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HSE 2016


International Academy of Astronautics
 
IAA Human Space Exploration Conference

 
May 24-26, 2016

Korolyov, Russia


 

Conference book of abstracts is available.

During the IAA Conference on Human Space Exploration, 24 May 2016, Korolev, Russia a ceremony recognized newly elected members with Dr. Jean-Michel Contant, Secretary General IAA and Igor Komarov, Head of Federal Space Agency Roscosmos, and Vladimir Solntsev, President RSC-Energia.


IAA newly elected member in Korolev, Russia  IAA Newly Elected in Korolev, Moscow, Russia

Vladimir Solntsev and Jean-Michel Contant                             Igor Komarov and Jean-Michel Contant


Two video reports of the Conference are available:



pdf print version of the Call for Papers is available.


International conference "Human space exploration" organized by Roscosmos  under the auspices of the International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) and with the support of JSC "RSC "Energia"  S. P. Korolev" and Korolev city administration.

The conference is timed to the celebration of the 55th anniversary of the first manned flight into space and will be held in preparation for the next Summit of heads of space agencies organized by the MAA. The Academy in conjunction with the Russian space Agency has decided to hold this event in Russia, in outer science city Korolev, where was born the history of cosmonautics.

Since 2010, IAA has organized and conducted three similar Summits , serving as a platform for "equal dialogue" on the prospects of space exploration. At the sites of these world forums space recognized leaders and beginners in this field to discuss current problems of cosmonautics. The fourth Summit of heads of space agencies is scheduled for early 2017, devoted to the topic of manned space exploration and unmanned space systems.

Recommendations of conference participants will be the basis for the conclusions of the international Academy of Astronautics, which will be presented at the level of heads of space agencies.


Call for Papers

Abstract Submission Procedure

    Log in the online registration system using login and password sent to your e-mail address upon registration.
    Select “Abstracts submission”.
    Click on the “Add abstract” button.
    Fill in all fields, attach your abstract as DOC/DOCX file (max 1 page A4 line spacing-1.5, font Arial 12).
    Click “Done”.

In order to submit the second or any other abstract please repeat the procedure of registration.

To register and to submit an abstract, please visit the Conference website at:      http://www.hse2016.com

Dear participants!
Note, only one abstract for one section per participant is possible.

You can submit several abstracts in different sections.

Abbreviation applying is allowed and has to be unscramble at the first mention.

Abstract can not include pictures and diagrams.
Abstract submission deadline postponed until April 20, 2016.
Abstracts consider to be accepted if author doesn`t receive any answers within 10 calendar days.
Author can submit the appeal to the Chairman of Program committee if he receives motivated refusal within 10 calendar days.


Venue

Korolev, Moscow region, Russia

Plenary session
DK KalininaAddress: Moscow region, Korolev, Tereshkova str., 1

Session meeting
IPK "mashpribor"Address: Moscow region, Korolev, October Blvd., 12


Program

Plenary Session
Plenary Session is to commemorate 55-th anniversary of Yu. Gagarin’s space mission, as well as 15 years of International Space Station’s (ISS) first crew long-term mission. The Plenary planned for May 24, 2016, is supposed to gather administrative personnel and employees of world space agencies, managers and experts of space industry, engineers and scientists. Multiple topics to be covered include not only speeches, which mark the most important steps in space exploration by humans, but also pragmatic issues, such as changes which occurred in the ISS within past years, influence of circumstances on the Earth on cooperation in space, etc. The participants will try to provide their overview of the ISS outcome for the humankind. Cosmonauts and astronauts will share their memories about unforgettable moments in LEO. Engineers will reveal their future exploration plans for the Moon, Mars, other planets.

Plenary Session program will be announced later.

Technical Sessions
Seven technical sessions are to take place on May 25:

1. International cooperation in human space missions: current status and future goals;

Scientific chair/cochair
• Sergey K. Krikalev (TSNIIMash)
• Alexander G. Derechin (RSC Energia)

Moderator(-s)
• Sergey K. Shaevich (KhSC)

Topics:
• Heritage of international space programs.
• International and legal aspects of the ISS program.
• International integration of the ISS Russian and international segments.
• Commercial flight in the ISS program, including missions of space flight participants.
• LEO commercialization.
• International cooperation in distant space exploration and research. Open architecture of the “program of programs”.
• International crew missions to the Moon, Mars, asteroids.
• International near-lunar infrastructure.
• Commercial projects on deep-space missions.
• Contributions and rights of cooperation participants.
• Mutual dependence and program risk management.
• Optimal redundancy of critical elements maintained due to cooperation.
• Synergetic effect of cooperation for development of new technologies.

