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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



Preliminary Program is available (pdf print version)

Book of abstracts is available (pdf print version, listed by program sessions)


Date

Time

Activities

Sunday

 

Nov. 10

10:00-18:00

Registration

Monday

 

Nov. 11

 

8:00 -17:00

Registration

9:00 - 10:00

HIS2019 Opening Ceremony

Yousuf Hamad Al Shaibani – Director General (MBRSC),

Jean-Michel Contant, Secretary General (IAA)

Jean-Yves Le Gall, President (CNES)

 

10:00 - 10:30

Plenary 1: Selecting the UAE’s first Astronaut: Challenges and Recommendations

Moderator: Ayesha Al Mulla

Panelists: Salem Al Marri, Noora Al Rafi, Saeed Karmostaji, Mariam Al Zarouni (MBRSC)

 

COFFEE BREAK

10:45 - 11:30

Plenary 2: The Journey of UAE’s First HSF Mission

Moderator: Saud Karmostaji

Panelists: Hazzaa Al Mansoori (UAE Astronaut) & Sultan Al Neyadi (UAE Backup Astronaut)

 

11:30 - 12:30

Plenary 3: ISS Next Steps and Supporting Human Spaceflight in Emerging Nations

Moderator: Mariam Al Zarouni

Panelists: S. Krikalev (ROSCOSMOS), Sam Scimemi (NASA), Thomas Reiter (ESA), Remi Canton (CNES), Allen Herbert (NanoRacks)

 

LUNCH BREAK

13:30-15:00

Cardio/Pulmonary 1

Radiation Impacts to Biological Systems 1

COFFEE BREAK / Interactive Presentation Session (IP#1)

15:30-17:00

Cardio/Pulmonary 2

Radiation Impacts to Biological Systems 2

17:00-19:00

Technical Tour: MBRSC

 


Tuesday

 

Nov. 12

8:00-17:00

Registration

9:00-9:30

MC: Humaid Al Sharhan (MBRSC)

 

Keynote Speech #1: UAE Mars Exploration Program – EMM (9:00 – 9:15)

Speaker: Omran Sharaf, Project Manager- Emirates Mars Mission (MBRSC)

 

Keynote Speech #2: The human side of space exploration: Thales Alenia Space’s role in scouting the final frontier (9:15 – 9:30)

Speaker: Provera Roberto (Thales Alenia Space)

 

9:30-10:30

Plenary 4: Future Space Exploration/Lunar Gateway/Space Robotics

Moderator: Saud Karmustaji

Panelists: William H. Paloski (NASA/JSC), O. Kotov (IBMP), Maria Cristina (ASI), Mr. Grégory Pedersen (Airbus Defense and Space)

 

COFFEE BREAK

10:45-11:45

Plenary 5: What it takes to be an Astronaut? (Astronaut and Cosmonauts Panel)

Moderator: Mariam Al Zarouni

Panelists: All astronauts – Hazzaa Al Mansoori and Sultan Al Neyadi (MBRSC), O. Kotov (ROSCOSMOS), Aleksander Misurkin (ROSCOSMOS), Thomas Reiter (ESA)

 

11:45-12:30

Plenary 6:

MC: Humaid Al Sharhan

 

6.1  - The German Space Life Sciences Program - Benefit for People on Earth (11:45 – 12:05)

Markus Braun

 

6.2  - Building the global collaboration in space and on-the-ground life sciences: the NSSTC-UAEU-CNES-CNRS initiative (12:05 – 12:30)

Platat C, Bergouignan A, Laurens C, Al Sawafi B, Bareille MP, Blanc S, Al Emam O, Al Hashmi K, Gauquelinkoch G.

