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IAA SciTech Forum, 13-15 Nov. 2018, Moscow, Russia

International Academy of Astronautics
 

IAA SciTech Forum 2018

 November 13 - 15, 2018

Moscow, Russia




Conference report is available.

International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) in partnership with Academy of Engineering of Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University) and with support of American Astronautical Society (AAS) hosts IAA SciTech Forum 2018 including two conferences:

IAA Conference on Space Flight Mechanics

IAA Conference on Space Structures and Materials


The 1st IAA SciTech Forum took place in Moscow, Russia on November 13-15, 2018. Many participants and Academicians gathered in Moscow to follow and contribute to the Highlight lectures, to the Technical sessions, and to the 2 round-tables on "Legal Aspects Ensuring Safety of International Space Activities" and on "Moon village Association – Facilitating Broad International Cooperation". The Opening Ceremony began with talks presented by First Vice-Rector of RUDN University Dr. Nur Kirabaev and Secretary General of International Academy of Astronautics Dr. Jean-Michel Contant. The final program consisted of more than 85 of high-quality presentations and 13 highlight lectures, that were organized in two parallels conferences and five thematic sessions in each conference. Newly Elected Academicians were also inducted at this occasion. General program and Technical program are available below.

RUDN-University, Moscow, Russia is the only university in the world that unites students and specialists from more than 150 countries, a meeting point for different cultures and viewpoints, and at the same time – an expanding platform for space education, a place for research and discussion. The working language of IAA SciTech Forum 2018 is English.


IAA Newly Elected at SciTech Forum 2018, Moscow, Russia

Yury Razoumny (RUDN), Nur Kiribaev (RUDN), Yury Urlichich (IAA BOT, Roscosmos, First Deputy DG), Efim Malitikov (IAA BOT, Znanie Association), Anatoly Perminov (IAA Vice President for Science, Russian Space Systems, Deputy DG), Alexander Filatiev (TSAGI), Victor Gorokhov (Khimavtomatics Design Bureau), Anatoly Speransky (REM-Vibro Company), Valery Zaichko (Roscosmos), Alexey Shpakov (Space Medicine R&D), Valery Tokarev (Star City), Leonid Makridenko (VNIIEM), Anna Kussmaul (IBMP), Jean-Michel Contant (IAA Secretary General)




Program Committee

Co-Chairs
Yury Razoumny, RUDN University, Russia
Filippo Graziani, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
Anna Guerman, University Beira Interior, Portugal
Jean-Michel Contant, International Academy of Astronautics, France

Members
Christophe Bonnal, CNES, France
Roberto Furfaro, University of Arizona, USA
Eberhard Gill, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
Kathleen Howell, Purdue University, USA
Brij Agrawal, Naval Postgraduate School Monterey, USA
Robert Melton, Penn State University, USA
David B. Spencer, Penn State University, USA
Arun Misra, McGill University, Canada
Daniele Mortari, Texas A&M University, USA
Rock Jeng-Shing Chern, Ryerson University, Canada
Alfred Ng, Canadian Space Agency, Canada
Michael Ovchinnikov, Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics, Russia
Antonio B. Prado, National Institute for Space Research, Brazil
Daniel Scheeres, University of Colorado Boulder, USA
Paolo Teofilatto, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
Renuganth Varatharajoo, University Putra, Malaysia
Giovanni Palmerini, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
Fabio Celani, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
Eva Yi-Wei Chang, China University of Science and Technology, China Taiwan
Wang Zhaokui, Tsinghua University, China
Djojodihardjo Harijono, University Putra, Malaysia
Pini Gurfil, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel
Alexander Yefremov, RUDN University, Russia
Tetsuo Yasaka, Kyushu University, Japan
Alexey Osipkov, RUDN University, Russia
Mstislav Makeev, RUDN University, Russia




IAA Laurels 2018 at the Scitech Forum in Moscow


Alexander Smoleevsky (Mars-500 crew), Sukhrob Kamolov (Mars-500 crew), Alexey Sitev (Mars-500 crew), Sergey Saveliev (Roscosmos, Deputy DG), Evgeny Mikrin (Russia’s Human Mission General Designer), Anatoly Perminov (IAA Vice President for Science, Russian Space Systems, Deputy DG), Jean-Michel Contant (IAA Secretary General), Oleg Orlov (IBMP Director)




IAA SciTech Forum 2018

GENERAL PROGRAM

Date: November, 2018

Time

Tuesday, November, 13

08:00 – 09:00

Registration (Registration desk)

