Space Operations Summit
AN INTERNATIONAL JOINT DEFENCE SPACE FORUM

28 - 30 April, 2020 | London

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, MAP Analytica
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Mark Presley

Director
MAP Analytica




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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

Dr Thomas Cooley SES - Chief Scientist, Space Vehicles, Air Force Research Laboratory
•    Emerging and future needs in space S&T
•    Investment priorities in space vehicles
•    Opportunities for industry

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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

Dr Michael O'Callaghan - Space Programme Manager, Dstl
•    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

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Dr Michael O'Callaghan

Space Programme Manager
Dstl




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Dr Thomas Cooley SES

Chief Scientist, Space Vehicles
Air Force Research Laboratory

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Mark Presley

Director
MAP Analytica

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Dr Michael O'Callaghan

Space Programme Manager
Dstl

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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, University of Leicester
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Dr Bleddyn Bowen

Lecturer in International Relations
University of Leicester

ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS: A NEW PARADIGM FOR DETERRENCE AND DEFENCE

  • 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?

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Dr Bleddyn Bowen

Lecturer in International Relations
University of Leicester

  • 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?
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Mr Steve Huybrechts

Chief of Staff
Applied Minds

  • 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)?
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Mark Presley

Director
MAP Analytica

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

Mark Presley - Director, MAP Analytica
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Mark Presley

Director
MAP Analytica