von Kármán Lecture
Tuesday, 18 September, 1800 – 2000 hrs
Honoring Theodore von Kármán, world famous authority on aerospace sciences, the von Kàrmàn Lectureship in Astronautics recognizes an individual who has performed notably and distinguished himself technically in the field of astronautics. The lecture is open to all attendees.
Strategies for Technology Infusion and Risk Mitigation at NASA
(1800 – 1900 hrs)
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
The Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer: In Search of Dark Matter
(1900 – 2000 hrs)
Samuel C. C. Ting
Thomas Dudley Cabot Professor of Physics
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
William H. Pickering Lecture
Monday, 17 September, 1800 – 1900 hrs
The William H. Pickering Lecture is named for the former NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Director to honor his initiation and leadership of America’s unmanned scientific space program, from Explorer I in 1958 through the development of the Viking orbiters and Voyager outer planet and interstellar missions. The lecture is open to all attendees and the general public.
Search for Exoplanets
Presenter information coming soon.
Recognition Luncheon—Celebrating Achievements in Space and Astronautics
A ticket for the luncheon is required and included in the registration fee where indicated. Additional tickets for guests may be purchased on site, as space is available.
Space Automation & Robotics Award
Space Operations and Support Award
Space Systems Award
Von Braun Award for Excellence in Space Program Management
Certificates of Merit