Startup Weekend Boulder - Space!

    Friday, October 12 - 14, 2018


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  5. Coaches and Mentors
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Startup Weekend Boulder - Space!

Friday, October 12 - 14, 2018



Friday, October 12 - 14, 2018
Event starts at 6:00 pm

CU Idea Forge
2445 Kittredge Loop Dr
Boulder, CO 80309

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The sky is the limit... actually not in this event! Join us to learn how to launch a space startup over a weekend.

Do you have an idea you'd like to pursue or a problem you'd like to solve but don't know where to start or who to start with?

Techstars Startup Weekend is the place to look for a team, create a prototype of your idea, validate your business idea, and receive feedback from experienced entrepreneurs, all in one weekend.

What makes this a Startup Weekend Space?

During the weekend the teams will work on ideas related to space problems. For example (but by far not limited to), spacecraft launching and landing, software solutions, human survival in Mars or deep space, communications, prospecting, satellites and their applications on earth, education, etc. What would make it really special is the group of mentors we will have to help teams figure out the different aspects of a space business.

Please read our FAQs below or send us an email to swboulderspace@gmail.com with ANY question you might have. We acknowledge this event might bring up a lot of questions and maybe even feel a little intimidating if you don't have a tech background or a space idea, so we want to make sure we address any question or hesitation that comes up.

It is going to be a great opportunity for you to learn about the local and global space industries and to meet really awesome and interesting people.   

How does Startup Weekend Work?

On Friday night, you'll pitch your own idea or listen to others (see the FAQs below), then vote on the most interesting ideas and form teams with diverse skill sets.
  You can come with friends, but you’ll get the full experience if you participate in separate teams. Remember, it’s all about the team.

Then, over the course of the weekend, you'll be challenged to create a prototype of your MVP, or minimum viable product, that fits the needs of your target customer. You'll get feedback, iterate, and likely pivot your approach entirely!

Techstars Startup Weekend is a full weekend long experience. Your ticket includes:
  • 7 full (and delicious) meals over the course of the weekend
  • Benefits and discounts from our global partners
  • One-on-one time with amazing mentors
  • A new network of developers, designers, and entrepreneurs eager, like you, to change the world.
  • All the internet and coffee you can consume.

Watch the video below to see what you can expect, and if you’re feeling inspired click on the “Buy Ticket” button now!

Still have questions, feel free to reach us at “
swboulderspace@gmail.com”.

Don’t wait any longer and join the Techstars Startup Weekend movement!


FAQs

  • Is Startup Weekend Space only for people with ideas about space?
NO! While the teams will work on ideas related to space, if you don’t have an idea that’s totally OK. You can come on Friday and join a team with an idea that is interesting to you and learn about the fascinating world (see what I did there?) of aerospace entrepreneurship.

  • Do I need a background in tech or space to participate?
NO! While considering the technical feasibility of your team’s idea is going to be important (and we will have awesome mentors to help out with that), Startup Weekend is really focus on the business side of things. Developing a solid business plan, validating the market and having very clear what your team’s product (and its added value) are the key things you will need to address. That said people with all sorts of backgrounds are welcome and necessary to make this Startup Weekend a blasting success.

  • I have an awesome idea but I don’t know if it is doable?
Great question! It doesn’t matter, at least not until after you form a team. In all Startup Weekends, mentors are key in making the event such an awesome learning experience. With SW Boulder Space that is no different, but we will have a special group of mentors on Saturday morning that will help teams evaluate the feasibility of the ideas and/or how to get there. There are many existing space companies that work on ideas that are not currently technological doable, but they have a plan on how to get there and be profitable on the way. A good example is Deep Space Industries (DSi). What they want to achieve is space mining, not possible yet, but they are developing spacecraft components that they sell to other companies and will eventually use for mining purposes.