 

LUNCH BREAK

13:30-15:00

Spaceflight Analogs 1

OMICs

COFFEE BREAK

15:30-17:00

Spaceflight Analogs 2

SANS/VIIP

17:00-20:00

Social Tour: Al Fahidi Historical Area

 

Wednesday

 

Nov. 13

8:00-17:00

Registration

9:00-9:30

Keynote Speech #2: Overcoming Challenges to Human Health and Performance During Exploration Spaceflight Missions

MC: Humaid Sharhan (MBRSC)

Speaker: William H. Paloski (NASA)

 

9:30-10:30

Plenary 7:

 

7.1 - A strategic vision for the use of ISS and the lunar vicinity as human research analogs for future Mars missions (9:30 – 9:45)

Julie A. Robinson, Sam Scimemi, Michael C. Waid, O.V. Kotov, William H. Paloski

 

7.2 - Russian psychophysiological space experiments aboard  ISS for the benefit of interplanetary flights (9:45 – 10:00)

V.Gushin

 

7.3 - Psychological and psychiatric aspects of a mission to mars (10:00 – 10:15)

Nick Kanas

 

7.4 - ISRO's Human spaceflight programme: GAGANYAAN (10:15 – 10:30)

U. Sreerekha (ISRO)

 

COFFEE BREAK

10:45-11:45

Plenary 8:

 

8.1 - The Challenges of Space Medicine in the process of Deep Space Exploration (10:45 – 11:05)

Yinghui Li

 

8.2 - Long-Term Life Support Experiment for Survival on the Moon: 'Lunar Palace 365' (11:05 – 11:25)

Hong Liu

 

8.3 - The Chinese HSF Program and Future Plans (11:25 – 11:45)

Prof.CHEN Shanguang (CNSA)

 

11:45-12:30

Plenary 9:

 

9.1 - SANS (11:45 – 12:00)

Steven Laurie

 

9.2 - Enabling exploration and pioneering scientific discovery in the NASA Space Biology program (12:00 – 12:15)

Craig Kundrot, Howard Levine, Kevin Sato, David Tomko

 

9.3 – UAE’s National Space Strategy 2030 and Space Investment Promotion Plan (12:15 – 12:30)

Naser Al Rashedi (UAE Space Agency)

 

LUNCH BREAK

13:30-15:00

Neuroscience

Challenges for Future Spaceflight 1

COFFEE BREAK

15:30-17:00

Neuroscience

Challenges for Future Spaceflight 2

18:30-21:00

Gala Dinner

 

 

Thursday

 

Nov. 14

8:00-17:00

Registration

9:00-9:30

Plenary 10:

 

10.1 - Human adaptation including sleep in extreme conditions and analog environments (9:00 – 9:15)

Chrysoula Kourtidou-Papadeli

 

10.2 - Microbial safety of interplanetary missions: threads, risks and countermeasures (9:15 – 9:30)

Ilyin V.K

 

9:30-10:30

Human Factor + Psych + Circadian

Multidisciplinary

COFFEE BREAK

10:45-12:30

Musculoskeletal

Spaceflight Immunology

LUNCH BREAK

13:30-15:00

Exercise and Countermeasures

Astrobiology



Monday, Nov. 11:                                    Cardio/Pulmonary 1

Chair:  Satoshi Iwase

Co-Chair: Julia Popova

Rapporteur:

 

Start

End

Title

Primary Author

13:30

13:45

Controlled Superficial Pressure to Assist the Circulatory System of Astronauts

Misael A. Chagas

13:45

14:00

Simulation of Cardiovascular Responses to Gravity Transitions in Suborbital Spaceflight by Successive Head Down and Up Tilting

Hasan Birol COTUK

14:00

14:15

Exploring the Impact(s) of Spaceflight Environment on the Astronaut’s Vascular Function: A Joint Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Center and European Research Institutes Project

Adel Elmoselhi

14:15

14:30

Elucidating the Impact(s) of Hindlimb Unloading and Hypoxia on Vascular Function: A Joint Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Center and European Research Institutes Project

Nandu Goswami

14:30

14:45

Potential Long-Term Cardiovascular Health Risks of Spaceflight: Results from the Vascular Series and Future Directions

Richard L Hughson

14:45

15:00

MARSobserver for Intelligent Medical Cardiovascular Risk Assessment in Space and Extreme Environments on Earth

Benedikt Kessler

 

 

Monday, Nov. 11:                                    Radiation Impacts to Biological Systems 1

Chair:  Leticia Vega

Co-Chair:  Honglu Wu

Rapporteur:

 

   

