›4th Space Technologies Dnepropetrovsk
The Fourth International Conference on Space Technologies: the Present and Future will take place in Dniepropetrovsk under the auspices of the International Academy of Astronautics.
The conference established a good reputation in the domestic and international scientific community. It is conducted biannually on a regular basis since 2007. In April 2011, scientists from 15 world countries participated in the third conference, and more than 100 presentations were submitted to plenary meeting and working sections.
The international space conference in Dniepropetrovsk is a good opportunity to discuss new trends in space rocket technologies, advanced development, new insight into global space problems and unifying international concepts of their solution.
Section 1. Current and future space launch systems, their components and subsystems:
- analysis of technical solutions for current and future space launch systems, launch vehicles, including expendable and reusable launch vehicles;
- analysis of contemporary trends of the global launch services market development;
- analysis of technical solutions for launch vehicles critical subsystems (control, thermostating, power-supply systems, etc.).
- methods and facilities for LV units development (test development bench facilities, real-time computer systems for monitoring, control and measurement of bench equipment and prototype structures);
- problems connected with assurance of optimal reliability of LV and SC;
- сreation of the Earth anti-asteroid defense;
- disposal of radioactive waste into space;
- methods and means of removing the anthropogenic pollution of near space;
- systems and technologies of elimination;
- ballistics, dynamics, aerogasdynamics, heat transfer and thermal protection, load and strength of current and future products of rocket and space technology.
Section 2. Current and future space satellite systems:
- technical configuration of current satellites and spacecraft;
- onboard and ground service systems for data acquisition, control and testing of spacecraft;
- space missions and technologies related to the Earth and its environment data acquisition;
- space communication technologies and systems including stationary and mobile satellite communication, TV- and broadcasting, stationary and broadband interactive multimedia satellite services;
- scientific satellite missions aimed at researches in the Earth sciences, astronomical and astrophysical observations, investigations in fundamental physics and astrophysics;
- current and future navigation systems;
- power supply of space vehicles.
Section 3. Future rocket engines and power propulsion systems:
- technical solutions used to create up-to-date liquid, solid, hybrid and electrical rocket propulsion systems used in expendable and reusable launch vehicles and spacecrafts;
- future power propulsion systems for launch vehicles.
Section 4. Materials and technologies:
- recent developments and advanced researches in the area of new materials and structures used in expendable and reusable space transportation systems and spacecraft, as well as technologies for their creation;
- methods of new space-rocket materials and technologies quality assessment;
- nanotechnologies used in space rocket technologies.
Section 5. Space for humankind:
- methods and prospects for space education of young people;
- space exploration: political, economic and legal aspects;
- outer space exploration and international cooperation;
- impact of space activity on social and economic development and everyday life of society;
- methods and prospects of space education of youth;
- remote design and training via Internet global network;
- Development and implementation of new information technologies in the field of international and regional standardization of space technology, the main priorities and problematic issues;
- innovation and invention;
- museums and activity connected with museum and history.
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