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6th International Conference and Exhibition on Satellite & Space Missions, will be organized around the theme “Exploring the limits of Satellite and Space research”

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Forecasting the future is uncertain. Nonetheless, in the satellite space, there’s a trend for ever-increasing flexibility, capacity, and service availability in addition to increasingly lighter, more compact, more affordable, and ergonomic personal and ground terminals. It is possibly to seek out applications in satellite-oriented air traffic management, customized land mobile radio broadcasting, and aeronautical satellite communication. It is even to expect incessant gains with reference to intelligent space communications systems. More over new technologies are yet to be developed in the satellite communication space.

  • Track 1-1Artificial satellites
  • Track 1-2Navigation Satellite
  • Track 1-3Remote Sensing Satellite
  • Track 1-4Frequency Bands
  • Track 1-5Low, Medium, High Earth Orbit
  • Track 1-6Space Segment & Ground Segment
  • Track 1-7Satellites Orbits
  • Track 1-8Satellite Link Parameters

Department of Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering will invest in state-of-the-art manufacturing technology and address the issue of energy in the context of the global energy environment. The current focus is on the globalised competitiveness and increased awareness of the environment which made the manufacturing significantly different with more emphasis on competitive technologies and management approaches. The control includes outlining Communication satellites, Space Missions, Space Applications, and Space Propulsion, planning and building earth stations, Satellite Launcher Technology, repairing and introducing satellite communication.

  • Track 2-1MEMS
  • Track 2-2Space environment and its interaction with spacecraft
  • Track 2-3Attitude dynamics and formation flying control
  • Track 2-4Spacecraft subsystems
  • Track 2-5Astrodynamics & Astrophysics
  • Track 2-6Fluid dynamics
  • Track 2-7Aeroacoustics
  • Track 2-8Orbital maneuver
  • Track 2-9Aircraft structures
  • Track 2-10Space Shuttle & Space technology
  • Track 2-11Aerodynamics
  • Track 2-12Fluid Mechanics
  • Track 2-13Robotics and Mechatronics

Remote sensing is the science of obtaining information about objects or areas from a distance, typically from aircraft or satellites. Remote sensors collect data by detecting the energy that is reflected from Earth. These sensors can be on satellites or mounted on aircraft. Remote sensors can be either passive or active. Passive sensors respond to external stimuli. They record natural energy that is reflected or emitted from the Earth's surface. In contrast, active sensors use internal stimuli to collect data about Earth.

A geographic information system (GIS) is a framework for gathering, managing, and analysing data. Rooted in the science of geography, GIS integrates many types of data.

  • Track 3-1Applications of remote sensing data
  • Track 3-2GIS data mining and Web mapping
  • Track 3-3Geographical information system (GIS)
  • Track 3-4Remote sensing in Climate Change
  • Track 3-5GIS techniques and technology
  • Track 3-6Military uses of Civilian Remote Sensing Data
  • Track 3-7Earth Remote Sensing Technologies
  • Track 3-8Ocean Sensing and the Ice Caps
  • Track 3-9Weather and climate observations
  • Track 3-10Remote Sensing Satellite Orbits
  • Track 3-11Remote Sensing for Land-Use and Land-Cover
  • Track 3-12Atmospheric Aerosols

Space Missions are spacecraft exploring the outer space by the use of astronomy and space technology. The Satellite Conference is entirely helpful for new research on space mission design. Just as space technology has advanced, the way we learn and work has changed dramatically in recent years. This conference combines the best research work and reference to cover the entire field, among the many features of this new approach are: Completely rewritten, updated, and expanded of Space Mission Analysis and Design, the most widely used text and reference in astronautics, covering a many topics. Such as human spaceflights, Missions to the Moon, Missions to Mars, Space Shuttle missions, Solar System probes.