Title

Primary Author

13:30

13:45

Carcinogenisis Induced by Simulated Exposure to Space Particles

Weiwei Pei

13:45

14:00

Gamma Radiation Induced DNA lesions in Immunoglobuline Genes: A Pilot Study

Hao Ren

14:00

14:15

Bystander Effects Induced by Different LET Radiation in Human Astrocyte

Ziyin Zhang

14:15

14:30

Variation of Space Radiation Effects on Humans with Gender and Age

S. Sama

14:30

14:45

The Biological Effects in Different Brain Regions to Heavy Ion Irradiation

Peng Zhang

14:45

15:00

Evident Biological Effects of Space Radiation in Astronauts

Honglu Wu

 

 

Monday, Nov. 11:                                    Interactive Presentation

Chair:

Co-Chair:

Rapporteur:

 

Time

Title

Primary Author

15 :00 – 15 :30

Comparative Analysis of G-Tolerance by Cosmonauts on the Stage of Return to Earth from Missions of Varying Duration

М.I. Koloteva

 

Characteristics of the accuracy of control of movements under microgravity conditions

Shigueva Tatiana A.

HUMAN METABOLIC DOWNREGULATION FOR GENERAL STRESS & 0-G TOLERANCE: (PRELIMINARY) PROOF-OF-CONCEPT EXPERIMENTS

Sebastien Murat

Mathematical modeling of physical performance of cosmonauts on ISS – a step towards the system of countermeasures to negative effects of microgravity in missions to Moon and Mars

Anton V. Eremeev

Non-24 h environmental periods lead to extensive alterations in physiology and decrease in adaptation

Huan Ma

 

 

Monday, Nov. 11:                                    Cardio/Pulmonary 2

Chair:  Satoshi Iwase

Co-Chair: Elena Luchitskaya 

Rapporteur:

 

Start

End

Title

Primary Author

15 :30

15 :45

Cosmonauts’ Lower Limbs Venae Condition in Long-Term Spaceflights and Definition of Possibility of Orthostatic Tolerance Forecast

Kotovskaya А.R.

15 :45

16 :00

Simulated microgravity induces mitochondrial dysfunction and endoplasmic reticulum stress in rat cerebral arteries

Ran Zhang, Min Jiang

16 :00

16 :15

THE PHENOTYPE OF CEREBRAL VASCULAR SMOOTH MUSCULE CELL OF SIMULATED MICROGRAVITY RAT ARE REGULATED BY MITOCHONDIAL OXIDATIVE INJURY AND ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM STRESS

Min Jiang, Ran Zhang, JiBin Zhang, and Feng Cao

16 :15

16 :30

EXPOSURE OF INSPIRATORY NEGATIVE PRESSURE BREATHING ON COSMONAUTS DURING SPACEFLIGHT

Julia A. Popova

 

 

 

 

Monday, Nov. 11:                                    Radiation Impacts to Biological Systems 2

Chair:  Leticia Vega

Co-Chair:  Honglu Wu

Rapporteur:

 

Start

End

Title

Primary Author

15:30

15 :45

Space Radiation Exposure Levels at Different Shielding Configurations

Vyacheslav A. Shurshakov

15:45

16:00

Measurements of Neutron Radiation on the International Space Station using Bubble Detectors: Matroshka-R and Radi-N2

M.B. Smith

16:00

16:15

Outline of the Concept of Radiation Protection in Interplanetary Space Flight

Ushakov I.B.

16:15

16:30

Study on Biosensors of Space Radiation

Hao Xiaoting, Cheng GuangQin, Madiha Rasheed, Deng Yulin, Zhang Yongqian

 

 

Tuesday, Nov. 12:                                    Spaceflight Analogs 1

Chair:  Leticia Vega

Co-Chair:  Gilles Clement

Rapporteur:

 

Start

End

Title

Primary Author

13:30

13:45

Ground Analog Studies – first step of the space flights.  Opportunities for cooperation

Tatiana Agaptseva

13:45

14:00

Moon landing simulation methodology. Construction of the wheeled robot and arm manipulator remote control model

Belousova M.D.

14:00

14:15

Results of the International Standard Measures during the VaPER Bed Rest Study

G. Clément

14:15

14:30

Moon landing simulation methodology

Gushin V.

