Dr. Ruth Stilwell, an SPI non-resident visiting scholar, co-authored the paper, “The NearSpace Interference between Air and Space Traffic Management with Sven Kaltenhäuser of the German Aerospace Center, DLR. The paper, which is a continuation of Dr. Stilwell’s work in air and space traffic management, was presented at teh 69th International Astronautical Congress (IAC) held in Bremen, Germany from 1-5 October 2018.
Dr. Ruth Stilwell’s paper, “GNSS and Sustainable Access to Space”, co-authored with Dr. Diane Howard, was presented at McGill University’s Fifth Annual Manfred Lachs Conference in May 2017 while Dr. Stilwell was a visiting scholar at the Space Policy Institute. Recently, the paper was selected for publication in the McGill University’s Center for Research in Air and Space Law’s monograph series, and will appear in the Sixth Monograph titled, “Global Space Governance and the UN 2030 Agenda”. Printed copies are expected to be available in December.
“Development Trends of Small Satellites and Military Applications” is a published paper with past visiting scholar Taehwan Cho as Corresponding Author. The paper, which was published in the Journal of Advanced Navigation Technology, assesses the development of small satellites and provides recommendations for their potential military application and use by the Republic of Korea.
Visiting scholar Yonggang Fan’s research “Latecomer’s strategy: An assessment of BDS industrialization policy” was published in Volume 38 of Space Policy in which it discusses the Chinese Beidou Navigation Satellite System.
Visiting Scholar Tomas Hrozenky was published in the European Space Policy Institute’s “Voices from the Space Community” Journal No. 78. His submission, “Space – a Soft Power Tool for Europe?” deals with the question of whether or not deeper linking of space to soft power for European states could be a worthy and viable decision.
SPI alum Zack Hester authored “China and NASA: The Challenges to Collaboration with a Rising Space Power”, which was published in Volume 9 Issue 1 of Space Policy and Governance.
“Improving Crowdsourcing and Citizen Science as a Policy Mechanism for NASA”, written by Space Policy Institute student Brittany Balcom, was published by The New Space Journal. The paper examines citizen science projects as an effective and innovative tool for NASA science in like with the Obama Administration’s Open Government Directive.
“Is JFK-Style Leadership the Catalyst?” by SPI sudent Raphael Perrino was presented at the AIAA Space 2014 Conference and Exposition in San Diego, CA. The paper reviews the need for presidential leadership in the wake of the space policy decision made during the first Obama Administration.
“Administrative reform of Japanese Space Policy Structures in 2012” written by SPI visiting scholar Keiichi Anan, was published in the Space Policy Journal. The paper provides the first comprehensive overview of the recent legal changes in Japanese space policy.