Space resources week 2023
24 November 2022
The Space Resources Week 2023, a 3-day hybrid conference connecting thought leaders from space agencies, research institutes, start-ups, and industry (both terrestrial and space), will take place from the 19-21 April 2023 in Luxembourg.
During this year’s event, the event will focus on the synergies required for the development of an inclusive space resources utilisation ecosystem, as well as on ways of accelerating the use of space for the benefit of humankind.
The Space Resources Week 2023 will offer a series of captivating speeches and interactive sessions on new technologies, business models and concrete next steps, from inspiring scientists, economists, lawyers, and business professionals. The event is focused on drawing a clear path between key actors, based on an interconnected approach aimed at sustained and sustainable activities beyond Earth.
The Space Resources Week is organised by the European Space Resources Innovation Centre (ESRIC), in partnership with the European Space Agency (ESA), the Luxembourg Space Agency (LSA) and the Luxembourg Institute for Science and Technology (LIST). The 2022 edition brought together 300 people on-site in Luxembourg and close to 700 people online.
Call for abstracts and business outlines
The call for abstracts for Space Resources Week 2023 is open by the 9 December 2022, on the following topics:
- Extracting and using Space Resources
- Enabling infrastructure
- Missions: planning and architecture
- Harnessing energy in space
- Commercial applications and business opportunities
- Technology showcase
- Earth-Space synergies
Authors will be notified about the outcome of their submission before 31 January 2023.
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