Post Conference Workshop – Friday 20th May
Workshop B: 9.00 – 12.00
Technology case studies: Remote access, cloud storage and emerging risks
With its formation in 1958 the National Aeronautics and Space Administration has been charged with developing civilian space programs. This involves some of the broadest and most challenging risks in government anywhere in the world as the organisation attempts to safely break new ground in physics and aeronautics. This workshop will explore the role of technology at NASA.
- Understanding NASA’s Risk Management approach incorporates emerging risks with technology
- Identifying processes, tools and system deployed
- Reflecting on lessons learned from developing new programs
- Sharing case studies of significant NASA risks
About your workshop leader:
Dr Jeevan Perera, Senior Engineer, NASA (USA)
Dr Jeevan Perera has been with NASA for over 32 years and specialises in the software that is deployed to reduce human health risks in space missions. He holds an undergraduate degree, masters degree and two PhDs in law and in industrial engineering from the University of Houston Law Center and University of Houston respectively.