please find below list of space architecture related events scheduled during the IAC 2019. Last updated 11/09/2019
20th Oct (Sunday)
16:00 – 17:45, Room 144B: AIAA Space Architecture Technical Committee Meeting (open to SATC members).
18:00 – 20:00, Room 144B: Trans-disciplinary and Inter‐Generational Space Architecture Discussion Panel, (open to conference delegates).
20:30 – late, Space Architecture fellowship dinner, location to be announced at the Trans-disciplinary panel (open to all interested).
21st Oct (Monday)
15:00 – 17:00, Room 145A: Session E5.1a – Space Architecture
23rd Oct (Wednesday)
11:30 – 13:00, Room 146A: Special Session Futures Past and Present: Space Architecture in Imagination and Reality.
24th Oct (Thursday)
13:15-14:45, IP Area: E5 Interactive Presentations
25th Oct (Friday)
13:30-15:30, Room 145A: Session E5.1b, Space Architecture
The list of events above are specifically related to space architecture, but there are many other IAC sessions and papers that may also be of interest to space architects. Also there may be other ad-hoc space architects community get-togethers during the IAC – details of which will be finalised and announced during the IAC.
The 67th International Astronautical Congress (IAC) convened in Expo Guadalajara, Guadalajara, Mexico, 26-30 September 2016. SATC members Brent Sherwood and Olga Bannova co-chaired the Space Architecture technical sessions with support from Barbara Imhof and Jackelynne Silva Martinez. 6 papers were accepted and presented the sessions were fairly well attended in overall.
SATC also organised a “Global Network Forum” (GNF) panel event, titled “Space Architecture and Systems Engineering: different disciplines or the same?“. Featuring panelists from a diverse group representing different countries, genders, agencies, industries, and academia, the panel event was a success and was well attended.
The 65th International Astronautical Congress (IAC) convened in Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 29-3 October 2014. SATC members Barbara Imhof, Jackelynne Silva, Olga Bannova and SATC Alumni Susmita Mohanty co-chaired the two Space Architecture sessions at the congress. In total eleven papers were accepted and presented and both sessions were fairly well attended in overall. A more detailed report can be found here.