NSS/NASA Ames Space Settlement Contest


ABOUT SPACE SETTLEMENT CONTEST STUDENTS

These pages are for students who have taken part in the NSS / NASA Ames Space Settlement Contest. All space settlement students will be given an opportunity to present their projects during a Poster Presentation session. Selected student teams will be given a chance to compete for one of the several 10-minute slots available to give an oral presentation to the many scientists and commercial space conference attendees.

Awards Ceremony

The awards ceremony is Sunday, May 28th, 2017, 2-4 p.m.
The VIP Keynote will be presentation TBA. The Ceremony will be followed by the “Shining Stars” photo opportunity. Students are required to wear business or ‘dressy’ attire for the ceremony.

Gala Dinner

The Grand Prize Winners will present at the Sunday Gala Dinner. People who want to attend the dinner will need to use a secondary registration for the dinner ticket.
However, if you only want to see the student presentation and not partake in the Gala Dinner, you may come in and sit at the back of the room when the dinner ends.
As the Gala Dinner is a special event, a formal attire is required.

 

Poster Presentations

Each space settlement student team will be assigned a poster session day and time during the conference. Teams are expected to stay aside their posters and communicate with conference attendees.

NEW POSTER CONTEST!

This year, we will be judging your space settlement project posters for some prizes. In past years, some of the posters have been absolutely beautifully laid out and very inspirational. We want to honor and celebrate these futuristic creations.

Download the Poster Presentation Guidelines

Posters by previous Space Settlement Contest Winners


Grand Prize Winner
The Freyr Project
United States of America
ISDC 2015, Toronto, Canada

Grand Prize Winner
Project Divinity
Republic of South Korea
ISDC 2016, San Juan, Puerto Rico

Grand Prize Winner
Greenspace
Bulgaria
ISDC 2014, Los Angeles, California

Grand Prize Winner
Aurora
Romania
ISDC 2012, Washington, D.C.

 

Oral Presentations

Due to the limited number of slots available, students wishing to give a 10-minute oral presentation will need to submit a video of their team presenting their project. Students will be pre-selected to showcase the most inspirational, creative, and future-spective projects.
Students who wish to participate must submit a link to their video by uploading them to youtube and send it to isdc.students@nss.org along with Team Name, point of contact name, number of presenters, and contact email address. Also review the Oral Presentation guidelines.

See Presentations from Prior Years: Bruce Clark Awards Page