09:00 – 10:30

Opening Ceremony and IAA regional meeting (HALL GALAXY)

10:30 – 11:00

Coffee break (HALL CONSTELLATION)

11:00 – 11:30

Highlight Lecture 1

(HALL GALAXY)

11:30 – 12:00

Highlight Lecture 2

12:00 14:00

Lunch (MOON VILLAGE HALL)

Parallel Sessions

14:00 – 17:00

ODD

SCFF

SMA

SSS

ASM

HALL

MERCURY

HALL

MARS

HALL

SATURN

HALL

NEPTUNE

HALL

URANUS

19:00 – 21:00

Welcome Reception (MOON VILLAGE HALL)

             

 

Wednesday, November, 14

Parallel Sessions

09:00 – 12:00

GNC

MDO

SDSA

ESP

ISL

HALL

MERCURY

HALL

MARS

HALL

SATURN

HALL

NEPTUNE

HALL

VENUS

12:00 14:00

Lunch (MOON VILLAGE HALL)

14:00 – 14:30

Highlight Lecture 3

(HALL JUPITER)

14:30 – 15:00

Highlight Lecture 4

15:00 – 15:30

Highlight Lecture 5

15:30 – 16:00

Highlight Lecture 6

16:00 – 16:30

Highlight Lecture 7

16:30 – 17:00

Highlight Lecture 8

17:00 – 22:00

Moscow River Boat Tour

*by invitation

             

 

Thursday, November, 15

08:00 – 12:00

Professional Tour (Mission Control Center of

State Corporation «Roscosmos» in Korolev City)

*by invitation

10:00 – 12:00

Visit to Mission Control Centre (RUDN)

12:00 – 14:00

Lunch (MOON VILLAGE HALL)

14:00 – 14:30

Round Table 1: “Legal Aspects Ensuring Safety of International Space Activities”,

Moderator – Alexandr Solntsev, Russia (HALL JUPITER)

14:30 – 15:00

Round Table 2: “Moon Village Association – Facilitating Broad International Cooperation“, Moderator – Emeline de Antonio, France (HALL JUPITER)

15:00 – 15:30

Highlight Lecture 9

(HALL JUPITER)

15:30 – 16:00

Highlight Lecture 10

16:00 – 16:30

Highlight Lecture 11

16:30 – 17:00

Highlight Lecture 12

17:00 – 17:30

Highlight Lecture 13

19:00 – 21:00

Gala Dinner (MOON VILLAGE HALL)

 

Session Acronyms:

IAA Conference on Space Flight Mechanics

ODD

Orbital Dynamics and Determination

GNC

Guidance, Navigation and Control

MDO

Mission Design and Optimization

SCFF

Satellite Constellations and Formation Flying

SMA

Space Missions and Applications

IAA Conference on Space Structures and Materials

SSS

Spacecraft Structures and Sensors

ASM

Advanced Space Materials

SDSA

Structural Design for Space Applications

ESP

Energy Systems and Propulsion

ISL

International Space Law

HIGHLIGHT LECTURES

 

Highlight Lecture 1: “Use of Attitude Motion in Spinning Solar Sails for Orbital Maneuvers”

Kawaguchi Junichiro, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan

 

Highlight Lecture 2: “Radiation Danger and near-Earth and Deep Space Missions Planning”

Michael Panasyuk, Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

 

Highlight Lecture 3: “From Art to Science: the Flower Constellations”

Daniele Mortari, Texas A&M University, USA

 

Highlight Lecture 4: “Enabling a New Age in Spaceflight and Space Exploration Through Space Traffic Management and Autonomous Space Systems”

Richard Linares, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

 

Highlight Lecture 5: “Dynamic Scaling for High-Performance Adaptive Control of Space Systems”

Maruthi Akella, University of Texas at Austin, USA

 

Highlight Lecture 6: “Time-Optimal Satellite Attitude Maneuvers”

Robert Melton, Pennsylvania State University, USA

 

Highlight Lecture 7: “Deep Learning for Autonomous Space Guidance”

Roberto Furfaro, University of Arizona, USA

 

Highlight Lecture 8: “Space System Innovation Towards Spacecraft Synergisms”

Renuganth Varatharajoo, Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia

 

Highlight Lecture 9: “Selected Topics on Dynamics and Control of Space Robots”

Arun Misra, McGill University, Canada

 

