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International Academy of Astronautics
 
 IAA Space Flight Safety Symposium
 
July 28-31,2014
Saint-Petersburg, Russia


 

 

INTRODUCTION:

On January 10, 2014, 32 Heads of Space Agencies gathered in Washington DC to discuss topics of international importance on Planetary Robotic and Human Spaceflight Exploration. The International Academy of Astronautics announces the IAA Summit declaration that was welcomed by all agencies leaders.

St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University was founded in 1899. Recently SPbSPU became “National Research University”, also known in Russia and abroad as Polytechnic Institute — a recognized Russian and world-wide leader in the field of higher engineering and economic education. Currently it also remains at the leading positions in the rating of Russian engineering higher educational institutions.

Scientific and Production Enterprise «Special Materials Corp.» Special Materials ltd.” started in 1992, and since the beginning we have been dedicated to providing Law Enforcement with the high quality life saving products,  “Special Materials ltd.” works with  modern composite, ceramic materials that can be used for engineering protection including protection of spacecrafts against fragmentation.

Symposium sponsors:

Federal State Unitary Enterprise «Technomash». Head enterprise of the Federal Space Agency (Roscosmos) for the implementation of the Federal Space Program in the field of technology, as well as member of the International Association of Space Activities (MACD). Member state scientific and technical programs for the defense industry and the Defence Ministry.


PROGRAM:

Final Program is available.

Fire safety of Space vehicles
Protection of Space structures from space debris collisions and micrometeoroids
Safety at launch place and during takeoff
Radiation hazards and safety
Supercomputer predictive modeling for ensuring Space program safety


Chairs:
Session 1 – Grunde Jomaas, Technical University of Denmark, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark
Session 2 – Christophe Bonnal, CNES, Paris, France & Nickolay Smirnov
Session 3 – Igor V. Barmin, General Designer, Federal State Enterprise “TsENKI”, Russian Space Agency, Russia
Session 4 – Susan McKenna-Lawlor, Academician, Prof. D.Sc., Sec. IAA Com.1, Ireland
Session 5 – Vladimir Betelin, Academician RAS, Director of Scientific Research Institute for System Studies, Russia


VENUE:

Saint-Petersburg, Russia


SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM COMMITTEE:


Igor V. Barmin, General Designer, Federal State Enterprize «TsENKI», Russian Space Agency, Russia

Vladimir Betelin, Academician RAS, Director of Scientific Research Institute for System Studies, Russia

Christophe Bonnal, CNES, Paris, France

Grunde Jomaas, Technical University of Denmark, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark

Susan McKenna-Lawlor, Academician, Prof. D.Sc., Sec. IAA Com.1, Ireland

Vyacheslav Nosikov, Adviser to General director “NPO “Technomash”, Russian Space Agency, Russia

Vitalii Panov, Vice-president of Russian Engineering Academy, Russia

Igor Rubtsov, director of scientific Analytic Centre “NPO “Technomash”, Russian Space Agency, Russia

Mikhail Silnikov, Prof., Dr.Sc.-Hab., Director General Scientific and Production Enterprise “Special Materials”, Russia

Jean Michel Contant, IAA Secretary General, France

Program Chair: Nickolay Smirnov, Prof., Dr.Sc.-Hab., IAA Com.1 Vice Chair, Russia

LOCAL ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:

Silnikov Mikhail V. – corresponding member of RAS, academician of RARAN, Prof., D.Sc.-Hab., General Director of “Special Materials Corp.”

Mikhaylin Andrei I. – chief editor deputy, corresponding member of RARAN,  Prof., D.Sc.-Hab., “Special Materials Corp.” General Director Deputy in charge for science and development.

Chernyshov Mikhail V. –  D.Sc., associated professor, leading scientific worker of ‘ Special Materials Corp.” Research Center.


REGISTRATION:

    Members of IAA 200 Euros
    Non-members 250 Euros
    Students 100 Euros

    Accompanying persons: free one accompanying person, additional accompanying persons – 100 Euros per person
    Early bird registration provides 10% discount of all registration fees.

Items included in the registration fee:

    Admission to all sessions;
    Participant badge and kit;
    Booklets;
    Book of abstracts;
    Excursion to field test site;
    Refreshments and Coffee breaks

Publication plans for the required special issue of Acta Astronautica.

Authors of all papers presented at the Conference, will be invited to submit their contributions to Acta Astronautica for a standard review procedure.

Banquet and transportation to/from airport, as well as other optional tours are paid separately.

Hotels will be within walking distance, prices ranging from 90 to 200 Euros depending on room category.

VISA INFORMATION:

Please note the procedure of getting Russian visa is as follows: a host organization collect information of its visitors and provide them of the Official Visa Center. Invitation letter are issued not by a host organization, but by the Official Institution. It takes about a month and a half. When you have such an invitation letter the Russian Embassy in your country issue a visa for you without further consideration and delay.
Since visa paper work takes more than a month, we will appreciate it if you provide us with the aforementioned information asap. The deadline is mid-April.


CALL FOR PAPERS:


Call for Papers and 1st announcement February 15, 2014
2nd announcement and preliminary Program May 1, 2014.
Period and method of registration and hotel booking

Registration May 1 – July 27, Early bird May 1 – June 27.

Abstract handling:
Submission via e-mail deadline March, 10, 2014
Information of Acceptance – March 30, 2014
Full length paper submission – May 15, 2014
Primary review results – June 15, 2014
Program drafting and finalization: May 1, 2014

Visa handling Since April 1, 2014

Abstract numbering: IAA-SFS-2014-0XX


CONTACT:

Address: 194044, St. Petersburg, B. Sampsonievsky, 28-А
Phone: (812) 294-55-68;
E-mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
Mikhaylin Andrei I. – chief editor deputy, corresponding member of RARAN, doctor of technical sciences, “Special Materials Corp.” General Director Deputy in charge for science and development.

International Academy of Astronautics (IAA)
6 rue Galilée, BP 1268-16, 75766 Paris Cedex 16

Tel 331 47 23 82 15, Fax 331 47 23 82 16




For more detailed information please visit the conference website at:

http://sfs-spb.ru         

 
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