Technical programme

IAC 2020 – The CyberSpace Edition will feature a Virtual Technical Programme based on a compilation of 10-minute video lectures.

The presentations will be available throughout the entire duration of the congress, 12 to 14 October, in the form of a **Technical Presentations' Virtual Gallery**. The Virtual Gallery will be grouped per Symposia, where all the video lectures and the full papers submitted to each Symposium will be be available to the Congress participants.

The authors’ interest in participating in the Virtual Technical Programme has exceeded all expectations. With **over 1300 video lectures** we can expect a very rich and diverse Technical Programme presenting the latest research outcomes in space.

Keep an eye on our website for more updates as the IAC 2020 – The CyberSpace Edition Technical Programme takes shape!

State and Response of the Global Space Sector during COVID-19

Day: Monday 12 October • Time: 16:00-16:40

Unleashing the potential of Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning into Space

Day: Wednesday 14 October • Time: 14:00 - 14:40

NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) Response to the COVID Pandemic: Ventilators, Respirators and More.

A6.2 Identifying the 50 Statistically Most Concerning Derelict Objects in LEO

Symposium: A6. 18th IAA SYMPOSIUM ON SPACE DEBRIS

B3.1 Innovative Partnerships in Human Space Exploration

Symposium: B3. IAF HUMAN SPACEFLIGHT SYMPOSIUM • Session: 1 – Governmental Human Spaceflight Programmes (Overview)

B4.1 Survey on Nano-satellite Capacity Building Needs Around the World

Symposium: B4. 27th IAA SYMPOSIUM ON SMALL SATELLITE MISSIONS • Session: 1 – 21st Workshop on Small Satellite Programmes at the Service of Developing Countries

B4.8 Consolidated Phase A Design of the LUMIO Spacecraft: a CubeSat for Observing and Characterizing Micro-Meteoroid Impacts on the Lunar Far Side

Symposium: B4. 27th IAA SYMPOSIUM ON SMALL SATELLITE MISSIONS • Session: Small Spacecraft for Deep-Space Exploration

B4.9-GTS.5 Constellations : The Satellite Serial Production Challenge

Symposium: B4. 27th IAA SYMPOSIUM ON SMALL SATELLITE MISSIONS • Session: Small Spacecraft for Deep-Space Exploration

C3.1 New Concepts and Markets for Space Solar Power

Symposium: B4. 27th IAA SYMPOSIUM ON SMALL SATELLITE MISSIONS • Session: Small Spacecraft for Deep-Space Exploration

C4.1 Research and Development of 500 Ton-Thrust-Class LOX/Kerosene Rocket Engine

Symposium: C4. IAF SPACE PROPULSION SYMPOSIUM • Session: 1 – Liquid Propulsion (1)

C4.5 Electric Propulsion Research and Development at NASA (TBC)

Symposium: C4. IAF SPACE PROPULSION SYMPOSIUM • Session: 5 – Electric Propulsion (1)

C4.7 The Synergetic Air-Breathing Rocket Engine (SABRE) – Development Status Update

Symposium: C4. IAF SPACE PROPULSION SYMPOSIUM • Session: 7 – Hypersonic Air-breathing and Combined Cycle Propulsion, and Hypersonic Vehicle

E6.5 Business Strategy in the Emerging Commercial Space Industry Segments

Symposium: E6. IAF Business Innovation Symposium

E7.1 A New Format for Space Law?

Symposium: E7. IISL Colloquium on the la of outer space

E9.1-A6.8 Progressive Leadership in Space Safety Requires a New Approach to Setting Debris Mitigation Standards

Symposium: E9. SYMPOSIUM ON SPACE SECURITY • Session: 1-A6.8 – Policy, Legal, Institutional and Economic Aspects of Space Debris Detection, Mitigation and Removal

E9.2-D5.4 Crises: Cybersecurity for Small-satellite Ecosystem – State-of-the-art and Open Challenge

Symposium: E9. SYMPOSIUM ON SPACE SECURITY • Session: 2-D5.4 – Cyber-security threats to space missions and countermeasures to address them

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Important Dates:

  • Video Lecture submission – 25 September
  • Paper submission – 2 October
  • Virtual Congress dates – 12 to 14 October

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