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Round table/Conferences

Round table 1

Space Economy

Space Economy

Round table 2

Autonomous Mobility

Autonomous Mobility

Round table 3

Earth Observation Revolution

Earth Observation Revolution

Round table 4

Industry of the Future: Already a reality?

Industry of the Future: Already a reality?

Round table 5

5G, Evolution or Revolution for the space sector?

5G, Evolution or Revolution for the space sector?

Round table 6

Space Ecology

Space Ecology

Round table 7

Space Climate Observatory...

Space Climate Observatory...

Round table 8

Living/Working in Space

Living/Working in Space

Tuesday 26 June - Space Sector as an Economic Booster

26 June - 14:30-16:00

Round table 1
Space Economy

Space Economy

This round table will highlight the current evolutions and upcoming trends occurring within the global space economy. Space has always been a major factor in economic development for many fields by integrating and developing new technologies, infrastructures and services. Nowadays, this dynamic takes a significant ramp up as space – throughout new added-value services, private investments, strong ecosystems, new entrants – provides new attractive economic opportunities and approaches for all industries and institutions.

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Claire JOLLY

Directorate for Science, Technology and Industry, OCDE
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Thanh-Long Huynh

Chief Exectuve Officer, Quantcube
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Lucy Edge

Chief Operations Officer, Catapult
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François LOMBARD

Senior Vice President, Director of Intelligence business, Airbus Defence and Space
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Corinne MAILLES

Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Telespazio
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Viktoria Otero del Val

Vice President Innovation & Strategy, Thales Alenia Space
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Véronique Seguin

Vice President Marketing, Sales & Communication, SODERN

Wednesday 27 June - The Disruption Season

27 June - 9:30 - 10:45

Round table 2

Autonomous Mobility

Autonomous Mobility

This Round Table will depict the space contribution to autonomous mobility, going from existing self-driving vehicles to the most promising autonomous flying vehicles. As key levers, the economic, technological and security challenges will be addressed to enhance the space opportunities in such area as well as the societal impacts on the citizens.

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Sophie VOINIS

FACILITATOR
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Andrea Gentili

Deputy Head of the Unit Aviation, DG RTD, European Commission
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Morena BERNARDINI

New Business Director, Thales Alenia Space
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Guillaume Drevon

Researcher, EPFL
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Gilles le Calvez

Vehicule Program Director, VEDECOM
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Nadine Leclair

Senior Vice President Expert Fellow, Groupe Renault
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Grazia Vittadini

Chief Technology Officer, AIRBUS

27 June - 11:15 - 12:45

Round table 3

Earth Observation Revolution

Earth Observation Revolution

The Round Table will address the major evolution of the global EO landscape linked to coexistence of public and private operators – including emerging ones – in both infrastructure and services. This new paradigm enables the availability of large volumes of EO data (collected from space and other capacities) and paves the way for AI-based private and public services. It raises in particular issues about the relative boundaries of institutional and private services and the role of public investment for both institutional services and economic development.

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Paul de Brem

FACILITATOR
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Philippe Brunet

Director for Space Policy, Copernicus and Defence, European Commission
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Massimo Comparini

Chief Executive Officer, e-GEOS
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Theresa Condor

Vice President of Corporate Development, Spire
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James Crawford

Chief Executive Officer, Orbital Insight
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Jean DAUPHIN

Head of ENS Projects, Airbus
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Alain Ratier

Chief Executive Officer, Eumetsat

27 June - 14:15 - 15:30

Round table 4

Industry of the Future: Already a reality?

Industry of the Future: Already a reality?

The Round table will focus on the challenges and constraints specific to space industry, in the dynamics of the industry of the future. After an overview of the ongoing industry modernization and business model changes, especially through innovative technologies, the discussions will provide useful non-space feedbacks as well as ongoing initiatives in the space sector.

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Sophie VOINIS

FACILITATOR
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Michael VALENTIN

Associate Director, OPEO
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Nathalie Font

Digital Champion, Thales Alenia Space
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Thierry FRANCOU

General Manager Strategy & Transformation, ArianeGroup
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André Gonçalves

Focus Factory Manager, Continental
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François GAULLIER

Head of Telecommunication satellite product line, Airbus

27 June - 16:00-17:30

Round table 5

5G
Evolution or Revolution for the space sector?

5G, Evolution or Revolution for the space sector ?

