Space Trends 2019 Technical Program will be defined by the end of September.
The Technical Program will be based upon academic papers selected through the paper submission and review process.
In this matter, the Technical Program Committee is responsible for ensuring a well-balanced, high-quality conference program. The committee handles all issues related to paper submission, review and selection and the establishment of the final conference program.
- Space propulsion systems (includes solid, liquid and hybrid rocket engines and motors, space electric propulsion, component and system level)
- Green propellants (includes development, handling, testing and utilisation of environmentally friendly propellants)
- Suborbital vehicles and payloads (suborbital demontrators, vehicles, microgravity research, atmosphere sounding)
- Launch vehicles (launcher components and systems development and utilisation, micro-launchers concepts)
- Rocket, launcher and spacecraft avionics (rocket and spacecraft TT&C systems, power systems, GNC, on-board computers)
- Numerical modeling (rocket and spacecraft dynamics, aerothermodynamics, numerical tools)
- Small satellites (small satellites platforms, subsystems and components, constellations)
- AIV and test facilities (rocket engines and motors test stands, assembly, integration and verification infrastructure for rockets and spacecraft, test ranges)
- Other related topics (other topics related to space propulsion design, development or applications)