SpaceAM 2022 preliminary speakers announced

The Fluency Business Group says it is preparing for the return of its highly anticipated SpaceAM, in partnership with the Science and Technology Facilities Council.

The conference and exhibition promotes innovation of advanced materials in space technology, and will take place at the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus in Oxfordshire on the 12-13 July 2022.

SpaceAM is ready to announce its first preliminary speakers for the event, including Joshua Western, CEO and co-founder of Space Forge, Bianca Cefalo, CEO and co-founder of Space Dots, Cynthia Bouthot of Space Commerce Matters and Claire Baker, segment manager and communications, EMEA for Toray Advanced Composites.

These speakers will showcase a variety of knowledge and experience from the space sector, bringing together a growing global community soaring for the best opportunities in the space industry, presenting such topics as:

  • Advanced Materials for light-weighting spacecraft
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Small Satellites and antennas
  • Orbital manufacturing and Supply Chains
  • UK Government Perspective and environmental stability

SpaceAM is looking for additional speakers to present their latest practices and innovations showcased throughout the industry. For those interested, please send a short abstract, along with a bio to info@fluency-group.com

Along with speakers, SpaceAM can confirm its renowned preliminary exhibitors, such as aerospace service Gravitilab, synthetic diamond and supermaterials developer, ElementSix, Fluency AM Events Gold Sponsor and prepreg machining manufacturer Cygnet Texkimp, and SpaceAM Platinum Sponsor, the Science and Technology Facilities Council.

Gemma Smith, Fluency managing director, said: “I am delighted to have such brilliant minds on board for SpaceAM 2022, ready to voice our collective optimism for everything advanced materials and engineering, aerospace, to infinity and beyond.”

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