5G will bring a new step in the development of the telecommunications services ecosystem through enhanced mobile broadband, ultra-reliable and low latency communications, and massive machine type communications. This evolution occurs as the space sector is going through a transition phase triggered by the explosion of digital uses, the development of innovative technologies (flexible and high capacity VHTS satellites, virtualization of networks functions, active antenna and ground systems…) and by the emergence of new players asking for disruptive solutions calling for low orbits constellation, miniaturization and serial production. How will these evolutions impact the role of space in the telecommunications services ecosystem? To what extent will they enhance the synergy between terrestrial and satellite networks to deploy the new connectivity services (television, mobile networks backhauling, aircraft and ships connectivity, broadband access, internet of things…)? What will be the key success factors for the integration of satellites in 5G systems ?

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Paul de Brem

FACILITATOR
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Jean-François Bureau

Director of institutional and international affairs, Eutelsat
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Antonio Franchi

Head of Future Programmes Acquisition - Telecommunications and Integrated Applications Directorate, ESA
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Erik Guttman

Chairman, 3GPP
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Christine Leurquin

Vice President Institutional relations, SES
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Emmanuel Lugagne-Delpon

Chief Technology Officer, Orange Group Network

Thursday 28 June – Space: Humankind’s Future

28 June - 9:30 - 10:45

Round table 6

Space Ecology

Space Ecology

The Round table will address the practical ecological approach on space related to the management of space debris. Beyond the regulatory aspect built on strong international cooperation, it highlights the important and leading role of the agencies as well as the increasing inclusion of this matters by space industry companies

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Paul de Brem

FACILITATOR
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Jorge Del Rio Vera

Scientific Affairs Officer, Space Applications Section of UNOOSA, ONU
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Luciano Anselmo

Researcher, ISTI
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Christophe Bonnal

Space Debris Expert, CNES
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Benoit CHAMOT

AOCS Engineer & Business development, ISIS
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Tiago Soares

Clean Space Office Expert, ESA

28 June - 11:15 - 12:45

Round table 7

Space Climate Observatory
Towards a World Observatory on the impacts of climate change

Space Climate Observatory, Towards a World Observatory on the impacts of climate change

This Round Table will address how space data with in-situ measurements and modelling will help to monitor the impacts of climate change by delivering key indicators. The objective is to help decision – makers  to put in place mitigation measures for adaptation solutions related to the UN agenda 2030 and the SDGs.
To deliver the required indicators and associated services, key articulation challenges are thus required between the Research Community, Public Policies, Private Companies  with the involvement of citizens. A special focus will be made on the Space Climate Observatory (SCO) initiative.

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Sophie VOINIS

FACILITATOR
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David SALAS Y MELIA

Responsable du Groupe de Météorologie de Grande Échelle et Climat, Météo France
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Isabelle Benezeth

Head of Mission, Global Change and Earth observation, Ministry for the Ecological and Inclusive Transition
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Selma Cherchali

Space Climate Observatory, CNES
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Pascal LECOMTE

Head of the ESA Climate Office at European Space Agency
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Bruno Lepoivre

Assistant director of the Agriculture and Prevention sector of Pacifica, Crédit Agricole Group
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André OBREGON

Technical Expert for Climate, Group on Earth Observations (GEO)
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Tidiane Ouattara

Space Expert and Coordinator for GMES & Africa Programme
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Jean-Noël THEPAUT

Head, Copernicus Climate Change Service Deputy Director of Copernicus Services, ECMWF
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Gu Xingfa

Executive Deputy Director of Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth, RADI

28 June - 14:15 - 16:00

Round table 8

Living/Working in Space

Living/Working in Space

Going to Mars, living on the Moon and in the outer space is a driver of the Newspace dream but some challenges remain to  enable human living and well-being.

After sharing spationaute’s return of experience in the ISS, the objectives of this Round table will focus on psychological, physiological, health and well-being, food and habitat, in order to enable people to live and work in space on a sustainable basis.

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Xavier Pasco

Director of the Foundation for Strategic Research
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Patrice Benarroche

CNES/Cadmos
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Francesc Godia

Head of the MELiSSA pilot plant at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
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Brigitte Godard

Astronaut Doctor, MEDES
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XIE Beizhen

Associate Professor, Beihang University, BUAA
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Thomas Pesquet

Astronaut, ESA

15h45 : Speech by Jean-Yves LE GALL, President – CNES

 

15h50 : Speech by Frédérique VIDAL, French Minister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation

World Class Speakers! 

 

Round tables dedicated to innovation and business topics from Space Infrastructures, Technologies Applications & New Space

 

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