the left lane to exit to South Academy. Follow Academy to I-25 North. Take a slight right to merge onto I-25 North toward Colorado Springs. Take the next exit 138 for Circle Drive. Turn left onto South Circle Drive. Proceed west on Circle, which becomes Lake Avenue, approximately 2.6 miles to The Broadmoor.
Denver International Airport (DIA) to
The Broadmoor via Non-Stop Shuttle
Non-stop shuttle service will be available between Denver International Airport (DIA) and The Broadmoor (via Gray Line).
Rate: $95 per person one way
Departures from The Broadmoor beginning at 4:00 a.m. daily, departing every two hours thereafter through 6:00 p.m.
Departures from DIA to The Broadmoor beginning at 10:00 a.m. daily, departing every two hours thereafter through 10:00 p.m.
Advance reservations are required. For reservations, call transportation at 800-345-8197 or email email@example.com.
Denver International Airport (DIA) to
The Broadmoor via car
The Broadmoor is approximately one and a half hours by car from the Denver International Airport.
Non-Toll Route from DIA
Driving from DIA, you will exit the airport heading out of East/Terminal East Parking. Continue west on Pena Blvd. to the I-225 South exit to Colorado Springs. Continue on I-225 South until I-225 ends (@15 miles) and becomes I-25 South. Continue south on I-25 from metro Denver to Colorado Springs exit 138, Circle Drive. Turn right off of the exit onto Circle Drive. Continue west on Circle Drive, which becomes Lake Avenue, approximately 2.6 miles to The Broadmoor.
Toll Route from DIA
If planning to take this route, please let your rental car carrier know your plan. There may be additional costs added to your contract for using this route.
Driving from DIA, you will exit the airport heading out of East/Terminal East Parking. Continue on Pena Blvd. to E-470 taking the Colorado Springs exit South. Follow E-470 until it intersects with I-25 Colorado Springs and head south on I-25. Continue on I-25 through Colorado Springs to exit 138, Circle Drive. Turn right off of the exit onto Circle. Continue west on Circle Drive, which becomes Lake Avenue, approximately 2.6 miles to The Broadmoor.
The Broadmoor - Airport Shuttle Service
Round-trip and one-way shuttle service is available to and from both the Colorado Springs Airport and Denver International Airport. Service available April 1 through November 29. Reservations are required for guaranteed service. Small children that are qualified to sit on an adult's lap are eligible to ride free (children are qualified if they are able to sit on an adult's lap on an airplane without purchasing a seat.) Fares can be charged to your room.
Airport shuttle fares to and from Colorado Springs Airport are $24 per person one-way. Upon arrival at the Colorado Springs Airport, please check in at The Broadmoor Welcome Desk conveniently located in baggage claim.
Airport shuttle service fares to and from Denver International Airport are $95 per person one-way. Please meet the shuttle at Door 500 in the baggage claim area.
Once your flight plans are finalized, please notify our Transportation Department to arrange your shuttle reservations by calling 719.362.3276.
Parking at The Broadmoor
The Broadmoor parking garage, located on Lake Circle adjacent to The Broadmoor International Center, is $15 per day.
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