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EVENT SCHEDULE

Friday October 12th


6:00 pm
Registration
Arrive at the venue and get checked in


6:30 pm
Dinner & Networking
Eat food, share ideas, practice pitches, get to know fellow participants


7:00 pm
Welcome & Speakers
Review agenda for the weekend and introduce speakers, coaches, and community leaders


8:00 pm
Pitches Start
Optionally line up to give your pitch


8:40 pm
Voting
Attendees vote for the top pitches


9:10 pm
Form Teams
Teams start forming and discussing ideas


10:00 pm
Begin Work
Start to formalize teams and take an inventory of skills. Be honest, and direct about what resources and skills are needed for the weekend. You may stay and work as late as the venue will allow

Saturday October 13th


8:30 am
Breakfast
Arrive, simple breakfast & coffee


9:00 am
Mentoring Session: Technical Feasibility
Mentors help teams one-on-one. They are here to help!


12:00 pm
Lunch


1:00 pm
Check-In
After-lunch check-in, status reports, call for help


3:00 pm
Mentoring Session: Business Model
Mentors help teams one-on-one. They are here to help!


6:30 pm
Dinner


7:30 pm
Check-In
After-dinner check-in, status reports, call for help


10:00 pm
Wrap-Up
Finished for the day. You may stay and work as late as the venue will allow

Sunday October 14th


9:00 am
Breakfast
Arrive, simple breakfast & coffee


10:00 am
Mentoring session: Pitch practice
Mentors arrive. Final opportunity to ask questions


12:00 pm
Lunch


3:00 pm
Presentation Prep & Tech Check
Final hours of worktime should be focused on perfecting your presentation, tech-check for final presentations also takes place


5:30 pm
Final Presentations


6:30 pm
Dinner


7:15 pm
Judging & Awards


8:30 pm
Wrap-Up


9:00 pm
Go Home!



Speakers


Matt Beckner
Co-Founder & Chief Operating Officer @ Blue Canyon Technologies

Matt Beckner has 30 years of satellite design, operations, manufacturing and test experience. He has supported a wide range of commercial, military and classified, and NASA spacecraft, contributing to over 30 space missions.
Matt was an original founder, and has been the Chief Operating Officer at Blue Canyon Technologies (BCT) since its formation in 2008. Under his guidance, BCT manufacturing and test operations have delivered hundreds of spaceflight components and spacecraft. Over 75 of those units are currently operational and fulfilling their mission requirements on orbit and on interplanetary missions. Matt conceived and operates the current BCT satellite factory in Boulder, Colorado which is currently producing a wide range of satellites for civil, defense, and operational missions for the US Government.
BCT has established the performance paradigm for satellites between 3kg and 100kg in terms of high-performance, affordability, autonomy and reliability. The company has doubled in size each of the past 4 years under his guidance, maintaining focus on bringing high-performance and affordable spacecraft systems to the marketplace to service a wide range of military and scientific missions.
Prior to co-founding BCT, Mr. Beckner was part of the development team, execution, or operations of many operational small (500 to 1000 kg) satellites delivered to a wide range of customers for high-impact missions. He was part of the innovative team which put “better, faster, cheaper” to practice by delivering the NASA QuikSCAT spacecraft in a record 14 months. He was also part of the team that delivered the extremely successful and effective QuickBird and WorldView satellites to DigitalGlobe.


Scott Tibbitts
CEO @ Katasi Inc.

Scott is a nationally recognized speaker and space entrepreneur who inspires his audiences by sharing his story of building a space company from scratch.Scott created Starsys Research Corporation after he brought NASA an invention made of hardware store parts and suggested it be used on spacecraft. Starsys grew to become the small space company to work for and with, building devices for more than 350 spacecraft, including the motor that recently lowered the NASA rover Curiosity to the Martian surface. By evangelizing Fun, Family and Excellence, Starsys created a legendary corporate culture that was responsible for more than 4000 devices flown in space with an unprecedented 100% success rate.Scott went on to found eSpace: The Center of Space Entrepreneurship, the only congressionally funded not-for-profit organization that helps emerging space entrepreneurs realize their dreams.Scott is now deep in his next venture, deploying the worlds first Cloud-based distracted driving solution, in partnership with three US mobile phone providers.

Event Judges


Nicole Glaros

Nicole got her entrepreneurial start in the 4th grade, orchestrating cousins into theatrical plays and charging neighbors admission. From there, she founded three startups, the first of which had a healthy exit and the last two which failed miserably. Since then, she's spent over a decade working with and funding early-stage web software companies.

