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11th IAASS Conference – Agenda – European Chapter SessionsConference Introduction:
Tommaso Sgobba IAASS Executive Director
Keynote Speakers: Simonetta Di Pippo United Nations Office of Outer Space Affairs Director
Carlos Augusto Teixeira De Moura Brazilian Space Agency President
Bernard Chemoul CNES Inspector General
Isabelle Rongier Ariane Group Inspector General
Tim Fuller Seradata Managing Director
11:00am – 11:30am Coffee Break
11:30am – 01:30pm ES-01: Regulations & Standards – I
Human Spaceflight in 2070 Scott Michael Steele The Open University, United Kingdom
Call for an International Civil Outer Space Organization Quentin Gueho University of Paris-Saclay, France
Performance Requirements & Lessons Learned from the B-737 Certification Tommaso Sgobba IAASS, Noordwijk – The Netherlands
Implementing a Safety Case Regulatory Regime for Spaceflight Activities Robert Garner, Rosemary Whitbread Civil Aviation Authority, United Kingdom
The Space Industry Regulations 2020 and the New UK Legal Framework Tom Walker Blake Morgan, United Kingdom
11:30am – 01:30pm ES-02: Launch & Site Safety
Safety on Ground Operations on Ariane 6 Launch System Aline Decadi1, Nathalie Dias2
1European Space Agency, France; 2ArianeGroup, France
11TH IAASS CONFERENCE – MANAGING RISK IN SPACE AGENDA – EUROPEAN CHAPTER SESSIONS
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TRSAT - First Operational Version Ronen Ingbir RAFAEL, Israel
UK Air & Sea Launch – Managing Risk Through Safe Design & Operation Andy Quinn1, Paul Williams2
1Saturn SMS Ltd, United Kingdom; 2Black Arrow Space Technologies, United Kingdom
JAXA and CNES Cooperation Toward Safe Ground-Based Operations Mezard, Pierre1; Saito, Yasuhiro2; Kawatsu, Kaname2; Fukui, Toshio2; Chavagnac, Christophe1; Lienart, Thomas1; Frenoy, Olivier1
1CNES, France; 2JAXA, Japan
11:30am – 01:30pm ES-03: Re-entry Safety – I
Monitoring the Final Orbital Decay and the Re-Entry of Uncontrolled Space Objects - The EUSST Consortium Provision Model and the Re-Entry Service Elena Vellutini1, Luca Salotti1, Germano Bianchi2, Walter Villadei3, Alberto Buzzoni2, Moreno Peroni3, Alessio Di Mare3, Fabio Monaci3, Antonio Vricella1, Alessandra Di Cecco1, Ettore Perozzi1, Marco Castronuovo1
1Agenzia Spaziale Italiana, Italy; 2Istituto Nazionale di Astrofisica, Italy; 3Minister of Defence, Italian Air Force, Italy
Satellite Reentry Uncertainty Quantification and Sensitivity Analysis Using the Object-Oriented Code Debrisk Pierre Van Hauwaert1, Julien Annaloro2, Jean-Michel Papy1, Thomas Martinez1, Stéphane Galera3, Martin Spel1, Pierre Omaly2
1RTECH, 2CNES, 3ALTRAN SO, France
Magnetohydrodynamic Enhanced Entry System for Space Transportation (MEESST) as a Key Technology for Enhancing Spacecraft Re-Entry Safety Marcus Collier-Wright, Manuel La Rosa Betancourt NeutronStar Systems UG, Germany
Long March-5 Re-Entry: A Reentry Analysis by E.NOVA Aerospace Heinrich Stephane e.NOVA Aerospace, France
11:30am – 01:30pm ES-04: Designing Safety I
Loose Coupling in Future Distributed Space Safety Simulations Frank Morlang DLR German Aerospace Center, Germany
Flammability Behaviour of Polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) Membranes Under Normoxic Conditions for Spacecraft Applications Ulises Rojas-Alva1, Frederik Møller-Poulsen2, Grunde Jomaas1
1University of Edinburgh; 2Arup, UK
Lessons Learned from On-Board Critical Software Design for Satellite Failure Tolerance W. J. CAST, People's Republic of China
SPHERES - Systems Prediction of Human Error in Risk Evaluation for Space Melinda Nanette Lyons University of Derby, United Kingdom
Risks of Docking and Nulling of the Kinetic Moment of an Uncooperative Large-Sized Space Debris Valeriy I. Trushlyakov, Vadim V. Yudintsev, Sergey Yu Onishchuk Omsk State Technical University, Russian Federation
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Wednesday, 20 October 2021
Just-in-time Collision Avoidance JCA – An overview Christophe Bonnal1, Laurent Lequette2, Darren McKnight3, Lorenzo Marchionne4, Sophie Missonnier2, Claude R. Phipps5, Fabrizio Piergentili4, Simon Rommelaere2, Fabio Santoni4 1CNES, France; 2CT Ingénierie, France; 3LeoLabs, USA; 4Sapienza University of Rome, Italy; 5Photonic Associates LLC, USA
The Positive Impact of Enhanced Safety of Operations on Space Debris Mitigation Stijn Jan Jo Lemmens, Francesca Letizia European Space Agency, Germany
Effects on Human Spaceflight Operations in Low Leo of the Deployment and Disposal of Mega-Constellations Carmen Pardini, Luciano Anselmo ISTI-CNR, Italy
Governing Collision Risk from Space Debris in Low Earth Orbit Romain Buchs, Marie-Valentine Florin, Emmanuelle David, Jean-Paul Kneib École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
09:00am – 11:00am ES-06: Re-entry Safety – II
Key Parameters Governing the Ground Risk from Re-Entering Pressure Vessel Debris Adam S. Pagan, Georg H. Herdrich University of Stuttgart, Germany
Interface Between the Long-Term Propagation and the Destructive Re-Entry Phases Exploiting the Overshoot Boundary Christian Fusaro, Mirko Trisolini, Camilla Colombo Department of Aerospace Science and Technology, Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy.
