11th European CubeSat Symposium: Call for Abstracts

Date: Wednesday 11 September 2019 to Friday 13 September 2019

Location : University of Luxembourg, Maison du Savoir, 2, avenue de l'Université, L-4365 Esch-sur-Alzette
Contact : Ms. Christelle Debeer, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Phone: +32 2 359 96 23

 
 

11th European CubeSatSymposium

https://www.cubesatsymposium.eu


CALL FOR ABSTRACTS


11th European CubeSat Symposium
11-13 September 2019
University of Luxembourg (Maison du Savoir)

Submit your abstract

The 11th European CubeSat Symposium will take place from 11 to 13 September 2019 at the University of Luxembourg.The event is co-organized by the University of Luxembourg and the von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics with the support of the Luxembourg Space Agency.

The Symposium will provide a snapshot of the most relevant topics in the CubeSat world, from technology demonstrators and scientific missions to the future technologies and the space exploration with CubeSats.

Prominent keynote speakers have been invited to give lectures to review the state-of-the-art research activities and applications in the rapidly progressing field of CubeSats, including perspectives from the space agencies.The Symposium will also host a dedicated splinter session with a special business focus, keeping in mind that CubeSats have made space accessible to every one. Often spinning-off from universities, innovative small enterprises have developed an unprecedented number of promising ideas. Success stories such as Planet, Spire, Hawkeye, Kleos, Fleet, and many more examples drive the NewSpace wave today. We invite you to brainstorm about tomorrow’s successful ideas the future ideas and to make us dream with you during the splinter session.

The symposium is welcoming the following topics

- Novel Scientific Instruments/Sensors on CubeSats

- Propulsion Subsystems

- Attitude Determination and Control Subsystems

- Telecommunications, Ground Stations and Ground Station Networks

- Orbital Dynamics (e.g. de-orbiting and debris mitigation)

- CubeSat Constellations

- Scientific Missions

- Technology Demonstration on CubeSats (e.g. formation flying, intersatellite link, sails, tethers, etc)

- Space Exploration Missions with CubeSat (i.e. beyond Earth orbit)

- Launchers and Deployers for CubeSats

- Future Technologies on CubeSats

- CubeSat Flight Experience and Lessons Learned

Important dates

13rd May 2019

Deadline for abstract submission

20th May 2019

Letter of abstract acceptance

22nd July 2019

Deadline for early bird registration

26th August 2019

Closing of the online registration

Registration Fees

Normal registration

Early bird (until 23/07/2019) - 300€
Late (as from 24/07/2019) - 400€

Student registration

Early bird (until 23/07/2019) - 190€
Late (as from 24/07/2019) - 280€

Register

More info on the sympsoium website: https://www.cubesatsymposium.eu

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