The accompanying presentation for the recent AIAA Space Architecture Webinar can be found below.
The webinar course was prepared and conducted by SATC member Brand Griffin. It contains a vast amount of relevant information and guidance for anyone involved in any aspect of weightless space architecture or would like to gain an understanding of the importance of designing space habitats for human neutral body posture.
8 November 2018. 1300-1430 Eastern Time
A special educational webinar for anyone who would like to gain an understanding of the importance of designing space habitats for human neutral body posture.
SATC member Brand Griffin prepared and will conduct this web course. It contains a vast amount of relevant information and guidance for anyone involved in any aspect of weightless space architecture. AIAA members pay a special rate; AIAA student members get a huge discount. You can sign up for the webinar on the AIAA page link below:
the 2016 SATC “Year in Review” article featured on Aerospace America.
Marc Cohen has been presented the “Certificate of Merit” during the AIAA SPACE Forum 2016 as a co-author for the Space Architecture Technical Committee (SATC) Best Paper Award 2015.
(photos credits: AIAA)
SATC Best Paper 2015 – Winner:
Cohen, Marc M.; Häuplik-Meusburger, Sandra (2015 July). What Do We Give Up and Leave Behind? (ICES-2015-056).
SATC Best Paper 2015 – Runner-up:
Allen, Christopher S. (2015 July). International Space Station Acoustics – A Status Report (ICES-2015-286).
A new Space Architecture Education book written by SATC members Sandra Häuplik-Meusburger & Olga Bannova.
Space Architecture Education for Engineers and Architects – Designing and Planning Beyond Earth
Space architecture as a discipline is relatively new, but it fills a gap between the engineering approach to design habitats and other space facilities for humans, and the complexity of human factors oriented design—including personal psychology, creativity, and non-work related activities. In order to successfully fill that gap, space architecture needs to be taught academically.
The book is structured around basic learning processes for the design of a space mission, structure or vehicle. The chapters on the design principles are related to the Technology Readiness levels and Habitation Readiness Levels – TRLs and HRLs and include examples, discussions, and tasks.
with Guest Chapters (in order of appearance):
Chris Welch on ‘The Essence of Interdisciplinarity’
Brand N. Griffin on ‘The Role of the Space Architect’
Brent Sherwood on ‘Space Architecture Education—Site, Program, and Meaning’
Marc M. Cohen on ‘Mockups 101: Technology Readiness Levels for Mockups and Simulators’
Madhu Thangavelu on ‘The Moon or Mars: Where might we settle first?’
Theodore W. Hall on ‘Artificial Gravity and Implications for Space Architecture’ Cesare Lobascio on ‘Environmental Control and Life Support Systems’
Haym Bennaroya and Leonard Bernold on ‘Engineering and Construction of LunarBases’
Kriss J. Kennedy on ‘The TransHab Project’
Space Architecture Education on Facebook:
Space Architecture Education for Engineers and Architects Designing and Planning Beyond Earth
Authors: Sandra Häuplik-Meusburger & Olga Bannova
1st ed. 2016, XV, 320 p. 179 illus., 139 illus.in color.
University students were invited to design the interior of a Single-Person Spacecraft (SPS) and today the winners were announced. Genesis Engineering Solutions (GES) in Lanham, MD sponsored the three month competition as a way to integrate student creativity into the development of their Single-Person Spacecraft.
See attached press release for further details.
Genesis Engineering Solutions is located in Lanham, MD and has supported NASA projects since 1993, including the Hubble Servicing Missions and the James Webb Space Telescope.
For more information about the competition, Genesis, the SPS, winners, or judges please contact Erin Wolf.
As part of the events for the Space Architecture Symposia 2016, the registration process for the 3rd Space Architecture Symposium is now open!
For further details please check out the SAS2016 page here.
International Space Station: Architecture Beyond Earth is a new book written by Space Architect and former SATC member David Nixon. This book offers the first comprehensive account of the Station’s conception, design development and assembly in space. As a highly accessible chronicle of a complex piece of design and engineering, it is a book that will appeal to readers far beyond the space field.
• International Space Station by David Nixon
• 23.5 x 23.5cm
• 250 colour and 150 b&w illustrations
• ISBN: 978-0-9930721-3-0
• Publication date: 1 March
March 1st: Waterstones Piccadilly, London, UK, 19.00-20.00.
Short presentation, followed by drinks and book signing
March 2nd: Architectural Association, 36 Bedford Square,, London, UK, 18.30-20.00 Lecture followed by book signing in the bookshop
March 3rd: Liverpool University, Liverpool, UK, 18.30-20.00 Lecture followed by book signing
March 14th – April 22nd: RIBA Bookshop, 66 Portland Place, London, UK, Exhibition of images from the book