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Monday, December 17, 2012

8:00-9:00 REGISTRATION

9:00-9:30 WELCOME ADDRESSES

Alain COUTROT (ASTech President)

Richard BONNEVILLE (CNES)

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

CHAIRMAN: Alain DUPAS

9:30-10:00 Exploring and Developing Space as the New Frontier of Humankind

Pr. John LOGSDON (George Washington University)

10:00-10:30 Coffee Break

10:30-10:50

10:50-11:10

11:10-11:30

11:30-11:50

11:50-12:10

Session N°1

Chairman : Bernhard HUFENBACH - ESA

Present and Future of ISS and LEO for

Space Exploration and Development

•The Essential Contribution of ISS to Prepare

for Human Space Exploration

Kathy LAURINI - NASA

•JAXA's Plan and Research for Future

Human Space Mission

Naoki SATO - JAXA

•One Small Step : ISS as the Stepping Stone for

Humanity's Giant Leap Beyond its Cradle

Johannes WEPPLER - DLR

•Air Revitalization Demonstration on the JEM

(KIBO) for a Future Long-Duration Manned

Exploration – Masato SAKURAI - JAXA

•Concept of the Operational Techniques Applied to

the Next Manned Space Flight Exploration Program

Based on JEM Operation – Shin-ichi AMATATSU -

Japan Manned Space System Corp.

12:10-13:30 Lunch

13:30-14:30 KEYNOTE ADDRESSES

CHAIRWOMAN : Maria-Antonietta PERINO - TAS

Status and Planning of ESA Space Exploration Activities – ESA Speaker

International Cooperation for Transportation – Bernardo PATTI (ESA)

Mars Exploration – Giovanni BIGNAMI

14:30-14:50

14:50-15:10

15:10-15:30

Session N°3

Chairman : Bernhard HUFENBACH - ESA

Present and Future of ISS and LEO for

Space Exploration and Development

•ISS – A Test-Bed for Exploration Technologies

Sylvie ESPINASSE - ESA/ESTEC

•Utilization of ISS/KIBO as a Test Bed for Future

Human Space Activities

Junya MURATA - JAXA

•Proposal Platform Investigation Technology for

Exploration is Provided Near the ISS (LEO)

Yoshihiko UEMURA - Japan Manned

Space System Corp.

15:30-16:00 Coffee Break

PROGRAMME

Session N°2

Chairman : Géraldine NAJA - ESA

Political, Economical and Cultural Issues

for Space Exploration and Development

•Space Exploitation for Space Exploration

Silvano CASINI

•Developing Space in a New Context

Tom CREMINS - NASA

•The Human Spaceflight Activities of the

International Academy of Astronautics

Giuseppe REIBALDI - IAA

•A New Economic Thinking for the Age

of Space Exploration

Megan KHOSHYARAN - Economics Traffic Clinic

•The Use of Space Tourism Vehicles to Fly

Exploration Related Payloads

Walter PEETERS - ISU

Session N°4

Chairman : Géraldine NAJA - ESA

Political, Economical and Cultural Issues

for Space Exploration and Development

•Decision Making and the Value of Human Space

Exploration

Gerhard THIELE - ESPI

•Space Exploration Challenges: Are They

Showstoppers?

Richard HEIDMANN - Planete Mars

•Research and Development

for Future Space Activities

Husuke HAGIWARA - Mitsubishi Heavy Industries


Monday, December 17, 2012

16:00-16:20

16:20-16:40

16:40-17:00

17:00-17:20

17:20-17:40

17:40-18:00

18:00-18:20

18:20-18:40

Session N°5

Chairman: Jean-Marc RUAULT - CNES

Space Transportation for Future Space

Exploration and Development

•Suggested Tracks for Exploration

Transportation Systems

Jean-Marc RUAULT - CNES

•Disruptive Propulsive Technologies Applied

to European Space Missions

Christophe KOPPEL - KopooS Consulting Ind.

