Several members of Space Enabled will participate the 9th Annual Space Traffic Management Conference in Austin, Texas. Space Enabled Affiliate and MLK Visiting Professor Moriba Jah will serve as one of the hosts for the conference. Dr. Scott Dorrington, postdoc in Space Enabled, will speak on March 2 on a panel for "Nuanced Solutions," based on his work with undergraduate researcher Mauricio Martinez Elizondo on modeling on methods to identify satellites based on data from radars and telescopes. Martinez Elizondo and graduate research assistant Jackie Smith will also attend on behalf of Space Enabled. The full program of events is available here.
The Space Security, Safety, and Sustainability (SSSS) Program at The University of Texas at Austin’s (UT) Strauss Center for International Security and Law and the Cockrell School of Engineering in partnership with the International Academy of Astronautics (IAA), will hold the 9th annual Space Traffic Management conference, “Achieving Space Environmentalism and Sustainability by Creating a Circular Space Economy.” Additional support is provided by NorthStar Earth and Space, Aerospace Policy Solutions, LLC, Slingshot Aerospace, Privateer and Astroscale. The conference will take place on March 01-02, 2023, hosted at The University of Texas at Austin, USA (and livestreamed for viewing only via Zoom webinar).
Experts from all over the world will gather to discuss and exchange on Space Traffic Management. Technical sessions will be devoted to several topics like Circular Space Economy (new), Range Management, Airspace/Orbital Space Integration, Space Safety and Sustainability, Security, Space Environment Effects and Impacts and Related Issues.