14 :30

14 :45

UNOOSA Human Space Technology Initiative Activities Status in 2019

Aimin Niu

 

 

 

Tuesday, Nov. 12:                                    OMICs

Chair: L. Buravkova

Co-Chair: R. Hemmersbach, Sergey Ponomarev

Rapporteur:

 

Start

End

Title

Primary Author

13:30

13 :45

Cellular studies under altered gravity conditions – from ground to space and vice versa. Germany.

Ruth Hemmersbach, Jens Hauslage, Christian Liemersdorf, Kai Waißer, Aviseka Acharya,  Agapios Sachinidis,  Jens Jordan. Cellular

13:45

14:00

The effect and molecular mechanism of space microgravity on osteogenic differentiation of human bone mesenchymal stem cells. China.

Cui Zhang, Liang Li, Yuanda Jiang,  Baoming Geng, Yanqiu Wang,  Jinfu Wang.

14:00

14:15

Transcriptomic profiles of mesenchymal cells of different commitment under simulated microgravity. Russia.

Ratushnyy A.Yu., Yakubetz D.A., Zhivodernikov I.V., Buravkova L.B.

14:15

14:30

Transcriptomics, NF-kB Pathway, and Their Potential Spaceflight-Related Health Consequences. USA. Jonson Space Center

Honglu Wu, Maria Moreno-Villanueva, Ye Zhang. 

14:30

14:45

Intestinal microbiota contributes to altered glucose metabolism in simulated microgravity mouse model

Qing Ge and Yifan Wang and Yongzhi Li

14:45

15:00

Targeting mitochondria for preventing unloading-induced skeletal muscle atrophy and bone loss. China.

Jiankang Liu, Jiangang Long.

15:00

15:15

The Effects of Simulated Microgravity on Calcium Signaling in Cardiomyocyte. China.

Yingxian Li, Guohui Zhong, Caizhi Liu, Shukuan Ling, Yuheng Li.

15 :15

15 :30

Protein signaling molecules and autonomic regulation of heart rate in cosmonauts.

Pastushkova L.H

 

 

Tuesday, Nov. 12:                                    Spaceflight Analogs 2

Chair:  Vadim Gushin

Co-Chair:  Leticia Vega

Rapporteur:

 

Start

End

Title

Primary Author

15:30

15 :45

Effects of dwarf fruit and vegetable crops on mood and sleep in closed environment

Liu Huia

15:45

16:00

Interpersonal interaction and psychological stability of crewmembers under conditions of simulated interplanetary space flight (EXPERIMENT "SIRIUS-17”)

V.I. Gushin

16:00

16:15

Dynamics of changes of orthostatic stability under the influence of dry immersion

Suvorov A.V.

16:15

16:30

21-day Dry Immersion: the specificity of the experiment and the first results

Tomilovskaya E.S.

16:30

16:45

Metaproteomics reveals functional alternation of gut microbiome of crewmembers in a space analogue

Zikai Hao

 

 

Tuesday, Nov. 12:                                    SANS/VIIP

Chair:  Claudia Steaner 

Co-Chair:  Olga Manko

Rapporteur:

 

Start

End

Title

Primary Author

15:30

15 :45

OCT-IMAGE ANALYSIS IN MONITORING OF THE OPTIC NERVE HEADIN COSMONAUTS ON THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION

Makarov I.A.

15:45

16:00

Changes in ventricular volumes induced by spaceflight and correlations with visual acuity changes

Floris Wuyts

16:00

16:15

Diffusion-weighted MRI reveals reversible fluid redistribution in the brain after spaceflight

Steven Jillings/ Floris Wuyts

16:15

16:30

Eye optics study in experiments with dry immersion

Svetlana Dmitryeva

16:30

16:45

Hemo- and hydrodynamics of the eye under conditions of experimental g-force

Olga Manko

16:45

17:00

INFLUENCE OF THE FIVE-DAY “DRY” IMMERSION ON THE EYE HYDRODYNAMICS

Olga Manko

17:00

17:15

BIOMARKER OF ADAPTATION RESERVE OF VISUAL SENSORY SYSTEM

Sergey Danilichev

 

 

