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June 27, 2017   

The sessions of June 27 will be held at the ALTEC facility, Corso Marche 79.

Transportation between the Politecnico  and ALTEC will be provided

Buses will leave The Main Entrance of Politecnico (C. Duca degli Abruzzi 24) at 8.15

        8.30-10.00

Registration (at ALTEC)

        9.00

Welcome to the participants

V. Giorgio, ALTEC CEO

Valter Cugno, ALTEC

M. Gilli, Rector of Politecnico di Torino 

F. Graziani, IAA Trustee

G. Genta, Politecnico di Torino, Local Organizing committee

 

Session 1.   Chairperson:  Les Johnson

9.30

 

9.50

 

10.10

 

10.30

The Moon Village as a Launching Pad for SMEs

K. Acierno; ispace Europe, Luxembourg

Russian View of the Moon Village Concept

Y. N. Razoumny, Y. N. Makarov et al., RUDN University, Keldysh Institute, Roscosmos, Russia

Moon Surface Habitability Technologies for Future Human Lunar Settlements

C. Lobascio, Thales Alenia Space

The Moon Village Association

G. Reibaldi, M. Grimard, A. Kapoglu, I. Marboe, N. Vidra, A. Barton, C. Welch

 

10.50

Coffee break

 

11.20

Round Table: Towards the Moon Village

Moderator:  F. Graziani, IAA Trustee

V. Giorgio, ALTEC CEO

ISRO Representative,    (TBC)

Y. N. Razoumny, RUDN University, , Russia

K. Acierno; ispace Europe, Luxembourg

G. Reibaldi, Director Human Space Flight, IAA

 

12.30

Lunch

 

13.45

Visit to Thales Alenia Space and ALTEC facilities

 

Session2     International exploration, cooperation & governance.         Chairperson: Giancarlo Genta

15.00

 

15.20

 

15.40

 

16.00

 

16.20

 

 

16.40

 

17.00

Exploration and the International Space Station

S.J. Scimemi; Director, International Space Station, NASA Headquarters

From Roadmap to Launchpad – Europe in the Context of International Exploration of the Moon

M. Landgraf, S. Hosseini, Naoki Sato, ESA/ESTEC, The Netherlands, ISAE-SUPAERO, HTV, Japan

Access to Space: Capacity-building for development through experiment and payload…

D. García Yárnoz, A. Kojima, S. Di Pippo; United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA)

Living in the Moon Village - Ethical and legal questions

I. Marboe; University of Vienna, Austria

The Hague Space Resources Governance Working Group. Status Report

G. Reibaldi, T. Masson-Zwaan, R.Lefeber, D. Stefoudi, IAA, Leiden Univ., Univ. Of Amsterdam

 

Lunar Production and Research Base

O. Degtyarev, O. Kashanov, O. Kushnar’ov; Yuzhnoye State Design Office, Ukraine

IAA SG 3.27: Towards the utilization of the Moon, Preparing for Mars

G. Genta, O. Ventskovsky, L. Johnson,  Politecnico di Torino, Yuzhnoye State Design, NASA

 

17.20

 

Video Are We Alone by Michael Bohme

17.40

 

18.40

 

19.10

Concert  by the choir of Politecnico di Torino

 

Coffee break

 

Return to Politecnico di Torino (by bus)

 

 

June 28, 2017

 

Session 3a:  Science from the Moon (In parallel with session 3b)       Chairperson: Ian Crawford

8.30

 

8.50

 

9.10

 

9.30

 

9.50

Science Enabled by a Moon Village

I. A. Crawford, Birkbeck College, University of London, GB

Towards a long-term lunar environment observatory

E. Stoll§, H. –U. Auster et al.¸  TU Braunschweig, Germany

Ultra-Long-Wavelength Astronomy from the Moon

L.I. Gurvits; Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

A New View on Solar Wind - Moon Interaction from SARA aboardChandrayaan-1

A. Bhardwaj and SARA team; Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad , India

Science from the Indian Lunar Mission Chandrayaan-2

Anil Bhardwaj and Team; Physical Research Laboratory, Ahmedabad, India

 

Session 3b:  Robots and rovers (In parallel with session 3a)       Chairperson: Ken Roy

8.30

 

8.50

 

9.10

 

 

9.30

 

9.50

 

Exploring the surface of the Moon or of Mars: what kind of ground vehicles are required?