Highlight Lecture 10: “GNSS-based Navigation in Lunar Missions”

Giovanni Palmerini, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

 

Highlight Lecture 11: “Dynamics Modelling of Large Space Structures in Space Environment:  Hybrid FEM-Continuous Approach for GNC Analysis”

Paolo Gasbarri, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

 

Highlight Lecture 12: “Three-dimensional Study of Combustion and Detonation for Rocket Propulsion Application”

Nickolay Smirnov, Moscow M.V. Lomonosov State University, Russia

 

Highlight Lecture 13: “From San Marco Project to UniSat Satellites and…? – Dreams, Reality, Concerns”

Filippo Graziani, Sapienza University of Rome, G.A.U.S.S. Srl, Italy



 

TECHNICAL PROGRAM

 

IAA Conference on Space Flight Mechanics

 

Orbital Dynamics and Determination (ODD)

Co-Chairs: Daniele Mortari

Texas A&M University, USA
Roberto Furfaro

University of Arizona, USA

November 13, 14:00 – HALL MERCURY

 

1.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-059

Design of transfer trajectory between the LEO space station and the lunar orbit

Yongfei Gao, Zhaokui Wang, Binbin Zhang, Yijun Lian

National University of Defense Technology, China

2.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-051

Uniform exponential stability result for the rigid spacecraft attitude tracking control problem

S. P. Arjun Ram, Maruthi R. Akella

The University of Texas at Austin, USA

3.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-066

Shape reconstruction of a tumbling unknown orbital target by passive imaging

Renato Volpe, Marco Sabatini, Giovanni Battista Palmerini

Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy

4.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-022

The joint solution of problem of evasion and keeping in a neighborhood reference orbit

Veniamin Malyshev, Aleksandr Starkov, Zay Yar Win

Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), Russia

5.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-035

Dust charged particles motion in vicinity of the Lagrange libration points

Tatiana Salnikova, Sergey Stepanov

RUDN University, Russia

6.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-062

High-altitude near-circular orbits for a Lunar orbital station

Anastasia Tselousova, Maksim Shirobokov, Sergey Trofimov,

Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

7.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-087

The most highly inclined, the most concise solar polar trajectory

Junichiro Kawaguchi

JAXA, Japan

8.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-049

On the difference in the laws of gyroscopes noises accumulation in platform and strapdown attitude determination inertial systems

Nikolay Krobka

Research Institute for Applied Mechanics named after Academician V.I. Kuznetsov, Russia

9.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-050

On critical modes of functioning of attitude determination inertial systems

Nikolay Krobka

Research Institute for Applied Mechanics named after Academician V.I. Kuznetsov, Russia

10.               IAA-AAS-SciTech-124

Optimal flyby of space debris objects on a geostationary orbit

Andrey Baranov, Nikolay Makarov

RUDN University, Russia

11.               IAA-AAS-SciTech-029

Numerical simulation of passage of medium-size meteoroids through the atmosphere using sand bag model

Khaled Alhussan, King Abdulaziz

City for Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia

 


 

Guidance, Navigation and Control (GNC)

Co-Chairs: Maruthi Akella

University of Texas at Austin, USA
   Giovanni Palmerini

Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

November 14, 09:00 – HALL MERCURY

 

1.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-072

The theory of connections. Connecting functions

Daniele Mortari

Texas A&M University, USA

2.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-081

Weighted least-squares solutions of over-constrained differential equations

Hunter Johnston, Daniele Mortari

Texas A&M University, USA

3.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-086

A recurrent deep architecture for quasi-optimal feedback guidance in planetary landing

Roberto Furfaro

University of Arizona, USA

Richard Linares

MIT, USA

Ilaria Bloise, Marcello Orlandelli, Pierluigi Di Lizia, Francesco Topputo

Politecnico di Milano, Italy

4.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-005

Dynamical aspects of spatial use of gravity assist maneuvers for the solar probes mission design

Alexey Grushevskii, Yury Golubev, Victor Koryanov, Andrey Tuchin, Denis Tuchin

Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

5.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-012

Construction of the Moon-to-Earth trajectory to the Earth entry interface point using multi-impulse transfer

Nadezhda Gavrikova

Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

6.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-057

Distribution of correction thrusters under Delta-V constraints in local horizontal plane

Anna Okhitina, Yaroslav Mashtakov,Stepan Tkachev, Keldysh

Institute of Applied Mathematics of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

7.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-007

Integrated use of ground and space control loops in the problem of distribution of spacecraft controls

