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Based on the current pandemic situation and further projections, we have decided to hold a virtual conference in April 2021.

8th European Conference on Space Debris

Programme

Note: We are pleased to inform you that the submitted papers have 
been published in our online conference proceedings database

 

All times given are CEST (Berlin/Brussels time zone)

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Tuesday, April 20

09:00 - 09:30

S00 - OPENING

Time frame: 09:00 - 10:07
Room: Stream 1 & Stream 2

09:30 - 10:00

10:00 - 10:30

10:30 - 11:00

S01 - Active and passive optical measurements

Time frame: 10:45 - 12:15
Room: Stream 1

S02 - Debris mitigation techniques and processes

Time frame: 10:45 - 12:15
Room: Stream 2

11:00 - 11:30

11:30 - 12:00

12:00 - 12:30

12:30 - 13:00

13:00 - 13:30

Panel discussion "The right attitude"

Time frame: 13:00 - 14:00
Room: Stream 1 & Stream 2

13:30 - 14:00

14:00 - 14:30

S03 - Active and passive optical measurements

Time frame: 14:15 - 15:45
Room: Stream 1

S04 - Debris mitigation techniques and processes

Time frame: 14:15 - 15:45
Room: Stream 2

14:30 - 15:00

15:00 - 15:30

15:30 - 16:00

16:00 - 16:30

S05 - Radar measurements, and attitude measurements

Time frame: 16:00 - 17:30
Room: Stream 1

S06 - Hypervelocity impacts, protection and shielding

Time frame: 16:00 - 17:30
Room: Stream 2

16:30 - 17:00

17:00 - 17:30

17:30 - 18:00

Poster session 1
Time frame: 17:30 - 18:15
Room: Gather town

18:00 - 18:30

Wednesday, April 21

09:00 - 09:30

S07 - Radar measurements, and attitude measurements

Time frame: 09:00 - 10:30
Room: Stream 1

S08 - On-orbit and re-entry risk assessments

Time frame: 09:00 - 09:54
Room: Stream 2

09:30 - 10:00

10:00 - 10:30

10:30 - 11:00

S09 - Active removal, servicing, and remediation concepts

Time frame: 10:45 - 12:15
Room: Stream 1

S10 - On-orbit and re-entry risk assessments

Time frame: 10:45 - 12:15
Room: Stream 2

11:00 - 11:30

11:30 - 12:00

12:00 - 12:30

12:30 - 13:00

13:00 - 13:30

Panel discussion "Time to act"

Time frame: 13:00 - 14:00
Room: Stream 1 & Stream 2

13:30 - 14:00

14:00 - 14:30

S11 - Active removal, servicing, and remediation concepts

Time frame: 14:15 - 15:45
Room: Stream 1

S12 - On-orbit and re-entry risk assessments

Time frame: 14:15 - 15:45
Room: Stream 2

14:30 - 15:00

15:00 - 15:30

15:30 - 16:00

16:00 - 16:30

S13 - Active removal, servicing, and remediation concepts

Time frame: 16:00 - 17:30
Room: Stream 1

S14 - Re-entry modelling and tools

Time frame: 16:00 - 17:30
Room: Stream 2

16:30 - 17:00

17:00 - 17:30

17:30 - 18:00

Poster Session 2
Time frame: 17:30 - 18:15
Room: Gather town

18:00 - 18:30

Thursday, April 22

09:00 - 09:30

S15 - Orbit prediction, determination, and cataloguing

Time frame: 09:00 - 10:30
Room: Stream 1

S16 - Space situational awareness systems and applications

Time frame: 09:00 - 10:30
Room: Stream 2

09:30 - 10:00

10:00 - 10:30

10:30 - 11:00

S17 - Orbit prediction, determination, and cataloguing

Time frame: 10:45 - 12:15
Room: Stream 1

S18 - Space situational awareness systems and applications

Time frame: 10:45 - 12:15
Room: Stream 2

11:00 - 11:30

11:30 - 12:00

12:00 - 12:30

12:30 - 13:00

13:00 - 13:30

Panel discussion "Leave no traces"

Time frame: 13:00 - 14:00
Room: Stream 1 & Stream 2

13:30 - 14:00

14:00 - 14:30

S19 - Environmental impact assessments

Time frame: 14:15 - 15:45
Room: Stream 1

S20 - Space situational awareness systems and applications

Time frame: 14:15 - 15:27
Room: Stream 2

14:30 - 15:00

15:00 - 15:30

15:30 - 16:00

16:00 - 16:30

S21 - Debris aspects of large constellations

Time frame: 16:00 - 17:12
Room: Stream 1

S22 - Re-entry modelling and tools

Time frame: 16:00 - 17:12
Room: Stream 2

16:30 - 17:00

17:00 - 17:30

17:30 - 18:00

Poster Session 3
Time frame: 17:30 - 18:15
Room: Gather town

18:00 - 18:30

Friday, April 23

09:00 - 09:30

S23 - AI and ML for collision avoidance and services

Time frame: 09:00 - 10:30
Room: Stream 1

S24 - Regulatory aspects, standardisation, policies

Time frame: 09:00 - 10:12
Room: Stream 2

09:30 - 10:00

10:00 - 10:30

10:30 - 11:00

S25 - Operational collision avoidance and services and novel concepts

Time frame: 10:45 - 11:57
Room: Stream 1

S26 - Regulatory aspects, standardisation, policies

Time frame: 10:45 - 11:57
Room: Stream 2

11:00 - 11:30

11:30 - 12:00

12:00 - 12:30

12:30 - 13:00

13:00 - 13:30

Panel discussion "Be the first to move"

Time frame: 13:00 - 14:00
Room: Stream 1 & Stream 2

13:30 - 14:00

14:00 - 14:30

S27 - Operational collision avoidance and services and novel concepts

Time frame: 14:15 - 15:45
Room: Stream 1

S28 - Future missions

Time frame: 14:15 - 15:45
Room: Stream 2

14:30 - 15:00

15:00 - 15:30

15:30 - 16:00

Conference closure
Time frame: 15:45 - 16:00
Room: Stream 1 & Stream 2

16:00 - 16:30

S00 - OPENING

Time frame: Tuesday, April 20 09:00 - 10:07
Room: Stream 1 & Stream 2
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Tim Flohrer | Stijn Lemmens

