ASTRO 2018 News
April 9, 1018
Early Bird Fees Deadline Approaching
There are only 2 weeks left for Early Bird RegistrationFees and Hotel Rate. Register before 5 p.m. on April 23 so you don’t miss your opportunity to attend ASTRO’18 at a discounted rate!
ASTRO’18 Information and Registration
April 6, 2018
Space System Resilience Workshop Information
View the WORKSHOP BACKGROUNDER
View the WORKSHOP AGENDA
All participants must be registered to attend the Space System Resilience Workshop.
March 29, 2018 (updated)
The ASTRO’18 Preliminary Technical Program has been released. Click the image above to view.
An exciting program of invited Canadian and international speakers is planned. Attendees will hear presentations from leading academic and industry organizations, global space sector representatives and senior Canadian government officials.
March 9, 2018
ASTRO’18 is pleased to welcome the following participants to the Heads of Space Agencies Panel:
Sylvain Laporte – President, Canadian Space Agency
Pascale Ehrenfreund – Chair of the DLR Executive Board
February 28, 2018
Dr. Christyl Johnson of NASA Goddard will be joining ASTRO’18 for a Keynote Presentation to discuss GSFC Capabilities and Expertise and Opportunities for Partnering. Read the article by Dr. Johnson recently published in Forbes Magazine: NASA’s Real Life ‘Hidden Figure’ On How To Advance Women In STEM.
February 15, 2018
ASTRO’18 welcomes BGen. K.G. Whale, Director General & Component Commander – Space, National Defence Headquarters in Ottawa to the DG Space Panel.
February 08, 2018
Could your career use a boost?
CASI ASTRO’18 delegates will enjoy the unique opportunity to learn, to present their research, to network with colleagues and to meet Canadian and international space leaders during three exciting days in beautiful and historic Québec City.
ASTRO’18 is expected to attract over 300 participants from Canada, the US and abroad.
You could be one of them !
ASTRO’18 offers a robust technical program. Sessions will include:
Advances in Space Technologies and Platform Technologies In Situ Resource Utilization Assembly, Integration and Testing ISS Utilization Astronaut Physiological Health Micro and Nanosatellites & Constellations Astronaut Psychological Health Policy & Governance Astronaut Radiation Protection and Mitigation Posters – many topics Capability Demonstration Public Engagement and Outreach Commercial/Entrepreneurial Space/Business Models Space Optics, Sensors and Instrumentation Earth Observation and Remote Sensing Space Robotics and Rover Systems Engineering Tools for Exploration Space Situational Awareness/Resiliency in Space Exploring Our Own Backyard Space Structures and Materials Exploring the Great Beyond Spacecraft Dynamics and Control
February 08, 2018
The ASTRO’18 technical program will include over 130 presentations. The organizations listed below are participating.
Is your organization one of them? If not, don’t despair…yet! There are still a few spots left, and more will become available as ASTRO’18 draws closer.
Be a part of ASTRO’18 – the one space conference in Canada you can’t afford to miss!
- Airbus Defence & Space (Canada)
- Airbus Defence & Space (Germany)
- Bubble Technology
- Canadensys Aerospace
- Canadian Nuclear Labs
- Canadian Space Agency
- Carleton University
- Concordia University
- Defence Research and Development Canada
- Ecole de technologie supérieure
- For All Moonkind (USA)
- Gedex Systems
- Honeywell Aerospace
- LT Imaging
- MPB Communications
- Magellan Aerospace
- McGill University
- McGill Institute of Air and Space Law
- Mission Control Space Services
- NASA Goddard (USA)
- NASA Johnson (USA)
- NGC Aerospace
- National Research Council
- Natural Resources Canada
- NuVu Cameras
- Project Persephone (Japan)
- Queen’s University
- Rhea Group
- Royal Military College
- RUAG Space (Switzerland)
- SP Systems
- Spectrum Space Security
- Thoth Technology
- Université Laval
- University of Calgary
- University of Manitoba
- University of Saskatchewan
- University of Toronto
- University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies/SFL
- University of Waterloo
- Watts, Griffis & McOuat
- Western University
- York University
December 15, 2017
The organizing committee of the 18th CASI Astronautics Conference is pleased to confirm that
the four Canadian Space Agency Directors General – Eric Laliberté, Gilles Leclerc, Jean‐Claude
Piedboeuf and Mary Preville – will participate as panelists on the first day of the Conference.
View the CSA DG PANEL ANNOUNCEMENT