2. Scientific research carried out by humans in space. Objectives and prospects;

Scientific chair / cochair
• Vladimir A. Soloviev (RSC Energia)
• Georgy F. Karabadzhak (TSNIIMash)

Moderator(-s)
• Igor V. Sorokin (RSC Energia)

Topics:
• Scientific research programs in ISS RS and USOS (development and implementation). Specification of research branches, statistics.
• ISS scientific equipment and tools.
• International scientific cooperation. Coordination of the ISS partners’ efforts in utilization programs. Joint experiments.
• ISS one-year expedition: current status and preliminary results.
• ISS scientific experiments with Progress cargo vehicles.
• Ground preparation and support of space experiments: MCC control of scientific program progress, pre- and post-flight studies, application of ground support facilities for scientific programs.
• Evolution of the ISS technical infrastructure for research activities up to 2024. ISS tests of technologies for human spaceflights beyond low earth orbit.

3. Biomedical problems of human space missions. Space flight influence on human body. Crew training;

3-A) Biomedical problems of human space missions. Space flight influence on human body

Scientific chair/cochair
• Anatoly I. Grigoriev (IBMP)
• Oleg I. Orlov (IBMP)

Moderator(-s)
• Elena V. Fomina (IBMP)
• Oleg V. Kotov (GCTC)
• Sergey V. Ryazansky (GCTC)

Topics:
• Response of human physiological systems to weightlessness conditions.
• Combined impact of space flight factors on the human body.
• Changes in gravisensing systems that determine success of interplanetary missions.
• Factors which determine functioning of the body major systems when a human stays on the surface of cosmic bodies.
• Medical care as an element of success and safety of space missions beyond low-earth orbit (flights to the moon with landing and without, with the prospect of flights to asteroids and Mars).
• Special medical training of the crew members of deep space missions to ensure the possibility of providing in-depth and skilled medical care.
• Tasks and composition of the terrestrial medical support group for effective “board – MCC” interaction during interplanetary missions.
• Selection features, cosmonaut training and formation of the crew for long-term autonomous space flight including psychological aspect.
• Monitoring and ways of correction of physical performance level during autonomous flight.
• Negative weightlessness effect preventing system capable of providing adequate efficiency level immediately after landing on the surface and during the entire stay of the expedition on the planet (the moon).
• Psychological state and mental capacity monitoring and correction system for autonomous missions.
• Rehabilitation during flight to the Earth after the mission on the planet's surface and after return to the Earth.

3-B) Crew training

Scientific chair/cochair
• Yury V. Lonchakov (GCTC)
• Valery A. Sivolap (GCTC)

Moderator(-s)

• Gennady D. Oreshkin (GCTC)
• Pavel P. Dolgov (GCTC)
• Sergey V. Ignatiev (GCTC)

Topics:
• Professional activities of cosmonauts / astronauts (selection, training, space flight, post-flight rehabilitation).
• Results of space flights.
• New information technologies in cosmonaut / astronaut training.
• Technical tools for cosmonaut / astronaut training and simulation of spaceflight factors.
• Youth for present and future of manned spaceflight.


4. Application of automatic and robotic systems in human space missions;

Scientific chair/cochair
• Evgeny A. Mikrin (RSC Energia)
• Mikhail Yu. Balyaev (RSC Energia)

Moderator(-s)
• Alexey V. Bogachev (RSC Energia)

Topics:
• Construction principles for spacecraft/orbital station onboard and ground control systems.
• Interaction between on-board control systems and ground control facilities/the crew.
• Design and development of onboard and ground control facility software.
• Onboard and ground control facility software integrated debugging systems.
• Construction principles for automated systems in human space missions and during experiments and research.
• Testing of new service and research equipment for space applications, development and testing of new technologies for space research.
• Testing of human space flight and space research automating and robotics tools.
• Studies of new physical and engineering guidelines for service and scientific instruments development, experimental testing of advanced space devices.


5. Future human space projects. Scientific approach and concepts;

Scientific chair/cochair
• Nikolay A. Bryukhanov (RSC Energia)

Topics:
• The International Space Station: configuration, mission program, RS and USOS construction. Incorporation of Russia’s Advanced Transport Spacecraft and US commercial space vehicles into the ISS program.
• ISS application for deep space technology testing.
• LEO infrastructure of the new generation: service modules (OKA-T), solar tugs, inflatable modules, commercial space stations.
• Flights beyond low-Earth orbit. Lunar program. Lunar infrastructure. Lunar Base. Inhabited modules, crew protection against negative factors, propulsion power modules, docking modules. Multi-module arrangement. Open architecture. Flights to asteroids. Mars program. Asteroid hazard defense system.
• Advanced transport spacecraft. Space vehicle subsystems. Advanced technological solutions. Operations. Reusable and winged systems. Tether systems.
• Other promising projects of human space programs.

6. Functions of state and business in space exploration. Economics and management;

Scientific chair/cochair
• Yury N. Makarov (Roscosmos)
• Nikolay F. Moiseev (Roscosmos)

Moderator(-s)
• Dmitry B. Payson (URSC)

Topics:
• Actual problems of state regulation in space activities, taking into account evolution of private sector.
• Forms of interaction between government and business, including introduction of public-private partnership (PPP).
• Role of development institutions in shaping of favorable environment for interaction between government and business in space activities.
• Specifics of inter-sector cooperation in the various countries engaged in space activities.
• Private companies and their role in human space flights.
• Project management issues in PPP.
• Financial and economic models for PPP projects.
• Actual issues of space law and special legal relations arising in PPP projects.
• Intellectual property issues in space programs.
• Integration processes in activities of space program international participants and development of international space law.
• Application of knowledge management system for efficiency improvement in the processes of human space exploration.