  • Track 4-1Space debris
  • Track 4-2Space Probes and Space Shuttle
  • Track 4-3Missions to Venus and Mercury
  • Track 4-4Missions to Mars
  • Track 4-5Human spaceflight
  • Track 4-6Planetary Science
  • Track 4-7Missions to the Moon
  • Track 4-8Space Launch System (SLS)
  • Track 4-9Solar Orbiter Collaboration
  • Track 4-10Shuttle Radar Topography Mission
  • Track 4-11Past missions
  • Track 4-12Planetary Missions
  • Track 4-13Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter
  • Track 4-14Solar System Missions

Space exploration, the investigation, by means of crewed and uncrewed spacecraft, of the reaches of the universe beyond Earth’s atmosphere and the use of the information so gained to increase knowledge of the cosmos and benefit humanity. The exploration of Mars has been an important part of the space exploration programs of the Soviet Union (later Russia), the United States, Europe, Japan and India. Dozens of robotic spacecraft, including orbiters, landers, and rovers, have been launched toward Mars since the 1960s. These missions were aimed at gathering data about current conditions and answering questions about the history of Mars. The Satellite Conference offers key insights into cutting-edge applications from global experts, start-ups, and the winners of Europe's major innovation competitions for space applications.

  • Track 5-1Planets and Moon
  • Track 5-2ESA/Mars Express mission
  • Track 5-3The Sun, Mercury, Venus Express, Earth
  • Track 5-4Solar System
  • Track 5-5Asteroids and comets
  • Track 5-6Planetary explorations
  • Track 5-7Space Weather
  • Track 5-8Mars exploration

An artificial satellite is an object that people have made and launched into orbit using rockets. There are currently over a thousand active satellites orbiting the Earth. The size, altitude and design of a satellite depend on its purpose. Satellites vary in size. Some cube satellites are as small as 10 cm. Some communication satellites are about 7 m long and have solar panels that extend another 50 m. The largest artificial satellite is the International Space Station (ISS). The main part of this is as big as a large five-bedroom house, but including solar panels, it is as large as a rugby field.

  • Track 6-1Navigation satellites
  • Track 6-2Communication satellites
  • Track 6-3Weather satellites
  • Track 6-4Earth observation satellites
  • Track 6-5Astronomical satellites
  • Track 6-6International Space Station
  • Track 6-7Low Earth Orbit (LEO)
  • Track 6-8Medium Earth Orbit (MEO)
  • Track 6-9Geostationary Orbit (GEO)

A communication satellite is a microwave repeater station in a space that is used for telecommunication, radio and television signals. A communication satellite processes the data coming from one earth station and it converts the data into another form and send it to the second earth station. There are about 2,000 communications satellites in Earth's orbit, used by both private and government organizations.

  • Track 7-1Satellite orbits
  • Track 7-2Low, medium and high earth orbits
  • Track 7-3Ground segment, propagation effect
  • Track 7-4Satellite telephony, television and radio
  • Track 7-5Space segment
  • Track 7-6TCP over satellite
  • Track 7-7Geosynchronous orbit

A satellite navigation or satnav system is a system that uses satellites to provide autonomous geo-spatial positioning. It allows small electronic receivers to determine their location  (longitude, latitude, and altitude/elevation) to high precision (within a few centimetres to meters) using time signals transmitted along a line of sight by radio from satellites. The system can be used for providing position, navigation or for tracking the position of something fitted with a receiver (satellite tracking). Satellites communication is utilized for TV, phone, radio, web, and military applications. There are more than 2,000 correspondences satellites in Earth's circle, utilized by both private and government associations.

  • Track 8-1Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
  • Track 8-2GLONASS Satellite Systems
  • Track 8-3Inertial Navigation Systems
  • Track 8-4Satellite Telephony, Telivision, Radio
  • Track 8-5Hybrid Navigation Systems
  • Track 8-6GPS-GLONASS Integration
  • Track 8-7Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS)

A large number of satellites are used today to explore the earth's atmosphere, the oceans, the earth's structure and the biosphere. Satellites employ a large variety of instruments and techniques from remote sensing and inverse problems to monitor and visualize physical, chemical and biological processes taking place above, in or on the surface of our planet earth.