Most recently, she's been with Techstars since it's early days as a humble program in Boulder, Colorado, and has helped expand the brand and operations. In addition to running the Colorado office, she's also been part of the launch in Texas, and headed operations in NYC. She was named one of the "Coolest People in New York Tech" by Business Insider in 2013 and Marie Claire named her one of the "NewGuard".

Nicole graduated with her Master’s Degree in Sport Psychology from the University of Florida, likes to do at least one philanthropic thing annually, and shares the wonderment of parenthood with the love of her life, Mark.



Scott Tibbitts
CEO @ Katasi Inc.

Scott is a nationally recognized speaker and space entrepreneur who inspires his audiences by sharing his story of building a space company from scratch.Scott created Starsys Research Corporation after he brought NASA an invention made of hardware store parts and suggested it be used on spacecraft. Starsys grew to become the small space company to work for and with, building devices for more than 350 spacecraft, including the motor that recently lowered the NASA rover Curiosity to the Martian surface. By evangelizing Fun, Family and Excellence, Starsys created a legendary corporate culture that was responsible for more than 4000 devices flown in space with an unprecedented 100% success rate.Scott went on to found eSpace: The Center of Space Entrepreneurship, the only congressionally funded not-for-profit organization that helps emerging space entrepreneurs realize their dreams.Scott is now deep in his next venture, deploying the worlds first Cloud-based distracted driving solution, in partnership with three US mobile phone providers.


Bradley Cheetham
CEO @ Advanced Space

Bradley Cheetham is an engineer, 3x entrepreneur and lifelong commercial space advocate. He is best known as the co-founder and CEO of Advanced Space where he leads company operations and strategy to deliver flight dynamics and operations software and services to clients across the space industry

Cheetham earned a degree in Aerospace Engineering and Mechanical Engineering from the State University of New York at Buffalo and received his Masters in Aerospace Engineering Sciences from the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he has also conducted significant research on spacecraft navigation in support of a Doctorate of Philosophy. He continues to serve as lead instructor and curriculum developer for a graduate level course in Commercial Spaceflight Operations at CU Boulder.

As an advocate for the space industry, he serves on the Board of Directors for the Future Space Leaders Foundation, is a member of the Entrepreneurship and Investment Committee of the International Astronautical Federation, and serves on the Board of Advisors and the Board of Trustees of Students for the Exploration and Development of Space (SEDS).


Matt Beckner
Co-Founder & Chief Operating Officer @ Blue Canyon Technologies

Matt Beckner has 30 years of satellite design, operations, manufacturing and test experience. He has supported a wide range of commercial, military and classified, and NASA spacecraft, contributing to over 30 space missions.
Matt was an original founder, and has been the Chief Operating Officer at Blue Canyon Technologies (BCT) since its formation in 2008. Under his guidance, BCT manufacturing and test operations have delivered hundreds of spaceflight components and spacecraft. Over 75 of those units are currently operational and fulfilling their mission requirements on orbit and on interplanetary missions. Matt conceived and operates the current BCT satellite factory in Boulder, Colorado which is currently producing a wide range of satellites for civil, defense, and operational missions for the US Government.
BCT has established the performance paradigm for satellites between 3kg and 100kg in terms of high-performance, affordability, autonomy and reliability. The company has doubled in size each of the past 4 years under his guidance, maintaining focus on bringing high-performance and affordable spacecraft systems to the marketplace to service a wide range of military and scientific missions.
Prior to co-founding BCT, Mr. Beckner was part of the development team, execution, or operations of many operational small (500 to 1000 kg) satellites delivered to a wide range of customers for high-impact missions. He was part of the innovative team which put “better, faster, cheaper” to practice by delivering the NASA QuikSCAT spacecraft in a record 14 months. He was also part of the team that delivered the extremely successful and effective QuickBird and WorldView satellites to DigitalGlobe.


Coaches and Mentors


Abby Benson
Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation @ CU Bolder

Abby Benson provides strategic direction and leadership for the University of Colorado Boulder's Industry Collaboration and AeroSpace Ventures programs. The Office of Industry Collaboration promotes and supports mutually beneficial opportunities for engagement between CU Boulder and industry. AeroSpace Ventures is a collaborative entity that brings together aerospace engineering and earth and space science faculty, students, and industry partners to solve complex problems that lead to new discoveries and innovations.