Wednesday, Nov. 13:                             Neuroscience 1

Chair:  Chrysoula Kourtidou-Papadeli                   

Co-Chair:  Elena Tomilovskaya

Rapporteur:

 

Start

End

Title

Primary Author

13:30

13 :45

Brain Networks and Deep Learning Approaches for assessing the impact of microgravity and the efficacy of reactive sledge jumps countermeasure to sleep quality

Christos A, Frantzidis

13 :45

14 :00

Identifying resting state networks alterations in light sleep due to microgravity conditions

Christina S. Plomariti

14 :00

14 :15

Sleep Gene Expression in Simulated Microgravity Environment

Christiane M. Nday, Christos Frantzidis, Graham Jackson, Panagiotis Bamidis, and Chrysoula Kourtidou-Papadeli

14 :15

14 :30

Oxidative stress during long term bedrest and dynamic exercise countermeasure

A. Kyparos

14 :30

14 :45

A mixed reality platform for performing a combination of cognitive and physical training in space

George D. Ntakakis

14 :45

15 :00

Perception of Time and Distance in Microgravity

G. Clément

 

 

Wednesday, Nov. 13:                             Challenges for Future Spaceflight 1

Chair:    Klaus Slenzka

Co-Chair:  Gushin V.

Rapporteur:

 

Start

End

Title

Primary Author

13:30

13 :45

A bioinspired antimicrobial surface as preventive acting technology for space and Earth application

Matthias Dünne

13:45

14:00

Space debris mitigation and remediation as a key for sustainability in outer space

Grytsenko Iana

14 :00

14 :15

Style features in crews’ communication with MCC

Gushin V.

14:15

14:30

SUBORBITAL SPACEFLIGHT PRE-LAUNCH PHYSIOLOGICAL PRIMING FOR ENHANCED +G to 0-G SWITCHING TOLERANCE

Sebastien “Subs” Murat

14 :30

14 :45

Human Metabolic Downregulation for Enhanced +/- 1-G Tolerance: Human Experimental Proof-of-Concept

Seb S. Murat

14 :45

15 :00

METABOLICALLY-ENHANCED OFF-NOMINAL G-TOLERANCE: PRELIMINARY EXPERIMENTAL PROOF-OF-CONCEPT

Sebastien Murat

15 :00

15 :15

Characteristics of natural colonization barriers of periodontium in dry immersion study

V.K.Ilyin

15:15

15:30

Russian biomedical technologies for lunar manned missions: current status

A.P. Nechaev

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday, Nov. 13:                             Neuroscience 2

Chair:  Chrysoula Kourtidou-Papadeli   

Co-Chair:  Floris Wuyts

Rapporteur:

 

Start

End

Title

Primary Author

15:30

15 :45

Motion sickness symptoms correlated with body temperature regulation in vestibular stimuli

Linjie Wang

15 :45

16 :00

Synaptic plasticity in rats hippocampus exposed in closed complex environment

Nuomin Li

16 :00

16 :15

Altered transgene expression is mediated by recombinant adeno-associated virus in human neuroglia and neurons under microgravity conditions

Feiyi Sun

16 :15

16 :30

Effects of simulated microgravity on p-gp expression and function in rat brain

Jingjing Guo

16 :30

16 :45

Different afferent systems as a trigger in modulation of the otolith-ocular reflex after long-term space flights

Dmitrii O. Glukhikh

16 :45

17 :00

Longitudinal modifications in functional brain connectivity after spaceflight

Steven Jillings

17 :00

17 :15

Dynamics Of Recovery Of Functional Capability After Long-Term Space Flights. Results Of Ongoing Experiment “Field Test”

Tomilovskaya E.S.

