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Please submit your abstract as soon as possible, not later that 5th October 2015.
(abstract submission independent from the registration fees payment).
Please contact the LOC/SOC in case something is still unclear or missing on the website. The SOC/LOC is looking forward to welcoming each participant in Toulouse by the end of October in the best possible way, and the contribution of each participation is expected to organize a new successful conference in the KePASSA conference series.
FD on behalf of the SOC/LOC, 10th of September 2015
Following the continued interest of Space Agencies in providing forums for discussing the advances on orbit propagation and determination for NEO and space debris, and as a natural continuation of the analogous meeting organized by IMCCE at Lille in 2011, by University of la Rioja at Logrono in 2014, Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES), IMCCE, INP-ENSEEIHT and University of la Rioja co-organize in 2015 a new KePASSA workshop in Toulouse, hosted by INP-ENSEEIHT in Toulouse downtown.
AIM AND SCOPE
As in 2014 in Logrono, the workshop is concerned with the following TOPICS AND METHODS: - Analytical and semi-analytical methods for long- and short-term propagation. - High Earth Orbit and High Elliptical Orbit. - Third body and time dependence in the analytical method. - Resonances and chaos. - Propagation of orbit uncertainties - Regularized numerical integration. - Lagrange planetary equations. - Hamilton canonical equations. - Special functions. - Series expansions. - Symbolic integration with software tools. - Time series. - Hybrid and statistical methods. - Software packages for orbit propagation
Dedicated sessions will be devoted to specific topics that were identified last year in Logrono as very interesting ones to be talked about: - Analytical and semi-analytical propagation methods - Earth's space environments - New generation of propagation methods (Taylor algebra) - Propagation of uncertainties - High precision propagation - A working group meeting in "orbit propagation comparisons" could be jointly organized, and a "reference orbit database" set-up.
Scientific Organization Committee
1.- Roberto Armellin, University of Southampton, UK
2.- Paul Cefola, Buffalo University, USA
3.- Alexandre Couhert, CNES, France
4.- Florent Deleflie, IMCCE/GRGS, Observatoire de Paris, France
5.- Joseph Gergaud, INP-ENSEEIHT, France
6.- Denis Hautesserres, CNES, France
7.- Martin Lara, Spain
8.- Jesús Peláez, SDG-UPM, Spain
9.- Juan F. San-Juan, GRUCACI-UR, Spain
10. - Edwin Wnuk, AMU Observatory, Poland
Local Organization Committee
1.- Denis Hautesserres, CNES, France
2.- Florent Deleflie, IMCCE/GRGS, Observatoire de Paris, France
3.- Joseph Gergaud, INP-ENSEEIHT, France
4.- Olivier Turpin, Université de Lille, France
5.- Erica Helimihaja, IMCCE, Observatoire de Paris, France
6.- Alexandre Couhert, CNES, France
7.- Olivier Cots, INP-ENSEEIHT-IRIT, France
8.- Sophie Hautesserres, CHU de Bordeaux, France
Abstracts are solicited for consideration. Presentations that fit under the workshop subject will be accepted based on the interest and originality of the proposed research.
One-sheet abstracts, including authors name and affiliation, and a summary of the proposed work, should be submitted on-line before Oct. 5, 2015.