Inaugural Space@Hopkins Symposium Scheduled for November 2nd at 2pm in Schafler Auditorium, RSVP to Secure a Seat

The inaugural Space@Hopkins symposium that will be held between 2-6pm on November 2nd in Schafler Auditorium. This exciting event will highlight the past, present and future of Space Science at Johns Hopkins and it’s affiliated institutions. From sending probes to planets, to ensuring the healthy return of our astronauts, Johns Hopkins is at the cutting edge of space research.

Kindly fill out this RSVP form (https://goo.gl/forms/BDxjktClu1fwqkFq1) to a secure a seat, as we have limited seating.

Space@Hopkins Annual Symposium 2016 Agenda

2-2:30
Opening Statements and Introduction

2:30 – 2:40
The Past: The History of Hopkins & Space
A rich history of space science spanning over 130 years.

2:40 – 3:15
The Present: Cutting Edge Space Science Research Occurring at Johns Hopkins

Part 1: Highlighting the Space@Hopkins Seed Grant Awardees Research
Refreshment Break

4-5pm
The Present: Cutting Edge Space Science Research Occurring at Johns Hopkins

Part 2: Space Science Research Overviews from the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences Department of
Earth and Planetary Sciences, the Center of Astrophysical Sciences, the Applied Physics Laboratory, the Whiting School of Engineering, and the Johns Hopkins Medical School.

5-6pm
The Future: “What does the future of Space Research Look Like?”
A discussion panel comprised of world class space research experts, providing answers and discussion of the above question from the context of their research specializations.