Irina Baranova, Viktoria Kusova, Stanislav Manushichev,

Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

Maksim Matyushin, Vladimir Ovechko

Central Research Institute of Machine Bilding, Russia

8.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-015

The optimization of interplanetary flight to Phobos with a jet engine of combined low and high limited thrust

Alexander Samokhin, Marina Samokhina, Ilia Grigoriev, Maxim Zapletin

RUDN University, Russia

9.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-123

Implementation of semi-analytical approaches for the problem of space debris orbit propagation to avoid collisions with the satellites

Paul Cefola

University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, USA

Alexey Golikov

Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

Yury Razoumny, Ksenia Benevolskaya

RUDN University, Russia

Yuri Popkov

Institute of System Analysis of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

10.               IAA-AAS-SciTech-056

Expansion of the transport capabilities of the space system based on the Proton-M rocket with the use of electric propulsion and a gravitational maneuver near the Earth at the beginning of an interplanetary flight

Mikhail Konstantinov

Research Institute of Applied Mechanics and Electrodynamics of Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), Russia

 

 

 

11.               IAA-AAS-SciTech-127

Mapping of the initial conditions for calculation of quasi-periodic orbits around the collinear Lagrangian point

Sergey Aksenov, Stanislav Bober

National Research University Higher School of Economics, Space Research Institute of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

Konstantin Fedyaev

Institute of Space Research of Russian Academy of Sciences, RUDN University, Russia


 

Mission Design and Optimization (MDO)

Co-Chairs: Richard Linares

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
 
Mauro Pontani

Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

November 14, 09:00 – HALL MARS

 

1.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-046

Development and launch of mini-elevator demonstration cubesat STARS-Me

Masahiro Nohmi

Shizuoka University, Japan

Yoji Ishikawa

Obayashi-gumi Corporation, Japan

2.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-076

Space trajectory optimization – differential evolution redux

Robert Melton

The Pennsylvania State University, USA

3.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-011

Delivery error estimation for solar and heliospheric research missions

Alexander Gammal, Denis Tuchin, Andrew Tuchin

Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

4.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-068

Space navigator: a tool for satellite collision avoidance

Leonid Gremyachikh, Dmitrii Dubov,

National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia

Nikita Kazeev, Andrey Ustyuzhanin

National Research University Higher School of Economics, Yandex School of Data Analysis, Russia

Anton Tereshkin, Andrey Skuratov

Company Phygitalism, Russia

5.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-126

Application of optical ground sensors for analysing space debris objects created in fragmentation events at high geocentric orbits

Vladimir Agapov, Alexandr Lapshin

Astronomical Scientific Center, Russia

Yuri Makarov

State Corporation «Roscosmos», Russia

Zakhary Khutorovsky

Vympel Interstate Corporation, Russia

Yury Razoumny, Nikolay Makarov

RUDN University, Russia

6.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-003

Interstellar flights via alcubierre’s warp drive

Michael Fil'Chenkov, Yuri Laptev

RUDN University, Russia

7.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-020

Use of modern information technologies for cosmonaut training on scientific & applied studies program execution on the International Space Station (Russian segment)

Andrey Kuritsyn, Maksim Kharlamov,Elena Popova

Yu.A. Gagarin Research and Test Cosmonaut Training Center, Russia

8.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-108

Control of opening and orientation of laser centrifugal space solar power plants

Georgy Polishchuk, Vitaly Melnikov, Yury Razoumny, Sergey Kupreev

RUDN University, Russia

9.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-004

Progress-M spaceship as the basis of the vehicle for ADR missions

Valeriy Trushlyakov, Vadim Yudintsev

Omsk State Technical University, Russia

10.               IAA-AAS-SciTech-043

An overview of E-Sail thrust modeling for terrestrial planet missions

Harijono Djojodihardjo

Insitute for the Advancement of Aerospace Science and Technology Persada Kriyareka Dirgantara, Indonesia

Satellite Constellations and Formation Flying (SCFF)

Co-Chairs: Robert Melton

Pennsylvania State University, USA
 
Masahiro Nohmi

Shizuoka University, Japan

November 13, 14:00 – HALL MARS

 

1.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-061

Satellite formation control via deep reinforcement learning

Jacob Broida, Richard Linares

Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

2.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-065

Optimal tether-assisted space debris disposal

Weishi Wang, Arun Misra

McGill University, Canada

3.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-077

An advanced remote sensing cubesat constellation for multi-spectral EO imaging

Riccardo Di Roberto, Filippo Graziani

GAUSS Srl, Italy

4.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-071

Magnetorquers attitude control for differential aerodynamic force application to nanosatellite formation flying construction and maintenance

