Earth Space Tech is providing ongoing specialised consulting services for Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia. Announcement of next project phase coming soon.
The STEM Professionals in Schools program partners teachers with STEM professionals to enhance STEM teaching practices and deliver engaging STEM education in Australian schools. STEM Professionals in Schools is funded by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training. Kim offers practical advice to students on STEM careers and selected space and science-related topics. https://www.csiro.au/en/Education/Programs/STEM-Professionals-in-Schools Picture to the left is of students in the USA during June 2018 who participated in a STEM activity to build All Terrain Vehicles to demonstrate engineering concepts.
Our team continues to develop collaborative programs with NASA KSC and other space related organisations. As an Adjunct Faculty member of the International Space University, Kim Ellis will present at the Space Studies Program in 2018. For the last two years, this program was designed to generate real world solutions that NASA can use to actually get the first 'Boots on Mars'. Find last year's program here; https://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/casi.ntrs.nasa.gov/20170007460.pdf
Earth Space Tech was selected to design and deliver a Special session in Bremen, Germany in October 2018: How to build your future workforce with student industry projects, internships and strategic university partnerships.
Director, Kim Ellis speaks on a variety of Space and STEM related topics and has spoken for; NSW Department of Industry Geological Society, Sydney University, 45th Space Congress, Cape Canaveral 2nd Annual Space Traffic Management Conference Governance Panel, Rotary Australia, International Women’s Day, the Smith Family, the British/Australian Chamber of Commerce International Women's Day, American Bar Association and the Space Research Institute.
This legal text, will outline the current development of space resource utilization law and differing viewpoints on the legality of newly enacted US and Luxembourg domestic regulations. It will outline the current international and domestic frameworks relating to SRU and articulate the rationale behind the development of those frameworks. Text is scheduled to be available through the US Bar Association from July 2019.
Director, Kim Ellis is an active member of a range of professional organisations including: the International Institute for Space Law, the American Bar Association Forum of Air & Space Law, Law Society of NSW, Professionals Australia, HerBusiness Australia, and the International Bar Pro-Bono Association. Most recently, Kim was appointed as an official observer to the Hague Space Resource Governance Group. Ms Ellis believes it is important to give back to her community through volunteering and contributing to the growth of her profession through activities for co-operative projects such as organising legal symposiums and industry standards development initiatives.