Engineers Australia and Space Policy Unit Support Student Participation at the 10th Australian Space Science Conference
September 27 - 30, 2010
Conferences, such as the Australian Space Science Conference, are a great way for university students to learn more about the Australian space industry and network with the community. To encourage student participation, the Engineers Australia National Committee for Space Engineering and the Space Policy Unit are providing a registration subsidy for the first 60 post and undergraduate students who register.
The 10th Australian Space Science Conference (ASSC) will be held at the University of Queensland in Brisbane. This conference is jointly sponsored and organised by the National Committee for Space Science (NCSS) and the National Space Society of Australia (NSSA). It welcomes space scientists, engineers, educators, and workers in Industry and Government. This year’s ASSC will run in conjunction with the NCSS’s workshop on implementing Australia’s first Decadal Plan for Space Science. This years conference also features streams sponsored by the Australian Space Research Institute (ASRI).
The scope of the conference covers fundamental and applied research that applies to space technologies, and includes the following:
Space science, including space and atmospheric physics, Earth observation and remote sensing from space, planetary sciences, astrobiology and life sciences, and space-based astronomy and astrophysics.
Space engineering, including communications, navigation, space operations, propulsion and spacecraft design, testing, and implementation.
Government, international relations and law
Education and outreach
For full conference details visit www.nssa.com.au