28 - 30 May, 2019 | Copthorne Tara Hotel Kensington, London, United Kingdom

SPACE DETERRENCE AND RESILIENCE WORKSHOP - 28 MAY 2019

12:50 pm - 1:30 pm REGISTRATION AND WELCOME COFFEE

1:30 pm - 1:40 pm CHAIRMAN'S OPENING REMARKS

Mark Presley, Director at MAP Analytica

Mark Presley

Director
MAP Analytica




Dr Mark Hilborne, Defence Studies Department at King's College London, Joint Services Command and Staff College

Dr Mark Hilborne

Defence Studies Department
King's College London, Joint Services Command and Staff College

2:10 pm - 2:50 pm USAF S&T EFFORTS FOR SPACE VEHICLES: BUILDING A RESILIENT & SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE

•    Emerging and future needs in space S&T
•    Investment priorities in space vehicles
•    Opportunities for industry

Dr Thomas Cooley SES, Chief Scientist, Space Vehicles at Air Force Research Laboratory

Dr Thomas Cooley SES

Chief Scientist, Space Vehicles
Air Force Research Laboratory

2:50 pm - 3:30 pm DSTL SPACE PROGRAMME - ENVISIONING THE FUTURE OF UK DEFENCE SPACE CAPABILITY

•    Space S&T programme in the UK today and up to 2022
•    Project Argus objectives; clearing space debris and improving safety and security in the space domain
•    National Space ISR capabilities for situational awareness

Dr Michael O'Callaghan, Space Programme Manager at Dstl

Dr Michael O'Callaghan

Space Programme Manager
Dstl




Dr Thomas Cooley SES, Chief Scientist, Space Vehicles at Air Force Research Laboratory

Dr Thomas Cooley SES

Chief Scientist, Space Vehicles
Air Force Research Laboratory

Mark Presley, Director at MAP Analytica

Mark Presley

Director
MAP Analytica

Dr Michael O'Callaghan, Space Programme Manager at Dstl

Dr Michael O'Callaghan

Space Programme Manager
Dstl

Matthew Broadhead, Principal Adviser, Space Programme at DSTL

Matthew Broadhead

Principal Adviser, Space Programme
DSTL

4:00 pm - 4:30 pm AFTERNOON COFFEE AND NETWORKING

4:30 pm - 5:00 pm APPLYING THE CONCEPT OF DETERRENCE TO THE SPACE DOMAIN

Dr Bleddyn Bowen, Lecturer in International Relations at University of Leicester

Dr Bleddyn Bowen

Lecturer in International Relations
University of Leicester

ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS: A NEW PARADIGM FOR DETERRENCE AND DEFENCE

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm ROUNDTABLE A: DETERRENCE AS CONCEPT

  • What is the role of deterrence in space security?
  • What do we consider provocation today?
  • What are some of the key challenges unique to the space domain that makes deterrence difficult to achieve i.e. attribution, detection, congestion, and how we can work to overcome these?

Dr Bleddyn Bowen, Lecturer in International Relations at University of Leicester

Dr Bleddyn Bowen

Lecturer in International Relations
University of Leicester

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm DETERRENCE AS CAPABIITY

  • Which technologies will be at the forefront of space-based capability?
  • Supporting deterrence by building resilience for space-based technologies and systems
  • What technologies and practices are needed to ensure that deterrence works effectively in space?
Mr Steve Huybrechts, Chief of Staff at Applied Minds

Mr Steve Huybrechts

Chief of Staff
Applied Minds

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm ROUNDTABLE C: FROM DETERRENCE IN SPACE TO DETERRENCE BEYOND SPACE

  • How do we leverage our ability to conduct deterrence in space to support multi-domain deterrence for joint military forces?
  • What are the nuances of deterrence across domains (e.g. ground to space, space to cyber)?
Mark Presley, Director at MAP Analytica

Mark Presley

Director
MAP Analytica

6:00 pm - 6:10 pm CLOSING REMARKS AND CLOSE OF WORKSHOP

Mark Presley, Director at MAP Analytica

Mark Presley

Director
MAP Analytica