Join on the 26th January 2023 the Space Science in Context (SSiC): a FREE online conference that unpacks the social dimensions of outer space.
There will be three panels of invited speakers who will be live in conversation – on Space and the Environment; Space, Technology and Dual-Use; and Labour and Space – packed with wonderful speakers, and two poster sessions of contributions from around the world on how space interacts with local social contexts.
The schedule, programme and more information about SSiC is available online at spacescienceincontext.com, and from Thursday 19th January the prerecorded talks and posters are available online to registrants.
Register for the conference and gain access to their pre-recorded content and the live panels, for free, here.
They will be providing English-language CART for the three speaker panels and one poster room in each session, with auto-captioning available for the poster sessions. Further, all attendees, invited speakers, and poster presenters are required to comply with the accessibility statement and code of conduct. If you would like more information about accessibility, including how to use Zoom’s accessibility features, or safety please reach out to the organisers at spacescienceincontext(at)gmail.com.
Space Science in Context 2023 is only possible thanks to the financial support of the Royal Astronomical Society’s Meeting Grant; and the European Association of Science and Technology Studies (EASST) Fund. SSiC is and will always be free to attend. If you would like to donate to support SSiC and our mission to pay speakers and build accessible, interdisciplinary platforms, consider buying them a Ko-Fi!
We cordially invite you to the Life and Space 2021 conference organized by the Polish Astrobiology Society! The conference will be held on 29/09 – 01/10/2021, and will be held in English. We encourage everyone interested to submit a presentation or poster.
Special guests of the conference will be: Jason Dworkin, PhD (Senior
Scientist, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, NASA), Sara Imari Walker, PhD (Associate Professor, School of Earth and Space Exploration, Arizona State
University; External Faculty, Santa Fe Institute), Prof. Jacek Krełowski
(Professor at Institute of Physics, Rzeszów University), Nils Averesch,
PhD (Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford
University; Center for Utilization of Biological Engineering in Space,
Register via the official website, which contains details of the event and the schedule.
The deadline for registration is 31/08/2021.
Here is the link to the event on Facebook.
You now have until 23.59 CEST on SATURDAY 31st JULY to submit your abstracts for AbGradE 2021: Global edition! 🌍
This is a great chance to present your work alongside peers from all over the world! Join all the attendees who have already registered here
To celebrate its 20th anniversary, EANA is organizing several special events and activities in 2021, one of which will be the EANA outstanding paper award contest.
The winning paper will be awarded a certificate and prize money. The prize money will be handed out to the first author, whereby the certificate will contain the names of all authors and will be sent to all of them.
Registration is open and the deadline for abstract submission is July 31st, 2021, 23:59 (CEST).
Click here to know more about it and good luck to all contestants!
DEADLINE EXTENSION As a result of the interest in our upcoming Space Law and Governance event we are extending the abstract deadline to 23.59 CET on WEDNESDAY 24th MARCH! We have 6 excellent invited speakers confirmed (announcement soon), so this is a great chance to present your work alongside figures from government, industry and academia! Join nearly 100 attendees who have already registered at forms.gle/ydrEMWUUXE2FcDMV6