Dr. Garrett Reisman

Professor of Astronautical Engineering at USC and a Senior Advisor at SpaceX

Dr. Reisman is a top future trends speaker and was selected by NASA as a mission specialist astronaut in 1998 and went on to complete his first mission aboard the space shuttle, Endeavour. On this first trip, he was dropped off for a 95 day stay aboard The International Space Station before returning to Earth aboard the space shuttle, Discovery

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    California, USA

  • Dr. Garrett Reisman`s Keynote Speaker Fee This reflects Dr. Garrett Reisman`s U.S. Speaking Fee

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  • Travels From

    California, USA

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Suggested Keynote Programs

Dr. Reisman is available to give presentations on the following subjects which can also be tailored to a specific audience: The Recent Past...

Dr. Reisman is available to give presentations on the following subjects which can also be tailored to a specific audience:

  • The Recent Past and Near Future of the American Space Program
  • Lessons Learned:Inspiration, Determination, Vision, and Innovation

These two presentations provide a unique combination of humor and inspiration. For more serious and technical presentations, the following topics are also available:

  • Apollo 1, Challenger, and Columbia – Failures of Risk Management – What can organizations and individuals learn from these tragedies?
  • Simplicity as a Guiding Principle in Engineering Design
  • Innovation at NASA and SpaceX – Who does it better and why?

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About Keynote Speaker Dr. Garrett Reisman

Dr. Reisman was selected by NASA as a mission specialist Astronaut in 1998. His first mission was aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour, in 2008, which dropped him off for a 95-day mission aboard the International Space Station after which he returned to Earth aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery. His second mission was aboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis, in 2010, and returned Dr. Reisman to the Space Station.
During these missions, Dr. Reisman performed 3 spacewalks, operated the Space Station Robot Arm and was a flight engineer aboard the Space Shuttle.  After leaving NASA in 2011, Dr. Reisman joined SpaceX where he worked for Elon Musk and prepared SpaceX for human spaceflight as the Director of Space Operations.   Currently he is a Professor of Astronautical Engineering at USC and a Senior Advisor at SpaceX.
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