Alires Almon
Founder & Principal Investigator

Throughout her professional career, Alires has fostered a deep passion for the opportunities created by advanced science and technology.  She feels it is important to ensure that the social and cultural impacts of technology are addressed as equally as the technical advancements.   Alires was part of the team that was awarded the 100 Year Starship grant from DARPA. She is the Orchestrator of Engagement, responsible for Programs, Outreach and Partnerships for organization.  The goal of 100 Year Starship is to enable the capabilities for interstellar human space flight within the next 100 years and enhance life on earth every step of the way. Alires facilitated the annual 100YSS Public Symposium that convened leading scientists, global thought leaders, and space enthusiasts in science, space exploration, life science, engineering and culture.    She founded Deep Space Predictive Research Group to push the boundaries of social science and enable the issues of behavioral health to be a consideration in space mission planning.  Our goal is to create new behavioral technology that enables and empowers humans, in new and isolated environments, to best manage themselves to assure health, safety, and individual & group success. Ultimately, we lay the foundation for the creation and evolution of a thriving culture by enabling and empowering humans.  


Bill Pawlak
Co-Founder @ Frontside

Bill takes a pragmatic, evidence-based approach to product strategy and design efforts and believes customer “delight” starts with first making sure a company is solving the right problems. He brings 20 years of research experience, strategic design thinking, and business knowledge to every project heads on and loves tackling complex interaction problems.

Bill's educational background is in Human-Computer Interaction and Industrial/Cognitive Engineering. He holds an M.A.Sc. in Industrial Engineering, from the University of Toronto and a B.S. in Engineering Psychology/Human Factors from the University of Illinois at Urbana/Champaign.



Brandon Seifert
Co-Founder & CMO @ Atomos Nuclear and Space

Space entrepreneur with a background in high-tech startups. Often found watering houseplants and very small trees.


Brian Baisch
Investor at Baisch Ventures

An active angel investor with a dedicated passion for ‘New Space’ ventures and a focus on ‘space for space’ innovations that look to utilize in-space resources to further aid in manufacturing, transportation, exploration, and to overall propel the human experience into space.  An early stage investor in emerging startups including space ventures – Astrobotic Technology and OmniEarth as well as multiple CO companies – WeSpeakPOS, PharmaJet, and CirrusMD.  Spent the last decade and a half in IT solution sales to the US federal government and commercial sectors ultimately building a territory to $50mm in annual revenues before ultimately pursuing investing in startups full time.  Began career as a Sr. Network Engineer for a multinational Fortune 100 corporation eventually earning the industry recognized Cisco CCIE Certification (#8219).   Completed a B.S. in Astrophysics and Minor in Psychology from the University of Oklahoma (1997).   Enjoyment of foreign languages including partial fluency in French and Spanish and an active aviation enthusiast and private pilot with an instrument rating and over 500 hours of pilot in command time.  Have called Colorado home for the past 20 years and enjoy partaking in the incredible outdoor activities that are offered here including road biking and skiing.


Carl Gelderloos
Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics at CU-Boulder

Carl has over 20 years of experience in all aspects of the technologies and the business of space.  He has engaged in early stage concept development, cutting edge technology development and a full spectrum of space-oriented business case development.  He serves as the Business Acquisition Manager at LASP.  He holds a Ph.D. in nuclear physics from Stony Brook University.


Charlie Hoffman
Sr. Advanced Systems Manager @ Ball Aerospace

Charlie Hoffman has been in Aerospace since the late 1970s where he had the opportunity to be mentored by senior engineers who had worked on the Apollo missions during the race to the moon. He has seen the industry go through many changes, and also witnessed how some fundamentals never seem to change.
He has a BS in Civil Engineering and an MS in Aerospace, both from the University of Colorado.
He worked for many years at Ball Aerospace initially performing the mechanical design satellites and finally leading the new business pursuits for electro-optical mechanisms both for space missions and aircraft based military systems.
Since his retirement from Ball, he has provided consulting services for the development of electro-optical mechanisms.


