AI4Space: Perspective from the Next Generation

Day: Monday 19 September
Time: 13:45 - 14:45 CEST
Location: Room Paris South, Level 3, Hall 7, Paris Convention Centre

From astronomy to mission design, from advanced satellite operations to autonomous remote space exploration, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to disrupt how space is being done today.

The AI4Space plenary will be a deep dive into how AI is transforming the sector, showcasing the work and research of the talented group of the NextGen panelists selected for this session.

Leveraging the panelist’s diverse expertise, the plenary will cover topics as robotics, AI-enabled science, mission design, lunar rovers, human-robots interactions, and overall anything related to what the future might hold for space activities.

You can expect a dynamic and interactive session, so make sure to come equipped with curiosity and your best questions, and get ready to be inspired by the passion driving the NextGen!


Danielle WOOD

Assistant professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

United States



Research Fellow, European Space Agency (ESA)



PhD Student, University of Oxford

United Kingdom


Business Development Lead, Australian Institute for Machine Learning


Sorina LUPU

PhD Student, Caltech

United States

Antonio STARK

Chief Operating Officer, Unmanned Exploration Laboratory

Republic of Korea