Uliana Monakhova, Danil Ivanov, Dmitry Roldugin

Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

5.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-078

Relative motion control of two satellites by changing the reflective properties of the solar sails surface

Stepan Tkachev, Tatyana Petrova, Yaroslav Mashtakov

Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

6.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-112

Optimal two-tier satellite constellation for continuous coverage of spherical layer of Near-Earth space

Daniele Mortari

Texas A&M University, USA

Yury Razoumny, Oleg Samusenko, Viktoria Novikova

RUDN University, Russia

Nguyen Nam Quy

Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), Vietnam

7.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-113

Research method for controlled movement dynamics of tether system

Arun Misra

McGill University, Canada

Sergey Kupreev, Yury Razoumny

RUDN University, Russia

8.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-091

The joint solution of problem of evasion and keeping in a neighborhood reference orbit

Veniamin Malyshev, Aleksandr Starkov, Zay Yar Win

Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), Russia

9.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-013

Application of space tethered systems for space debris cleaning

Pavel Diakov, Alexey Malashin, Nickolay Smirnov

Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

10.               IAA-AAS-SciTech-044

Optimal low-thrust trajectories using nonsingular equinoctial orbit elements

Mauro Pontani

Sapienza University of Rome, Italy


 

Space Missions and Applications (SMA)

Co-Chairs: Filippo Graziani

Sapienza University of Rome, G.A.U.S.S. Srl, Italy
 
Renuganth Varatharajoo

Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia

November 13, 14:00 – HALL SATURN

 

1.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-090

A historical review and future prospects of space tourism

Jeng-Shing Chern

Ryerson University, Canada

Yi-Wei Chang

China University of Science and Technology, Taiwan

2.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-024

Ground segment remote sensing data processing mathematical model of the processes distribution

Aleksandr Starkov, Nguyen Nam, Veniamin Malyshev, Andrey Emelianov

Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), Russia

3.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-080

Intelligent structuring of the earth remote sensing methods for detecting and identification of radioactive sources of ionizing radiations

Dmitry Panov, Yury Razoumny, Dzhordzh Kovkov

RUDN University, Russia

Alexander Sukhorukov

Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Russia

Sergey Eroshkin

Russian State Social University, Russia

4.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-099

Technique of estimating the volume of storage and transmission of information from synthetic-aperture radar satellite in data centers in digital economic issues

Dmitry Panov, Alexander Sukhorukov, Georgy Polishchuk, Dzhordzh Kovkov, Sergey Eroshkin

RUDN University, Russia

Alexander Sukhorukov

Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, Russia

Sergey Eroshkin

Russian State Social University, Russia

Guo Shuhong

Dalian University of Technology, Indiya

5.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-109

The greek national observatory of forest fires

Ioannis Zois Gitas

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece

6.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-110

Space-based monitoring capabilities for the evaluation of inland water resources: application to Lake Chad, Nigeria

Jozef Waku

The Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria

Vasuliy Lobanov, Yury Razoumny, Yaroslav Vasynin

RUDN University, Russia

7.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-111

Automated evaluation of urban growth based on remote sensing data: application to Abuja, Nigeria

Seidu O. Mohammed

National Space Research and Development Agency (NASRDA), Nigeria

Vasily Lobanov, Yury Razoumny, Jaroslav Vasyunin

RUDN University, Russia

8.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-095

In-flight-experiment in reference-based pointing and tracking in support of UNISPACE+50 strategies: integrating developing nations for technological leap in space exploration

Tomukum Chia

International Academy of Astronautics, Cameroon

Lamberth Toh, Aneweg Mispa Ngum, Kubuo Lazar Mbang, Rufus Tensah Fumbu, Tchana Ndongwa Stephanie

Global Centre for Compliance, Hazards and Disaster Management, India

Jayakumar Venkatesanand, Jayaraman Kandasamy

Valles Marineris International Private Limited, Cameroon, India

 

 

 

9.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-088

The program for estimation of the earth remote sensing plans

Maxim Zapletin, Abylai Zhakypov

RUDN University, Russia

10.               IAA-AAS-SciTech-018

Methodology management of the satellite data based geoinformation system for ensuring the environmental safety of the region depending on its capabilities

