Symposia Symposia

2022 Mini-Symposia:

Mini-Symposium: Earth Observations in Support of Climate and Environmental Security

November 10, 2022  

Mini-Symposium: Leveraging Commercial & Non-Profit Satellite Capabilities for Earth Observation

July 15, 2022  

Mini-Symposium: The U.S. and International Earth Observation from Space Program of Record

June 29, 2022  

2022 Symposium:

Venus Science Enabled by Human Proximity

This symposium will focus on evaluating the science opportunities enabled by human fly-by or orbital missions at Venus. The goals of the KISS symposium include identifying the most valuable science opportunities, technologies, engineering solutions, and effects that potential human Venus missions could have on robotic planet exploration and the overall Venus science community.

July 20 - 21, 2022  

2018 Symposium:

Virtual and Augmented Reality for Space Science and Exploration

January 30, 2018  

2017 Symposia:

Plan B: Engineering a Cooler Earth

December 9, 2017  

Dark Matter in Southern California (DaMaSC) - IV

August 30, 2017  

2014 Symposium:

Dark Matter in Southern California (DaMaSC) - III

April 17, 2014  

2013 Symposia:

Dark Matter in Southern California (DaMaSC) - II

September 24, 2013  

Dark Matter in Southern California (DaMaSC) - I

January 25, 2013  

2009 Symposia:

California as Seen From Space - Delivering Actionable Science

September 14, 2009  

Challenging the Paradigm: The Legacy of Galileo

November 19, 2009