09:00 - 09:06

Welcome and conference chair opening conference

Tim Flohrer, ESA

09:06 - 09:11

Address by ESA Director General Josef Aschbacher

Josef Aschbacher, ESA

09:11 - 09:16

Welcome by ESOC Head of Establishment and Director of Operations Rolf Densing

Rolf Densing, ESA

09:16 - 09:21

Introduction of Space Debris Movie by Stijn Lemmens

Stijn Lemmens, ESA

09:21 - 09:34

Premiere Space Debris Movie "Time to Act"

Space Debris Movie, ESA

09:34 - 10:07

The Space Debris Challenge - ESA's Response

Holger Krag, ESA

S01 - Active and passive optical measurements

Time frame: Tuesday, April 20 10:45 - 12:15
Room: Stream 1
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Thomas Schildknecht | Beatriz Jilete

10:45 - 11:03

The future of space debris laser ranging - Towards high precision MHz daylight space debris laser ranging?

Michael Steindorfer, Space Research Institute, Austrian Academy of Sciences

11:03 - 11:21

Daylight Laser Ranging of Space Debris with a Geodetic Laser from the SwissOGS: First Experiences

Julian Rodriguez, Astronomical Institute University of Bern

11:21 - 11:39

Optimizing visual daytime satellite observations

Krzysztof Kamiński, Astronomical Observatory of A. Mickiewiecz University

11:39 - 11:57

Performance of Airbus Robotic Telescope and the SST data processing framework SPOOK

Giovanni Cirillo, Airbus Defence and Space GmbH

11:57 - 12:15

A path towards low-cost, high-accuracy orbital object monitoring

Daniel Hampf, DLR e.V.

S02 - Debris mitigation techniques and processes

Time frame: Tuesday, April 20 10:45 - 12:15
Room: Stream 2
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Jer Chyi Liou | Sara Morales

10:45 - 11:03

Fostering Collaborative Concepts in Space Debris Mitigation

Vitali Braun, IMS Space Consultancy GmbH @ ESA/ESOC

11:03 - 11:21

De-orbit Demonstration Using Electrodynamic Tether System for Space Debris Disposal

Yusuke Egawa, ALE

11:21 - 11:39

Status of Development of a Deorbit Device based on Electrodynamic Tether Technology in the E.T.PACK Project

Gonzalo Sanchez-arriaga, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

11:39 - 11:57

A Strategy for Mitigation of Space Debris using Space-Based Continuous-Wave Laser Illumination

Lewis Walker, University of Strathclyde

11:57 - 12:15

Climate Change in Space: Thermospheric Density Reductions in LEO and the Impact on the Debris Environment

Matthew K. Brown, University of Southampton

Panel discussion "The right attitude"

Time frame: Tuesday, April 20 13:00 - 14:00
Room: Stream 1 & Stream 2
Type of presentation: Oral session

13:00 - 14:00

The right attitude

Panel Discussion, 8ECSD

S04 - Debris mitigation techniques and processes

Time frame: Tuesday, April 20 14:15 - 15:45
Room: Stream 2
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Jer Chyi Liou | Sara Morales

14:15 - 14:33

Engineering Realities of Debris Mitigation

Darren Mcknight, Centauri

14:33 - 14:51

Leveraging space debris simulation results: Revisiting guideline values for explosion and cumulative collision rate

Volker Schaus, IMS Space Consultancy for ESA/ESOC Space Debris Office

14:51 - 15:09

Orbital Debris Mitigation and CubeSats

Chris Ostrom, HX5-Jacobs JETS Contract

15:09 - 15:27

Post Mission Disposal of Cartosat-2: Compliance with IADC Guidelines

Bulbul Mukherjee, ISRO

15:27 - 15:45

Space Debris Mitigation measures applied to European Space Transportation Systems

Christophe Bonnal, CNES

S03 - Active and passive optical measurements

Time frame: Tuesday, April 20 14:15 - 15:45
Room: Stream 1
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Thomas Schildknecht | Beatriz Jilete

14:15 - 14:33

On Fast Matched Filter for Streak Detection and Ranking

Vojtech Cvrcek, Czech technical university

14:33 - 14:51

Astrometric measurements of satellites with Dynamic Vision Sensor

Michał Żołnowski, 6ROADS Ltd.

14:51 - 15:09

Efficient and Robust Algorithms for the Real-Time Optical Tracking of Space Debris

Julian Rodriguez-villamizar, Astronomical Institute University of Bern

15:09 - 15:27

Compressed Sensing for Satellite Characterization – Improved atmospheric modeling and sensing matrix realism

Daigo Kobayashi, Purdue University

15:27 - 15:45

Optical observations for energetic characterization of in-orbit explosion: the FREGAT-SB case

Gaetano Zarcone, University of Rome "La Sapienza"

S06 - Hypervelocity impacts, protection and shielding

Time frame: Tuesday, April 20 16:00 - 17:30
Room: Stream 2
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Frank Schäfer | Mark Millinger

16:00 - 16:18

Tracking Debris Cloud Fragments: Hypervelocity fragmentation measurements for validating numerical simulations

Erkai Watson, Fraunhofer EMI

16:18 - 16:36

On-ground HVI on a nanosatellite. Impact test, fragments recovery and characterization, impact simulations

Christian Puillet, CNES

16:36 - 16:54

Data of European In-situ Impact Detectors for Environment Model Validation

Karl Dietrich Bunte, etamax space GmbH

16:54 - 17:12

Vulnerability of spacecraft nickel-cadmium batteries to hypervelocity impacts

Robin Putzar, Fraunhofer EMI

17:12 - 17:30

X-ray Imagery as the Record of All Data of Interest in Hypervelocity Impact Fragment Studies

John B. Bacon, NASA Johnson Space Center

S05 - Radar measurements, and attitude measurements

Time frame: Tuesday, April 20 16:00 - 17:30
Room: Stream 1
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Delphine Cerutti-Maori | Jiri Silha