•Cryogenic Propulsion Stage Research and

Development for In-space Orbital Transfer Missions

- Evolution Plan from H-IIA Upper Stage

Kiyoshi KINEFUCHI - JAXA

•Advanced Propulsion to Introduce Performant &

Flexible Launcher Stages for Exploration

Pascal BULTEL - CNES

•Solid Rocket Motors for Future

European Launchers

Didier BOURY - Herakles

•International Exploration Collaboration Potential

of Japan's Next Flagship Launch system

Yasuhiro SAITO - JAXA

•Development of Perspective Oxygen-Kerosen

Liquid Propellant Rocket Engines and Engines for

Takeoff and Landing Modules Using Hypergolic

Propellant Components at Yuzhnoye SDO

Vladimir SHULGA - Yuzhnoye SDO

•Key Technologies for Space Exploration

André BEAURAIN - SNECMA

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

PROGRAMME

Session N°6

Chairman : Walter PEETERS - ISU

Agency Planning and Technologies for

Future Exploration and Development

•Canadian Space Agency's Space

Exploration Program

Jean-Claude PIEDBOEUF - CSA

•Preparing for Lunar Exploration

in International Partnership

Juergen HILL - DLR

•International Berthing Docking System: a Modern

System Compliant with the International Docking

System Standard

Marco CAPORICCI - ESA

•MEGAHIT : Megawatt Highly Efficient Technologies

for Space Power and Propulsion Systems for Longduration

Exploration Missions

Elisa CLIQUET MORENO - CNES

•Enabling Technologies for Exploration

Franco FENOGLIO - ThalesAleniaSpace

•STEPS - A Research Program for

Space Exploration Technologies

Maria-Antonietta PERINO - ThalesAleniaSpace

•Future Human Space Exploration : Key

Technologies Assessment and Applicability Analysis

Maria Antonietta VISCIO - Politecnico di Torino

9:00-11:00 IMPORTANCE & SIGNIFICANT OF ISECG FOR FUTURE SPACE EXPLORATION PLANNING

CHAIRMAN: John LOGSDON

Introduction to the Global Exploration Roadmap

Yuichi YAMAURA (ISECG)

Towards the 2 nd Iteration of the Global Exploration Roadmap

Bernhard HUFENBACH (ESA)

Assessment of Critical Technologies for Exploration

Juergen HILL (DLR)

Assessment of Strategic Knowledge Gaps for Exploration – Sylvie ESPINASSE (ESA)

Long-range Mission Scenarios and Design Reference Missions – Kathy LAURINI (NASA)

11:00-11:30 Coffee Break

11:30-12:45 ISECG ROUNDTABLE

Moderator: John LOGSDON

Yuichi YAMAURA (JAXA), Bernhard HUFENBACH (ESA), Kathy LAURINI (NASA),

Jean-Claude PIEDBOEUF (CSA), Richard BONNEVILLE (CNES), Juergen HILL (DLR)

12:45-14:00 Lunch

KEYNOTE ADDRESSES

CHAIMAN: Alain DUPAS

14:00-14:30 Integrated Architectures for Space Exploration – John SHANNON

14:30-15:00 Lunar Space Development – Paul SPUDIS


Tuesday, December 18, 2012

15:00-15:30 Coffee Break

15:30-15:50

15:50-16:10

16:10-16:30

16:30-16:50

16:50-17:10

17:10-17:30

17:30-17:50

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

PROGRAMME

9:00-10:00 INDUSTRY ROUNDTABLE

Moderator: Olivier LEMAITRE (ASD)

Maria-Antonietta PERINO (TAS), Stephane WALTHER or Mark KINNERSLEY (Astrium), Mike RAFTERY (Boeing)

Randy SWEET (Lockheed Martin), Alexander DERECHIN (Energia), Luce FABREGUETTES (Arianespace)

Christian SALLABERGER (MDA) - TBC,Yoshi TAKEUCHI (Mitsubishi) - TBC

10:00-10:30 Coffee Break

10:30-12:30 KEYNOTE ADRESSES

CHAIRMAN: Yuichi YAMAURA (JAXA)

A Roadmap to Cave Dwelling on the Moon and Mars – Jacques BLAMONT

NASA Planning for Space Exploration – Dan DUMBACHER (NASA)

Possible Role of Commercial and Entrepreneurial Ventures

in Space Exploration and Development

Alain DUPAS

Mars Exploration – Jean-Pierre BIBRING (Institut d’Astrophysique Spatiale)

12:30-13:30 Lunch

13:30-13:50

13:50-14:10

14:10-14:30

Session N°7

Chairman : Juergen HILL - DLR

Robotic Exploration of the Moon

•SELENE Data, Findings and Perspectives

Junichi HARUYAMA - JAXA

•Concept for Robotic Lunar Infrastructure

Tim VAN ZOEST - DLR

•SELENE (KAGUYA) Data Archive

Katsumi HOJO - JAXA

•Japanese Moon Landing Mission SELENE-2 and its

Exploration Technologies

Tatsuaki HASHIMOTO - JAXA

•Using Lunar Surface Environment Modelling and

Simulation for Future Infrastructure Optimization

Juergen HILL - DLR

Session N°9

Chairman : François SPIERO - CNES

Human Factors: Considerations for Future

Space Exploration en Route to Mars

•EVA Training for Surface Exporation in Europe :

