Team Phoenicia has posted the draft agenda for the Nanosat Launcher Challenge Seminar on Nov 12th/13th at our facility. NASA and the allied org are confirmed. We are awaiting confirmation from the other organizations that are invited.
We are planning a very large chunk of time for the potential teams to present and a handful of those that plan on supplying parts, equipment or even whole rockets rather than attempt to keep themselves. In some ways, yes, this seminar is patterned after the GLXP Summit. There are several differences though: we don't have Google to hang out with for it and the teams are really, really different: the NLC and the GLXP are really, really different beasts and definitely attract different folks.
Just a note, for those of you that are interested and in the SF Bay area, there will be a free public lecture at TechShop - Menlo Park at 5 PM on Nov 12th by NASA about the Centennial Challenges in the TechShop conference room. There will be a social that anyone is allowed to attend, but the food is not free except to seminar participants. This will also be at Techshop following the lecture.
PS: East coasters, keep safe and dry!