Past SSP’s

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SSP21 – Granada (Spain), Strasbourg (France) & Online

28/06/2021 – 27/08/2021

Host Institutions: University of Granada, International Space University

113 participants from 33 countries

Online: from 28 June to 6 August 2021, SSP21 Live Online Program, hosted online in one single time zone (UTC), 36 participants
Strasbourg: from 28 June to 27 August 2021, SSP21 Strasbourg, hosted at the ISU Central Campus, 38 participants
Granada: from 28 June to 27 August 2021, SSP21 Granada, hosted by the University of Granada at its Faculty of Sciences campus in Granada, Spain, 37 participants

Team Projects:

SSP19 – Strasbourg, France

23/06/2019 – 22/08/2019

Host Institution: International Space University,
127 participants from 37 countries,
Team Projects:

  • Fast Transit to Mars,
  • Enhancing Industrial Space Competitiveness: Global Trends and Local Positioning,
  • Space for Urban Planning,
  • Next Generation Space System Swarms

SSP19 Website
SSP19 Retrospective

SSP18 – The Netherlands

25/06/2018 – 24/08/2018

Host Institutions: The Netherlands Space Office (NSO), in collaboration with three leading Dutch space organizations: the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft), Leiden University and ESA’s European Space Research and Technology Centre (ESA-ESTEC).
135 participants from 36 countries
Team Projects:

  • Space-aided climate change adaptation : Adapting to Water and Air Realities on Earth (AWARE)
  • Active Debris Removal And Mitigation (ADAM)
  • Lunar nights survival
  • FAST weather solutions : Forecast and Alert System for Terrestrial applications

 

SSP18 Website

SSP18 Retrospective

SSP17 – Cork, Ireland

26/06/2017 – 25/08/2017

Host Institution: Cork Institute of Technology,
112 participants from 26 countries,
Team Projects:

  • ARESS – A roadmap for emerging space states
  • Astropreneurs – The galactic guide to space entrepreneurship
  • A new vision: the future of ISS : a journey to the future beyond 2024
  • NetSpace – The Internet of Things and future applications for energy and space

SSP17 Retrospective

SSP16 – Haifa, Israel

12/07/2016 – 01/09/2016

Host Institution: Technion Institute
103 participants from 25 countries,
Team Projects:

  • aMARTE : a Mars roadmap for travel and exploration,
  • Space big data : overcoming barriers, creating value,
  • Starport 1

SSP16 Retrospective

SSP15 – Athens, USA

08/06/2015 – 07/08/2015

Host Institution: Ohio University
99 participants from 30 countries
Team Projects:

  • Vision 2040
  • Planetary Defense
  • Monitoring environmental effects of hydraulic fracturing using remote sensing: tracking fracking

 

SSP15 Retrospective

SSP14 – Montreal, Canada

09/06/2012 – 08/08/2014

Host Institutions: ÉTS (École de Technologie Supérieure) & HEC Montréal
123 participants from 31 countries
Team Projects:

  • AMOOS: Autonomous Mission for On-Orbit Servicing
  • Exoplanet exploration collaboration initiative
  • Open innovation in space: powering a new era
  • Space4health

SSP13 – Strasbourg, France

24/06/2013 – 23/08/2013

Host Institution: International Space University
100 participants from 24 countries
Team Projects:

  • Solar Max
  • Koastal
  • AMBIEnT

SSP12 – Melbourne, USA

04/06/2012 – 03/08/2012

Host Institution: Florida Institute of Technology & NASA Kennedy Space Center
134 participants from 29 countries
Team Projects:

  • TP Space Debris
  • TP Spaceports: Operations and Service Infrastructure for Space (OASIS)
  • TP STEM: Space, One Giant Leap for Education
  • TP Next Generation Space Stations: Beyond LEO Into the Solar System (BLISS)

SSP11 – Graz, Austria

11/07/2011 – 09/09/2011

Host Institution: Graz University of Technology
119 participants from 21 countries
Team Projects:

  • Small Satellites: Go SSP
  • Human Robotic Co-operation: CHARM
  • Fresh Water: H2OPE

SSP10 – Strasbourg, France

28/06/2010 – 27/08/2010

Host Institution: International Space University
121 participants from 29 countries
Team Projects:

  • Astra: ASteroid mining Technology Roadmap & Applications
  • RE-FOCUS: Respect Earth – Future Opportunity in Carbon Understanding and Sustainability
  • EcoSpace

SSP09 – NASA AMES Research Centre, USA

29/06/2009 – 28/08/2009

Host Institutions: NASA AMES Research Centre
131 participants from 35 countries
Team Projects:

  • ACCESS Mars: Assessing Cave Capabilities Establishing Specific Solutions
  • SAFEN EARTH: Space Aid for Energy Needs on Earth
  • DREAM: Disaster Risk Evaluation and Management

 

View some SSP pictures on the NASA website

SSP08 – Barcelona, Spain

30/06/2008 – 29/08/2008

Host Institutions: UPC Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, BAIE Barcelona Aeronautics & Space Association
112 students from 27 countries
Team Projects:

  • TP Volcano (VAPOR): Use of Space Technologies for Monitoring Volcano Hazards
  • TP Spaceports (FuturIST): The Necessary Infrastructure for a Private Spaceflight
  • TP Lunar X-Prize (Noumenia): Return to the Moon in a New Way

SSP07 – Beijing, China

25/06/2007 – 28/08/2007

Host Institutions: Beihang University, CASC
117 students from 26 countries
Team Projects:

  • TP Archive – Phoenix
  • TP Servicing – DOCTOR
  • TP Traffic – Space Traffic Management
  • TP Earthquake – TREMOR