Subsea Analogue EVA Tests in the Bay of Marseilles

Peter WEISS - COMEX SA

•Human Safe Interaction Path for Designing an

International Reference Mission for Space

Exploration (Inner Part of the Solar System)

Stéphane GRES - UTC

•Health Control During Manned

Exploratory Mission

Bernard COMET - MEDES

Session N°8

Chairman : Silvano CASINI

Infrastructures and Activities for Lunar

Exploration and Development

•Concept Study of Infrastructure for Lunar

Surface Exploration

Ueno MASAFUMI - NEC Corporation

•The Lunar Poles :An Ideal Site for Human

and Robotic Exploration

Ben BUSSEY - JHU/APL

•Lunar Environmental Simulators and Test Facilities

for Lunar Surface Exploration

Takeshi HOSHINO - JAXA

•Proposal for a Lunar Geotechnical GIS

Léon CROUKAMP - Stellenbosch University

•Study of the Pressurized Rover

for Lunar Exploration

Hiroyuki SASAYAMA - Kawasaki Heavy Industries

•Heat Storage and Electricity Generation

During the Lunar Night

Ricard GONZALES-CINCA - UPC-BarcelonaTech.

•Overview of Lunar Elemental Distributions

Observed by Kaguya Gamma-Ray Spectometer

Makoto HAREYAMA - JAXA

Session N°10

Chairman: Silvano CASINI

Building Blocks for Exploration

•European Contribution Opportunities to Nearterm

Exploration Scenario and Architectures

Maria-Antonietta PERINO - ThalesAleniaSpace

•Japanese Potential Contributions for International

Human Space Exploration

Kobayakawa TOYONORI - Mitsubishi Heavy

Industries

•Potential European Contribution to Lunar

Exploration

Bernd BISCHOF - ASTRIUM ST


Wednesday, December 19, 2012

14:30-15:00 Coffee Break

15:00-15:20

15:20-15:40

15:40-16:00

16:00-16:20

16:20-16:40

16:40-17:00

17:00-17:20

17:20-17:40

17:40-18:00

Session N°11

Chairman : François SPIERO - CNES

Human Factors: Considerations for Future

Space Exploration en Route to Mars

•BIOSMHARS : BIOcontamination Specific

Modelling in HABitats Related to Space

Audrey BERTHIER - MEDES

•MEDUSA :A Subsea Habitat for Space Simultions

in Europe

Peter WEISS - COMEX SA

•Head Down Bed Rest Experiments.A Model to

Prepare Future Manned Space Exploration

Anne PAVY LE TRAON - MEDES

•Space Training & Research at NASTAR Center

Keith GEORGE - NASTAR Center

•Exploration Simulations on Earth

Alain SOUCHIER - Planete Mars

•Radiation-biological Payload for ExoMars

Mission/Carrier During Earth-Mars Transit

Klaus SLENZKA - OHB System AG

Session N°13

Chairman : Jen- Pierre BIBRING - Institut

d’Astrophysique Spatiale

Robotic Mars Exploration

•Exomars - Mission - Status

Carlo CASSI - TAS

•French Efforts Towards Mars Sample Return

Pierre BOUSQUET - CNES

•Status of Mars Exploration – Planning in the USA

Pascale EHRENFREUND, GWU/Leiden University

18:00 CLOSING OF THE CONFERENCE

Alain DUPAS - John LOGSDON

PROGRAMME

Session N°12

Chairman : Jean-Claude PIEDBOEUF-CSA

CisLunar Activities and Asteroid

Exploration

•Creating a Safe Stepping Stone into the Solar

System :A Cis-Lunar Asteroid

Louis FRIEDMAN - The Planetary Society

•On the New Age of Solar System Discovery and

the Use of Deep Space Port Built at Sun-Earth

Libration Point

Junichiro KAWAGUCHI - JAXA/ISAS

•APOPHIS Express, a Unique Opportunity for a

Human Visit to a NEO in 2029

Jean-Yves PRADO - CNES

•Developing Cislunar Space from Lunar Resources

Paul SPUDIS - Lunar and Planetary Institute

•Next Space Exploration Step : Human Expeditions

to Libration Points

Maria Antonietta VISCIO - Politecnico di Torino

•Guidance and Ballistic Support of Spacecraft Flight

to Sun-Earth L2 Point

Ivan ILIN - Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics

Session N°14

Chairman : François SPIERO - CNES

Human Mars Exploration

•Continuous Manned Exploration of Mars

Using a Cycler and a Semi-Cycler

Hugo WAGNER - ENSAM

•Small Vehicles for a Robust Human Mission to Mars

Jean-Marc SALOTTI - ENSC

•Simple Roadmap for Manned Mars Mission

Jean-Marc SALOTTI - ENSC

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