Tech Track Expands the Technical Content of 32nd Space Symposium
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by Megan Owen, Space Foundation Manager – Speakers & Programs
The Technical Track was added to the Space Symposium in 2014, and the program has now expanded to a day and half agenda with more than 35 papers presented and several featured speakers.
One of the key factors to the growing popularity and success of Technical Track is the diverse scale in which ideas and technologies are opened to conversation. Audience members receive the opportunity to expand their space industry knowledge by engaging in dialogue with the technical experts who authored the papers. Topics for this year include Space Systems & Architecture, Government, Science, Communications, Launches and Satellites.
Whether the discussions aides in government acquisitions, entrepreneurs develop their business plan, or aids in scientists and engineers solving problems, the Space Foundation’s Technical Track is bound to be a catalyst for breakthroughs for all audience members. See registration details for Technical Track here.
This article is part of Space Watch: March 2016 (Volume: 15, Issue: 3).
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