First Fusion Forum to be Held in Conjunction with 28th National Space Symposium
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The Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) will present its first Fusion Forum with the goal of becoming an annual event that brings together top young minds from the United States and around world to focus on key space topics. Fusion Forum will take place in conjunction with the Space Foundation’s 28th National Space Symposium, and this year will be held April 15 and 16, the days leading up to the Symposium, at The Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, Colo.
Hosted by the Space Foundation with participation from The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), The Federal Aviation Administration’s Center of Excellence for Commercial Space Transportation and The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Fusion Forum offers the next generation of space sector leaders from government, industry and academia the opportunity to come together to exchange views on current, hot space topics via interactive panels. The program will also allow these top delegates to network with each other as well as with today’s current space leaders, who will be speaking and moderating the panels.
Attendance at this first Fusion Forum is competitive and limited to no more than 50; a diverse group of top-notch, dedicated university students and young professionals in the space sector including government, industry and academia. The application process for Fusion Forum has closed.
For full details about the event, please visit www.spacegenerationfusionforum.org
About the 28th National Space Symposium
The Space Foundation’s annual National Space Symposium brings together all sectors of space to highlight accomplishments and address opportunities and issues facing the global space community today. The Symposium will be held April 16-19 at The Broadmoor Hotel and features forums, panels, presentations, speeches, special events and ample opportunity to hear from and network with the space community’s most influential leaders.
This article is part of Space Watch: March 2012 (Volume: 11, Issue: 3).
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