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    Title

    Interactive Presentations

    Description

    This session offers a unique opportunity to deliver your key messages in an interactive presentation on any of the subjects of Space Debris addressed in the classic Sessions. The presentation will be displayed on a digital screen in a dedicated location and available for view by all Congress attendees for the entire Congress week. In addition, one afternoon is dedicated exclusively for the attendees to view the Interactive Presentations, and the author will be assigned a specific eight minute slot to personally present the topic and interact with the attendees present. The Interactive Presentation may take advantage of all electronic display capabilities, such as: PowerPoint charts, embedded hot links, pictures, audio and video clips etc. An award will also be presented to the author of the best Interactive Presentation in the A Category at a special ceremony. An Abstract that follows the standard format must be submitted by the deadline for standard IAC abstracts.

    Date

    2017-09-28

    Time

    12:45

    Room

    Hall J&K2

    IPC members
    • Co-Chair: Mr. Christophe Bonnal, Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES), France;

    • Co-Chair: Dr. Darren McKnight, Integrity Applications Incorporated (IAI), United States;

    • Co-Chair: Prof. Tetsuo Yasaka, QPS Institute, Japan;

    papers

    Order

    Presentation status

    Mode

    Paper title

    Speaker

    Affiliation

    Country

    1

    confirmed

    estimation of removal method of space debris by laser ablation

    Mr. Yuta Kobayashi

    Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere, Kyoto University

    Japan

    2

    confirmed

    Discharge on Pseudo Solar Cells due to Hypervelocity Impact

    Ms. Mariela Rojas Quesada

    Kyushu Institute of Technology

    Japan

    3

    confirmed

    Improvement of the Accuracy of Fast Methods for Forecasting Dangerous Approaches of Orbital Objects

    Ms. Tatyana V. Labutkina

    Dnepropetrovsk National University named after Oles' Gonchar

    Ukraine

    4

    withdrawn

    Design Optimizations for Increased Muzzle Velocities of a Compact Single-Staged Light Gas Gun for Envisaged Twin Facility Setups

    Mr. Christoph Montag

    Institute of Space Systems, Universität Stuttgart

    Germany

    5

    confirmed

    STARC: Towards a transportable Laser Ranging Station

    Mr. Thomas Hasenohr

    German Aerospace Center (DLR)

    Germany

    6

    confirmed

    Symplectic integrators for the simulation of space debris evolution

    Dr. Pierfrancesco Di Cintio

    CNR

    Italy

    7

    confirmed

    Interpretation of light curves based on simulation software

    Mr. Daniel Burandt

    German Aerospace Center (DLR)

    Germany

    8

    confirmed

    changes in an orbital motion for small space debris due to electromagnetic perturbations

    Mr. Keisuke Akari

    Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere, Kyoto University

    Japan

    9

    confirmed

    Automatic analysis of light-curves variability of orbital objects

    Dr. Tommaso Cardona

    University of Rome "La Sapienza"

    Italy

    10

    confirmed

    EQUO - Equatorial Italian Observatory At The Broglio Space Center For Space Debris Monitoring

    Prof. Fabio Santoni

    University of Rome “La Sapienza”

    Italy

    11

    confirmed

    Space debris cloud evolution modeling with respect to mutual collisions

    Mr. Chingiz Akniyazov

    Fesenkov Astrophysical Institute

    Kazakhstan

    12

    confirmed

    On the space debris optical archive at the Italian Space Agency

    Dr. Alessandra Di Cecco

    National Institute for Astrophysics (INAF)

    Italy

    13

    confirmed

    transition in orbital resonance in inclined geosynchronous orbit and the implication on its long-term evolution

    Dr. Jingshi Tang

    Nanjing University

    China

    14

    confirmed

    ADEO Passive De-Orbit Subsystem Activity leading to a Dragsail Demonstrator: Conclusion and Next Steps

    Dr. Thomas Sinn

    HPS GmbH

    Germany

    15

    confirmed

    Optimal Planning of Space Surveillance Network For Orbital Debris

    Dr. Tommaso Cardona

    University of Rome "La Sapienza"

    Italy

    16

    confirmed

    Orbit determination results and space debris test observation of the OWL-Net

    Mr. Jin Choi

    University of Science & Technology

    Korea, Republic of

    17

    confirmed

    deep neural network for vision based active debris removal tracking system

    Mr. Seongmin Lim

    Korea University of Science & Technology (UST)

    Korea, Republic of

    18

    Spin axis orientation and rotation period determination of debris in sun-synchronous orbit using light curve

    Mr. Fei Han

    Harbin Institute of Technology

    China

    19

    withdrawn

    research on the robot end-capturing mechanism for the space debris removal

    Ms. ZHAO Ying

    Shanghai Key Laboratory of Spacecraft Mechanism

    China

    20

    withdrawn

    Statistical approach for the re-entry prediction estimation using Earth geopotential correction

