International Moon Village Workshop, November 2017

The MVA together with the International Space University (ISU), are planning the 1st International Moon Village Workshop between the 19-21st of November 2017 at the ISU campus, in Strasbourg, France. This workshop will be interdisciplinary in scope and will be focussed around the production of a series of deliverables related to different aspects of the Moon Village that could be presented to the (ISEF) in Tokyo, March 2018 and to UNISPACE+50, in Vienna, June 2018.
Moon Village Association

The Moon Village Association (MVA) is a new, international, non-profit organization, founded to promote the world-wide discussion and formulation of plans concerning the “Moon Village” initiative.

The MVA together with the International Space University (ISU), are planning the 1st International Moon Village Workshop between the 19-21st of November 2017 at the ISU campus, in Strasbourg, France. This workshop will be interdisciplinary in scope and will be focussed around the production of a series of deliverables related to different aspects of the Moon Village that could be presented to the (ISEF) in Tokyo, March 2018 and to UNISPACE+50, in Vienna, June 2018.

The plenary sessions of the Moon Village Association International Space University ISU Moon Village Workshop in Strasbourg (19-22//11/2017) will be live-streamed through this link.

First event is keynote by ESA – European Space Agency DG Jan Woerner on Sunday the 19th of Nov at 1900 CET

ENQUIRIES
MoonVillage2017@isunet.edu

SCHEDULE

Sunday 19 November

Working Group Meetings for MVA members

  • 1400-1600 MVA Lunar Economics and Financing Working Group Meeting – ISU Board Room
  • 1600-1800 MVA Architecture Working Group Meeting – ISU Board Room
  • 1600-1700 MVA Participation Working Group – Room 1501
  • 1700-1800 MVA Board Meeting Group – Room 1501
  • 1800-1900 – Registration + Coffee
  • 1900-2200 – Welcome Reception and Buffet
    Keynote Address by ESA Director General Dr Johann-Dietrich Wörner

Monday 20 November

  • 0800-0830 – Registration and Coffee
  • 0830-0845 – Welcome to ISU and Introduction to MVA (Walter Peeters, Giuseppe Reibaldi)
  • 0845-0855 – Aims and organization of the workshop (John Mankins)
  • 0855-0925 – Dave Murrow – Senior Manager Business Development, Commercial Civil Space, Lockheed Martin – Deep Space Gateway
  • 0925-1120 – Senior level presentations – Chair: Giuseppe Reibaldi
  • 0925-0940 – Tom Cremins – NASA Associate Administrator for Strategy and Plans (USA)
  • 0940-0955 – Shizuo Yamamato – VP International Relations, JAXA (Japan)
  • 0955-1010 – Mathias Link – Policy Officer (Luxembourg)
  • 1010-1025 – Silvio Sandrone – Airbus Defence and Space (Europe)
  • 1025-1040 – Michel Tognini – President, Association of Space Explorers (Europe) International Space Exploration Forum
  • 1040-1055 – Adithya Kothandhapani – TeamIndus (India)
  • 1055-1110- Gongling Sun – ISU, former CASC Europe (China)
  • 1110-1125 – Sergey Kupreev – RUDN University (Russia)
  • 1125-1145 – Coffee
  • 1145-1155 – Henk Rogers – Hawaii Moonbase (remote)
  • 1155-1240 – Panel – Moon Village Implementation, Programmes and Policy: Challenges and Opportunities
    Chair: Chris Welch. Panelists: Cremins, Yamamoto, Link, Sandrone, Tognini, Kothandhapani, Sun, Kupreev
  • 1245-1330 – Networking Lunch

Special topic presentations

Chair: John Mankins

  • 1330-1340 – Ian Crawford – Professor of Planetary Science and Astrobiology, UCL
  • 1340-1350 – Kyle Acierno – Managing Director, ispace Europe, Luxembourg
  • 1350-1400 – Bernard Foing – ESA
  • 1400-1410 – Torsten Kriening – Part Time Scientists Mission to The Moon
  • 1410-1420 – Bozhidar Bahov – Space Mining Technology
  • 1420-1430 – Tai Sik Lee – International Space Exploration Research Institute, Korea
  • 1430-1440 Antoine Faddoul – Tony Sky Design Group
  • 1440-1450 – Michael Mealing – Waypaver Foundation
  • 1450-1500 – Stefaan De May – ESA
  • 1500-1510 – Tibor Pacher – PuliSpace
  • 1510-1520 – Maria Grulich – Space Generation Advisory Council (remote)
  • 1520-1630 – Breakout Sessions Group #1 – Technical Framework for the Moon Village.
    (There will be several breakout sessions in parallel; at the workshop, participants will be asked to participate in a specific breakout session.)
  • 1630-1700 – Remote Presentations and Coffee
  • 1630-1645 – Clive Neal – Lunar Exploration Analysis Group
  • 1645-1700 – Steve Durst – International Lunar Observatory Association
  • 1700-1800 – Breakout Sessions Group #1 – Continued
  • 1800-1830 – Report back from Breakout Session Teams #1 – Chair: John Mankins
  • 1830 – Close

Tuesday 21 November

  • 0800-0830 – Registration and Coffee
  • 0830-0840 – Summary of Day #1 – John Mankins
  • 0840-0955 – Science, Technology and Cultural Presentations: Chair Michaei Simpson
    G. Nagesh – ISRO (remote)
    Mahesh Anand – European Space Science Committee Oleg Ventskovsky – Yuzhnoye Design Office
    Hagen Betwieser – Artist/We Colonised The Moon Michael Waltemathe – Ruhr-Universität Bochum
  • 0955-1030 – Panel – Moon Village Science, Technology and Culture: Challenges and Opportunities Anand, Ventskovsky, Betswieser, Waltmathe
  • 1030-1100 – Coffee
  • 1100-1300 – Breakout Sessions Group #2 – Business Opportunities of the Moon Village
    (There will be several breakout sessions in parallel; at the workshop, participants will be asked to participate in a specific breakout session.)
  • 1300-1400 – Lunch
  • 1400-1430 – Report back from Breakout Session Teams #2 – Chair: John Mankins
  • 1430-1630 – Breakout Sessions Group #3 – Coordination and Cultural Aspects of the Moon Village
    (There will be several breakout sessions in parallel; at the workshop, participants will be asked to participate in a specific breakout session.)
  • 1630-1700 – Coffee
  • 1700-1730 – Report back from Breakout Sessions Teams #3 – Chair: John Mankins
  • 1730-1800 – Results of the Workshop and Forward Plans – Giuseppe Reibaldi and John Mankins
  • 1800 – Close

REGISTRATION

Registration is via Eventbrite at: https://www.eventbrite.fr/e/billets-international-moon-village-workshop-38105428362?aff=es2

The registration fee includes Sunday night reception and refreshments and lunches on workshop days.

ENQUIRIES

Email: MoonVillage2017@isunet.edu

LOCATION and ACCOMMODATION

The Workshop will take place at the ISU Central Campus, Parc d’Innovation, 1 rue Jean-Dominque Cassini, 67400 Illkirch-Graffenstaden. Details of location, travel and hotels can be found at: www.isunet.edu/blog/campus/location.Discounted prices are available from 7 Hotel and Maison Rouge using the code ISU-MVA.

Register via Eventbrite