Published on March 8, 2022
IAC 2022 IS BREAKING ALL RECORDS!
4800 abstracts from 97 countries
The deadline for submission of abstracts for IAC 2022 has now passed and we are delighted to announce that the 73rd International Astronautical Congress to be held on 18-22 September 2022 in Paris, France, has received more than
4800 abstracts from 97 countries, setting new records highs for IAC in terms of submissions and diversity.
The overwhelming interest in this year’s IAC gives a strong sense of value to the unifying congress theme Space for @ll and a cause of celebration for the global space community as a collective expression of engagement and optimism.
The IAC also creates new opportunities and inspires future generations. As a result, the Call for Abstracts has sparked unprecedented interest among students who set a new record for IAC as they represent 39% of the total number of authors who submitted an abstract for this year.
The IAC 2022 keeps breaking multiple records. The Call for Special Sessions met with an astounding response with nearly 100 proposals submitted and the Call for Plenaries and Highlight Lectures received above 50 proposal submissions.
The International Programme Committee (IPC) would like to thank everyone for the massive response to the IAC 2022 Calls. As the overall submission count is higher than any past instance of the IAC, the dramatic increase in popularity this year will result in a vigorous review of all the submissions and a very strong competitive selection process.
Paris is the perfect reunion destination for the global space community, and the IPC is dedicated to assembling the best stimulating and multidisciplinary programme for what promises to be an unforgettable and vibrant IAC!
We look forward to seeing you there. Together, we will make the IAC 2022 a triumphant success!
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