SSP06 – Strasbourg, France

03/07/2006 – 01/09/2006

Host Institutions: ISU, Pôle Universitaire Européen de Strasbourg
104 students from 27 countries
Team Projects:

  • TP SOL – Earth Observation Systems for Small Countries and Regions
  • TP LUNA GAIA – A Closed Loop Habitat for the Moon
  • TP MINI – Micro and Nanotechnology Initiative

SSP05 – Vancouver, Canada

22/06/2005 – 24/08/2005

Host Institution: University of British Columbia
100 students from 27 countries
Team Projects:

  • Threat from Near Earth Objects (“TP NEOs”)
  • Robotic Exploration of the Inner Solar System (“TP Robotics”)
  • Wildfire Mitigation using Space Technologies (“TP Fire”)

SSP04 – Adelaide, Australia

27/06/2004 – 27/08/2004

Host Institutions: University of South Australia, The University of Adelaide
114 students from 27 countries
Team Projects:

  • LunAres: International Lunar Exploration in Preparation for Mars
  • STREAM: Space technologies for the Research of Effective Water Management
  • CONNECTS: The Role of Satellite Communications in the Development of Rural and Remote Regions

SSP03 – Strasbourg, France

05/07/2003 – 06/09/2003

Host Institution: Pôle Universitaire Européen de Strasbourg
107 students from 31 countries
Team Projects:

  • Ecosphere: Earth Climate Observation System Promoting Human Ecological Research & Education
  • TRACKS TO SPACE: Technology Research Advancing Cooperative Knowledge Sharing to Space
  • METZTLI: An International Space Station Approach to Lunar Exploration

SSP02 – Pomona, USA

30/06/2002 – 31/08/2002

Host Institution: Cal Poly Pomona
99 students from 30 countries
Team Projects:

  • Alone? A Sourcebook for Astrobiology
  • HI-STAR: Health Improvement using Space Technology and Resources

SSP01 – Bremen, Germany

14/07/2001 – 15/09/2001

Host Institution: ZARM Center of Applied Space Technology and Microgravity
81 students from 26 countries
Team Projects:

  • C.A.S.H. 2021: Commercial Access and Space Habitation
  • CASSIOPEE: Concepts for Advanced Small Satellites to Improve Observation and Preservation of Europe’s Environment

SSP2000 – Vina Del Mar & Valparaiso, Chile

04/06/2000 – 02/09/2000

Host Institution: UTSFM Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria
81 students from 26 countries
Team Projects:

  • Space Tourism: From Dream to Reality
  • ENSO (El Nino and the Southern Oscillation): A Global Challenge and Keys to a Solution

SSP99 – Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand

26/06/1999 – 04/09/1999

Host Institution: SUT Suranaree University of Technology
88 students from 24 countries
Team Projects:

  • Out of the Cradle: an International Strategy for Human Exploration away from Earth
  • SEADS: South East Asia Disaster Management System

SSP98 – Cleveland, USA

17/06/1998 – 22/08/1998

Host Institution: CSU Cleveland State University
88 students from 29 countries
Team Projects:

  • MAGIC – Moving Aside Gravity’s Influence and Constraints
  • Hazards to Spaceflight

SSP97 – Houston, USA

07/06/1997 – 15/08/1997

Host Institution: Rice University
96 students from 25 countries
Team Projects:

  • Technology Transfer: Bridging Space and Society
  • International Strategies for the Exploration of Mars

SSP96 – Vienna, Austria

02/07/1996 – 05/09/1996

Host Institution: Austrian Society For Aerospace Medicine
104 students from 26 countries
Team Projects:

  • DOCC – Distant Operational Care Center
  • RA: the SUN for Science and Humanity

SSP95 – Stockholm, Sweden

11/06/1995 – 18/08/1995

Host Institution: KTH Royal Institute of Technology
106 students from 29 countries
Team Projects:

  • Earth’s Polar Regions: Observation, Protection, and Applications
  • Vision 20/20

SSP94 – Barcelona, Spain

26/06/1994 – 02/09/1994

Host Institution: UAB Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona
125 students from 29 countries
Team Projects:

  • GATES – Global Access Tele-health and Education System
  • SSE – Solar System Exploration Program

SSP93 – Huntsville, USA

19/06/1993 – 28/08/1993

Host Institution: UAH
98 students from 26 countries
Team Projects:

  • GEOWARN – Global Emergency Observation and Warning
  • IFLOSS – International Lunar Far side Observatory and Science Station

SSP92 – Kitakyushu, Japan

16/06/1992 – 26/08/1992

Host Institution: Kitakyushu International Conference Center
126 students from 28 countries
Team Projects:

  • ISU net
  • SSPP: Space Solar Power Program

SSP91 – Toulouse, France

25/06/1991 – 30/08/1991

Host Institution: ENAC, FIAS
138 students from 26 countries
Team Project:

  • IMM: International Mars Mission

SSP90 – Toronto, Canada

23/06/1990 – 01/09/1990

Host Institution: York University 
130 students from 30 countries
Team Projects:

  • IAM: International Asteroid Mission
  • IPEO: International Program for Earth Observations

SSP89 – Strasbourg, France

30/06/1989 – 01/09/1989

Host Institution: ULP Universite Louis Pasteur
125 students from 25 countries
Team Projects:

  • ARTEMIS: An International Lunar Polar Orbiter
  • NEWTON: Variable Gravity Research Facility

SSP88 – Cambridge, USA

20/06/1988 – 20/08/1988

Host Institution: MIT
104 students from 21 countries
Team Project:

  • International Lunar Initiative Organization
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