16:00 - 16:18

Combined Optical and Radar Measurements for Orbit Determination in LEO

Riccardo Apa, ISAE-SUPAERO

16:18 - 16:36

Radar Observations from the Haystack Ultrawideband Satellite Imaging Radar in 2019

James Murray, Jacobs

16:36 - 16:54

A Novel High-Precision Observation Mode for the Tracking and Imaging Radar TIRA – Principle and Performance Evaluation

Delphine Cerutti-maori, Fraunhofer FHR

16:54 - 17:12

Resident space object track reconstruction using a multireceiver radar system

Marco Felice F. Montaruli, PoliMi

17:12 - 17:30

A space debris search and track forward scattering radar system with a 3D phase array antenna

Sebastian Diaz Riofrio, University of Strathclyde

S07 - Radar measurements, and attitude measurements

Time frame: Wednesday, April 21 09:00 - 10:30
Room: Stream 1
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Delphine Cerutti-Maori | Jiri Silha

09:00 - 09:18

Simultaneous multi-site photometry of LEO satellites for rotation characterization

Oleksandr Kozhukhov, National Space Facilities Control and Test Center

09:18 - 09:36

Light curves application to space debris characterization and classification

Jiri Silha, Comenius University

09:36 - 09:54

Light Curves for GEO object characterisation

Emma Kerr, Deimos Space UK Ltd.

09:54 - 10:12

Multi-Hypothesis Light Curve Inversion Scheme for Convex Objects with Minimal Observations

Siwei Fan, Purdue University

10:12 - 10:30

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE FOR SPACE RESIDENT OBJECTS CHARACTERISATION WITH LIGHTCURVES

Keiran Mcnally, GMV

S08 - On-orbit and re-entry risk assessments

Time frame: Wednesday, April 21 09:00 - 09:54
Room: Stream 2
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Marlon Sorge | Manuel Metz

09:00 - 09:18

Investigation of Three Recent Atlas V Centaur Upper Stage Fragmentation Events

Pavithra Ravi, Purdue University

09:18 - 09:36

Evaluation of impacts of large constellations using a debris evolutionary model for considering environment capacity

Satomi Kawamoto, JAXA

09:36 - 09:54

Evaluation of the debris environment impact of the ESA fleet

Francesca Letizia, IMS Space Consultancy @ ESA/ESOC

S10 - On-orbit and re-entry risk assessments

Time frame: Wednesday, April 21 10:45 - 12:15
Room: Stream 2
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Marlon Sorge | Manuel Metz

10:45 - 11:03

Recent developments in space debris environment modelling, verification and validation with MASTER

Vitali Braun, IMS Space Consultancy GmbH @ ESA/ESOC

11:03 - 11:21

Flux comparison of MASTER-8 and ORDEM 3.1 modelled space debris population

Andre Horstmann, IMS Space Consultancy @ ESA/ESOC

11:21 - 11:39

Enhancement of the PROOF Software for Space Debris Observation Modelling and Simulation

Lorenz Böttcher, IRAS, TU Braunschweig

11:39 - 11:57

Updating the Massive Collision Monitoring Activity - Creating a Collision Risk Continuum

Darren Mcknight, Centauri

11:57 - 12:15

THE USE OF STRESS TESTS TO EVALUATE SPACE DEBRIS MITIGATION MEASURES

Hugh Lewis, University of Southampton

S09 - Active removal, servicing, and remediation concepts

Time frame: Wednesday, April 21 10:45 - 12:15
Room: Stream 1
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Christophe Bonnal | Robin Biesbroek

10:45 - 11:03

Pave the way for Active Debris Removal Realization: JAXA Commercial Removal of Debris Demonstration (CRD2)

Toru Yamamoto, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency

11:03 - 11:21

Assessing Debris Removal Services for Large Constellations

Harriet Brettle, Astroscale

11:21 - 11:39

Gripper for in-orbit servicing operations

Grzegorz Stachyra, PIAP Space

11:39 - 11:57

Concept and Design of Robustness Improved Caging Based Debris Gripper

Nobutaka Tanishima, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency

11:57 - 12:15

LiDAR Measurement Simulator Considering Target Surface Reflection

Yu Nakajima, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency

Panel discussion "Time to act"

Time frame: Wednesday, April 21 13:00 - 14:00
Room: Stream 1 & Stream 2
Type of presentation: Oral session

13:00 - 14:00

Time to Act

Panel Discussion, ESA

S12 - On-orbit and re-entry risk assessments

Time frame: Wednesday, April 21 14:15 - 15:45
Room: Stream 2
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Marlon Sorge | Manuel Metz

14:15 - 14:33

DEBRISK V3: new generation of object-oriented tools

Julien Annaloro, CNES

14:33 - 14:51

Upgrading the re-entry risk component of ESA’s DRAMA software

Ian Holbrough, Belstead Research Ltd

14:51 - 15:09

Autoencoder-based Thermospheric Density Model for Uncertainty Quantification and Real-Time Calibration

Matteo Manzi, University of Strathclyde

15:09 - 15:27

The impact of the new NRLMSIS 2.0 on re-entry predictions

Benjamin Bastida Virgili, IMS Space Consultancy @ ESA/ESOC

15:27 - 15:45

Atmospheric density estimation for improved orbit determination and conjunction assessment

David Gondelach, Vyoma GmbH

S11 - Active removal, servicing, and remediation concepts

Time frame: Wednesday, April 21 14:15 - 15:45
Room: Stream 1
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Christophe Bonnal | Robin Biesbroek

14:15 - 14:33

Space Debris Removal with Sub-tethered Net: a Feasibility Study and Preliminary Design

Kevin A. Stadnyk, Obruta Space Solutions

14:33 - 14:51

Mission analysis and design for an active debris removal service for large constellations

Camilla Colombo, Politecnico di Milano

14:51 - 15:09

Concept Study of Spacecraft System for End-of-Life Deorbit Service Using Low-Thrust Formation

Yoji Shirasawa, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency

15:09 - 15:27

Deep learning-based monocular relative pose estimation of uncooperative spacecraft

Massimo Piazza, Politecnico di Milano

15:27 - 15:45

Innovation in planning Space Debris removal missions using Artificial Intelligence and Quantum-inspired computing

David Snelling, Fujitsu

S13 - Active removal, servicing, and remediation concepts

Time frame: Wednesday, April 21 16:00 - 17:30
Room: Stream 1
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Christophe Bonnal | Robin Biesbroek

16:00 - 16:18

INSIDeR, the Innovative Net & Space Inflatable structures for active Debris Removal

Romain Ricciardi, CT Paris

16:18 - 16:36

Effects of Electric Potential Uncertainty on Electrostatic Tractor Relative Motion Control

Julian Hammerl, University of Colorado Boulder

16:36 - 16:54

Future improvements in conjunction assessment and collision avoidance using a combined laser tracking/nudging network

Heiko Dreyer, DLR e.V.

