Join us for a fast-paced event exploring the future of manufacturing in space, hosted by the Satellite Applications Catapult and Compound Semiconductor Applications Catapult. We will be joined by representatives from across government, industry and academia to discuss how current manufacturing could be applied in space, and how the space environment could enhance future manufacturing capabilities.
We are inviting you to participate in the event within the topics of 'Why in space and not on Earth', 'Getting manufacturing facilities into space' and 'UK capabilities for manufacturing in space'. If you would like to apply to participate please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with details of what you would like to present, and we will be in touch with you by 8th July to let you know the outcome. Each speaking slot will be limited to one or two speakers so if there is a high demand we will look to include more opportunities in future events.
The event will also include parallel panel sessions so you will be asked when registering to choose a session that you would like to attend. These will give you the opportunity to get involved and ask questions to the panellists, and to drive the conversation based on the collective group involvement.
This event will be held during Wales Tech Week, and will also be the second in a series of Manufacturing for Space events following the successful UK Launch Vehicles webinar on 10th June.
Please note, if you register after 5pm on Tuesday 14th July, you will be randomly allocated a panel session.
Strategic Development Director of CSA Catapult
Acting CEO and CTO of CSA Catapult
Head of Manufacturing for Space at Satellite Applications Catapult
Head of UK Space Programmes at D-Orbit
CEO of Spacechips
COO at Satellite Applications Catapult
Senior Business Development Manager at Civil and Military Space
Managing Director of Deep Tech Practice