The Kinetic Casualty Risk of Uncontrolled Re-Entries Before and After the Transition to Small Satellites and Mega-Constellations Carmen Pardini1, Luciano Anselmo2
1ISTI-CNR, Italy; 2ISTI-CNR, Italy
09:00am – 11:00am ES-07: Regulations & Standards – II
Can International Law Provide a Basis for Actively Removing Space Debris? Scott Michael Steele The Open University, United Kingdom
Safeguarding the Final Frontier: Analyzing the Legal and Technical Challenges to Mega-Constellations Devanshu Jha1,2, Paola Breda1,3, Antonio Carlo1,4, Laetitia Cesari Zarkan1,5, Dimitra Stefoudi1,6, Nebile Pelin Mant1,7
1Space Generation Advisory Council, Vienna, Austria; 2MVJ College of Engineering, India; 3Bundeswehr University of Munich, Germany; 4Tallinn University of Technology, Italy; 5University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg; 6Leiden University, Netherlands; 7Istanbul University Faculty of Law PIL Dept., Turkish Republic
Policy Consensus Standards vs Technical Consensus Standards Tommaso Sgobba IAASS, Noordwijk – The Netherlands
Managing Risk Through Competitive Intelligence, Competition Law and Finance Maria Rhimbassen1, Laetitia Cesari Zarkan2, 1University of Toulouse I Capitole (France); 2University of Luxembourg (Luxembourg)
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09:00am – 11:00am ES-08: Space Debris – I
An Actionable and Reasonable View on the Removal of Space Debris in a Building Block Exercise for the Future of Space Governance and Sustainability Scott Michael Steele The Open University, United Kingdom
Space Sustainability in NEWSPACE Era: NO NEWSPACE without GREENSPACE Heinrich Stephane e.NOVA Aerospace, France
Space Debris Removal and Remediation Kaul Sanat IFFAAD, India
Use of the Sendai Framework in Future Space Debris Disasters: Learning Lessons from Long-Term Data Analysis of Orbital Assets Christian Unfried, Valentin Eder Space Analyses GmbH, Austria
How Space Debris Mitigation Standards and Regulations Respond to the Changes Brought by All-Electric Propulsion Satellites Huxiao Yang Innovation Academy for Microsatellites of CAS, People's Republic of China
Towards Demisable Fibre Reinforced Plastics Thorn Schleutker, Ali Gülhan German Aerospace Center DLR, Germany
11:00am – 11:30am Coffee Break
11:30am – 01:30pm E-09: Lecture – Live Stream
Historical Evolution of Space Safety at NASA and Impact on International Programs Tommaso Sgobba International Association for the Advancement of Space Safety (IAASS), The Netherlands
11:30am – 01:30pm ES-10: Space Traffic Control – II
Self-Supervised Machine Learning Based Approach to Orbit Modelling Applied to Space Traffic Management Emma Stevenson1, Victor Rodriguez-Fernandez1, Hodei Urrutxua2, Vincent Morand3, David Camacho1
1Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain; 2Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain; 3CNES, France
ELSA-d: A Case Study of ADR Mission Operational Practice Jason Forshaw, Al Colebourn, Chris Walker, Alberto Fernandez, Andy Williams, John Auburn, Seita Iizuka, Mike Lindsay, Chris Blackerby Astroscale
Some High Level Reflections on How to Finance Active Debris Removal Christophe Bonnal CNES, France
Collision Risk Avoidance at Launch - ARCL Operational Feedback After Ten Years Emelyne Renard, Catherine Wang, Sébastien Fourest, Marion Echard, Sophie Laurens, Christophe Taillan CNES, France
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11:30am – 01:30pm ES-11: VACANT
The Bouncing Firebrand Model Nir Levy, Vladislav Komarnitski, Asaf Schuldenfrei Flight Range Safety at IAF, Israel
KASSAV – Safety Kits for launchers Philippe Miramont, Benjamin Carpentier, Vanessa Guenard, Marie-Hélène Arnal, Gerald Martins, Thierry Clauzon, Guillaume Javellaud, Arnaud Biard, Roddy Pollux, David Pascal, Cleberson Miranda CNES, France
IIP Velocity Algorithm Michael Yoshpe, Vladislav Komarnitski, Asaf Schuldenfrei, Evgeny Protopopov, Yakov Abraham Laufer Flight Range Safety at IAF, Israel
