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Preliminary program is now available (pdf print version).


Preliminary Program
 

Monday June 3, 2019

 

 

08:30 to 09:15 - Coffee and welcome

 

09:15 to 09:30 -  Conference opening

 

09:30 to 10:50 -  Session 1 - Agency Programs and Plans for Future Low-Cost Planetary Missions

Chair-persons: Michel Blanc & Stephan Ulamec

 

  • 09:30 IAA-LCPM13-01-01 Carolyn Mercer - NASA Glenn Research Center – Planning for Future Planetary Science Missions Using Small Spacecraft
  • 09:50 IAA-LCPM13-01-02 Silvia Bayón - ESA - Introduction of the F-Mission In The ESA Science Programme
  • 10:10 IAA-LCPM13-01-03 Jocteur-Monrozier - CNES – Overview of the CNES strategy on Solar System exploration and associated operations
  • 10:30 IAA-LCPM13-01-04 Gregory Pradels – Aerospace Valley - Newspace Factory, an experienced network for low-cost space missions

 

10:50 to 11:10 – Coffee break

 

11:10 to 12:10 -  Session 1 follow-on - Agency Programs and Plans for Future Low-Cost Planetary Missions

Chair-persons: Michel Blanc & Stephan Ulamec

 

  • 11:10 IAA-LCPM13-01-05 Ryu Funase – JAXA/ISAS – Overview of JAXA’s achievements and future plan of CubeSats and Micro-sats for deep space exploration
  • 11:30 IAA-LCPM13-01-06 Igor Barmin - Tsiolkovsky Russian Academy of Cosmonautics - Cooperation of the Space Agencies as Basis to Find Ways to Reduce Cost of Planetary Missions
  • 11:50 IAA-LCPM13-01-07 Jie Dong (presented by Zhang Xiaomin) - Beijing Institute of Spacecraft System Engineering - Resarch on New Concept Architectures of Mars Exploration

 

12:10 – 13:50 - lunch

 

13:50 – 15:50 – Session 2 - Latest Results from Ongoing Missions

Chair-persons: Ian Carnelli & Keyur Patel

 

  • 13:50 IAA-LCPM13-02-01 Tom Hoffman – JPL – InSight Mission to Mars: Early Operational Results
  • 14:10 IAA-LCPM13-02-02 David Sternberg– JPL - MarCO: The First Interplanetary CubeSats
  • 14:30 IAA-LCPM13-02-03 Sarah Holmes – JPL - IRIS Deep Space Transponder: MARCO’S Telecom System
  • 14:50 IAA-LCPM13-02-04 Laurence Lorda – CNES – An Overview of the CNES Expertise In Flight Dynamics Analyses For Landing On Small Bodies
  • 15:10 IAA-LCPM13-02-05 Wei Mingchuan - Harbin Institute of Technology – VHF/UHF Radio for Longjiang-2 Lunar Microsatellite
  • 15:30 IAA-LCPM13-02-06 Hu Chaoroan - Harbin Institute of Technology –  Lessons Learnt from the VHF/UHF Ground System of Longjiang-2 Lunar Microsatellite

 

15:50 – 16:10 – coffee break

 

 

 

16:10 – 17:30 – Session 3 - Missions Currently Under Development for Launch in the Near Future

Chair-persons: Cheryl Reed & David Mimoun

 

  • 16:10 IAA-LCPM13-03-01 Calina Seybold - JPL – Lunar Flashlight Cubesat Mission Overview
  • 16:30 IAA-LCPM13-03-02 Cheryl Reed - APL - DART: Double Asteroid Redirection Test
  • 16:50 IAA-LCPM13-03-03 Ian Carnelli - ESA – HERA: European Component of The Asteroid Impact & Deflection Assessment (AIDA) Mission to the Binary Asteroid Didymos
  • 17:10 IAA-LCPM13-03-04 Hannah Goldberg – GomSpace - Low-cost asteroid science with a CubeSat – an overview of the Juventas CubeSat for the HERA mission

 

17:30 – 19:30 – Poster Session & Icebreaker cocktail. Courtesy of Airbus Space & Defense.

 

  • Bucciantini - COMIX – Cubesat Oriented Mutual Impedance Experiment
  • All oral presenters are requested to exhibit a poster.

 

 

19:30 – 21:00 – Concert by the “Orchestre du Lycée Pierre de Fermat”, tribute to Apollo.

 Courtesy of Mecano ID and EREMS.