16:54 - 17:12

Assessing Bioinspired Concepts for Space Debris Removal and evaluating their feasibility for simple demonstrator design

Elisabeth Banken, Fraunhofer CML

17:12 - 17:30

Space debris and obligations erga omnes – a legal framework for States’ responsibility?

Krzysztof Niewęgłowski, Maria Curie Skłodowska University in Poland

S14 - Re-entry modelling and tools

Time frame: Wednesday, April 21 16:00 - 17:30
Room: Stream 2
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Christopher Ostrom | Pierre Omaly

16:00 - 16:18

Next-Generation Re-entry Aerothermodynamic Modeling for Space Debris using Deep Learning

Nicholas Sia, West Virginia University

16:18 - 16:36

SCARAB 4 - Extension of the high-fidelity re-entry break-up simulation software based on new measurement types

Ronny Kanzler, HTG - Hyperschall Technologie Göttingen GmbH

16:36 - 16:54

Probabilistic Comparison of Destructive Re-entry Tools

James Beck, Belstead Research

16:54 - 17:12

Integrating density-based uncertainty propagation with object-oriented re-entry models

Mirko Trisolini, Politecnico di Milano

17:12 - 17:30

3D Modeling and Simulation of the Thermal Degradation of Composite Material during Space Debris Atmospheric Reentry

Nicolas Perron, ONERA

S16 - Space situational awareness systems and applications

Time frame: Thursday, April 22 09:00 - 10:30
Room: Stream 2
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Juan-Carlos Dolado Perez | Alberto Agueda

09:00 - 09:18

Towards Secure De-centralised Management and Exchange of Space Surveillance and Tracking Data

Marika Popp, Guardtime

09:18 - 09:36

Automated processing chain for sensor data sharing

Artur Bialkowski, GMV

09:36 - 09:54

Consensus Credibility Particle Filter for Space Object Tracking

Han Cai, University of Texas at Austin

09:54 - 10:12

Multi-Target Tracking for SMARTnet™: Multi-Layer Probability Hypothesis Filter for Near-Earth Object Tracking

Carolin Frueh, Purdue

10:12 - 10:30

Maneuver Detection via Combined Heuristical and Statistical Methodologies

Guillermo Escribano, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

S15 - Orbit prediction, determination, and cataloguing

Time frame: Thursday, April 22 09:00 - 10:30
Room: Stream 1
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Carolin Frueh | Jan Siminski

09:00 - 09:18

Covariance determination for improving uncertainty realism

Alejandro Cano, GMV

09:18 - 09:36

Noise Figure Calculation for Space Surveillance Radar Systems

Christoph Reising, Fraunhofer FHR

09:36 - 09:54

Analysis of different process noise models in typical orbit determination scenarios

Manuel Schubert, TU Braunschweig

09:54 - 10:12

Numerically efficient methods for low-thrust collision avoidance maneuver design

Maria Francesca Palermo, Politecnico di Milano

10:12 - 10:30

Initial orbits of LEO objects using radar observations

Hélène Ma, RHEA@ESOC

S17 - Orbit prediction, determination, and cataloguing

Time frame: Thursday, April 22 10:45 - 12:15
Room: Stream 1
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Carolin Frueh | Jan Siminski

10:45 - 11:03

Cislunar Space Traffic Management: Surveillance Through Earth-Moon Resonance Orbits

Carolin Frueh, Purdue University

11:03 - 11:21

Modeling of Breakup Events in Medium Earth Orbit

Marielle M. Pellegrino, University of Colorado Boulder

11:21 - 11:39

Search for Long-Term Reentry Disposal Orbits Across Altitude and Inclination

Alan Jenkin, The Aerospace Corporation

11:39 - 11:57

Averaged Rotational Dynamics of GEO Debris

Conor J. Benson, University of Colorado Boulder

11:57 - 12:15

Uncertainty Propagation Meeting Space Debris Needs

Joaquín Míguez Arenas, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

S18 - Space situational awareness systems and applications

Time frame: Thursday, April 22 10:45 - 12:15
Room: Stream 2
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Juan-Carlos Dolado Perez | Alberto Agueda

10:45 - 11:03

Development of a software suite for performance assessment of SST sensor networks

Giovanni Purpura, Politecnico di Milano

11:03 - 11:21

Sensor Tasking Analysis for a Optical Sensor Network Designed for Complete GEO Coverage

Michael J. Rose, Purdue University

11:21 - 11:39

WebPlan - web-based sensor scheduling tool

Agnieszka Sybilska, Sybilla Technologies

11:39 - 11:57

Baseline Algorithm Definition for a Future Real-Time Autonomous Sensor Scheduling Strategy for SST

Guido Pedone, Airbus Defence and Space GmbH

11:57 - 12:15

Multi-Hypothesis Light Curve Inversion for Space Object Attitude Determination

Alexander Burton, Purdue University

Panel discussion "Leave no traces"

Time frame: Thursday, April 22 13:00 - 14:00
Room: Stream 1 & Stream 2
Type of presentation: Oral session

13:00 - 14:00

Leave no traces

Panel Discussion, ESA

S19 - Environmental impact assessments

Time frame: Thursday, April 22 14:15 - 15:45
Room: Stream 1
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Rosario Nasca | Noelia Sanchez Ortiz

14:15 - 14:33

Framework for the Space Sustainability Rating

Francesca Letizia, IMS Space Consultancy @ ESA/ESOC

14:33 - 14:51

Design of a software to assess the impact of a space mission on the space environment

