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8TH SPACE SCIENCE AND SATELLITE TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS CONFERENCE

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8TH SPACE SCIENCE AND SATELLITE TECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS CONFERENCE

Bridging the African Space Gap Using Satellite Technology to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Presentation and Poster Files

Monday, November 25, 2019

Topic Speaker PPT File
Welcome Address/Purpose of Gathering (About SSSTA) Dr. Samuel DonkorFounder & President- All Nations University Click here for ppt
 Chairman AddressAcknowledgement of Official & Protocols Dr. Thurman L. BridgesChair and Associate ProfessorDepartment of Teacher Education & Professional Development, Morgan State University Click here for ppt
Keynote Address:  Dr. Amos T. Kabo-BahCo-Chair – GEO LDN InitiativeUniversity of Energy and Natural Resources Click here for ppt
The Current African Space Activities and how collaborative efforts can help bridge the Gap  Prof. Anthony KinyuaANU-SSTL,Department of Physics-Morgan State University Click here for ppt
Role of Satellite Application for Sustainable Development Dr. Richard DamoahDirector: ANU-SSTLAtmospheric Scientist-NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Morgan State University Click here for ppt
The Current state of Space Technology in the various participating Nations Participating Nations PresentationsBurkina Faso, Cote D’viore,Togo, Uganda, Sierra Leone, CapeVerde, Namibia , Botswana , Lesotho(15mins Each) Click here for ppt
GSSTI Presentation (Pollution, Mining, Weather & Climate and Yield Estimation) Mr. Kofi AsareRemote Sensing, Ghana Space Science and Satellite Technology Institute Click here for ppt
Importance of Astronomy inclusion in Engineering Programs Dr. Kamila Justyna Kabo-bahHead of Earth Observation and Partnership Section at EORIC, University of Energy and Natural Resources Click here for ppt
Satellite Technology and Environmental Quality in Achieving Sustainable Development Mr. Ebenezer WorlanyoEnvironmental; quality Monitoring Dept.Environment Protection Agency (EPA) Click here for ppt
Brief Introduction & Official Launch of AFCONSAT Program Facilitators:- Dr. Samuel Donkor-Officials of participation Countries Click here for ppt

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Topic/ Activity Speaker PPT File
African Space Policy & Strategic Goals Dr. Nana Ama Browne KlutseUniversity of Legon, Physics Department Click here for ppt
Community building in the space industry – lessons from abroad Mr. Kwaku SumahConsultant-SpaceTec Partners  
Satellite Frequency Coordination procedure Mr. Timothy AshongManager Engineering-    National Communication Authority/Vice Chair ITU Study Grp. 4 Click here for ppt
Overview of AIS/ADSB of Startling satellite constellation Mr. Karsten IngemannCEO, Aerial & Maritime Click here for ppt
The use of AIS in coastal surveillance tools Mr. Augustine ChongaterahGhana Maritime Authority Click here for ppt
GCAA Presentation onADS-B Ing. Isaac Kweku BoakyeSenior Air Traffic Safety Engineer-GCAAGhana Civil Aviation Authority Click here for ppt
The Role of Global Navigation Satellite System in Ghana’s Sustainable Development Dr. Ing. Yaw Poku-GyamfiHead of the Survey SectionBuilding and Road Research Institute Click here for ppt
Leveraging Earth Observations for GEO LDN Initiative for Developing Countries Dr. Amos T. Kabo-BahCo-Chair – GEO LDN InitiativeUniversity of Energy and Natural Resources Click here for ppt
NADMO’s Use of Satellite Data for Disaster Management In West Africa Mr. Timothy Elikem HarvorNational Disaster Management Organization Click here for ppt
Satellite-based Assessment of Regional Pollution Transport Effect on Air Quality over West Africa Surandokht Nikzad Ph.D Student Trent University, Canada Click here for ppt
Promoting United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 2030 and Africa Union Agenda 2063 for Sustainable Space Program in Developing Nations through AERONET (AErosol RObotic NETwork) Direct Sun Data Measurements at Koforidua, All Nations University College (ANUC) Prof. Anthony KinyuaANU-SSTL, Department of Physics- Morgan State University Click here for ppt
Global EducationExamining the Push and Pull of Black male college students in Teacher Education Programs Dr. Thurman L. BridgesChair and Associate ProfessorDepartment of Teacher Education & Professional Development, Morgan State University Click here for ppt
Poster Presentations/Exhibition – Climate Analyses for the Transmission of Vector-borne Diseases in Kenya- Air quality impact of biomass burning in Northern Sub-Saharan Africa (NSSA)- Climate and Malaria Transmission Incidences in the United States,1970-2004- MSU Aerospace Rocket Research for Opportunitiesin the Workforce (ARROW)-Paper Cardboard-Electronic Devices Exhibition  Click here for poster/videos



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Date And Time

2019-08-25 to
2019-08-26
 

Location

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