The films included in this archive mainly comprise recordings of activities in which Dr Kass participated, his lectures, or interviews with him.

 

Lectures on Space Psychology

Dr Kass frequently delivers lectures on space psychology, most of them to students at University College London, but some elsewhere. A selection of these lectures are posted here.

UCL Lectures: “Psychological Issues for Long-Duration Space Missions”

Psychological Issues for Long-Duration Space Missions

A series of lectures have been delivered to second-year medical and physiology students at University College London, Dep. of Medicine, organized by the Centre for Aviation, Space & Extreme Environment (CASE) Medicine. Some of these lectures were recorded and are posted here.

Psychological challenges of human spaceflight

Psychological challenges of human spaceflight

At a recent Mars Meetup event Dr Kass talked to the young Mars enthusiasts about the special challenges facing astronauts in orbital weightlessness and long-duration separation from mother Earth.

For further information please see associated news article.

 

The Human Mission to Mars

Watch Hollywood Talk Show: “Human Mission to Mars”

Human Mission to Mars

A live talk show on the subject of a human mission to Mars, organized by Watch Hollywood interviewed, interviewed Dr Norbert Kraft, chief medical officer of the Mars One project and Dr James Kass, advisor to the project.

For further information please see associated news article.

Chasing a Dream - Human Spaceflight

Human Mission to Mars

At the 2016 Mars One biennial event attended by the project’s advisers, ambassadors, sponsors, investors, and other stakeholders, Dr Kass, adviser for Mars One, was invited to give a keynote speech. His theme was about how his professional career transmogrified from Nuclear Physics and Neurophysiology to Human Spaceflight.

For more information see the associated news article.

 

Lectures on Human Spaceflight

With a long and exciting career in human spaceflight Dr Kass has been invited to give lectures on this theme, some of which have been recorded.

Reminiscences of an adventurous career in human spaceflight

Reminiscences of an adventurous career in human spaceflight

In the context of an annual Summer Institute, in 2015 on Space, Concordia University took the opportunity to invite Dr James Kass, alumnus of the university (BSc, 1968) to deliver a public lecture on his exciting career in human spaceflight.

For further information please see related news article of the event on 3rd June 215, in Montreal.