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(*The oral, poster abstract review result has been announced.
We express our deepest gratitude to all abstract submitters for SpaceOps 2016.)
The SpaceOps 2016 Committee cordially invites you to submit abstracts for oral and poster presentations. All abstracts will be reviewed by the Technical Program Committee and assigned to the appropriate session for oral and poster presentations.
▼ Operations Concepts and Flight Execution (OCFE)
Mission Operations Concepts
Flight Operations
Flight Execution Processes
Operations Automation and Optimization
Operational Validation
Operations Concepts for Constellation & In Situ
Payload Operations Concepts
End of Life Operations
Fault Management and Recovery
Knowledge Management & Transfer
Lessons Learned Assessment & Management
Operations Training Methodologies
Simulation Methods & Tools for Operation Training
Human Factor & Behaviour in Operations
▼ Ground Systems, Communications and Data Processing (GSCDP)
Ground System Engineering
Groand Data Systems Development, Validation and Maintenance
Advanced Technologies for Space Operations
Flight Control Systems and EGSE
Ground Segment Architectures and Design
Payload Monitor and Control
On-board/ground Interfaces
Data Management
Space Cyber Security
Network Operations and Management
Ground Network Implementation
Ground Communications
Ground Network and Antenna Concepts
Communications Architectures for Complex
Archive Systems and Data Mining
Information Architectures and Information Models
Software Development and Maintenance
Control Centre Architecture
▼ Mission Design and Management (MDM)
Mission Architectures
Challenges in Trajectory Design and Analysis
Mission Engineering and Planning
Mission Simulation and Modelling
Cost-Effective Operations
International Cooperation for Mission Management
Managing Mission Risks and Opportunities
Public Engagement
Regulations and Laws
▼ Planning and Scheduling (PS)
Mission Planning and Scheduling Methods
Mission Planning Systems
Planning and Scheduling Systems
Asset Scheduling
Resource Management
Real-time Re-planning Techniques
Science Observation Planning
▼ Small Satellite and Commercial Space Operations (SSCSO)
Cubesat and Nanosat Operations
Cubesat Networks/Swarms; Constellation Operations
TT&C Systems & Flight Operations for Small Satellites
Challenges with Small Satellite Operations
End of Life Operations
Air and Space Traffic Management with Satellites
Commercial Manned Spaceflight
Commercial Orbital Transportation Services
Commercial Spaceports
Lean and Lights-out Commercial Control Centers
Managing a Constellation of Satellites
Operations with Space Tourists On-board
Training Spaceflight Participants
▼ Guidance, Navigation and Control (GNC)
Flight Dynamics and Navigation
Attitude Determination and Control
Interplanetary Missions
Formation/Constellation Management
Global Navigation Systems and Applications
GNC and Astrodynamics Software
Space Debris and Collision Avoidance
▼ Cross Support, Interoperability and Standards (CSIS)
Communications Standards (Link Layer, Network Layer, Application Layer etc.)
Communications Standards - Network
Communications Standards - Application Layer
Software Standards
Interoperability and Cross Support Standards
Telerobotics Standards
Advanced Standards for Future Missions
Secure Interoperability and Cross Support
Space Internetworking Standards
Other relevant Standards
▼ Human Systems and Operations (HSO)
Human Spaceflight
ISS Operations
Training for Human Operations
Mission Architectures for Human Spaceflight
Flight Crew Operations Techniques
Long Duration Human Mission Concepts
International Factors for Crew Operations
Human Lunar/Mars missions
▼ Launcher, Rockets and Balloon Operations (LRBO)
Launchers and Facilities
Balloons and Sounding Rockets
Launch Vehicle Propulsion Systems and Test Facilities
Pre-Launch Integration and Test
Launch Vehicle Availability, Reliability, and Risk Management
Launcher Integrated Health Monitoring
Test Operations
Ground Processing for vehicles and payloads
Real-time Launch Operations
▼ Emerging Space Operations in Asia and Developing Countries (ESO, Special Topic in 2016)
Introduction to Newly Developed Space Program
Newly Operating Space Center and Ground System
Any other themes related to Emerging Space Program in Asia and Developing Countries
Abstract Submission Guideline
SpaceOps 2016 Technical Program Committee (TPC) requests that you to submit your 300~500 (No more than 600) words abstract electronically through the conference website at www.spaceops2016.org or ScholarOne in AIAA website. We request that you limit your abstract to text only, no graphics. You will have the opportunity to indicate your preference of presentation style (oral/poster/e-Poster) and the most appropriate topic area. The TPC will then make the best effort at placing your submission in the program in a way that best connects you with your audience. Please consider that due to the overall scheduling constraints, the allocation of the topic area could be changed by the decision of the TPC. Questions about the abstract or technical topics, or about the program format or policies of the conference, should be directed to the Technical Program Committee Chairs:

- Chair, Bangyeop Kim (KARI, kby@kari.re.kr)
- Deputy Chair, Andrew Z. Dowen (JPL NASA, andrew.z.dowen@jpl.nasa.gov)
Notification of Acceptance
All submitted abstracts will be reviewed by the Technical Program Committee according to reviewing procedures. Notification of acceptance will be sent by e-mail to corresponding, presenting and abstract submitting authors by Nov 16, 2015.