Conference Information

ReSpace/MAPLD 2010 Conference

We are expecting to receive release forms and all final presentations by Nov 18, 2010. At that time, all attendees will receive an email with the link and further details on how to access the presentations.

ReSpace is a new annual conference organized by COSMIAC and its affiliates. The ReSpace Conference is one of the many ways in which COSMIAC interacts with the space microsystems community in the performance of its role to enable and propel the meaningful use of reconfigurable electronics and microsystems in high reliability aerospace systems.

ReSpace/MAPLD 2010 will be held 1-4 November 2010 at the Hyatt Regency Albuquerque in downtown Albuquerque, New Mexico.

We have exciting news!

This year the Military / Aerospace Programmable Logic Devices (MAPLD) Conference, traditionally hosted by NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, will be combined into the ReSpace/MAPLD 2010 Conference to be held 1-4 November in Albuquerque. We welcome NASA and its long-standing, substantial commitment to successful development and application of space electronics components.  The addition of MAPLD to ReSpace/MAPLD 2010 will create a single major event focused upon the revolution of new and commercial electronics in space systems. Topics will cover an entire spectrum from single electronics devices all the way to spacecraft that are made possible through the use of new components.

We look forward to an exciting event with substantial involvement from Industry, the Air Force, Department of Energy and and our new partner, NASA!

The ReSpace Conference incorporates several key and innovative features that help COSMIAC effectively perform its mission in support of space microsystems:

  • General Session in which government and industry leaders will share their visions for future space capability enabled through continuing advancements in microsystems
  • Courses taught by experts from industry and academia to provide the new skills needed to exploit recent advancements in space microsystems
  • Technical presentations from industry, government labs, and academia to share the latest results in space microsystems research and development
  • An Open Forum poster session at which engineers, scientists, researchers, and students will share new ideas, mission concepts, and visions with the space microsystems community
  • An Exhibitor Program that spans the three days of the conference and provides a complete package at an exceptional value
  • A Sponsor Program that provides high visibility throughout the conference and throughout the year
  • Dining and social events designed to facilitate interaction and dialog among attendees
  • Open competition and selection process for key Conference Committee positions

     

     

    Check back frequently for updates to the ReSpace/MAPLD 2010 Conference web site.

    Los Alamos National LabroatoryAFRL Space Vehicles Directorate (AFRL/RVSE)