Poster Programme

For the full timetable of the day, please consult our Programme Overview. The block schedule is also available here for registered attendees, speakers, and poster presenters, who can also find more detailed information in their conference packet. Please note that several fantastic contributions had to be retracted, but their abstracts are available in the conference packet. 

Poster Session 1 – 1130–1230 UTC

Space Health for Medical Students Launches in Melbourne
Dr Rowena Christiansen, The University of Melbourne Medical School

Space Refuge: A case report on “Cyberpunk: Edgerunners”
Jasmin della Guardia (she/her), Niklas Alexander Döbler (he/him), Claus-Christian Carbon (he/him), University of Bamberg

Managing Space Debris from Earth
Ria P Dey (she/her), Amity University Noida

Do extraterrestrials get depressed?
Niklas Döbler (he/him), Jasmin della Guarda (she/her), Claus-Christian Carbon (he/him), University of Bamberg

The significance of social sciences and humanities in space exploration
Akshita Gaba (she/her)

The satellite threat to dark skies
Priya Hasan (she/her), Maulana Azad National Urdu University

Calling on Criminology: Crime and Space Science
Rebecca Kaiser (she/her), Dr Vicky Nagy (she/her), University of Tasmania

The Africa Off-Earth Network
Siri Lamoureaux (she/her), University of Siegen; Davide Chinigò (he/him), University for Foreigners of Perugia

Issues of power and its influence on naming conventions for planetary features
Annie Lennox (she/her)

Cosmic Cinema: Picturing Unearthly Worlds and Inhuman Processes
James Lowder (he/him), University of Glasgow

A new PlayDecide activity to facilitate group discussions about the societal impact of large astronomical infrastructures
Claudia Mignone (she/her), Silvia Casu, Sara Ricciardi, Rachele Toniolo (Università di Bologna & INAF), Stefania Varano, Alessandra Zanazzi, INAF, Italy

Strengthening Planetary Defense: An Intergenerational and Citizen Science Challenge
Arushi Nath (she/her), Citizen Scientist

Exoplanets in Science Fiction: Turning Science Fiction into Data Science
Emma Johanna Puranen (she/her), University of St Andrews

Maintaining Operations at the USC Rocket Propulsion Lab
Peter Timko (he/him), ARIES Project, Jagiellonian University

The changing nature of design for labour ergonomics, from humans to robotics through the challeges of lunar regolith-based construction
Dhwani Rupali Vani (she/her), Fravashi International Academy; Monika E.B. Stankiewicz (she/her), University of Adelaide

Poster Session 2 – 1630–1710 UTC

The half-life of the galactic empire in outer space: Space futures as seen through Star Wars’ ‘Andor’
C. Adeene Denton (she/they), Lunar and Planetary Lab, University of Arizona

The Softwarization of Outer Space: The FITS Liberator, a Case Study
Maxime Harvey (he/him), Université du Québec à Montréal

Fritz Leiber’s “The Beat Cluster:” A New Look at a 1961 Science Fiction Story
William S. Higgins (he/him), Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory

The Dark Sky as a Natural Resource: Peña del Aire, Mexico
Anne W. Johnson (she/her), Universidad Iberoamericana

Space science workplace labour abuse & implications for long duration human spaceflight
Zahra Khan (she/her), Independent Researcher

Installations of Distraction
Karlijn Korpershoek (she/her), Jagiellonian University

Rebuilding Trust in a Collective Future: Space as a Site of Transformative Change
Frank Tavares (they/them)

Learning about NASA Missions in Virtual Reality
Scout Windsor (she/they), University of Calgary; Dylan Paré (they/them), University Of Calgary; John Craig (he/him)

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