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Кому: Natalia V. Pecheroga
Отправлено: Tue, 03 Feb 2015 21:08:04 +0200 (EET)
Тема: Announcement : Conference on AUTONOMOUS SPACECRAFT NAVIGATION - New Concepts, Technologies & Applications for the 21st Century
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AUTONOMOUS SPACECRAFT NAVIGATION
New Concepts, Technologies & Applications for the 21st Century
WE-Heraeus Seminar Physics Center Bad Honnef (Germany) 8-11 June 2015
With an ever increasing number of Earth satellites and deep space probes, autonomous methods of spacecraft navigation are becoming more and more important. The WE-Heraeus Seminar will review details of the different approaches of autonomous navigation, their development status and their potential for future space applications in comprehensive talks. The aim of the four day seminar is to provide a forum for scientists from these related but sometimes poorly interconnected areas in an atmosphere that fosters the exchange of information and ideas but also leaves ample time for reflection and discussion.
The character of the seminar will be informal and will cover a broad range of topics. We would like to encourage the participants, especially young students and post-docs, to contribute not only by reporting about their work, but also by presenting novel ideas for informal discussions.
The WE-Heraeus Seminar (funded by the Wilhelm and Else Heraeus Foundation) will take place in the Physikzentrum Bad Honnef near Bonn (Germany) from June 8 - 11, 2015. There is no registration fee.
More information (preliminary programme, registration form, poster to display, etc.) can be found on the conference webpage: www.mpe.mpg.de/events/593-heraeus-seminar/
The number of participants is limited and registration will be on a first-come-first-served basis. We therefore encourage everyone to register at the very earliest convenience.
Scientific Organizing Committee:
Werner Becker (Max Planck Inst. for extraterr. Physics) Axel Jesner (Max Planck Inst. for Radio Astronomy)
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