Camilla Colombo, Politecnico di Milano

14:51 - 15:09

Decoupled analysis of the effect of past and future space activity on the orbital environment

Vincent Ruch, CNES

15:09 - 15:27

DEEP TIME ANALYSIS OF SPACE DEBRIS AND SPACE SUSTAINABILITY

Hugh Lewis, University of Southampton

15:27 - 15:45

A coupled econometric model of the orbital environment

Akhil Rao, Middlebury College

S20 - Space situational awareness systems and applications

Time frame: Thursday, April 22 14:15 - 15:27
Room: Stream 2
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Juan-Carlos Dolado Perez | Alberto Agueda

14:15 - 14:33

KIAM RAS/ISON optical facilities and applications of their data

Artem Mokhnatkin, Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics of RAS

14:33 - 14:51

PLATFORM FOR FUTURE OPTICAL SPACE SURVEILLANCE TECHNOLOGY: DLR’s 1.75 M OPTICAL TELESCOPE

Gerd A. Wagner, German Aerospace Center (DLR)

14:51 - 15:09

Portuguese SST capability- The Portuguese Space Surveillance network system

João Neves, PT MoD-Naval Research Centre

15:09 - 15:27

Can we use low cost small satellites to observe space debris missed by ground systems?

Peter Senior, SSTL

S21 - Debris aspects of large constellations

Time frame: Thursday, April 22 16:00 - 17:12
Room: Stream 1
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Camilla Colombo | Benjamin Bastida Virgili

16:00 - 16:18

Interactions between Debris Mitigation and Space Traffic Safety in the Presence of Large Constellations

Greg Henning, The Aerospace Corporation

16:18 - 16:36

Effect of Mega Constellations on Collision Risk in Space

Carlos Álvaro Arroyo Parejo, Deimos Space

16:36 - 16:54

Impact of Collision Avoidance Manoeuvres on Large Satellite Constellations

Lucía Ayala Fernández, Technische Universität Braunschweig

16:54 - 17:12

Large LEO Constellations, Astronomy, and Space Debris Mitigation

Patrick Seitzer, University of Michigan

S22 - Re-entry modelling and tools

Time frame: Thursday, April 22 16:00 - 17:12
Room: Stream 2
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Christopher Ostrom | Pierre Omaly

16:00 - 16:18

DEMISABILITY STUDY OF INDUSTRIAL TEST CASES WITH THE SPACECRAFT-ORIENTED CODE PAMPERO

Eddy Constant, R.TECH

16:18 - 16:36

Measurements of Heat Transfer on Hemispheres at Rarefied Flow Conditions Using Liquid Crystals

Nathan Donaldson, University of Oxford

16:36 - 16:54

Pyrolysis Rate and Yield Strength Reduction in Carbon Fiber and Glass Fiber Composites Under Reentry Heating Conditions

Benton R. Greene, Jacobs - JETS Contract

16:54 - 17:12

Simulating the Rotational Dynamics of Tiangong-1 for Re-entry Analysis

Mikkel K. Jorgensen, McGill University

S24 - Regulatory aspects, standardisation, policies

Time frame: Friday, April 23 09:00 - 10:12
Room: Stream 2
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Jenny Tapio | Alexander Soucek

09:00 - 09:18

The Economics of Space Debris in Perspective

Marit Undseth, OECD

09:18 - 09:36

Tackling the Space Debris Problem: A Global Commons Perspective

Daniel Lambach, Universität Frankfurt am Main

09:36 - 09:54

Active Debris Removal: mitigating legal barriers for promising technologies, comparisons & proposals

Numa Isnard, Attorney-at-Law

09:54 - 10:12

Artificial Intelligence and Space Situational Awareness: Data processing and sharing in debris-crowded areas

Anthi Koskina, School of Law-National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

S23 - AI and ML for collision avoidance and services

Time frame: Friday, April 23 09:00 - 10:30
Room: Stream 1
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Darren McKnight | Klaus Merz

09:00 - 09:18

Implementation and comparison of data-based methods for collision avoidance in satellite operations

Sascha Metz, Technische Universität Darmstadt

09:18 - 09:36

On-board collision avoidance applications based on machine learning and analytical methods

Juan Luis Gonzalo, Politecnico di Milano

09:36 - 09:54

Kessler: a Machine Learning Library for Spacecraft Collision Avoidance

Giacomo Acciarini, University of Strathclyde

09:54 - 10:12

Benchmarking machine learning models for collision risk prediction in low-earth orbit

Rasit Abay, neuraspace & futurifai

10:12 - 10:30

Artificial Intelligence for All vs. All Conjunction Screening

Emma Stevenson, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid

S25 - Operational collision avoidance and services and novel concepts

Time frame: Friday, April 23 10:45 - 11:57
Room: Stream 1
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Darren McKnight | Klaus Merz

10:45 - 11:03

A Robust Bayesian Agent for Optimal Collision Avoidance Manoeuvre Planning

Luis Sánchez, University of Strathclyde

11:03 - 11:21

Space Debris Deflection by Space Based Laser

Damien Dumestier, Thales Alenia Space

11:21 - 11:39

Potential of using ground-based high-power lasers to decelerate the evolution of space debris in LEO

Stefan Scharring, DLR

11:39 - 11:57

The Space Blower concept, a solution for Just-in-time Collision Avoidance

Sophie Missonnier, CT Paris

S26 - Regulatory aspects, standardisation, policies

Time frame: Friday, April 23 10:45 - 11:57
Room: Stream 2
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Jenny Tapio | Alexander Soucek

10:45 - 11:03

Sustainable orbit and the Earth System: mitigation and regulation

Elena E. Cirkovic, Helsinki University

11:03 - 11:21

The Aerospace Corporation’s Space Traffic Management Research Programme

Mark A. Skinner, The Aerospace Corp.

