From AmericanAntigravity site: Conference Minutes & General Notes by Gary Stephenson
The Space Technology Applications International Forum (STAIF) 2007
Conference was held at the Hotel Albuquerque from 12 Feb through 15 Feb
2007. I attended the sessions that were part of the 4th Symposium on
New Frontiers, and co-chaired session F05 with Greg Meholic.
My unofficial meeting minutes of the symposium
follow and in some cases I have abbreviated the paper authorship and/or
titles. The focus of these minutes is on the possible practical
applications. For the official program, including the exact authors and
titles of each paper please refer to the STAIF web site. (Click here for the complete PDF conference minutes)
Summary & Overall Impressions: More
STAIF 2007 Conference Photos by Tim Ventura
A Pictoral Documentary
Who are the people designing tomorrow? Show me the
man who builds the future, and I'll show you the STAIF 2007 conference
photo album - a collection of photography outlining the hottest
breakthrough aerospace & emerging technology conference on the
planet. The theme for this year was "red", and once you get a look at
this striking collection of photos, you'll understand why...
Covering Section-F of the ISNPS STAIF conference is
rapidly becoming a trend for American Antigravity, and with good
reason: it's the only peer-review, journal-published conference
currently fostering innovation in Antigravity, warp-drives, and
field-effect propulsion. I showed up to cover Section-F, but was
surprised this year to see growth the Section-E, as well - a focus
group dedicated to emerging concepts in Space-Colonization, with some
heady notions about lunar construction and space-mining.
Next year promises to be even better, so as we close
out this year's conference with this final pictoral essay, keep in mind
that next year's conference is only 11 months away, and many of the
world's top innovators in antigravity, breakthrough propulsion, and
space-colonization have already started preparing for STAIF 2008...
Link: STAIF 2007 Pictorial