The Space Studies Institute proudly presents the complete set of videos of the presentations from the first day of the 2017 Advanced Propulsion Workshop, held Wednesday, November 1st, 2017 in the Sally Ride Board Room of The Aerospace Corporation’s El Segundo, California headquarters.
The presentations spanned a range of Propulsion Physics and Engineering topics with insightful and often entertaining Q&A. We hope that you will give each video a full view and that you will discover, as some of us did while putting the videos together, that even sessions not at first seeming to be in our personal areas of expertise can have real nuggets of directly usable information. Enjoy!
Session 01: Dr. David Hyland
Director, Space Science and Space Engineering Research at Texas A&M University
“An Epitaxial Device for Dynamic Interaction with the Vacuum State.”
For a PDF of Dr. Hyland’s slides for this presentation, click here.
Session 02: Marc Millis
Founder of The Tau Zero Foundation
Former head of NASA’s Breakthrough Propulsion Physics project
Co-Editor of the book “Frontiers of Propulsion Science“
“Playful Thought Experiments About Breakthrough Spacedrives.”
For a PDF of Mr. Millis’ slides for this presentation, click here.
Session 03: Glen A. Robertson
“Entanglement Drive Analysis of the Mach Effect Thruster”
Mr. Robertson’s slides are in two parts.
For the first PDF, click here.
For the second PDF, click here.
Session 04: Dr. Martin Tajmar
Head of Space Systems Chair and Director, Institute of Aerospace Engineering at Technische Universität Dresden
“The SpaceDrive Project: Progress in Testing and Modelling on Mach-Effect and EMDrive Thrusters.”
There are no downloadable slides for this presentation.
We hope that you enjoy these presentations from the first day of the SSI 2017 Advanced Propulsion Workshop and invite you view the rest of the collection using the following links:
The video releases of the presentations of the 2017 Advanced Propulsion Workshop.
For the Day Two Videos and Slides, click here.
For the Day Three Videos and Slides, click here.
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