11:21 - 11:39

The Australian Space Agency’s SSA roadmap: Australian context, methodology and learnings

Marie Le Pellec, Australian Space Agency

11:39 - 11:57

Bringing policy coherence to satellite constellation mitigations for space debris and astronomy

Giuliana Rotola, European Southern Observatory

Panel discussion "Be the first to move"

Time frame: Friday, April 23 13:00 - 14:00
Room: Stream 1 & Stream 2
Type of presentation: Oral session

13:00 - 14:00

Be the first to move

Panel Discussion, ESA

S27 - Operational collision avoidance and services and novel concepts

Time frame: Friday, April 23 14:15 - 15:45
Room: Stream 1
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Darren McKnight | Klaus Merz

14:15 - 14:33

Results of Comprehensive STCM Data Fusion Experiment

Dan Oltrogge, COMSPOC Corporation

14:33 - 14:51

ESA’s Collision Avoidance Service: current status and special cases

Klaus Merz, ESA/ESOC

14:51 - 15:09

State of the Art and Future Needs in Conjunction Analysis Methods, Processes and Software

Emma Kerr, Deimos Space UK Ltd.

15:09 - 15:27

Autonomous Collision Avoidance System

Andrei D. Stanculescu, GMV

15:27 - 15:45

Launch Collision Avoidance Sensitivity Analysis

Gabriele Falco, Deimos Space UK

S28 - Future missions

Time frame: Friday, April 23 14:15 - 15:45
Room: Stream 2
Type of presentation: Oral session
Session chair: Marie Tilbee | Soares Tiago

14:15 - 14:33

The ClearSpace-1 mission: ESA and ClearSpace team up to remove debris

Robin Biesbroek, ESA/ESTEC

14:33 - 14:51

Exploration of opportunities to advance ground-based and space-based SSA systems through in-orbit demonstration missions

Toby Harris, Astroscale

14:51 - 15:09

A methodology for using existing space infrastructure to identify and monitor resident space objects

Gian Luigi Somma, D-Orbit

15:09 - 15:27

MOVE-III - An in-situ detector to support space debris model validation

Xanthi Oikonomidou, ESA/ESOC, TUM

15:27 - 15:45

ASSESSMENT OF INTER-OPERATOR RULE-BASED COLLISION AVOIDANCE OPERATIONS

Martin Michel, TU Darmstadt - FSR

Poster session

Room: Gather town
Type of presentation: Poster session

07:00 - 04:25

Streak Evaluation Tool

Nina Maric, DEIMOS Space UK Ltd

07:00 - 04:25

AIMLRCS: A Machine Learning approach to spacecraft attitude and object identification based on RCS from the S3TSR

Carlos Paulete, GMV

07:00 - 04:25

Simultaneous observation of LEO objects

Lorenzo Mariani, University of Rome "La Sapienza"

07:00 - 04:25

Quantifying uncertainties of space objects centroid position based on optical observation

Zhuangbin Tan, Sun Yat-sen University

07:00 - 04:25

NUMERICAL STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF ORBITAL DEBRIS SHAPE AND OBLIQUITY ON ITS PERFORATION ABILITY

Patrick Domingo, University of Manitoba

07:00 - 04:25

Performance analysis of tracking filters according to input data processing

Claudio Carloni, Fraunhofer FHR

07:00 - 04:25

Efficient streak detection and plate-solving techniques

Nathan Houtz, Purdue University

07:00 - 04:25

gendared: The Generic Data Reduction Framework for Space Surveillance and its Applications

Ana - Maria Piso, GMV

07:00 - 04:25

Streak detection of space debris by a passive optical sensor

Rudolf Haussmann, Kormoran Technologie

07:00 - 04:25

Enhancing the knowledge on space debris attitude and position combining radar and optical observations

Lorenzo Mariani, University of Rome "La Sapienza"

07:00 - 04:25

Design and results of an experiment with the goal of gathering data on the motion of a non-rigid body in microgravity

Michał Błażejczyk, AGH University of Science and Technology

07:00 - 04:25

Detection and mitigation of LEO space debris using optical detection and plasma laser technology

Vipul Mani, TU Berlin

07:00 - 04:25

Design and prototyping of a low-cost LEO optical surveillance sensor

Emma Kerr, Deimos Space UK Ltd.

07:00 - 04:25

Structural assessment and material validation of 3D printed corrugated spacecraft debris shields

Adrian Dumitrescu, University of Southampton

07:00 - 04:25

DYNAMICS OF MORPHING ROBOTIC ARM WITH SPACE DEBRIS CAPTURE

Arjun P. More, IIT Madras

07:00 - 04:25

Self-healing system for hypervelocity impact protection, repair and debris mitigation

Laura Pernigoni, Politecnico di Milano

07:00 - 04:25

Space-based laser ablation for space debris removal

Liam Pieters, Delft University of Technology

07:00 - 04:25

Current status of debris protection design standard at JAXA

Kumi Nitta, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency

07:00 - 04:25

End-of-Life Deorbit Service with a Pulsed Laser Onboard a Small Satellite

Tadanori Fukushima, SKY Perfect JSAT

07:00 - 04:25

Polish SST small telescope assessment and prototyped operations

Natasza Siódmiak, Sybilla Technologies

07:00 - 04:25

End-To-End Procedure for satellite Orbit Catalogue from optical observation.

Michał Żołnowski, 6ROADS Ltd.

07:00 - 04:25

Guidelines for space debris and meteoroid impact risk assessment with DRAMA/MIDAS

Xanthi Oikonomidou, ESA/ESOC

07:00 - 04:25

Current Status of Web Services at ESA’s Space Debris Office

Quirin Funke, IMS Space Consultancy GmbH @ ESA/ESOC

07:00 - 04:25

PUZZLE software for the characterisation of in-orbit fragmentations

Matteo Romano, Politecnico di Milano

07:00 - 04:25

Micrometeoroid Impact Risk Assessment for Interplanetary Missions

Jens Rodmann, etamax space

07:00 - 04:25

Streak detection challenges for telescope observations of satellites

Alexis Petit, Observatoire de Paris, IMCCE, UMR CNRS 8028 & Share My Space

07:00 - 04:25

Systema-Debris risk assessment tool

Meggie Vilaranda, Airbus

07:00 - 04:25

On-Ground Validation of a CNN-based Monocular Pose Estimation System for Uncooperative Spacecraft

Lorenzo Pasqualetto Cassinis, Delft University of Technology

07:00 - 04:25

Analysis of maneuver errors during the early orbit and station-keeping phases of an electrical satellite

