›ISU's 14th Annual Symposium: The Public Face of Space
During each academic year, ISU organizes a three-day symposium as an interdisciplinary, international forum to help both the users and the providers of space-related systems move forward from the discussion of problems to the formulation of innovative solutions. As an independent organization, ISU has developed a winning formula for a "different kind of symposium":
- Addressing all aspects of the subject - policy, business, legal, scientific, technical, etc.
- Creating ample time for discussion
- Fostering constructive dialogue among different sectors of the space community that do not often interact in more specialized symposia.
This year, under the title "The Public Face of Space", we will look at a range of issues spanning outreach, promotion, public awareness, education, space benefits, etc all with the goal of producing recommendations for ways forward towards a sustainable space program. As at each of the past few events we expect to attract around 200 participants from agencies, industry and academia in around 30 different countries.
The Preliminary Program containing details of the event is linked to our home page at www.isunet.edu and there you will find the content of the six half day sessions.