M. Baratta, G. Genta, D. Laurenzano, D. Misul, Politecnico di Torino, Torino, Italy

Space Science and Exploration at the Moon and Mars Facilitated by Surface Telerobotics

J. O. Burns, T. Fong et al. University of Colorado, Boulder, CO, USA, NASA Ames, CA, USA

Space missions for sample return: strategies, architectures, technologies, problems and differences for

the Moon, Phobos, Mars and the asteroids

A.Ferri, F. Massobrio, A. Anselmi; Thales Alenia Space, Torino, Italy

KLT for deep space communications

N. Antonietti

Interplanetary CubeSats for Asteroid Exploration: Mission Analysis and Design

G. Benedetti , N. Bloise et al.; Politecnico di Torino, Torino, Italy

 

10.10

Coffee break

 

Session 4a:  Near term Moon exploration (In parallel with session 4b)       Chairperson: Maria Antonietta Perino

10.40

 

11.00

 

11.20

 

11.40

 

12.00

 

12.20

 

CHANDRAYAAN -2 -  Lunar Lander Mission

M. Annadurai, G. Nagesh, M. Vanitha, ISAC, India

A Newtonian logistic system for the Earth-ISS-Moon cargo delivery

M. M. Khoshyaran;  Economics Traffic Clinic- ETC, Paris,France.

Feasible Objectives of Ukrainian Participation in Prospective Lunar Missions

Y.G. Shkuratov, A.A. Konovalenko et al. ; NASU, LESIA & USN, Observatoire de Paris, France

Moon Farside Protection, Moon Village and PAC (Protected Antipode Circle)

Claudio Maccone; IAA

NASA’S Space Launch System: Progress Toward the Proving Ground

A. Jackman, L. Johnson, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, Alabama USA

Small-scale High Acceleration Lunar Massdriver

M. Ehresmann, G. Herdrich, R. Laufer; University of Stuttgart, Germany, University of Cape Town, South Africa

 

Session 4b:  Space transportation (In parallel with session 4a)       Chairperson: TBD

10.40

 

11.00

 

11.20

 

11.40

 

12.00

 

12.20

Thermal-structural analysis of a square solar sail

L. Boni, A. A. Quarta, G. Mengali; University of Pisa,  Pisa, Italy

How the Lunar Space Tug can support the Cislunar Station

M. Mammarella, C. A. Paissoni et al., Politecnico di Torino,  Italy

Smart Dust Relative Motion in Circular Heliocentric Orbits

G. Mengali, A. A. Quarta; University of Pisa,  Pisa, Italy

Translunar Trajectories for Electric Sail Testing

L. Niccolai, A. A. Quarta, G. Mengali, F. Petrucciani; University of Pisa,  Pisa, Italy

Distributed Coordinated Control for E-Sail Formation Flying Around Heliocentric Displaced Orbit

Wei Wang, A. A. Quarta, G. Mengali, J. Yuan; University of Pisa, Pisa, Italy

Locally-Optimal Electric Sail Transfer

M. Bassetto, A. A. Quarta, G. Mengali; University of Pisa,  Pisa, Italy

 

12.40

Lunch

 

Session 5a:  Low cost Moon exploration - Moon Village technology 1 (In parallel with session 5b)       Sabrina Corpino

14.00

 

14.20

 

14.40

 

15.00

 

15.20

 

 

ispace & Team Hakuto’s 2017 Lunar Mission

K. Acierno, ispace Europe, Luxembourg

6U CubeSats and electrospray propulsion systems to lunar orbits

M. Benetti, C. Colombo, C. Ryan;  Politecnico di Milano, Italy, University of Southampton, U. K.

Orbital Space Solar Power Option for a Lunar Village

L. Johnson; NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, USA

The Lunarport concept, a launch and supply station for deep space missions - A comparative study

of the two concepts elaborated at the 2017 Caltech Space Challenge

J. Gilleron, D. DeLatte et al. ; ISAE-SUPAERO, University of Tokyo et al.

Experimental Analysis for Lunar Landing dynamic motion influenced by Regolith

Masahiro Nohmi, Koki Oshima, Shizuoka University, Japan

 

Session 5b:  Mars exploration  (In parallel with session 5a)       Chairperson: Angela Jackman

14.00

 

14.20

 

14.40

 

15.00

 

15.20

 

15.40

Sleepwalking to Mars: A Policy Vacuum

T. Pakulski; TU Berlin, Germany

Fast Human Mars Missions: what are the actual requirements?

