Pranešimai, 2011

November 16, 2011

Seminars and Workshops on Small Satellites

An Approach to Capacity Building Using Nano-satellites – Nano-satellite Mission Idea Contest+
– Rei Kawashima, University Space Engineering Consortium, Japan
– Shinichi Nakasuka, Tokyo University, Japan

CanSat Competition of South America
– Fredy Arturo Calle Bustinza, National University of Engineering, Peru

Space-related Education in Norway. CanSat Competitions
– Thomas Gansmoe, Norwegian Centre for Space-related Education, Andoya Rocket Range, Norway

Workshop on Satellite’s Components
– Elisa Ferrari, University of Bologna, Italy
– Jens Frederik Dalsgaard Nielsen, Aalborg University, Denmark
– Jan Schulte, ÅAC Microtec, Sweden
– Abe Bonnema, ISIS, the Netherlands

Problem-oriented Processing and Database Creation for Ionosphere Exploration.
UHF-Communication System for Small Satellite with D-Star Support.
MicroSAT Universal Platform for Earth Observation “LEOS-50″

– Dmitri Bogdanov, Berlin Institute of Technology, Germany

November 17, 2011

Joint Session J2.1.
Space Economy in the Multipolar World. Keynote Speakers

Lithuania enters Space industry
– Eligijus Masiulis, Minister of Transport and Communications of the Republic of Lithuania

The Large Capability of Small Satellites
– Simon P. Worden, Director of NASA Ames Research Centre, USA

European Space Research and Development: The Case of ESA’s General Support Technology Programme (GSTP)
– Udo Becker, Head of the Product Development and GSTP Division, European Space Agency, The Netherlands

Lithuania Towards Space Technologies.Challenges and Benefits
– Rimvydas Vaštakas, Vice-minister of Transport and Communications of the Republic of Lithuania

Opportunities of Samara Space Centre for Piggyback Launching of Micro/nano Satellites: Present and Future
– Andrey Sidorenko, Samara Space Center, Russia; Igor Belokonov, Samara State Aerospace University, Russia

China’s Space Research and Industry: Organization, National Programs and Commercial Activities
– Zhiheng Fu, Vice President of China Great Wall Industry Corporation, China

Micro/Nano-satellite Research, Technologies and Applications: Japanese Development History and Future Vision
– Shinichi Nakasuka, Professor of Tokyo University, Japan

Joint Session J2.2.
Space History: from Shuttle Programs to Robotic Missions

Space Shuttle Program from Early Development to Operational Missions
– Karol J. Bobko, Astronaut, Commander of Space Shuttle Discovery and Atlantis, USA

“Buran” Program and Lithuanian Factor in it (in Russian)
– Igor Volk, Cosmonaut, Commander of reusable spacecraft Buran, Russia

Lithuanian Space: from K. Simonavicius to LitSat. Lithuanians’ Contribution to Space Programs
– Saulius Lapienis, Lithuanian Innovation Centre, Space Science and Technology Institute, Lithuania

Joint Session J2.3.
Development of Small Satellites Networks and Space Clusters


Results of FP7 Space 2010 call “Facilitating Access to Space for Small Scale Missions”. QB50 Consortium

– Cem Ozan Asma, Von Karman Institute, Belgium

Innovation Competitions to Foster Space Applications Development
 Andreas Dippelhofer, Anwendungszentrum GmbH Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany

Polish Space Activities
– Marek Banaszkiewicz, Space Research Centre at the Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Outcomes of FP7 Project NordicBaltSat. Estonian Satellite Project
– Urmas Uska, Enterprise Estonia

Towards Electric Solar Wind Sail Interplanetary Mission
– Urmas Kvell, Tartu Observatory/University of Tartu

Latvian Space Activities. Venta-1 Satellite
– Eva Daigina, Venspils High Technology Park, Latvia

How to Become Part of Space-related Collaborative Networks in Europe. Possible pathways for Lithuania
– Linas Eriksonas, Europarama, Lithuania

Lithuania – to Keep Pace: National Space Programme

– Viktoras Mongirdas, FP7 Space NCP, Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology (MITA), Lithuania

November 18, 2011

Joint Session J3.1.
Satellite Applications

On the Growth of More Application Focussed Nano-satellites
– Abe Bonnema, ISIS, the Netherlands

“Resurs-P” Russian Space System. Conditions, Perspectives and New Opportunities
– Sergei Efimov, Evgenia Tiulevina, – Samara Space Centre, Russia

Satellite Application Development Trends and Business Models
– Stephan Pascall, Europlan UK Ltd., United Kingdom

Joint Session J3.2.
Components of Nano-satellites

CubeSat Activities at Aalborg University Space Centre
– Jens Frederik Dalsgaard Nielsen, Aalborg University, Denmark

University Space Program in Peru. Nano-Satellite Chasqui Project, Russian Project RadioSkaf 3, CanSat of South America
– Glen Darío Rodríguez Rafael, Fredy Arturo Calle Bustinza, National University of Engineering, Peru

Rapid Integration Architecture: A Small Satellite component library for modular spacecraft design

– Jan Schulte, ÅAC Microtec, Sweden

Joint Session J3.3.
Microgravity Experiments and Planetary Probes

Planetary Probes of Venus and Mars Missions
– Viktor Vorontsov, Chief Designer, Lavochkin Association, Russia

Human Brain in Microgravity: How to Monitor Non-invasively Intracranial Pressure, Compliance and Cerebrovascular Autoregulation
– Arminas Ragauskas, Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania

REDEMPTION Experiment of ADR (Active Debrie Removal) at ESA Programme REXUS/BEXUS.
The Robotics Space Laboratory of UNIBO: Almascope, Cubesat for ABS/Rapid, HPH.com and other projects

– Marcello Valdatta, University of Bologna, Italy

Integration of the Belarusian Research and Development into International Micro/Nano-satellite Programmes
– Vladimir Saetchnikov, Belarusian State University

Joint Session J3.4.
Advanced Launcher Systems

Aerospace Transportation and Establishing of Commercial Space Market: Prospects for Central Europe
– Michal Moroz, kosmonauta.net, Poland

Lithuanian LitSat Satellite Including Re-entry Orbital Lab
– Domantas Brucas, Space Science and Technology Institute, Lithuania