Christine Fanchiang
Founder @ The Space Research Company

Christine Fanchiang is the founder of The Space Research Company, an innovation hub for developing new technologies aimed at space colonization. The company was awarded with a NASA SBIR/STTR grant and participated in the NSF I-Corps customer discovery program. She holds a Ph.D. and M.S. degree in aerospace engineering sciences from the University of Colorado Boulder and a B.S. in aeronautics and astronautics from MIT. During her time in graduate school, she participated in numerous NASA competitions for developing and prototyping bioregenerative live support systems, lunar base concept designs, and Mars fly-by missions. Additionally, as part of her research, she worked with the FAA Center of Excellence for Commercial Space Transportation in developing the foundation for future regulations for commercial human spaceflight activities. Prior to graduate school she worked at Northrop Grumman Space Technology as a systems engineer on a national weather satellite program.  


Jeff Smith
Startup Space Project Manager @ Space Frontier Foundation

For the past two years I have hosted and helped organize Startup Space on behalf of the Space
Frontier Foundation. Startup Space is a pitch competition where twenty contestants are selected to
pitch their business/product in front of a panel of judges. Previous judges have included members from
the Space Angels Network, Starburst Accelerator, RRE Ventures, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Promus
Ventures, Ideanco, Silicon Valley Space Center, StarBridge Ventures, Astia Angels, MoonshotX, and Ball
Aerospace to name a few. The next Startup Space event will take place at SATELLITE 2019 on May 7 th in
Washington DC. Space entrepreneurs along the full spectrum, from the college student with a great idea
to an established company looking for an additional funding round and everyone in between, are
encouraged to apply. Applications are open now and can be found on the SATELLITE 2019 website. If
you are interested in finding out more about the Space Frontier Foundation or Startup Space please find
me during the Boulder Startup Weekend event or reach out to me on LinkedIn.


Joel Flom
Co-Founder @ Frontside

Joel believes bringing in the customer early and often “when the ingredients are still on the table“ is the best recipe for success. His 20 years as a business owner, startup mentor, consultant, manager, product/UX strategist, interaction designer, and researcher allow him to connect with each contributor of the product design process.

Joel's educational background is in Sociology and Psychology. He holds an B.A in both disciplines from the University of Minnesota. He also holds an Advanced IT Project Management certification from Software Engineering Australia and a 
Certificate IV in Information Technology (with Distinction) from North Coast Institute of TAFE (Australia).


Jon Goff
Founder/CEO @ Altius Space Machines

Space Development Entrepreneur, with experience in business development, business operations, entrepreneurial strategy, proposal writing, business plan development, public speaking, aerospace and mechanical engineering, robotics, orbital mechanics, liquid rocket engine development, flightweight pressure-vessel design, CAD modeling, FEA analysis, suborbital launch vehicle design, general manufacturing, etc. Interested in promoting the private development of space, including both space access and space applications. 

Involved in efforts to promote the implementation of, and mature technologies related to orbital propellant depots and microgravity cryo fluid management.


Kevin Sinclair
Senior Manager Electronics Engineering @ Lockheed Martin

Kevin has over 20 years of space experience at McDonnell Douglas, Boeing, United Launch Alliance (ULA) and Lockheed Martin.  Kevin has a breadth of knowledge covering electrical / electronic component analysis, batteries, electronics manufacturing and power systems design and analysis.  Kevin has also held management roles for groups including power systems, electronics development, EMC and Parts, Material and Process.  Kevin holds a BSEE and an MBA from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, CA.


Krystal Scordo
Marketing & Communications @ Ball Aerospace

Krystal is a talented marketing and communications professional with more than ten years of experience in the aerospace industry. Her expertise includes strategic planning, media relations, event management, branding, marketing and communication – with a unique ability to take complex information and turn it into a story. She is currently the manager of employee communications at Ball Aerospace, Board Member and Chair of the Colorado Space Business Roundtable’s Outreach and PR Committee, active member of the Public Relations Society of America and the former manager and head of public relations for Sierra Nevada Corporation’s Space Systems. Krystal graduated from the University of Colorado, Boulder and loves to watch Ralphie run on game day – Go Buffs!


Nathalie Brochu
VP Finance at BridgeSat, Inc.

