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2nd IAA Space Flight Safety Symposium, Saint-Petersburg, Russia Print
2nd IAA Space Flight Safety Symposium


International Academy of Astronautics
 
 
June 29 - July 3rd, 2015
Saint-Petersburg, Russia

 
More detailed information is available on the conference website at: http://sfs-spb.ru     


Local organizing committe:

    Mikhail Silnikov – Director General Scientific and Production Enterprise “Special Materials” (Chair).
    Andrew Mikhaylin – Organizational Department.
    Mikhail Chernyshov – St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University Head of Department.

Scientific program committe:

    Nickolay Smirnov, Prof., Dr.Sc.-Hab., IAA Com.1 Vice Chair, Moscow M.V.Lomonosov State University, Russia.
    Mikhail Silnikov, Prof., Dr.Sc.-Hab., Director General Scientific and Production Enterprise “Special Materials” Russia.
    Igor Barmin, General Designer, Federal State Enterprize “TsENKI”, Russian Space Agency, Russia.
    Vladimir Betelin, Academician RAS, Director of Scientific Research Institute for System Studies, Russia.
    Jean Michel Contant, IAA Secretary General.
    Grunde Jomaas, Technical University of Denmark, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark.
    Jaye Koo, Professor, Korea Aerospace University, Seoul, Korea.
    Susan McKenna-Lawlor, Academician, Prof. D.Sc., Sec. IAA Com.1, Ireland.
    Vyacheslav Nosikov, Adviser to General director “NPO “Technomash”, Russian Space Agency.
    Vitalii Panov, Vice-president of Russian Engineering Academy.
    Igor Rubtsov, director of scientific Analytic Centre “NPO “Technomash”, Russian Space Agency.

SFS 2015 Symposium organizers


Theme of the symposium:

Space Flight Safety

Topics:

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

Session chairs:

    Session 1 – Grunde Jomaas, Technical University of Denmark, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark.
    Session 2 – Nickolay Smirnov, Moscow M.V.Lomonosov State University, Russia.
    Session 3 – Igor V. Barmin, General Designer, Federal State Enterprise “TsENKI”, Russian Space Agency, Russia.
    Session 4 – Jaye Koo, Professor, Korea Aerospace University, Seoul, Korea.
    Session 5 – Susan McKenna-Lawlor, Academician, Prof. D.Sc., Sec. IAA Com.1, Ireland.
    Session 6 – Vladimir Betelin, Academician RAS, Director of Scientific Research Institute for System Studies, Russia.

Publication plans for the required special issue of Acta Astronautica Authors of best papers presented at the Conference, will be invited to submit their contributions to Acta Astronautica for a standard review procedure.


Registration fees:

    Members of IAA  – €200.
    Non-members – €250.
    Students  – €100.
    Accompanying persons: free one accompanying person, additional accompanying persons – €100 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.

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

Hotels:
Hotels will be within walking distance, prices ranging from 70 to 180 Euros depending on room category.


Schedule of symposium preparation:

– 1st and 2nd announcement:
1st announcement – February 15, 2015;
2nd announcement and preliminary Program May 15, 2015;

Period and method of registration and hotel booking:
Registration May 1 – June 29,
Early bird May 1 – June 1, 2015.

Abstract handling:

Submission via e-mail deadline April, 30, 2015
Information of Acceptance – May 15, 2015.
Full length paper submission – June 15, 2015

Call for papers (pdf format version).

– Program drafting and finalization:
May 15, 2015 – Visa supposed until  April 1, 2015 Abstract numbering: IAA-SFS-2015-0XX

Traveling to the symposium:
Pulkovo Airport in Saint Pepersburg has good connections with all major capitals of the World. Those preferring to take a flight to/from Moscow (accounting for COSPAR meeting) can use fast train SAPSAN transportation between Moscow and Saint Petersburg. Travelling time 4 hours (650 km), prices from 70 Euros one way. 

All questions relevant to registration, abstract submission should be addressed directly to Local Organizational department head Andrew Mikhaylin This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it Symposium web site:  The information is present on the IAA site as well.

Sponsor:

SFS 2015 sponsor


Contact:

194044, Russia, St. Petersburg, B. Sampsonievsky, 28-a

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+7 (812) 294-55-68,  +7 (812) 542-81-14

More detailed information is available on the conference website at: http://sfs-spb.ru     


 
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