Morgane Jouisse, GMV

07:00 - 04:25

A Pan-European Expert Centre service and coordination facility in support of space surveillance

Christophe Paccolat, Astronomical Institute, University of Bern

07:00 - 04:25

Fragments distribution prediction for ENVISAT catastrophic fragmentation

Lorenzo Olivieri, UNIVERSITY OF PADOVA

07:00 - 04:25

Stages of development of the ISON optical telescope global network

Igor E. Molotov, Small innovation enterprise «KIAM Ballistics-Service»

07:00 - 04:25

Scattering Model for Grazing Impacts of Micro-Particles on Mirror Surfaces

Esfandiar Farahvashi, etamax Space GmbH

07:00 - 04:25

Calibration and Analysis of Orbital Accuracy through SST Observations

Noelia Sánchez-ortiz, Deimos Space

07:00 - 04:25

An overview of Design for Demise Technologies

Benedetta M. Cattani, TU Delft / ESA

07:00 - 04:25

Software and Hardware to operate a remote Telescope Station

Johannes Herzog, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR)

07:00 - 04:25

New SST Telescopes of Pampilhosa da Serra: studies on image processing algorithms and characterization of Space Debris

Bruno Coelho, Instituto de Telecomunicações

07:00 - 04:25

Collision Avoidance with Multiple Pulsing Manoeuvres

Litty Jose, ISRO

07:00 - 04:25

Importance of adding perturbations in the Optimized Boundary Value Initial Orbit Determination using shooting method

Harleen Kaur Mann, Astronomical Institute University of Bern

07:00 - 04:25

Time Accuracy improvements of SHOT sensor using GNSS orbits

Bohuslav Matouš, North-Bohemian Observatory and Planetarium in Teplice

07:00 - 04:25

Re-entry prediction for Microsat-TD with estimated drag scale factor

Prajesh T, ISRO

07:00 - 04:25

Streaks detection algorithm implemented in GPU for the Tomo-e camera at Kiso Observatory

Manuel Cegarra Polo, JAXA

07:00 - 04:25

Development and operational status of AGO70 telescope

Jiri Silha, Comenius University

07:00 - 04:25

Estimation of the uncertainties of the orbital lifetime of space debris

Despoina K. Skoulidou, ESA

07:00 - 04:25

Differential Algebra-based Orbit Determination with the Semi-analytical Propagator SADA

Gennaro Principe, Deimos Space

07:00 - 04:25

INVESTIGATION OF DIFFERENT INITIAL ORBIT DETERMINATION METHODS FOR RADAR BEAM PARK EXPERIMENTS

Matteo Budoni, Fraunhofer FHR

07:00 - 04:25

Design of pulsed waveforms for space debris detection with IT ATLAS

João Pandeirada, Instituto de Telecomunicações

07:00 - 04:25

A new time calibration method for telescope CCD cameras

Cosimo Marzo, Italian Space Agency

07:00 - 04:25

Satellite flight dynamics activities supported by optical observations, lessons learnt from operational experience

Noelia Sánchez-ortiz, Deimos Space

07:00 - 04:25

THE NEED FOR EVOLVING LEGAL FRAMEWORK FOR REGULATION OF SPACE DEBRIS CAUSED BY SATELLITE CONSTELLATIONS

Nikita S. Bhakare, ILS Law College, Pune

07:00 - 04:25

Assessment of a New Blended Whole Atmosphere Model in Reentry Services for SST as part of SWAMI H2020 Project

Daniel Lubián Arenillas, Deimos Space SLU

07:00 - 04:25

Can Uncertainty Propagation Solve the Mysterious Case of Snoopy ?

Thomas Caleb, ISAE-SUPAERO

07:00 - 04:25

Detection of in-plane orbital maneuvers from a catalogue of Geostationary objects

Phuong Linh Ngo, CNES

07:00 - 04:25

Combined effort of reflectance spectroscopy and BVRI photometry in the field of space debris characterization

Matej Zigo, Comenius University

07:00 - 04:25

Comparison of Initial Orbit Determination Methods for the Use in Sensor Networks

Colin Miller, Purdue University

07:00 - 04:25

The LEDSAT Mission: optical recognition and orbit determination of a self-illuminating payload on-board a 1U CubeSat

Paolo Marzioli, Sapienza University of Rome

07:00 - 04:25

AN OPEN-SOURCE SOLUTION FOR TLE BASED ORBIT DETERMINATION

Thomas Paulet, CS GROUP

07:00 - 04:25

Establishing a Community Approach to SST Core Software through a User Forum

Johannes Klug, ESA

07:00 - 04:25

The Geosynchronous Orbital region and reaching it from lower apogee altitudes

Despoina K. Skoulidou, ESA

07:00 - 04:25

SUTED –A detailed study for the application of the Flyeye Telescope to the Survey of the MEO orbital region.

Lorenzo Cibin, OHB Italia Spa

07:00 - 04:25

Support tools for NEO observers

Krzysztof Langner, ITTI sp. z o. o.

07:00 - 04:25

Manoeuvre detection and estimation based on sensor and orbital data

Alejandro Pastor, GMV

07:00 - 04:25

The Pressuring Need for legal certainty for space operators to mitigate and remove space debris

Mark Meegan, Researcher

07:00 - 04:25

Theory and Modelling of Laser Momentum Transfer for Space Debris deflection

Jouni Peltoniemi, Finnish Geospatial Research Institute FGI

07:00 - 04:25

AUTOMATED SATELLITES COLLISION RISK PREDICTION USING NEURAL ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS BASED APPROACH

Fatina L. Basmadji, University of Surrey

07:00 - 04:25

Orbital Escrow: Towards a Finance-based Framework to Ensure Responsible Decomissionsing

Mathana , Interplanetary Economist

07:00 - 04:25

AACOS : Automatic Analysis of Spatial Object Catalog

Flore Mounier, CAPGEMINI

07:00 - 04:25

Estimation of reflective properties from light curves of a H2A rocket body

Alessandro Vananti, AIUB

07:00 - 04:25

MACHINE LEARNING APPLIED TO THE OPTIMIZATION OF SST SENSOR TASKING

Igone Urdampilleta, CDTI

07:00 - 04:25

Performance analysis of a two node radar network geometry on orbit estimation accuracy