Vyacheslav Burlov, Andrey Andreev, Fedor Gomazov, Nikolay Popov

Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, Russia

 


 

IAA Conference on Space Structures and Materials

 

Spacecraft Structures and Sensors (SSS)

Co-Chairs: Paolo Gasbarri

Sapienza University of Rome, Italy
  
Vera Galishnikova

 RUDN University, Russia

November 13, 14:00 – HALL NEPTUNE

 

1.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-037

Calibration of upper atmospheric model based on the precision orbit of a spherical satellite

Junyu Wang, Zhaokui Wang

Tsinghua University, China

2.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-025

GMR sensors for spacecraft automatics

Nikolay Chechenin, Georgy Babaytsev, Irina Dzhun, Michail Kozin, Irina Romashkina

Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

3.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-039

Influence of space environment on mass loss of spacecraft thermal control coating

Rashid Khasanshin, Alexander Galygin

JSC «Kompozit», Russia

4.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-040

Degradation of optical-properties of thermal control coatings K-208Cp under low energy protons

Rashid Khasanshin

JSC «Kompozit», Russia

Lev Novikov

Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

5.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-069

System of multidimensional attractors of the stress-and-strain behavior in elastic continuous media

Anatoly Speranskiy

Russian Academy of Engineering, Russia

Efim Malitikov

International Academy of Engineering, Russia

6.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-101

Fuzzy logic application approach in control of automatic spacecraft

Igor Narozhnyy, Alexander Drozdov

RUDN University, Russia

7.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-041

The assessment of operational capability of the space-based hyperspectral complex

Sergey Zotov, Igor Polikov, Anastasia Zotova, Sergey Shibanov and Timofey Kondranin

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russia

Egor Dmitriev

Institute of Numerical Mathematics, Russia

8.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-042

The algorithm of computing the scattering phase function of reflected solar radiation from objects of arbitrary shape

Igor Polyakov, Timofey Kondranin, Sergey Zotov

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russia

9.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-063

Development of algorithmic and software for the research mobile robot

Andrey Vnukov, Vladislav Boldenkov

National Research University –  Higher School of Economics, Russia

10.               IAA-AAS-SciTech-098

Understanding reliability of the thermoelectric devices for space application

Shehak Sattar, Alexey Osipkov

RUDN University, Russia

11.               IAA-AAS-SciTech-030

Nano star tracker AZDK-1

Marat Abubekerov, Andrey Zakharov, Mike Prokhorov, Oleg Stekolshikov, Maksim Tuchin

Azmerit LLC, Russia

Advanced Space Materials (ASM)

Co-Chairs: Svetlana Shambina

 RUDN University, Russia
   Kharun Makhmud

RUDN University, Russia

November 13, 14:00 – HALL URANUS

 

1.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-014

Sanitary, chemical and hygienic aspects of polymeric composite materials for use in pressurized compartments of manned spacecrafts

Maria Barantseva, Pavel Lashukov, Anna Pakhomova, Dmitry Tsarkov, Lana Mukhamedieva

Institute of Biomedical Problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

Kirill Kharchenko,Georgiy Piskunov

Sukhoi Desing Bureau, Russia

2.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-009

The analysis of destruction causes and condition diagnostics of hot die forging for space industry

Anna Kornilova, Alexander Selishchev, Tavkil Ayupov, Mohamed Abu-Mahadi

RUDN University, Russia

3.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-019

Production nickel composite materials reinforced with ultrafine powders, obtained from aerospace industry waste

Marianna Malkova, Alexander Zadiranov

RUDN University, Russia

4.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-027

Development of a universal ultrasonic reactor for processing ores of rare-earth metals on the Moon

Marianna Malkova, Alexander Zadiranov

RUDN University, Russia

5.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-060

Reliability prediction of resonant tunneling diodes and non-linear radio signal converters based on them under influence of temperature factor and ionizing radiations

Mstislav Makeev

RUDN University, Russia

Vladimir Sinyakin, Sergey Meshkov

Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia

6.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-079

Diamond-like carbon coatings to protect the optical surfaces of orbital telescopes from the outer space factors

Alexey Osipkov, Pavel Mikhalev, Pavel Shiriaev, Konstantin Shishov, Mstislav Makeev

RUDN University, Russia

Vladislav Batshev, Alexander Machihin

Scientifical and Technological Center of Unique Instrumentation of Russian Academy of, Russia

7.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-083

Research of anisotropy structure of Polyamide 12 parts obtained by selective laser sintering

