ISU Alumni Conference (2012): Melbourne, Florida US
Organising New Space Workers: parallel challenges between the juristictions of the subaquatic and the suborbital
International Space University Alumni Conference, Florida Institute of Technology, 6 Jul.
We are living in era of private space pioneers, private subaquatic habitats, underwater workers and deep sea exploration so let's explore together. What are the opportunities for knowledge transfer between the juristictions of the subaquatic and the suborbital? More importantly, how do we protect the rights of those who live, work, and travel through these new frontier occupations and locations?
The 2012 International Space University Alumni Conference, Florida Institute of Technology (FIT), Melbourne, Florida USA July 6-8. Sponsored by AIAA.
ISU Alumni Reunion - Celebrating the 25th Anniversary
Florida Institute of Technology & NASA Kennedy Space Centre
"The first universitites helped to bring mankind out of the Dark Ages and into the Renaissance. They demonstrated a potential to unshackle the minds and spirits of the people of their time. In our day, there are few institutions which satisfy any higher individual aspirations or greater interest in humanity. The International Space University may well become an essential cornerstone in leading humanity ahead in space and on Earth in the century to come." - Arthur C. Clarke (1917 - 2008) Author and 1st Chancellor of ISU.