New Space mini-Conference 2018

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AIAA LA-LV mini-Conference series

New Space mini-Conference 2018
with featured presentations by (in alphabetical order)
Dr. Fred Barez, CEO & CTO, ASMS Inc.

(Moon Revisited)
(also ASMS exhibition table with VR demo)

Peter Humphries, MSE, & President, 

(Design and Applications of the Universal Module)
(Possibly by Dr. Fred Barez)
(also ASMS exhibition table with VR demo)
David Kaslow, Consultant
(Systems Engineering and CubeSats)
Joyce Liao, M.D. Ph.D., Associate Professor,
Stanford University School of Medicine
(Brain and eye edema and dysfunction in space travel)

Brian Matthews,  MSc., BSc., CEO & President | AddiTec
(Laser-Assisted Metal Additive Manufacturing System for Space Applications)
(also AddiTec exhibition table)
Bethany Orozco, EnCorps
(Inspire The Next Generation of Innovators)
Rod Pyle, Space Author, Historian, Writer
(Space 2.0)
Colonel Charlie Vono, USAF Retired
(Keeping Complex Systems Working for Decades)
(See his website:
Marty Waldman, Space Information Labs
(Spaceport Las Vegas and related Aerospace advances in Clark County)
(and possibly additional 1-2 speakers)
Additec / ASMS Inc. / Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith, Inc. /
Saturday, April 7, 2018
The recent successful launch of Falcon Heavy by SpaceX reminds us that the dynamic entrepreneurial spaceflight sector has arrived, and is here to stay. We’re building on the momentum of Apollo and the shuttle program. However, the bigger picture and long-term impact of NewSpace goes well beyond the headlines. Please join us for this day-long conference, with topics to include:
  • Understand more about NewSpace and its potential impact
  • Understand what NewSpace activities are, and the required skill set for those involved
  • Share the excitement and experiences with those who are engaged in NewSpace activities
  • Learn more about the ongoing NewSpace efforts, their future, and near-term opportunities
  • Bring your questions for speakers and participants–they are there to inform
  • Network with the speakers, experts, aerospace professionals, educators, students, enthusiasts, business professionals, and other attendees
  • (If you would like to have an exhibition table in this event, please contact us with the contact information provided below)
Event Location and Information
Event Location
S-Café (Building S – Cafeteria)
Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems
One Space Park
Redondo Beach, CA 90278
*Next to the Space Park

*West of 405 Hwy, East of Pacific Coast Hwy (1), and South of 105 Hwy
*Please follow the directions & maps on the registration website

Saturday, April 7, 2018,  8:30 am – 4:30 pm (Presentation starts at 9:00 am)
(Ticket sales will end after Thursday, April 5, 2018)
Dress Code
Business/Friday casual (no shorts, closed toe shoes are required).
Contact or (949)426-8175 if any questions

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