7. Human resources. Training. Educational programs. Popularization of human space exploration.

Scientific chair/cochair
• Oleg M. Alifanov (Moscow Aviation University)
• Victor P. Savinykh (MIIGAIK)

Moderator(-s)
• Alexander I. Lazutkin (Zvezda R&D)

Topics:
• Actual problems of space education.
• Role of space education in space exploration: from nano-satellites to human space missions.
• Interaction of the state and business in space education of scholars and students.
• International cooperation in space education.
• Space education for schoolchildren.
• University space education.
• Role of mass media in space education of general public.
• Promotion of space science and technology for the benefit of education.
• Heritage and prospects of the ISS application in space education.
• Application of the Virtual Space concept (orbital station, moon base, etc.) and virtual tourism in educational space.
• Mobility of space education.
• Electronic forms of space and distance education.


Program Committee

Perminov Anatoly Nikolaevich
Alifanov Oleg Michailovich
Afonin Andrey Yurievich
Barmin Igor Vladimirovich
Back-Impallomeni Elisabeth
Gerstenmaier William
Zeleny Lev Matveevich
Krikalev Sergey Konstantinovich
Contant Jean-Michel
Kosmodemyansky Evgeny Vladimirovich
Lazutkin Alexamder Ivanovich
Lonchakov Yuriy Valentinovich
Makarov Yuriy Nikolaevich
Moiseev Nikolay Fedorovich
Orlov Oleg Igorevich
Pischel Rene
Yang Hong
Savinykh Victor Pavlovich
Solntsev Vladimir Lvovich
Tiulin Andrey Evgenievich

Organizing Committee

Solntsev Vladimir Lvovich
Afonin Andrey Yurievich
Briukhanov Nicolay Albertovich
Burenkov Igor Yurievich
Vinokurov Pavel Viacheslavovich
Gorshkov Oleg Anatolievich
Derechin Alexander Gdalievich
Ermakov Evgeny Alekseievich
Kalery Alexander Yurievich
Komarov Michael Victorovich
Krikalev Sergey Konstantinovich
Lonchakov Yuriy Valentinovich
Lukiashko Anatoly Vasilievich
Medvedev Alexander Alekseievich
Merkulov Michael Yurievich
Mikrin Evgeny Anatolievich
Osmolovsky Vladimir Efimovich
Perminov Anatoly Nikolaevich
Romanova Irina Georgievna
Rybalov Alexey Pavlovich
Soloviev Vladimir Alekseevich
Strelnikov Alexey Anatolievich
Uvarov Valentin Borisovich
Khodyrev Alexander Nikolaevich
Shevchenko Alexander Anatolievich


Registration & visa

The Conference format requires all participants to be registered individually .
Registration is completed once a registration fee has been received by the official service agent MAKO.
For more detailed information and to register, please visit the Conference website at:

http://www.hse2016.com

The category of participation Early registration
(until 15.03.2016)
late registration
(from 16.03.2016)
Delegate 340 EUR 390 EUR
Student 120 EUR 150 EUR


Information on registration fee is provided for participants who are not citizens of the Russian Federation.

The registration fee for the category "Delegate" includes:
Free access to all sections
Free entrance to the exhibition
Badge and conference bag
Book of abstracts
Meals according to the program

The registration fee for the category of "Student" includes:
Free access to all sections
Free entrance to the exhibition
Badge
Meals according to the program

Note: a Participant is considered registered from the day that registration fee arrives at the account of the Conference official service agent MAKO.
Cancellation of participation and refund

Notification of cancellation should be sent to the Conference official service agent MAKO ( This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it ). Cancellations received by March 15, 2016 will be accepted without penalty. No refund after March 15, 2016 will be available.

Note: all refunds are made within 60 days after the Conference and without bank charges and overheads.


Sponsors

According to the Conference goals we developed several categories of partnership and sponsorship. You can also offer forms of participation that we are willing to consider.

Benefits of sponsorship:

1. Direct commercial benefits:
       • New partner solutions
       • Output at manufacturers in the industry
       • Direct contact with domestic and international industry professionals
2. The new generation of producers
3. Education and training.
4. Access to new technologies and methods
5. Attracting the attention of producers and consumers industry
6. A new level of awareness of the company

Key topics of the Conference

The stated theme focus on the problems and prospects of development and use of manned space systems, professional activities of cosmonauts, scientific and applied research and experiments in space, technical means for cosmonaut training and simulation of spaceflight factors, medical and psychological aspects of selection, training the crews in space flight and post flight rehabilitation of the educational program of manned spaceflight.

We will be glad to cooperate with You!

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Contacts

If you have any questions  please contact official service agent of the Conference:
International Agency of Congress Management "MAKO"
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For more detailed information and to register, please visit the Conference website at:

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