G. Genta, P. F. Maffione, DIMEAS,Politecnico di Torino, Torino, Italy

Some considerations for Moon and Mars manned missions

 J.-M. Salotti, Univ. Bordeaux, CNRS, Bordeaux INP, France

Earth Mars Cyclers for a sustainable Human Exploration of Mars

E. Gargioli; S. Pelle et al.; Thales Alenia Space Italia, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

The Poland Mars Analogue Simulation as a stepping stone for future Mars Exploration

I. Cinelli, S. Hettrich et al.;  Space Generation Advisory Council, Vienna, Austria

Mars Space Suit Safety

J. Lousada; Space Generation Advisory Council, Vienna, Austria

 

16.00

Coffee break

 

Session 6a:  Moon Village technology 2 (In parallel with session 6b)       Chairperson: TBD

16.30

 

16.50

 

17.10

 

 

17.30

 

 

17.50

Closed-loop 3D printing for the Lunar Village and future planetary exploration

S. Siarov, A. Cowley, M. Vera, M. Frateri, J. Reguette; ESA EAC, DLR, Köln, Germany 

Road Map to Build Civil Engineering Structures on Moon - An Over View

M. Annadurai, I. Venugopal,ISRO,, ISAC, Bengaluru, INDIA

Manufacturing Of Experimental Layer Technology: Melt Project Status and Evolution In A Lunar

Base Perspective

A. Daurskikh, A. Sgambati et al.;;Sonaca Space GmbH, Berlin, Germany, et al.

Japan Space Architecture Competition, Which Encourages the Next Generation for Long Range Space

 Exploration and Development

M. Onuki, Space Access Corporation, Japan

Using the ESA Exploration Technology Roadmaps in Support of New Mission Concepts And

Technology Prioritization

S. Cresto Aleina, R. Fusaro, N. Viola, G. Saccoccia; Politecnico di Torino, ESA- ESTEC, Noordwijk

 

Session 6b:  Human factors (In parallel with session 6a)       Chairperson: Greg Matloff

16.30

 

16.50

 

17.10

 

17.30

 

17.50

Physiological adaptation of the nervous system to space flight, Opportunity for physiotherapy?

J. A. Gil Sucerquia; Universidad de la Sabana, Chía, Cundinamarca, Colombia

Human Aspects in Extended Space Travel Design

A. G. Faddoul; Tony Sky Design Group, New York, USA,

Role Of Veganism In The Future Of The Space Exploration

O. López, D. Mateus, D  Mendoza; Universidad Nacional de Colombia,

Human Enactive Approach for Integrated Health and Safety for Long Duration

S. Grès; ARTSEM, Paris, France

Run, Hike, and Camp on the Moon

A. G. Faddoul; Tony Sky Design Group, New York, USA,

 

19.30

Official Dinner

 

June 29, 2017

 

Session 7:  Interstellar exploration & SETI       Chairperson: Mae Jemison

8.30

 

8.50

 

9.10

 

9.30

 

9.50

 

10.10

 

10.30

 

The Breakthrough Initiatives: A New Search For Life In The Universe

S. P. Worden, Breakthrough Prize Foundation, Menlo Park, USA

Prospects for Terraforming Planets around M Dwarf Stars

K. Roy ; Tennessee Valley Interstellar Workshop

Project Dragonfly: sail to the stars

M. Kushwaha, O. Celik, T. Häfner; Cranfield University, Cranfield, United Kingdom

The Motivation and Frequency of Interstellar Migrations: A Possible Answer to Fermi’s Paradox

G. L. Matloff, Physics Dept.,New York City College of Technology, USA.

Developing Predictive Models: Individual and Group Breakdowns in Long-Term Space Travel

A. Almon, 100 Year Starship

How to be Humans in Space?

K. Aspelund, 100 Year Starship and University of Rhode Island

The Evo-SETI unit of Evolution should be named after Darwin

C. Maccone; IAA

 

10.50

Coffee break

 

11.10

Round Table on Interstellar Exploration

Moderator:  M Jemison, Principal, 100 Year Starship

L. Johnson, NASA George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, USA

G. Matloff,  NYC Technical College, CUNY, USA

G. Genta, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

M. Millis, Tau Zero Foundation

 

12.40

Lunch

 

 

14.00

Synthesis of the Symposium

L. Johnson, NASA George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, USA

G. Reibaldi, Director Human Space Flight, IAA

 

14.30

Closing

 


 

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