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what are the future horizons in the space exploration and
Agenda
Annual Asp Alumni Members Meeting
14:00
Guests Registration
14:30
Dr. Ing. Laura Mainini, Alumni ASP Senior Vice-president,
discussion moderator
Round Table
Prof. Franco Bernelli
Dr. Ing. Luca Rossettini
Mrs. Luisa Innocenti
Major Paolo Nespoli
Ing. Maria Antonietta Perino
15:00 -17.00
17.00
Head of Advanced Exploration Programs, Thales Alenia Space
Event introduction
Prof. Enrico Flamini
Ing. Marco Rubino, Alumni ASP President
Chief Scientist Agenzia Spaziale Italiana
Guest welcome
Closing Remarks
18:00
Prof. Franco Bernelli, Rosetta Space Probe project
How innovation and research support the exploration of where to live in the future
Dr. Ing. Luca Rossettini, CEO of D-Orbit
How startups are shaping the space exploration field
Mrs. Luisa Innocenti, Head of ESA Clean Space project
How technology will preserve the places where we live the future
Major Paolo Nespoli, ESA Astronaut
How international collaboration helps managing complex problems on Earth and life in space
SPACE HORIZONS
POLITECNICO DI MILANO
P.LE LEONARDO DA VINCI 32,
AULA DE DONATO
OCTOBER 24TH 2015
14:00-19:00
The seminar “Space Horizons” is meant as an
opportunity to discuss a number of hot topics
in the space exploration field with a pool of
heterogeneous players:
Paolo Nespoli - ESA Austronaut, next
mission is planned for 2017- is going to share
with us his experience as an austronaut.
How does an austronaut, in 2015, get ready for
a space mission? How do Italy and international
teams act in the challenging, multicultural and
technological field of space exploration and
research? What are the future perspectives,
challenges and goals?
Franco Bernelli - Full Professor at Politecnico
di Milano - is going to share his experience
as a member of the group from Politecnico
di Milano that lead the technical side of the
Rosetta mission. He will help us understanding
what are the advances in technology and space
research, and the organizational dynamics of
international space projects.
Luca Rossettini - entrepreneur, founder
of D-Orbit, Alumnus Polimi - is bringing his
experience as young startupper. He is going to
present his successful business and technology
model, which addresses one of the most
important challenges to the sustainability of
today’s space exploration: space debris.
Luisa Innocenti - head of ESA’s Clean Space
initiative since 2012 - is going to share with us
the perspective of how international agencies
like the European Space Agency, are working
in order make space missions and research
environmentally sustainable, protecting both
Earth and space environments.
WHAT ARE THE FUTURE HORIZONS IN THE SPACE
EXPLORATION AND RESEARCH?
HOW INNOVATION, FIELD EXPERIENCE AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
ARE SHAPING THESE HORIZONS?
AND WHAT IS THE CONTRIBUTION OF ITALY AND EUROPE TO SPACE
PROJECTS?
AFTER DEBATING ABOUT 0-KM FOOD PRODUCTION MODELS,
THE FUTURE OF ITALY, THE INTERNATIONAL ENERGY MARKET, AND
GLOBAL CHANGES, ASP ALUMNI IS READY TO TAKE OFF FOR SPACE
EXPLORATION.
FOLLOWING THE LEADING ROLE OF POLITECNICO DI MILANO
IN THE ROSETTA MISSION, THE INVOLVEMENT OF MANY ITALIAN
ASTRONAUTS IN INTERNATIONAL SPACE EXPEDITIONS, AND THE
CHALLENGES THAT ARE CURRENTLY DRIVING SPACE RESEARCH
AND BUSINESS, ON THE 24TH OCTOBER ASP ALUMNI IS TRYING TO
UNDERSTAND THE CURRENT SITUATION OF SPACE EXPLORATION
AND RESEARCH, AND DISCUSS ITS DEVELOPMENT HORIZONS.
“Look up at the stars and not down at your feet. Try to make sense of what you
see, and wonder about what makes the universe exist. Be curious.”
Stephen Hawking
ASPALUMNI

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