17/04/2017

Deimos Space, one of the main participants in the 7th European Conference on Space Debris

Deimos Space will participate in the 7th European Conference on Space Debris, taking place at the European Space Operations Centre (ESA/ESOC) located in Darmstadt, Germany, 18-21 April 2017. The company will present 12 different papers, divided in 4 oral presentations and 8 poster sessions, participating as co-author in 6 more papers. In addition, the director of Space Situational Awareness at Deimos Space, Noelia Sánchez-Ortiz, will be one of the chairs of the Operational Collision Avoidance session taking place on Thursday 20, 14:00-16:00.

The papers to be presented by Deimos Space during the conference cover the fields of Active Removal and Remediation; Re-entry Risk Analysis; Space Surveillance; Radar, Optical, and in-situ Measurements; Operational Collision Avoidance; Mitigation, Standardization, Policies, Legal Aspects; and Debris & Meteoroid Environment Modelling and Prediction.

Deimos Space is presenting 12 different papers, participating as co-author in 6 more and co-chairing the Operational Collision Avoidance Session

Following is the complete list of papers:

  • Stefania Tonetti et al. “Active Debris Removal and Space Debris Mitigation using Hybrid Propulsion Solutions”. Active Removal and Remediation: Concepts and Technologies. Presented by Cristina Parigini (oral session) on Wednesday 19, 12:00 – 12:20.
  • Cristina Parigini et al. “DEBRIS: An Object-Oriented Code for Footprint, Survivability and Risk Assessment”. Re-entry Risk Analysis – Tools and Techniques. Presented by Cristina Parigini (oral session) on Thursday 20, 9:50 – 10:10.
  • Raúl Domínguez-González et al. “Cataloguing Space objects from observations: CORTO cataloguing system”. Space Surveillance – Processing and Applications. Presented by Raúl Domínguez-González (oral session) on Thursday 20, 11:00 – 11:20.
  • Noelia Sánchez-Ortiz. “Re-entry Prediction Uncertainties derived from Environmental and Observation considerations”. Re-entry Risk Analyses – Predictions. Presented by Noelia Sánchez-Ortiz (oral session) on Thursday 20, 12:00 – 12:20.
  • Noelia Sánchez-Ortiz et al. “The ESA Space Collaborative Observation Platform (SCOOP), objectives and functionalities”. Radar, Optical, and in-situ Measurements. Presented by Noelia Sánchez-Ortiz (poster session) on Wednesday 19, 18:30 – 19:16.
  • Cristina Parigini et al. “Attitude Characterization of Aerodynamic Stable Objects Based on TLE”. Space Surveillance. Presented by Cristina Parigini (poster session) on Wednesday 19, 18:30 – 19:12.
  • Jaime Nomen Torres et al. “Accurate Optical Observations of Space Objects in GEO, and applicability to closer LEO regimes”. Space Surveillance. Presented by Noelia Sánchez-Ortiz (poster session) on Wednesday 19, 18:30 – 19:12.
  • Roxana L. Andrisan et al. “SST Analysis tool (SSTAN) supporting Space Surveillance and Tracking (SST) services assessment”. Space Surveillance. Presented by Roxana L. Andrisan (poster session) on Wednesday 19, 18:30 – 19:12.
  • Noelia Sánchez-Ortiz. “Collision Risk Computation accounting for Complex geometries of involved objects”. Operational Collision Avoidance. Presented by Noelia Sánchez-Ortiz (poster session) on Wednesday 19, 18:30 – 18:46.
  • Raúl Domínguez-González et al. “Long-term implications of GNSS disposal strategies for the space debris environment”. Mitigation, Standardization, Policies, Legal Aspects. Presented by Raúl Domínguez-González (poster session) on Wednesday 19, 18:30 – 18:42.
  • David Riley et al. “Design for Demise: Systems-level techniques to reduce re-entry casualty risk”. Mitigation, Standardization, Policies, Legal Aspects. Presented by Cristina Parigini (poster session) on Wednesday 19, 18:30 – 18:42.
  • Roxana L. Andrisan et al. “Fragmentation Events Analysis Making use of Fragmentation Event Model and Assessment Tool (FREMAT)”. Debris & Meteoroid Environment Modelling and Prediction. Presented by Roxana L. Andrisan (poster session) on Wednesday 19, 18:30 – 19:10.

Besides, Deimos Space is involved as co-author in the following papers:

  • Ronny Kanzler et al. “Upgrade of DRAMA’s Spacecraft Entry Survival Analysis Codes”. Re-entry Risk Analysis – Tools and Techniques.
  • Volker Schaus et al. “Results of Reference Long-term Simulations Focussing on Passive Means to Reduce the Impact of Space Debris”. Poster – Debris & Meteoroid Environment Modelling and Prediction.
  • Alessandro Rossi et al. “The H2020 project ReDSHIFT: overview, first results and perspectives”. Poster – Debris Mitigation Techniques and Processes.
  • Jan-christian Meyer et al. “Containment tether – concept study of an efficient solution to reduce the casualty area of spacecraft components”. Poster – Re-entry Risk Analyses.
  • Natalia Ortiz Gómez et al. “Architectural description of the Spanish Space Surveillance and Tracking System”. Space Surveillance – Systems.
  • Juan Pablo Arregui et al. “ESA’s SST Data Centre Integration”. Space Surveillance – Processing and Applications.

For more information about the programme and access to the abstracts, please visit the event’s website: https://conference.sdo.esoc.esa.int/page/programme

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