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IAA HIS Dubai 2019



International Academy of Astronautics

22nd IAA Humans in Space Symposium

11-14 November, 2019
Dubai, United Arab Emirates


Call for Papers



Sponsored by
International Academy of Astronautics (IAA)

Organized by
Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC)


The International Academy of Astronautics will hold its 22nd Humans in Space Symposium (HIS) in Dubai, United Arab Emirates from November 11th to November 14th, 2019.
This conference aims to continue to provide a forum for discussion about fundamental and timely issues and trends as well as for developing collaborations through the exchange of research results and ideas in the field of space life sciences.


Scientific Program Committee:

Conference Chair:
Noora Al Rafi

General Secretariat:
Mariam Al Zarouni

Local Organizing Committee Chair:
Saud Karmustaji


Abstract Submission:

You are invited to contribute a paper for presentation at the Symposium. A typical abstract would be one A4 page long, Word format, single-spaced abstract of no less than 500 words. Student papers are encouraged.

To submit, please send your papers to This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it by March 1st, 2019 deadline.


Schedule:

Call for Abstracts: 20 December 2018
Deadline for Abstract Submission:  1 March 2019
Notice for Acceptance of Abstracts: 1 April 2019
On-line Registration open: 5 April 2019
Early bird registration deadline: 1 September 2019
Final Programme: 15 September 2019


Contact:

Contact email is  This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it


Topics proposed:

- Analogue Environments
- Isolation
- Astrobiology
- Artificial Intelligence
- Cardiovascular and Pulmonary
- Challenges of Future Spaceflights
- Circadian Rhythm
- Commercial Spaceflight /Space Tourism
- Education and Outreach
- Exercise and Countermeasures in the Interplanetary piloted Mission
- Field Test/Countermeasure Evaluation
- Human factors in the Interplanetary piloted Mission
- Immunology
- Muscle and Bones
- Medical Support in the Autonomous Flight
- Neuroscience
- Radiation
- Cognitive and Behavioral Effects of Deep Space Missions
- Space Psychology
- Space Biology and Space Biotechnology
- Telemedicine in interplanetary missions
- Life Support System and Habitats
- Multidisciplinary Studies related with Humans in Space
- SANS/VIIP
- Food and nutrition in space
- Mars exploration
- Women in space
- Vision impairment
- Transcriptomics and genomics in space – personalized/precision medicine


Venue:

Dubai has become the principal business and tourism powerhouse for a super-region stretching from North Africa to the Indian subcontinent and from the CIS countries to South Africa.
It is a stunning success to have achieved this in so few years and this is attributable to a visionary leadership, a high quality infrastructure, an expatriate-friendly environment, low import duties and zero taxes on personal and corporate income. Dubai has an excellent infrastructure and offers all the facilities expected from a modern, international city.
Citizens, expatriates and visitors can enjoy a relaxed and pleasant lifestyle. The levels of crime are extremely low. The city is clean and there is a wide choice of modern and spacious accommodation. The cuisines available are of cosmopolitan variety, to suit any palate and every pocket.


For more detailed information and to submit your abstract, please visit the conference website at:

http://www.his2019.com















 
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