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3d IAA Conference on Dynamics and Control of Space Systems, DyCoSS ’2017

3d IAA Conference on Dynamics and Control of Space Systems, DyCoSS’2017 which took place in RUDN University 30/05-01/06 joined scientists from the USA, Italy, Brazil, Malaysia and other countries.

The leading world experts on mechanics of space flight met in Moscow at the 3d IAA Conference on Dynamics and Control of Space Systems, DyCoSS ’2017 which was also supported by the International academy of astronautics (IAA). Within the conference were organized technical sessions:

- Attitude Dynamics and Control

- Orbital Dynamics and Determination

- Spacecraft Guidance, Navigation and Control

- Mission Design and Optimization

- Satellite Constellations and Formation Flying

- Optimal Control in Space Flight Dynamics

- Attitude Sensors and Actuators

- Space Structures and Tethers

Besides section reports, researchers USA (David Spencer, Kathleen Howell, Roberto Furfaro, Brij Agrawal), Japan (Tetsuo Yasaka), Canada (Arun Misra), Brazil (Antonio Prado) and Russia (Alexander Yefremov)

 Highlight Lecture 1 – Tetsuo Yasaka, Japan – "Space Debris Update"

Highlight Lecture 2 – David Spencer, USA – "Optimal Trajectories To and From Libration Point Orbits Using Heuristic Optimization"

Highlight Lecture 3 – Arun Misra, Canada – "Active Space Debris Removal"

Highlight Lecture 4 – Kathleen Howell, USA – "Developing a Transport Network in CisLunar Space"

Highlight Lecture 5 – Roberto Furfaro, USA – "Machine Learning Applications to Space Guidance"

Highlight Lecture 6 – Alexander Yefremov, Russia – “Relativistic Impact on Spacecraft Trajectories”

Highlight Lecture 7 – Antonio Prado, Brazil -– "Studying the Motion of a Spacecraft Around Asteroids"

Highlight Lecture 8 – Brij Agrawal, USA – "Dynamics and Control Challenges in imaging Satellites"

The geography of participants impresses: Brazil, Great Britain, Vietnam Egypt, Israel, Iran, Italy, Kazakhstan, Canada, China, Malaysia, Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, USA, Turkey, France, Japan, etc. At a conference were declared reports of the leading scientists from the TOP 400 QS World University Rankings among which Penn State University (USA), Purdue University (USA), University of Arizona (USA), Kyushu University (Japan), University Putra (Malaysia), Tsinghua University (China), Technion University (Israel), McGill University(Canada), Milan polytechnical university (Italy), University of Rome" La Sapienze" (Italy), São Paulo University (Brazil) etc.

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