  • Track 9-1Earth Station
  • Track 9-2Satellite Tracking
  • Track 9-3Astronomical Observations
  • Track 9-4Observation of the Earth’s Environment
  • Track 9-5Satellite Orbits: Models, Methods, and Applications
  • Track 9-6Orbital Mechanics
  • Track 9-7The Geostationary Applications Satellite
  • Track 9-8Orbital Perturbations and Orbit Determination
  • Track 9-9Earth Eclipse of Satellite
  • Track 9-10Earth Orbit
  • Track 9-11Satellite constellation
  • Track 9-12Satellite Orbits and Trajectories

A weather satellite is a type of satellite that is primarily used to monitor the weather and climate of the Earth. These meteorological satellites, however, see more than clouds and cloud systems. The idea of observing weather on earth from space was first introduced in the 1940s. Weather satellites can record a variety of weather and other phenomena including clouds, cloud systems, fire, pollution effects, dust storms, sand storms, snow, ice caps, ocean currents, volcanic ash in the air, smoke and much more.

  • Track 10-1Weather forecasting satellites
  • Track 10-2Geostationary weather satellites
  • Track 10-3Polar orbiting weather satellites
  • Track 10-4Weather forecasting satellite applications
  • Track 10-5Weather forecasting satellite missions
  • Track 10-6Image processing and analysis

A military satellite is an artificial satellite used for a military purpose. The most common missions are intelligence gathering, navigation and military communications. The military role of space satellites has increased continuously over the past three decades. In the early 1960s, the first reconnaissance satellites were launched by the United States, and the Soviet Union followed within a few years. In addition, military communications, navigation, meteorology and other satellites were developed during this period.

  • Track 11-1Military reconnaissance satellites
  • Track 11-2Military communication satellites
  • Track 11-3Military navigation satellites
  • Track 11-4Navigation satellites
  • Track 11-5Early warning systems
  • Track 11-6Satellite weapons
  • Track 11-7Nuclear Explosion Satellites

Satellites are the height of modern communications technology. They provide global wide access to information by transmitting radio signals from orbit around the earth. Communication satellites are used in networks by retransmitting signals from a ground base to a large area of the earth. Unlike most terrestrial alternatives, satellite networks can be rolled out quickly and inexpensively to hundreds or thousands of locations, connecting cities or remote locations across a large landmass, where copper or fibre is cost prohibitive. Since satellite networks can be set up quickly, companies can be fast-to-market with new services.

  • Track 12-1Satellite broadcast networks
  • Track 12-2Transmission control protocol
  • Track 12-3Satellite Payload
  • Track 12-4Satellite on board connectivity
  • Track 12-5Satellite Orbits
  • Track 12-6Footprint
  • Track 12-7Categories of Satellite (GEO/MEO/LEO)

Mobile satellite services are set to change with the imminent launch of satellite personal communication services (S–PCS), through the use of non–geostationary satellites. This new generation of satellites will be placed in low earth orbit or medium earth orbit, hence, introducing new satellite design concepts. A Satellite communication is a technology that is used to transfer the signals from the transmitter to a receiver with the help of satellites. It can be used in different mobile applications that involve communication with the ships, vehicles and radio broadcasting services.

  • Track 13-1Satellite communications: mobile and fixed services
  • Track 13-2Satellite broadcast systems engineering
  • Track 13-3IP networking over next-generation satellite systems
  • Track 13-4Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
  • Track 13-5Mobile broadband satellite services
  • Track 13-6Low earth orbit and satellite phone networks
  • Track 13-7Global Positioning System (GPS) & remote sensing

A satellite communication consists of mainly two segments. Those are space segment and earth segment. So, accordingly there will be two types of subsystems namely, space segment subsystems and earth segment subsystems. Satellites subsystems are used for many purposes. Common types include military and civilian Earth observation satellites, communications satellites, navigation satellites, weather satellites, and space telescopes. Space stations and human spacecraft in orbit are also satellites.

  • Track 14-1Attitude and orbit control system
  • Track 14-2Thermal control
  • Track 14-3Tracking, telemetry, command and monitoring System
  • Track 14-4Power System
  • Track 14-5Communication subsystems
  • Track 14-6Satellite Antennas
  • Track 14-7Satellite Bus
  • Track 14-8Space Qualification
  • Track 14-9Equipment Reliability

Satellite Radiance is the radiant flux emitted, reflected, transmitted or received by a given surface, per unit solid angle per unit projected area. Assimilation of satellite radiance data in limited-area, rapidly updating weather model/assimilation systems poses unique challenges compared to those for global model systems. Principal among these is the severe data restriction posed by the short data cut-off time. Also, the limited extent of the model domain reduces the spatial extent of satellite data coverage and the lower model top of regional models reduces the spectral usage of radiance data especially for infrared data. These three factors impact the quality of the feedback to the bias correction procedures, making the procedures potentially less effective.