17:15

17:30

The effect of long duration spaceflight on the brain and it’s recovery as measured by voxel based morphometry

Floris Wuyts

 

 

Wednesday, Nov. 13:                             Challenges for Future Spaceflight 2

Chair:  Claudia Stern      

Co-Chair:  V.Ilyin

Rapporteur:

 

 

Start

End

Title

Primary Author

15:30

15 :45

Medical Selection of the First German Commercial Female Astronaut

Claudia Stern

15 :45

16 :00

Bioprinting rational for exploration missions

Klaus Slenzka

16:00

16:15

Towards the creation of a new medical control structure for future lunar expeditions

Strogonova

16:15

16:30

Ethological and philosophical viewpoint of humans in space: Past and future

Carole Tafforin

16:30

16:45

EXPERIMENTAL MOTION SICKNESS SUSCEPTIBILITY IN WOMEN AT DIFFERENT PHASES OF THE MENSTRUAL CYCLE APPLIED TO FUTURE SPACE FLIGHTS

MD, Professor E.I. MATSNEV

16:45

17:00

HUMAN METABOLIC DOWNREGULATION FOR GENERAL STRESS & 0-G TOLERANCE: (PRELIMINARY) PROOF-OF-CONCEPT EXPERIMENTS

Sebastien Murat

17:00

17:15

To space and back: changes in surfaces parameters and intracranial position of the brain after long-duration spaceflight

Peter zu Eulenburg

 

 

Thursday, Nov. 14:                                  Human Factor + Psych + Circadian

Chair:  Nick Kanas                          

Co-Chair:  Hanns-Christian Gunga

Rapporteur:

 

Start

End

Title

Primary Author

09:30

09 :45

CIRCADIAN RHYTHM AND SLEEP DURING PROLONGED ANTARCTIC RESIDENCE AT CHINESE ZHONGSHAN STATION

Shiying Liu

09 :45

10 :00

Application and test of Impact-adhesion mechanics in space microgravity

QiJun Jiang

10:00

10:15

A method of remote monitoring of the operator functional state in space flight CONDITIONS USING acoustic SPEECH ANALYSIS

Lebedeva S.

10:15

10:30

Communicative coping strategies and anxiety level in sirius-17 isolation experiment

Yusupova A.

10:30

10:45

Investigations of sleep quality in microgravity

I.I. Funtova

10:45

11:00

Body temperature regulation in humans on Earth and in space

Hanns-Christian Gunga

 

 

Thursday, Nov. 14:                                  Multidisciplinary

Chair:  Alain Maillet       

Co-Chair: Elena Luchitskaya

Rapporteur:

 

Start

End

Title

Primary Author

09:30

09 :45

NEW APPROACHES TO THE DEVELOPMENT  OF MS AND PHD EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS  IN THE FIELD OF SPACE BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE

Buravkova L.B.

09:45

10:00

Human-centered human–robot natural spatial language interaction

Chengli Xiao

10:00

10:15

A convolutıonal neural network model for the ıdentıfıcatıon of the ınstantaneous physıologıcal state usıng camera ımages

Adil Deniz DURU

10:15

10:30

Research on pyrolysis technology of space trash artificially produced in long-duration space missions

Hui Jiang

10:30

10:45

ROLE FOR INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANISATION (ICAO) IN THE COMMERCIAL SUBORBITAL AND ORBITAL SPACE TOURISM: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

Vijay Kumar

10:45

11:00

Hygienic aspects of chemical safety of the air onboard manned spacecrafts during lunar missions

A.A. Pakhomova

11:00

11:15

Evaluation of an alternative solution for water microbial monitoring of fecal contaminants from water in the International Space Station

Thevenot Cecile

11 :15

11 :30

Integration of different methods of organic waste recycling for the organization of highly closed matter turnover in BTLSS

A.A. Tikhomirov,

 

 

Thursday, Nov. 14:                                  Musculoskeletal

Chair:  Yinghui Li                             

Co-Chair:  Rizwan Qaisar

Rapporteur:

 

Start

End

Title

Primary Author

10:45

11 :00

Application of prosthesis accelerometers to restore controlled movements in microgravity conditions

Peter Anto Johnson

11:00

11:15

Disuse Impairs the Mechanical Competence of Bone by Regulating the Characterizations of Mineralized Collagen Fibrils in Cortical Bone

Peng-Fei Yang

11:15

11:30

Targeting SR stress to mitigate disuse-induced muscle atrophy during stimulated microgravity

Rizwan Qaisar

11:30

11:45

Targeting mitochondria for preventing unloading-induced skeletal muscle atrophy and bone loss

Jiankang Liu

11:45

12:00

The protective effect of hemojuvelin on unloading muscle atrophy and its mechanism

Xiaoping Chen

12:00

12:15

Disorder of iron metabolism inhibits the recovery of unloading-induced bone loss in hypomagnetic field

Yanru Xue

 

 

Thursday, Nov. 14:                                  Spacflight Immunology

Chair:  Alexander Chouker                        

Co-Chair: Sergey Ponomarev

Rapporteur:

 

Start

End

Title

Primary Author

10:45

11 :00

Stress Related Immune changes in long-duration missions – Can Intelligent Assistance be a countermeasure?

