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 Conferences and events to come

27-29 June, 10th IAA Symposium on The Future of Space Exploration - Towards the Moon Village & Beyond, Torino, Italy. Preliminary Program is now available.


 3rd IAA Conference on Dynamics and Control of Space Systems (DYCOSS)

Leading world experts of space flight mechanics gathered in Moscow, Russia at the occasion of the 3rd IAA Conference on Dynamics and Control of Space Systems. DYCOSS 2017 took place at the RUDN University from May 30 to June 1st, 2017. Participants from 18 countries including USA, China, Canada, Great Britain, Brazil, Italy, France and Israel, met to share experience in practical solution of space research issues within 8 technical sessions.

RUDN University
 
Peoples' Friendship University of Russia (RUDN University), Moscow, Russia


 6th IAA Conference on Space Technologies - Present and Future

The 6th IAA Conference on Space Technologies - Present and Future was held in Yuzhnoye State Design Office from May 23 to May 26, 2017 in Dnepr, Ukraine. More than 450 scientists and specialists from 20 countries attended the conference. 290 presentations were heard and discussed during 6 subject sessions and 11 more - during a plenary session.

6th IAA Conference on Space Technologies - Present and Future

6th IAA Conference on Space Technologies participants, Dnepr, Ukraine, 23 May 2017


 5th IAA Planetary Defense Conference

The International Academy of Astronautics held its 5th conference from 15 to 19 May 2017 in Tokyo, Japan. The bi-annual conference brought together world experts to discuss the threat to Earth posed by asteroids and comets and actions that might be taken to deflect a threatening object. Program and video streaming are available.

 

IAA Planetary Defense Conference 2017


5th IAA Planetary Defense Conference participants, Tokyo, Japan, 17 May 2017


 1st IAA Latin American Symposium on Small Satellites

The 1st International Academy of Astronautics Latin American Symposium on Small Satellites: Advanced Technologies and Distributed Systems was successfully held in Buenos Aires, Argentina on March 07-10, 2017. There was 14 technical sessions and also poster sessions. Topics discussed during the symposium were on Small Satellites worldwide: achievements and trends; Small Satellites in Latin America: achievements and trends; Ongoing and projected Small Satellite projects with Latin American participation; Segmented architecture and Distributed Instruments; Small Satellite technologies.

 

Buenos Aires IAA Conference 2017 on Small Satellites

1st International Academy of Astronautics Latin American Symposium on Small Satellites
Participants in Buenos Aires, Argentina, March 07-10, 2017
1st International Academy of Astronautics Latin American Symposium on Small Satellites


 IAA
Laurels for Team Achievement Award

The International Academy of Astronautics has created in 2001 a special Award to recognize extraordinary performance and achievement by a team of scientists, engineers and managers in the field of Astronautics. The Laurels for Team Achievement Award 2016 ceremony took place on 05 January 2017 at the JHU Applied Physics Laboratory, in Laurel, USA. At this occasion, the New Horizons Pluto Mission team received the Laurels for Team Achievement Award 2016.

 

The Laurels for Team Achievement Award 2016

The Laurels for Team Achievement Award 2016 ceremony (New Horizons Pluto Mission),
05 January 2017, the JHU Applied Physics Laboratory, Laurel, USA
From the left to the right:
C. Hersman, APL, A. Calloway, APL, SM Krimigis, APL, Y. Guo, APL
J. Green, NASA HQ, Director of the Planetary Science Division of the Science Mission Directorate,
M. Holdridge, APL, H. Weaver, APL, V. Mallder, APL (holding open IAA certificate)
JM Contant, IAA, GH. Fountain, APL, A Bowman, APL, RL McNutt, Jr., APL
A. Ocampo, NASA HQ, MG Ryschkewitsch, APL  (Space Exploration Sector Head)
C. Neibur, NASA HQ


 IAA Symposium on Space International Cooperation Promoting Economic and Social Development of Developing Country



International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) and China Center for Aerospace Science and Technology International Communications (CCASTIC) of China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) jointly organized the Symposium on International Space Cooperation in Promoting Economic and Social Development of Developing Countries and IAA Academy Day in Beijing on 25-26 November 2016. More than 200 delegates from government departments, embassies in China, space enterprises, space scientific research institutions of more than 10 countries like China, Bangladesh, Belarus, Bolivia, Brazil, Japan, Kazakhstan, Laos, Pakistan, Nigeria, Russia, the United States, Ukraine and Venezuela, as well as international organizations have attended this event.



Beijing 2016 conference


IAA Space International Cooperation Promoting Economic and Social Development
of Developing Country Symposium participants, 25 November 2016, Beijing, China





  IAA Academy Day Guadalajara Many Academicians attended the Academy Day Guadalajara opened by IAA President Dr. Peter Jankowitsch on Sunday 25 September 2016. IAA Vice-President Dr. Francisco Mendieta welcomed the participants and gave a presentation on the results of the IAA Head of Space Agencies Summit on Climate Change and Disaster Management, held in Mexico on September 2015. During the Academy Day, several IAA studies were presented. Newly elected members were inducted in Guadalajara during the Awards Gala Dinner and Induction Ceremony. The program with detailed information on the Academy day Guadalajara is available.

 

IAA Academy Day Mexico 2016

IAA Academy Day Participants, Guadalajara, Mexico, 25 September 2016


 

 


 



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