Ariane 6 - Safety on Board Algorithms Nathalie Dias ArianeGroup, France
Space Launch Range Safety Officer Practices Evgeny Protopopov, Asaf Schuldenfrei, Yakov Abraham Laufer Flight Range Safety at IAF, Israel
Thursday, 21 October 2021
Safe Spaceflight for Women: Examining the Data Gap and Improving Design Considerations Sharon Jane Dsouza1, Newsha Haghgoo2, Suchetan Mummigatti1, Kiran Mankame3, Abdelmalek Saadi4 1Cranfield University, United Kingdom; 2University of Toronto, Canada; 3Stevens Institute of Technology, United States; 4International University of Rabat, Morocco
Novel Antimicrobial Fleece Inhibits Growth of Human-Derived Biofilm-Forming Staphylococci During the SIRIUS-2019 Isolation Elisabeth Grohmann1, Daniela Wischer1, Dominik Schneider2, Anja Poehlein2, Olaf Wagner3, Sergey Kharin4, Rainer Haag3, Rolf Daniel2, Ankita Vaishampayan1
1Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin, Germany; 2Georg-August-University Göttingen, Germany; 3Freie Universität Berlin, Germany; 4Institute of Biomedical Problems (IBMP), Moscow, Russia
Safety Considerations of On-Ground Operations for Demonstration of Multi Arm Robot of In- Orbit Telescope Installation (MIRROR) Marta Fernández Campo, Francisco Javier Hernández González, Isabel Bachiller Martínez GMV, Spain
The Need for Longitudinal Studies in Research Assessing Human Performance in Augmented Reality-Assisted Procedural Tasks Cian O'Regan1, Alan Giltinan2, Dr Ted Scully1, Dr Niall Smith1
1Munster Technological University, Ireland; 2MTU Blackrock Castle Observatory
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11th IAASS Conference – Agenda – European Chapter Sessions
9:00am – 11:00am ES-14: SSA and Space Weather
The Light Curves Analysis and SSA in Poland Magorzata Polkowska1, Arkadiusz Chimicz2
1War Studies University; 2War Studies University
Space Weather Casters and Space Weather Interpreters Against Space Weather Hazard Susumu Tamaoki ABLab / Ibaraki.univ, Japan
Space Weather Impact on Satellite Navigation Services Jens Berdermann, Martin Kriegel, Paul David German Aerospace Center, Germany
Space Situational Awareness (SSA) and Orbital Coordination Activities for Safe Rendezvous and Proximity Operations (RPO) Explored Through the ELSA-d Mission Toby Harris, Jason Forshaw, Andrea Puppa, Mike Lindsay Astroscale
9:00am – 11:00am ES-15: Panel Session
Should the EU Regulate the Safety of Commercial Space Operations in Europe, and Promote Harmonization of Rules Internationally? Chair: Isabelle Rongier Co-chair: Tommaso Sgobba
9:00am – 11:00am ES-16: Spaceflight Safety
The Pathophysiology, Risk, and Clinical Presentation of Venous Thromboembolisms (VTE) and Evaluation of its Prevention, Diagnosis, Mitigation and Management Strategies in Spaceflight Goswami, Nandu Medical University of Graz, Austria
Occupational Health and Safety for New Space Workers Guillaume Loonis-Quélen1, Damien Stricker2, Jean-Bruno Marciacq3, Jean-Paul Kneib1, Thierry Meyer2
1EPFL, eSpace, Switzerland; 2EPFL, SB ISIC-GSCP, Switzerland; 3JBM Aerospace, Germany
A New Robust and Reproducible Hybrid Space Mission Risk Classification Method Sapountzoglou, Nikolaos1; Bernard, Carole2
1Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium, ETEC department & MOBI Research Group & Faculty of Social Sciences and Solvay Business School; 2Department of Accounting, Law and Finance, Grenoble Ecole de Management, France & Department of Economics and Political Sciences, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), Belgium
11:00am – 11:30am Coffee Break
ESA Space Rider Program Giorgio Tumino, Space Transportation Chief Technical Advisor
German Space Situation Awareness Centre Uwe Wirt, Director of Operations
Axiom Space Station Program Rex Walheim, Safety & Mission Assurance Manager
01:00pm – 01:30pm Conference Wrap-Up & Announcements
Tommaso Sgobba IAASS Executive Director
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