Pavel Mikhalev, Pavel Shiryaev, Alexander Provatorov

RUDN University, Russia

8.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-085

The development of hybrid mass flow and radiation sensor based on piezoelectric and thermoelectric effects

Alexander Shupenev, Ivan Korshunov, Alexander Grigoryants

Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Russia

Sergey Yanovich

RUDN University, Russia

9.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-097

Analytical nanotechnology for thin coating element material diagnostics with PXWR application

Evgeny Egorov

RUDN University, Russia

10.               IAA-AAS-SciTech-028

Structural and functional properties of composites with carbon nanotubes for space applications

Vitaly Kobzev, Nikolay Chechenin, Kirill Bukunov, Kate Vorobyeva

Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

11.               IAA-AAS-SciTech-034

Increasing the strength of the point mechanical connections of composite parts by constructive-technological method

Fedor Nasonov, Alexandr Zinin, Sergey Bukharov

Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), Russia

Structural Design for Space Applications (SDSA)

Co-Chairs: Zhaokui Wang

National University of Defense Technology, China
 
Vladimir Sidorov

RUDN University, Russia

November 14, 09:00 – HALL SATURN

 

1.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-067

Uncertainty impact on micro-vibration control of an orbiting large adaptive space structure

Federica Angeletti, Paolo Gasbarri

Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy

2.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-036

Microgravity investigation of seepage flows in porous media

Vladislav Dushin, Valeriy Nikitin, Evgeniya Skryleva

Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia

3.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-010

Bending of a thin sheet into a circular cylinder with two free edges for the Moon condition.

Sergey Krivoshapko, Marina Rynkovskaya, Vladimir Jean Paul

RUDN University, Russia

4.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-102

Architectural design and structures on the moon

Olga Suslova, Vera Rogozina

RUDN University, Russia

5.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-105

Design of large spatial frames with warping restraint at nodes for Moon surface conditions

Vera Galishnikova

RUDN University, Russia

6.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-103

Lithological study of mars surface using planet orbital stations and rovers

Alexey Georgievskiy, Victoriya Bugina, Elena Shaleeva

RUDN University, Russia

7.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-017

Design for additive manufacturing of innovative small satellites structural configurations

Paolo Gaudenzi, Alberto Boschetto, Luana Bottini, Marco Eugeni, Valerio Cardini, Gabriel Graterol Nisi, Luciano Pollice, Francesca Marletta

Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

8.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-045

Unified vibration control of acoustically and aerodynamically excited structure

Harijono Djojodihardjo

Insitute for the Advancement of Aerospace Science and Technology Persada Kriyareka Dirgantara, Indonesia

Energy Systems and Propulsion (ESP)

Co-Chairs: Zhil-ulbe Matje

RUDN University, Russia
  Vladimir Sidorov

RUDN University, Russia

November 14, 09:00 – HALL NEPTUNE

 

1.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-064

The prospective appliance of hydrogenous energy for aerospace equipment development

Vladimir Konoplev, Zakhar Melnikov, Georgy Belitsky, Andrey Kozeev

RUDN University, Russia

2.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-100

Operating pressure effect on the performance of ejector for liquid rocket engine testing

Igor Narozhnyy, Alexander Drozdov

RUDN University, Russia

Drozdov N.A.

JSC “INGR”, Russia

3.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-058

The analysis of combustion process of organic fuel for prospective aerospace equipment

Petr Oshchepkov, Ivan Zaev, Sergej Smirnov, Roman Kamyshnikov

RUDN University, Russia

Oleg Kamyshnikov

Universidad Nacional de San Agustín, Russia

4.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-106

Cosmonautics not on Tsiolkovsky in the energy crisis

Georgy Polishchuk, Vitaly Melnikov, Yury Razoumny

RUDN University, Russia

5.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-094

The ways of effectiveness increase of liquid fuel with organic addition appliance in aerospace equipment

Salim Soo, Khalil Abdel Sater, Alexander Khodyakov, Alexander Marusin, Igor Danilov, Sergey Khlopkov, Irina Andryushenko

RUDN University, Russia

6.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-107

Transmission and reception of energy from laser space solar power plants

Georgy Polishchuk, Vitaly Melnikov, Yury Razoumny

RUDN University, Russia

7.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-016

Investigation of the initial stage of the discharge in an ablative pulsed plasma thruster

Alexandr Antipov, Alexandr Bogatyy

Research Institute of Applied Mechanics and Electrodynamics of Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), Russia

