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IAA Call for Papers – new deadline Oct. 30, 2015 – CubeSat workshop, Florianopolis, Brazil, Feb. 28 – March 02, 2016

Dear Academician,

We would like to remind you that you have until October 30, 2015 deadline to contribute a paper for presentation at the 2nd IAA Latin American CubeSat Workshop February 28 to March 2, 2016, Florianopolis, Brazil.

Following up its successful 2014 edition held in Brasilia, the 2nd IAA-LACW will keep the focus on topics related to CubeSat technology, providing a forum for scientists and engineers to discuss their achievements and cutting edge findings. Considering the increasing interest in CubeSat activities, and the recent successful Cubesat missions in Latin America, IAA, Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC) and University of Brasilia (UnB) are organizing in 2016 a workshop where participants from industry and academia will have the opportunity to share their professional knowledge, enlarging their networks in the subject. Some of the most outstanding professionals in CubeSat missions and applications will attend the workshop giving special talks and lectures.

Please upload your abstract online
before the October 30, 2015 deadline.

Manuscripts will be accepted based on the quality of the extended abstract, the originality of the work and/or ideas, and the anticipated interest in the proposed subject. Submissions that are based on experimental results or current data, or reports on ongoing missions, are especially encouraged. Complete manuscripts are required before the conference. The workshop’s working language is English.

The workshop will cover technical novelties and tutorial overviews on Cubesat related topics including but not limited to:

– CubeSat innovative missions and applications
– Space environment
– Remote sensing and Earth observation
– Innovative solutions for university satellite subsystems
– Launch opportunities
– Space debris
– University platform for biomedical research in space
– Ground segment and stations network
– New perspectives for university satellites.
– CubeSats future payloads and experiments
– Micro-propulsion subsystems
– CubeSat in-orbit experience

For more detailed information, please visit the IAA website at: http://iaaweb.org/content/view/640/845/