Nathalie Brochu is a senior financial executive with operating leadership experience from Wall Street to startups. She is currently VP of Finance at BridgeSat, an optical communications company. She was recently VP of Capital Markets and ran Investor Relations at fintech startup P2Binvestor, where she was also part of the Leadership team. In prior roles, Ms. Brochu was a Portfolio Manager and Financial Analyst for the Communications and Media industries at three hedge funds in New York City. She was a Founding Member of K Squared Capital Advisors, a corporate credit opportunity fund. She was Director, Specialty Sales at Knight Equity Markets, providing clients impactful investment recommendations. While at Merrill Lynch as a Vice President in Equity Research, she delivered investment research, short and long term financial projections, M&A analysis, asset valuation and SEC financial statement analysis, producing profound insights about the future of major companies in the media and telecommunications industries.
 Since moving to Denver in 2016, Ms. Brochu joined the Board of Financial Executives International (FEI) Colorado Chapter and the Associate Board for City Year Denver. She has been involved as a Mentor to startup entrepreneurs at RVC’s Hyperaccelerators. She received an MBA in Accounting and Corporate Financial Management, and a Master’s in Economics from the State University of New York at Buffalo. She completed her Bachelor of Arts Cum Laude with double majors in Accounting and Economics from Saint Michael's College in Vermont. She is fluent in French.
 Ms. Brochu is an avid wine connoisseur. She graduated with Distinction from the prestigious Wine & Spirit Education Trust, WSET® in London. She obtained her French Wine Scholar with high honors. In her free time, you will find her in the mountains on her skis or her mountain bike.


Steven Hartung
Senior Staff Scientist @ DigitalGlobe

Steven Hartung is a Senior Staff Scientist for R&D in Maxar Technologies’ DigitalGlobe business unit. As a Tech Lead in satellite remote sensing, he works on applications and algorithms for image processing.  DigitalGlobe’s satellite constellation is the industry leader in resolution and spectral capability for commercial imagery from orbit, generating enormous amounts of data requiring calibration and analysis. Steven has extensive experience with tera-pixel scale image processing in HPC environments and in the cloud. Prior to DigitalGlobe, he spent 15 years in multiple technology startups in the Boulder area doing hardware, firmware and software engineering, and as an engineering manager.Steven has a Ph.D. in Computational Astronomy from James Cook University in Australia, and is an Adjunct Research Fellow in the Astrophysics Department at the University of Southern Queensland. He has a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan, and he served in Strategic Air Command in the US Air Force.


Tanya Ramond
Director of Product Management @ BridgeSat, Inc.

Tanya Ramond is Director of Product Management at BridgeSat Inc., a Denver-based aerospace startup whose mission is to revolutionize global communications via free-space optical networks tailored for the commercial sector.  Previously, she served as CTO of York Space Systems.  In nearly a decade at Ball Aerospace & Technologies, Dr. Ramond was engineering manager for several multi-million-dollar R&D projects working with multidisciplinary teams in developing and testing new remote sensing instrumentation.  Dr. Ramond started her work with lasers with her Doctorate from the University of Colorado Physics Department, and she continued as a postdoctoral fellow at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. Dr. Ramond recently completed her MBA from the University of Denver Daniels School of Business.  She served as a due diligence analyst for Rockies Venture Club, evaluating early stage startup companies for angel investment.  Dr. Ramond recently completed an Executive MBA from the University of Denver, and advises early stage companies on commercialization strategies. 


Udit Mehta
Chief Digital Growth Officer - Americas @ Siemens Energy Inc

Udit is a Global Executive with over 14 years of experience in business and partnership development in emerging technologies and innovation. As the Chief Digital Growth Officer, he leads a portfolio of digital offerings for the Energy sector.  Having worked in  multiple continents, his cross cultural and strategic partnership experience in U.S, Asia and European markets has allowed him to establish Digitization and B2B innovation hubs and built the best teams.  A progressive self-starter and executive strategist in assessment of new business opportunities, he had led new product development, launch, business development and strategy. Being passionate about Aerospace and space exploration, he launched Out There Space and offers mentoring to entrepreneurs on the right attitude and approach for leading new ventures.


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