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Forthcoming Space Events - Australia



ADM Space Summit

9:00 Tuesday 30 April 2019
Hyatt Hotel Canberra, AUSTRALIA
The summit will focus on the Australian governments continuing aim to develop an internationally competitive Space sector. The conference will hear from Government, Researchers, Defence and Industry as they consider the expansion, development and growth of space industry across Australia.
https://www.admevents.com.au/space-summit/

SASIC/SIAA Event - 7th South Australian Space Forum

8:00 Thursday 9 May 2019
Adelaide Convention Centre
https://www.sasic.sa.gov.au

Strategic Space Law Course

From Monday 3 June to Friday 7 June 2019
University of Adelaide, Adelaide Law School, AUSTRALIA
The University of Adelaide is offering a Masters Level course on Strategic Space Law. The course is designed to provide the knowledge and skills necessary for a student to make a meaningful contribution to global space security dialogue and policy development.
It will also provide a unique opportunity for lawyers and other professionals to study space law in both its military and commercial
aspects in a strategic context.
The course will cover a full spectrum of topics critical to understanding this burgeoning field.
https://law.adelaide.edu.au/
lawenquiry@adelaide.edu.au

Victorian Astronomy Convention (VASTROC) 2019

From Saturday 10 August to Saturday 10 August 2019
Frankston, Victoria, AUSTRALIA
The Mornington Peninsula Astronomical Society hosts the 17th Victorian Astronomy Convention.

A biennial conference for all amateur Astronomers in Victoria. It is hosted in odd years by the different astronomical societies around the State of Victoria.
http://www.mpas.asn.au/vastroc.html

Australasian Simulation Congress (ASC)

From Monday 2 September to Thursday 5 September 2019
Gold Coast Convention Centre AUSTRALIA
There is a constant stream of commentary in news and other media regarding the increasing rate of advancement in technology, and the consequential impact on all our lives. Automation and artificial intelligence taking over all our jobs, loss of privacy, and concerns about cyber security for the ever increasing number of connected devices represent just a few of these technology related themes.

ASC2019 represents an opportunity to consider how simulation will help to achieve a balance between the conflicting priorities today’s needs versus preparing for the disruption of the future. We also need to balance the lure of new technologies applicable to simulation with ensuring that technology is being applied in a considered way, and is leading to results that are valid, whether they be for teaching and training, decision making or other domains.

Please join us at the Gold Coast Convention Centre in September 2019, contribute to the debate, and thus the learning and growth of the simulation community within Australasia and across the
world!
http://www.simulationcongress.com/

10th FAI Women’s World Gliding Championships

From Friday 1 November to Friday 1 November 2019
Lake Keepit, NSW, AUSTRALIA
Terry Cubley EO attended the International Gliding Commission (IGC) meeting in Luxembourg and presented the bid for Lake Keepit to host the 2019 Women's World Gliding Championships.

The bid was successful and championships will be held in November 2019. This will be the third World Gliding Championships to be held in Australia over a four year period.
http://glidingaustralia.org/member-services/sport/104-women-s-world-gliding-championships-lake-keepit
To be held in November 2019 - exact dates TBA.