Judith-Irina Buchheim

11:00

11:15

Influence of rotation in different modes on the short radius centrifuge on the human immunity

Sergey Kalinin

11;15

11:30

Transcriptome analysis of human T cell response to long-term simulated microgravity

Kuznetsov N.V.

11:30

11:45

Condition of the human innate immunity system  in the 21-days “dry” immersion

Sergey Ponomarev

11:45

12:00

A prototype device for cell research in space

Yu Chen

 

 

Thursday, Nov. 14:                                  Exercise & Countermeasures

Chair:  Elena Fomina                     

Co-Chair: M.F. Reschke

Rapporteur:

 

Start

End

Title

Primary Author

13:30

13 :45

Effect of short-arm centrifugation and exercise on skeletal muscle-pump baroreflex – Spin Your Thesis!

Brix B

13:45

14:00

Augmenting exercise protocols with interactive immersive virtual reality (VR) enviroments

Ana Diaz-Artiles

14:00

14:15

"ECCENTRIC-BIASED TRAINING DOES NOT PREVENT BED REST-INDUCED OXIDATIVE STRESS

Dolopikou CF

14:15

14:30

Studies of the effects of various regimes of a short-radius centrifuge rotation on the dynamics of water-electrolyte metabolism markers and the fluids shifts in body regions

Galina Vassilieva

14:30

14:45

Ibmp Short-Arm Centrifuge: Goals And Expectations

О.I. Orlov

14:45

15:00

Anaerobic metabolism threshold as an indicator of changes in the level of physical performance after space flight

E. Fomina

15:00

15:15

Countermeasures for Vestibular and Sensorimotor Disturbances as NASA, Russia and Other International Space Flight Programs Prepare for Lengthy Missions

M.F. Reschke

 

 

Thursday, Nov. 14:                                  Astrobiology

Chair:  Yulin Deng                                           

Co-Chair:  Klaus Slenzka              

Rapporteur:

 

Start

End

Title

Primary Author

13:30

13 :45

Evaluation of quantitative analysis method of microbial contamination from metal surface of China’s space station

Cong-xin Xin

13:45

14:00

SPACE EXPERIMENT «TEST»

Ilyin V.K, Deshevaya E.A.

14:00

14:15

Study of p-glycoprotein in rat intestine under simulated microgravity effect

Huayan Liu

14:15

14:30

Study on drug metabolic enzymes in intestine of tail-suspended rats based on proteomics approach

Jingjing Guo

14:30

14:45

IDENTIFICATION OF SPACE QUALIFIED ACID TOLERANT MICROBES WITH POSSIBLE CAPACITY OF ALUMINUM CORROSION AND THE EVALUATION OF THEIR ACID PRODUCTION UNDER SPACE CONDITIONS

Rcheulishvili Nino

14:45

15:00

SIMULATED MICROGRAVITY EFFECT ON VAP-1/SSAO ACTIVITY IN STZ-INDUCED DIABETIC RATS WITH THE SIMULTANOUS ACTION OF PXS-4728A

Papukashvili Dimitri

15 :00

15 :15

EFFECT OF SPACE CONDITIONS ON CELLULOSE DEGRADAING ABILITY OF MICROORGANISMS

Yasmeen Shakir

15:15

15:30

The Expression of DNA Damage Repair Genes were changed on Arabidopsis thaliana Seeds Surviving 303h Exposure to Space Environment

Meng Zhang

 




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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


Schedule:

Call for Abstracts: 20 December 2018
Deadline for Abstract Submission:  15 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:

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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.


Call for Papers:

Please check the Call for Papers leaflet pdf version.


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.

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Registration:


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