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Register now: UK Space Conference 2015

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Get a sneak peak into what to expect from this year's UK space conference and register now for your early bird ticket.

View images from the 2013 space conference.

The UK Space Conference, will be taking taking place 13-15 July 2015 at the Arena and Convention Centre, Liverpool. The organising and programme committees are drawn from across the sector; government, trade organisations, learned societies, industry and academia. We aim to represent a sector wide view in order to make this conference an interesting, innovative meeting point for colleagues old and new. The conference website is live, and taking registrations.

As a member of the organising committee, I am in a privileged position to give you a sneak peak at what to expect from this year’s conference.

New for 2015 will be focused programme sessions under the theme of ‘Space-enabled Futures’ for:

  • Academia
  • Space Environments and biomedicine
  • Military and security
  • Nanosats and debris
  • Using space infrastructure: transport, digital, future cities
  • Space planes and space ports

Keep an eye on the website and Twitter feed as the programme, speakers and activities emerge.

The exhibition area will be bigger and better, the popular soapbox sessions will be back and you will be guided around using a new conference web app. We are aiming to attract a sector wide audience from the UK and beyond as well as representatives from key user communities. All delegates are welcome to join us for the Pre Conference Networking Reception at the Royal Liver Building on Monday 13 July.

Let us know when you have registered for your ticket and what you are looking forward to in 2015! For those who attended in 2013, how did you find the conference?

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