    Dr. Elena Vellutini

    Italian Space Agency (ASI)

    Italy

    21

    confirmed

    Experimental estimation of the kinematics of a space debris mock-up via fault-tolerant methods

    Mr. Gabriele Biondi

    Politecnico di Torino

    Italy

    22

    confirmed

    in-plane collision avoidance maneuver strategies based on orbit maintenance

    Mr. Fei Su

    National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences

    China

    23

    withdrawn

    Approaches to Making Best Use of Two Line Elements Sets for Satellite Navigation and Collision Avoidance

    Dr. David Finkleman

    International Academy of Astronautics

    United States

    24

    withdrawn

    Big Data Predictive Analytics and Self-Learning based Situational Awareness for Effective Detection and Classification of Space Debris

    Mr. Jeremy Chan-Hao Wang

    Defiant Labs

    Canada

    25

    confirmed

    experimental study on lodging an anchor to free-falling target for space debris mitigation

    Mr. NGUYEN BA THANH LONG

    National Defense Academy

    Japan

    26

    confirmed

    Effective Drag Area Computation for Active Debris Removal using De-Orbit Sail

    Dr. Anilkumar A K

    Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre (VSSC)

    India

    27

    withdrawn

    Joint Detection and Tracking for Weak Space Debris

    Mr. Lefeng Zhang

    National University of Defense Technology

    China

    28

    confirmed

    A Search Strategy Applicable for Breakup Fragments in Highly Elliptical Orbit

    Mr. Yuki Itaya

    Kyushu University

    Japan

    29

    withdrawn

    ACTUAL SPACE DEBRIS MODELING RESULTS ON SDPA MODEL

    Dr. Igor Usovik

    Central Research Institute of Machine Building (TSNIIMASH)

    Russian Federation

    30

    confirmed

    Attitude dependent perturbations of space debris orbital dynamics during solar activity extremes

    Dr. Daniel Kucharski

    Australia

    31

    confirmed

    space object detection and characterisation with a passive space-borne bistatic radar

    Mr. Ilias Theodorou

    University of Strathclyde

    United Kingdom

    32

    confirmed

    Initial Study on Non-Catastrophic Damage Risk for All-Electric Satellite Transferring to GEO

    Dr. Masumi Higashide

    Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)

    Japan

    33

    confirmed

    Improving the Calculation of Average Cross-sectinoal Area for DebriSat Fragments Using Discrete Projected Areas

    Mr. Thomas Scruggs

    University of Florida

    United States

    34

    confirmed

    Performance Analysis of the DebriSat Debris Categorization System Database Engine

    Mr. Joe Kleespies

    University of Florida

    United States

    35

    confirmed

    Demisability and survivability multi-objective optimisation for preliminary spacecraft design

    Mr. Mirko Trisolini

    University of Southampton

    United Kingdom

    36

    confirmed

    Increasing ADR effectiveness via an altitude-shell-dependant removal approach

    Mr. Gian Luigi Somma

    University of Southampton

    United Kingdom

    37

    confirmed

    Dynamical evolution of space debris on super-geostationary orbits

    Prof. Eduard Kuznetsov

    Ural Federal University

    Russian Federation

    38

    confirmed

    SDM measures and development for the PRIMA family platforms

    Dr. Massimiliano Marcozzi

    Thales Alenia Space Italia (TAS-I)

    Italy

    39

    A new hybrid dual-stage electromagnetic railgun equipment for hypervelocity impact testing

    Dr. Antonio Vricella

    Sapienza - University of Rome

    Italy

    40

    confirmed

    Shielding performance of polyurethane foam stuffed in shield

    Mr. Fa-wei Ke

    China Aerodynamics Research and Development Center (CARDC) 

    China

    41

    confirmed

    Imaging Systems for Size Measurements of DebriSat Fragments

    Mr. Bungo Shiotani

    University of Florida

    United States

    42

    confirmed

    D-Orbit involvement in the ESA CleanSat Program: An Autonomous Decommissioning System for Satellite Controlled Re-entry

    Mr. Stefano Antonetti

    D-Orbit

    Italy

    43

    confirmed

    braking performance study for eddy brake detumbling space debris objects

    Dr. Yongkang Shi

    National University of Defense Technology

    China

    44

    confirmed

    A Multiobjective Genetic Algorithm for Scheduling Follow-up Observations of Geosynchronous Space Object

    Mr. Andreas Hinze

    DLR (German Aerospace Center)

    Germany

    44

    Laser-based mitigation of the low-Earth orbit debris environment

    45

    confirmed

    Design of a scalable, reliable, cost-efficient, and modular de-orbit kit for spacecraft post-mission disposal

    Mr. Konstantinos Konstantinidis

    Universität der Bundeswehr München

    Germany