 

 

 

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Tuesday June 4, 2019

 

 

09:00 – 9:30 - Invited remote presentation by Hajime Yano – JAXA/ISAS – “Hayabusa2 as a low cost planetary mission enhanced by micro-sat/rover contributions

 

09:30 – 10:30 – Session 3 follow on - Missions Currently Under Development for Launch in the Near Future

Chair-persons: Cheryl Reed & David Mimoun

 

  • 09:30 IAA-LCPM13-03-05 Simon Tardivel - CNES – The MMX rover: an innovative design enabling Phobos in-situ exploration
  • 09:50 IAA-LCPM13-03-06 Cédric Virmontois – CNES – A Micro-Class Lunar Rover Mission to Image Imbrium Lava Flows
  • 10:10 IAA-LCPM13-03-07 Calzada Diaz (presented by Antoine Bocquier) - ispace Europe - ispace’ s Polar Ice Explorer: a commercial SRU exploration mission to the South Pole of the Moon

 

10:30 – 10:50 - Coffee break

 

10:50– 12:30 – Session 4- Science Instruments Enabling the Next Generation of Low-Cost Planetary Exploration

Chair-persons: François Leblanc & Jérémie Lasue

 

  • 10:50 IAA-LCPM13-04-01 Macey Sandford - Hawai'i Institute of Geophysics & Planetology – Raman long range laser Spectrometer
  • 11:10 IAA-LCPM13-04-02 Till Hagelschuer - DLR – RAX, a Raman Spectrometer for MMX onboard the rover for Phobos
  • 11:30 IAA-LCPM13-04-03 Raphaël Garcia – ISAE Supaéro – Innovative ground motion sensors for planets and asteroids: PIONEERS H2020-SPACE european project
  • 11:50 IAA-LCPM13-04-04 Naomi Murdoch – ISAE Supaéro - SEISCUBE: A Geophysical Cubesat for Small Body Exploration
  • 12:10 IAA-LCPM13-04-05 Alain Herique - IPAG - A Low Frequency Radar to Fathom Asteroids from Cubesat

 

12:30 – 14:00 - Lunch break

 

14:00 – 15:20 – Session 4 follow on - Science Instruments Enabling the Next Generation of Low-Cost Planetary Exploration

Chair-persons: François Leblanc & Jérémie Lasue

 

  • 14:00 IAA-LCPM13-04-06 Chiara Ferrari-Wong - Hawai’i Institute of Geophysics and Planetology - A Thermal Hyperspectral Cubesat Concept for Lunar Exploration
  • 14:20 IAA-LCPM13-04-07 Nicolas Andre - IRAP – Miniaturized Charged Particle Detectors for Low-Cost Planetary Exploration
  • 14:40 IAA-LCPM13-04-08 Pierre Devoto - IRAP - A Reconfigurable Energetic Particle Detector For Planetary Exploration
  • 15:00 IAA-LCPM13-04-09 Pierre Henri – LPC2E - Mutual Impedance Experiments for Low-Cost Exploration of Planetary Ionospheres and Induced Magnetospheres

 

15:20 – 15:50 – Invited paper – Christophe Pagès - Airbus Space & Defense - Oneweb spacecraft design & production approach, and potential re-use

 

15:50 – 16:05- Coffee break

 

 

16:05 -  18:05- Session 5A - Advanced Concepts for the Next Generation of Low-Cost Missions, Including CubeSats, NanoSats and others, technologies (all presentations 15 mn)

Chair-persons: John Baker & Craig Underwood

 

  • 16:05 IAA-LCPM13-05A-01 Samuel Frampton - University of Leicester - Adapting Small Earth-Orbiting Spacecraft for Interplanetary Missions
  • 16:20 IAA-LCPM13-05A-02 Philippe Adell - JPL - Emerging System Reliability Method for Systems Built with Advanced Commercial Electronics
  • 16:35 IAA-LCPM13-05A-03 Hannah Goldberg - GomSpace - Utilization of CubeSat technologies to enable future ESA deep-space science missions
  • 16:50 IAA-LCPM13-05A-04 Stefan Hallgrimson - Ryerson University - A Comparative Study on Filtering for Autonomous Optical Navigation using Nanosatellite-Class Instruments
  • 17:05 IAA-LCPM13-05A-05 Boris Segret – LESIA/Paris Observatory - In-Flight Orbit Determination for a Deep Space CubeSat
  • 17:20 IAA-LCPM13-05A-06 Lorraine Fesq – JPL - A New Paradigm for Autonomous Spacecraft:  From Research to Deployment
  • 17:35 IAA-LCPM13-05A-07 Luc Herrero – Comat - Plasma Jet Pack technology propulsion module for small satellites
  • 17:50 IAA-LCPM13-05A-08 Yuki Kubo – University of Tokyo - Transformable Spacecraft: Advanced Mission Concepts and a Fundamental Feasibility Study

 

 

18:10 - Departure to Toulouse Natural Science Museum, Museum visit & Gala Dinner

 

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Wednesday June 5, 2019

 

 

09:00 – 10:45 - Session 5B - Advanced Concepts for the Next Generation of Low-Cost Missions, Including CubeSats, NanoSats and others, Mission concepts (all presentations 15 mn)

