The symposium will cover all aspects of micro/nano-satellites (less than 50kg), for example, element technologies, architecture, reliability, systems engineering,development process, missions and novel utilization ways. The papers will be categorized into 5 sessions below, from which description you can get more concrete image of the scope of the symposium.
Abstract Submission Instructions
Submission of abstract for the 2nd Nano-Satellite Symposium will be accepted through the Speaker Registration Page. In order to submit the abstract, the authors are expected to follow the guideline for submission of extended abstract. Submission of abstract should be done via the electronic submission form at above-cited web site by November 14, 2010. Notification for authors will be sent through e-mail by December 1, 2010.
Final Paper Submission
Final paper submission deadline is February 1, 2011.
Submission of Final Paper for the 2nd Nano-Satellite Symposium will be accepted through the Registration / Login Page.
Please Login with your ID/Password and upload your final paper by February 1, 2010.
In order to submit the Final Paper, the authors are expected to follow the guideline for submission of Final Paper.
Full-length final paper submission is essential for a presenter at the symposium.
Please also note that both abstracts and final papers are to be collected up in the Symposium Proceedings and distributed to all participants.
The aim of the symposium is to stimulate interactions among researchers and industries active in the area pertinent to nano-satellite development and applications. The topics of interests include, but are not limited to:
I. Innovative System Design and Operations
The newest developments in system modeling, analysis, theory, and tools to assist in the design and operation of nano-satellite systems with greater capability.
II. Launch Opportunities and Methods
Near-term scheduled launches and future methods to provide fast, frequent, flexible, and affordable access to space for nano-satellites.
III. Advanced Technologies, Subsystems, and Sensors
Advances in micro-electromechanical systems, radio frequency technology, optics, sensors and interface control systems designed and built specifically for use on nano-satellites.
IV. Existing Missions and Lessons Learned
Summaries of nano-satellite missions flown over the last few years and key lessons learned with an emphasis on how they apply to the nano-satellite missions in particular.
V. Novel Future Mission Concepts and Payloads
New and innovative mission concepts, technologies, and instruments designed specifically for nano-satellites pioneering the future in space exploration and scientific discovery.
Online Abstract Submission Open October 19, 2010
Abstract Deadline November 14, 2010
Notification of Acceptance December 1, 2010
Final Paper Upload Deadline February 1, 2011