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Academy Day

International Academy of Astronautics (IAA)

 

Bremen, Germany

 

Sunday 30 September 2018


Tentative Program

 


Registration is now closed for the lunch and the dinner. (Deadline was September 15).

THE EXHIBITION & CONFERENCE CENTER BREMEN
Messe Bremen
Findorffstraße 101
28215 Bremen, Germany

09h30    Opening of the Academy Day, Dr. Peter Jankowitsch, IAA President,

09h35    Introduction to the Laurels by Dr. Francisco Mendieta-Jimenez, Vice-President

09h45    The 2018 IAA Laurels for Team Achievement: Mars 500 International Project
             Dr. Oleg Orlov, M3, Institute of Biomedical Problems (IBMP), Russia

10h45    Indian Space Program: Recent Achievements & Future Plans,
             Dr. Kailasavadivoo Sivan, M2, Chairman, Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO)

11h15    Achievements and Prospect of China’s Space Activities,
             Prof. Yang Baohua, M4, Vice President, China Aerospace Science & Technology Corporation (CASC)

12h00    The present and future panorama of European launchers,
             Mr. Jean Marc Astorg, CM2, Director of Launchers, Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales (CNES)

12h30     IAA Luncheon (in advance Registration)

13h30     IAA Study Groups Presentations
              Chair: Dr. Rainer Sandau, M2, Germany

13h35    Introduction, Prof. Anatoly Perminov, M4, Russia, Vice-President Scientific Programs

13h45     Study 2.18  Sleeping Brain in Space and Analog Environments
              Dr. Kourtidou-Papadeli, M3, Greece, Dr. Panagiotis Bamidis, M3, Greece

14h15    Study 1.15 International Cooperation on Space Weather
             Prof. Susan McKenna-Lawlor, M1, Ireland

14h45     Study 3.30 Space and its Utility in Forecasting Climate Change
              Mr. Roger Lenard, M2, USA

15h15    Study 5.10 Orbital Debris Removal: Policy, Legal, Political and Economic Considerations
             Prof. Lesley Jane Smith, M4, UK

15h45    Study 4.21 Distributed, Networked, Smart, Cooperating Small Satellite Formations
             Dr. Klaus Schilling, M2, Germany

16h15    Study 5.15 Space Traffic Management – Towards a Roadmap for Implementation
             Mrs. Isabelle Duvaux-Bechon, M4, France

16h45    Study 4.22 Through Optimization of Aerospace Trajectories
             Prof. Alexander Filatyev, CM2, Italy

17h15     End of Session
 
18h30     Cocktails
19h00     Induction Ceremonies for Newly Elected IAA Academicians (in advance Registration)
20h00     Awards Gala Dinner (in advance Registration)



















































 
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