Moscow, Russia
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3rd IAA/AAS SciTech ForumJune 2-4, 2020
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International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) in partnership with RUDN University and American Astronautical Society (AAS) hosts 3rd IAA/AAS SciTech Forum 2020 including two conferences:

 

3rd IAA/AAS Conference on Space Flight Mechanics

3rd IAA/AAS Conference on Space Structures and Materials

In 2020 3rd IAA/AAS SciTech Forum will be held in Moscow on June 2-4, 2020, where RUDN University will welcome specialists from all around the world.

RUDN University, Moscow, Russia is the only university in the world that unites students and specialists from more than 150 countries, a meeting point for different cultures and viewpoints, and at the same time – an expanding platform for space education, a place for research and discussion. The working language of 3rd IAA/AAS SciTech Forum will be English.

  • Early-Bird Registration
    1 March to 1 May 2020
  • Abstract Submission Date
    1 Jan to 19 Apr 2020
  • Paper Submission Date
    1 – 17 May 2020
  • Presentation Submission Date
    1 – 24 May 2020

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3rd IAA/AAS Conference on Space Flight Mechanics

Orbital Dynamics and Determination
Guidance, Navigation and Control
Mission Design and Optimization
Satellite Constellations and Formation Flying
Space Missions and Applications

3rd IAA/AAS Conference on Space Structures and Materials

Spacecraft Structures and Sensors
Advanced Space Materials
Structural Design for Space Applications
Energy Systems and Propulsion
International Space Technical Policy and Law

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Bringing together the world's foremost experts in the disciplines of astronautics on a regular basis to recognize the accomplishments of their peers, to explore and discuss cutting-edge issues in space research and technology, and to provide direction and guidance in the non-military uses of space and the ongoing exploration of the solar system.
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