  • Track 15-1Assimilation and terrorism
  • Track 15-2LEO satellite radiation
  • Track 15-3GPS satellite radiation levels
  • Track 15-4Satellite observations
  • Track 15-5Satellite temperature measurements
  • Track 15-6Satellite radiance observations and effects

A satellite dish is just a special kind of antenna designed to focus on a specific broadcast source. The standard dish consists of a parabolic (bowl-shaped) surface and a central feed horn. To transmit a signal, a controller sends it through the horn, and the dish focuses the signal into a relatively narrow beam.

  • Track 16-1Automatic-tracking satellite dish
  • Track 16-2Direct broadcast satellite
  • Track 16-3VSAT (very small aperture terminal)
  • Track 16-4Satellite internet
  • Track 16-5Parabolic reflector
  • Track 16-6Satellite phone
  • Track 16-7Satellite television and modem
  • Track 16-8Satellite internet

Structural dynamics is a type of structural analysis which covers the behaviour of a structure subjected to dynamic loading. Dynamic loads include people, wind, waves, traffic, earthquakes, and blasts. Earthquake defines a structure's ability to sustain its main functions, such as its safety and accessibility, at and after a particular earthquake exposure. A structure is normally considered safe if it does not endanger the lives and well-being of those in or around it by partially or completely collapsing.

  • Track 17-1Early warning systems
  • Track 17-2Earthquake Waves
  • Track 17-3Earth observation
  • Track 17-4Earth Atmosphere
  • Track 17-5Soil dynamics
  • Track 17-6Sound and vibration
  • Track 17-7Causes of earthquakes
  • Track 17-8Earthquake Hazards
  • Track 17-9Earthquakes and Faults
  • Track 17-10Global Positioning System (GPS) & remote sensing
  • Track 17-11Wave propagation

The study how Global Warming Changes the Difficulty of Synoptic Weather Forecasting by Sebastian Scher and Gabriele Messori at the Department of Meteorology, published in Geophysical Research Letters, establishes that our ability to make accurate weather forecasts is affected by the current changes in the global climate. A major factor is the decrease in the temperature difference between the North Pole and the equator.

  • Track 18-1Climate Hazards
  • Track 18-2Sea level change
  • Track 18-3Climate models
  • Track 18-4Weather wars
  • Track 18-5Weather and Climite Observations
  • Track 18-6Weather Satellites
  • Track 18-7Ocean Sensing and the Ice Caps
  • Track 18-8Weather warnings and advisories
  • Track 18-9Weather television‎
  • Track 18-10Climate Change & Climatology
  • Track 18-11Global Warming Effects & Causes
  • Track 18-12Ocean Motion

Materials science is an interdisciplinary field involving the properties of matter and its applications to various areas of science and engineering. It includes elements of applied physics and chemistry, as well as chemical, mechanical, civil and electrical engineering. In materials science, rather than haphazardly looking for and discovering materials and exploiting their properties, one instead aims to understand materials fundamentally so that new materials with the desired properties can be created.

  • Track 19-1Thermodynamics
  • Track 19-2Energy Materials
  • Track 19-3Metal Foams
  • Track 19-4Thermo physical Properties
  • Track 19-5Kinetics
  • Track 19-6Semiconductors
  • Track 19-7Composites
  • Track 19-8Polymers

Earth Science is the study of the Earth and its neighbours in space. It is an exciting science with many interesting and practical applications. Some Earth scientists use their knowledge of the Earth to locate and develop energy and mineral resources. Others study the impact of human activity on Earth's environment, and design methods to protect the planet. Some use their knowledge about Earth processes such as volcanoes, earthquakes, and hurricanes to plan communities that will not expose people to these dangerous events.

  • Track 20-1Geology
  • Track 20-2Meteorology
  • Track 20-3Oceanography
  • Track 20-4Astronomy
  • Track 20-5Biosphere
  • Track 20-6Earth electromagnetic field
  • Track 20-7Earth atmosphere
  • Track 20-8Atmospheric science