European CubeSat Symposium - Nanosatellites for Science and Technology Research.
The 8th European CubeSat Symposium will take place in the vibrant city of London on September 7th-9th 2016.
The Symposium, co-organized by the von Karman Institute (Belgium) and the Knowledge Transfer Network (UK), will be hosted in the premises of the historical buildings of the Imperial College London. In particular the South Kensington Campus is located in the very heart of London only few steps away from Kensington Palace and the Natural History Museum.
We organized this Symposium giving importance to the most relevant topics in the CubeSat world. From Technology Demonstrators and Scientific Missions to the Future Technologies and the Space Exploration with CubeSats.
The Symposium is covering the following topics:
- Scientific Instruments/Sensors on CubeSats
- Technology Demonstration on CubeSats (e.g. formation flying, IODs)
- Micro-g Experiments on CubeSats
- Micropropulsion Subsystems
- Attitude Determination and Control Subsystem
- CubeSat Flight Experience and Lessons Learned
- CubeSat Networks and Constellations
- Telecommunications, Ground Stations and Ground Station Networks
- Orbital Dynamics (e.g. de-orbiting and debris mitigation)
- Launchers and Deployers for CubeSats
- Future Technologies on CubeSats
- Space Exploration Missions with CubeSat (i.e. beyond Earth orbit)
Renowned speakers from NASA, ESA and NanoRacks LLC will give an account of their view of the past and future development of CubeSats.
If you are interested in contributing to this event, please submit your abstract before May 31st 2016.
Registrations and abstract submission will be opened from March 1st 2016.
For more information on the venue, registration, deadlines, abstract guidelines, sponsorship and exhibitors, please visit the symposium website www.cubesatsymposium.eu
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