Chair-persons: Michèle Lavagna & Daniel Hestroffer

 

  • 09:00 IAA-LCPM13-05B-01 John Baker – JPL – Cupid’s Arrow Mission Concept Overview
  • 09:15 IAA-LCPM13-05B-02 Craig Underwood – University of Surrey– VMMO Lunar Volatile and Mineralogy Mapping Orbiter, A CubeSat Mission to Investigate the Lunar Surface and Radiation Environment
  • 09:30 IAA-LCPM13-05B-03 Dhack Muthulingam – JPL - A Low-cost Interplanetary Explorer for Solar System Scale Science
  • 09:45 IAA-LCPM13-05B-04 Geraint Jones - UCL Mullard Space Science Laboratory - Comet Interceptor: A proposed ESA Mission to a Dynamically New Comet
  • 10:00 IAA-LCPM13-05B-05 Davide Perna – INAF - NEST: The “Near-Earth Space Trekker” Multi-Asteroid Mission Concept
  • 10:15 IAA-LCPM13-05B-06 Jacopo Prinetto - Politecnico di Milano - Near Earth Space Trekker: the Fast‐class science mission to characterize multiple size asteroids
  • 10:30 IAA-LCPM13-05B-07 Cristian Greco (presented by Lewis Walker) - University of Strathclyde - Mission Analysis and System Study for a Multi-Flyby Low-Cost Exploration Mission of Neas with Nano-Spacecraft

 

10:45 – 11:00 - Coffee break

 

11:00 – 12:30 - Session 5B follow on - Advanced Concepts for the Next Generation of Low-Cost Missions, Including CubeSats, NanoSats and others, mission concepts (all presentations 15 mn)

Chair-persons: Michèle Lavagna & Daniel Hestroffer

 

  • 11:00 IAA-LCPM13-05B-08 Daniel Hestroffer - IMCCE/ Paris Observatory - BIRDY an interplanetary CubeSat to visit Small Bodies,
  • 11:15 IAA-LCPM13-05B-09 Sami Asmar – JPL - Low Cost Ride-Along Small Spacecraft for Enhanced Science with Radio Links
  • 11:30 IAA-LCPM13-05B-10 Hongru Chen – IMCCE/ Paris Observatory - Mothercraft-CubeSat Radio Science for Surveying Phobos
  • 11:45 IAA-LCPM13-05B-11 François Leblanc – LATMOS - Network of small satellites for the exploration of planetary Magnetosphere (NETSSEM)
  • 12:00 IAA-LCPM13-05B-12 Yulia Akisheva - ISAE Supaéro - A Cubesat Constellation Mission For Multipoint Measurements on Mars
  • 12:15 IAA-LCPM13-05B-13 Allessandro Retino - LPP - PROSPERO (PRObing the Structure of Plasma Energisation Regions): a Smallsat Concept to Study Plasma Energy Conversion and Particle Acceleration in Near-Earth Space

 

12:30 – 14:00 - Lunch break

 

 

14:00 – 16:20 – Session 6- Access to deep space, launch solutions, use of commercial services in support to planetary exploration such as transportation, navigation and communication

Chair-persons: Silvia Bayón & Pierre Bousquet

 

  • 14:00 IAA-LCPM13-06-01 LI Yi-de (presented by Zhang Xiaomin) - Aerospace System Engineering Shanghai - Long March-4B/4C: A Low-Cost Multi-Launch Solution for Micro Lunar Probe
  • 14:20 IAA-LCPM13-06-02 Richard Morisset - Arianespace – Low-Cost Launch Opportunities for Light Satellites: ESA Initiative Status and Ariane 6 Multi-Launch Service
  • 14:40 IAA-LCPM13-06-03 Antoine Bocquier – ispace Europe - Commercial Services for Planetary Exploration: enabling a new generation of low-cost missions
  • 15:000 IAA-LCPM13-06-08 Charles Cranstoun – Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd - COMMERCIAL LUNAR MISSIONS SUPPORT SERVICES PARTNERSHIP
  • 15:20 IAA-LCPM13-06-04 Joost Van-Tooren – ArianeGroup - Space Logistics and Lunar Missions
  • 15:40 IAA-LCPM13-06-05 Yonghe Zhang - Key Lab of Microsatellite, CAS - Asteroid flyby and Orbiting Exploration with Low-cost Micro-spacecraft
  • 16:00 IAA-LCPM13-06-06 Theodore Sweetser – JPL -Trajectory Design For Small-Satellite Missions To Near-Earth Objects
  • 16:20 IAA-LCPM13-06-07 Yirui Wang - Single Lunar Flyby for Reducing Reentry Speed/Reducing Capture Energy

 

 

16-40 - 17:00 - Concluding remarks & Conference close-up

 

All presentation will last 20 minutes (including questions) except specified otherwise

 

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