8.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-026

Advanced ceramic materials and 3D printing technologies in application to the electrically powered spacecraft propulsion

Victor Balashov, Sergey Khartov, Andrey Mogulkin, Vladislav Nigmatzyanov, Oleg Peysakhovich, Lev Rabinsky, Sergey Sitnikov

Research institute of applied mechanics and electrodynamics of Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University), Russia

9.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-021

Shape optimization of Nickel anodes for the production of galvanic coatings of rocket engine

Marianna Malkova, Alexander Zadiranov

RUDN University, Russia

International Space Law (ISL)

Co-Chairs: Irina Shatalova,

RUDN University, Russia
  Adu Nikez,

RUDN University, Russia

November 14, 09:00 – HALL VENUS

 

1.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-114

Current issues of international space

Aslan Abashidze

RUDN University, Russia

2.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-115

Current issues of mining activities on celestial bodies: international law aspects

Albert Khayrutdinov (USA)

RUDN University, Russia

3.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-116

Guidelines on long-term sustainability of outer space activities: future perspectives

Irina Chernykh

RUDN University, Russia

4.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-104

Space technologies to form lexical structure of academic discourse

Svetlana Dmitrichenkova, Elena Dolzhich

RUDN University, Russia

5.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-117

System of Modern International Space Law

Alexander Travnikov

RUDN University, Russia

6.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-118

Space debris safety and mitigation: some international legal aspects

Alexander Solntsev

RUDN University, Russia

7.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-119

Correlation of international space law and national legislation in the field of space activities

Mira Kulikpaeva

RUDN University, Russia

8.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-120

The Regional African Satellite Communications Organization (RASCOM): international legal status

Bukuru Jean-Baptist (Burundi)

RUDN University, Russia

9.                   IAA-AAS-SciTech-121

The role of non-binding norms in international space law

Denis Gugunskiy

RUDN University, Russia

10.               IAA-AAS-SciTech-122

Disaster risk reduction and international space law

Kruglov Dmitriy

RUDN University, Russia

 




Key Dates

October 20, 2018 – Abstract Submission Deadline. Notification of Acceptance will be sent within a week after abstract submission.
October 30, 2018 – Paper and Presentation Submission Deadline


Call for Papers

Authors are encouraged to submit abstracts for presentations in the following topics (but not limited to):

IAA Conference on Space Flight Mechanics

1. Attitude Dynamics and Control
2. Orbital Dynamics and Determination
3. Spacecraft Guidance, Navigation and Control
4. Mission Design and Optimization
5. Satellite Constellations and Formation Flying
6. Optimal Control in Space Flight Dynamics
7. Attitude Sensors and Actuators
8. Space Structures and Tethers

IAA Conference on Space Structures and Materials

9. Design and Construction of Structures for Space Application
10. Operation of Spacecraft Structures
11. Structures under Extreme Loads
12. Nano- and Microsatellites Construction
13. Advanced Materials and Technologies for Space Application
14. Composite Materials and Structures
15. Nanotechnology in Space Materials Science

The papers will be evaluated basing on 500-word abstracts submitted by the authors. Full manuscripts are required for accepted papers. Proceedings of the Conference will be published as a special volume in AAS Advances in the Astronautical Sciences series by Univelt, Inc., San Diego, CA, USA.


Associated events for IAA SciTech Forum 2018

Highlight lectures by distinguished researchers.
Sightseeing and professional tour program is available.


Abstract and Paper Submission

500–word abstract are to be submitted through a web based abstract submittal system basing on the following link <https://easychair.org/cfp/IAA-SciTechForum-2018> . To upload your abstract, please, create and use your EasyChair account. The authors are also expected to submit short 100-word abstracts for their inclusion in the Conference Program.
Using the web based system, authors will submit their 500–word and 100–word abstract, author information, as well as manuscript preprint before the conference. Authors will also use this site to submit their final manuscript after conference. Given that the Conference Proceedings will be published as a special volume in AAS Advances in the Astronautical Sciences series by Univelt, Inc., San Diego, CA, USA, for manuscript format instructions, please, head to the Univelt Submission Guidelines page <http://www.univelt.com/FAQ.html#SUBMISSION>.



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Registration Fee


 

 

Early Bird

(until October 15, 2018)

Normal

IAA member

€ 350

€ 450

Non IAA member

€ 500

€ 600

Students and Accompanying Persons

€ 225

€ 275








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