Featuring Interactive Presentations, Q&A, Panel Sessions, Exhibition and Networking Dinner
SpaceAM, the premier conference and exhibition highlighting the use of advanced materials in space technology, is taking place in Nottingham, UK, on 24-25th June 2020.
From space-related applications and launchers to observation, navigation and manned space flight, SpaceAM will give you the opportunity to discover and join the growing global community that is working together to develop and launch innovation in orbit and beyond.
Attendees, sponsors and organisers have one key objective; to deliver the best possible opportunities and outcomes for the space industry.
We have a carefully selected panel of keynote speakers who have a clear passion for innovation from across the industry with plenty of opportunities in our call for papers to share your experiences and developments.
Learn about latest developments taking advantage of advanced materials worldwide.
Meet and engage with new suppliers and discover the latest innovative products available.
Network with peers, spark inspiration and develop your next collaboration to catapult your business.
Register today and be part of this exciting event.
Call for Speakers
SpaceAM Launches and Invites you to be Part of its Mission
We are living in a world that is critically dependent on space technology. SpaceAM will provide its participants the opportunity to join the growing global community, which is working together to unlock business in orbit and beyond. Attendees, sponsors and organisers have one key objective; to deliver the best possible opportunities and outcomes for the space industry.
Potential speakers are invited to submit synopses to outline experiences, developments and promote the opportunities provided through the business that is Space. Suggested topics to promote the use of advanced materials in space applications may include, but are not limited to;
Advanced materials for space applications
Low orbit antennae/satellites – remote imaging
Earth observation – real-time imaging and AI/Image processing
International traffic in arms regulations (ITAR) restrictions – practical implications
Space data applications
Space investment and creating a mainstream space economy
We aim to make the conference an insightful and stimulating experience and submissions can encompass a variety of methods; short abstract, case study, synopsis, photo montage, video presentation - however you feel will best promote your subject matter.
Submissions should be sent to email@example.com
Speakers will benefit from a reduced rate!