Cordula Knauf, Fraunhofer FHR

07:00 - 04:25

Integration of attitude characterization in a space debris catalogue using light curves

David Vallverdu Cabrera, Airbus Defence and Space GmbH

07:00 - 04:25

Research on short-arc orbit propagation method for space debris based on space-based photoelectric observation

Yunfan Lei, Beijing Institute of Control Engineering

07:00 - 04:25

e.Cube mission: the Environmental CubeSat

Camilla Colombo, Politecnico di Milano

07:00 - 04:25

The impact of space debris mitigation requirements on mission design choices: an overview from ESA Clean Space

Benedetta M. Cattani, TU Delft

07:00 - 04:25

Multi Debris Clearance Satellite from Leo Earth Orbit

Gourav Namta, TU Berlin

07:00 - 04:25

Conceptual design of a re-usable multipurpose tug with Grappling Mechanism for space debris mitigation

Sai Nikhil Allam, università del Salento

07:00 - 04:25

RISK AND RESILIENCE IN LIGHT OF SPACE DEBRIS THREAT

Olga Sokolova, Sirin Orbital Systems AG

07:00 - 04:25

Space debris mitigation using EDT and net-tethers

Vipul Mani, TU Berlin

07:00 - 04:25

The importance of engineering models for the prediction of debris for the legal authorization of launch.

Katarzyna Malinowska, Katarzyna Malinowska

07:00 - 04:25

SATELLITE LIFETIME AND SOLAR CYCLE PREDICTIONS

David Vallado, comspoc

07:00 - 04:25

How Low Can You Go: Advocating Very Low Earth Orbit as the Next Frontier for Satellite Operations

Yuk Chi Chan, Anchor Orbital Systems

07:00 - 04:25

Potential use of Microwave Kinetic Inductance Detectors (MKIDs) in space debris identification and tracking

Saeed Vahedikamal, UCL

07:00 - 04:25

EARLY PHASE RE-ENTRY ANALYSIS OF ESA EARTH OBSERVATION MISSIONS TO ADVANCE SATELLITE DESIGN CHOICES

Carmen Velarde, OHB System AG

07:00 - 04:25

Comparison between Multiple bare tethers and Single Bare Tether for Deorbiting satellites

Deepthi Narasimhan, Jain, Deemed to be University, Bengaluru

07:00 - 04:25

A Network-Based Evolutionary Model of the Space Environment

Giacomo Acciarini, University of Strathclyde

07:00 - 04:25

The need of an international space law regime to tackle space debris related concerns in the 21st century

Sajal Sharma, UPES Dehradun

07:00 - 04:25

The importance of the UN COPUOS in the Space Debris Mitigation : What evolution for UN COPUOS?

Hugo Peter, CDEF - University Jean Moulin LYON III

07:00 - 04:25

Improving the Resolution of Low Earth Orbit Objects Using Background Stars and Image Metrics for Extended Objects

Vishnu Anand Muruganandan, University of Canterbury

07:00 - 04:25

MIRAD - Micro-Particle Impact Related Attitude Disturbance

Patrik Kärräng, HTG GmbH

07:00 - 04:25

A survey of geosynchronous debris within within OSTS at NRIAG-Egypt

A.m. Abdelaziz, National Research Institute of Astronomy and Geophysics

07:00 - 04:25

Integrated manoeuvre detection and estimation using nonlinear Kalman filters during orbit determination of satellites

Christoph M. Bergmann, DLR

07:00 - 04:25

Classification of Resident Space Objects by shape and spin motion using neural networks and photometric light curves

Katiyayni Balachandran, University of Texas at Arlington

07:00 - 04:25

Mega-Constellations – A Holistic Approach to Debris Aspects

Mark A. Sturza, 3C Systems Company

07:00 - 04:25

Data Assimilation Modelling of the Thermosphere

Elizabeth George, University of Birmingham

07:00 - 04:25

OPERATIONAL REVIEW AND ANALYSIS OF THE S3T SURVEILLANCE RADAR

Cristina Perez Hernandez, CDTI

07:00 - 04:25

A Comprehensive Ranking Framework For Active Debris Removal Mission Candidates

Giacomo Borelli, Politecnico di Milano

07:00 - 04:25

The technical challenges posed on the SST services by the “New Space” Era, the Italian point of view

Carlo Albanese, Telespazio S.pA.

07:00 - 04:25

DEVELOPMENT OF HIGHLY DETAILED NUMERICAL MODEL OF FOAM CORE SANDWICH PANEL SUBJECTED TO MMOD IMPACT

Victor Babarinde, University of Manitoba

07:00 - 04:25

Orbital Decay Analysis for Debris Deorbiting CubeSats in LEO: A Case Study for the VELOX-II Deorbit Mission

Sarat Chandra Nagavarapu, Nanyang Technological University (NTU)

07:00 - 04:25

SIZE CHARACTERIZATION SYSTEM OF DEBRISAT FRAGMENTS: SYSTEM UPDATES AND CURRENT STATUS

Cesar C. Carrasquilla, University of Florida

07:00 - 04:25

Long-Term Data Analysis for Improved Risk Assessment regarding Orbital Assets

Valentin Eder, Space Analyses GmbH

07:00 - 04:25

Development of an orbital collision warning tool

João Pedro R. Silva, D-Orbit

07:00 - 04:25

Understanding Space Stations break-ups, a genetic algorithm attempt.

Silvia Sanvido, LSE Space GmbH

07:00 - 04:25

LEGAL ASPECTS OF LARGE SATELLITESPACE CONSTELLATIONS' DEBRIS IN LEO AND THE FUTURE SPACE ACTIVITIES OF DEVELOPING STATES

Aishin Barabi, Beihang University

07:00 - 04:25

Transforming Article VI of the Outer Space Treaty into an Effective Mechanism of Space Debris Mitigation

Luca Erhart, King's College London

07:00 - 04:25

Photometry of space debris at the Astronomical Observatory of Castelgrande in 2019-2021

Sergei Schmalz, KIAM RAS

07:00 - 04:25

Manoeuvre detection for near-orbiting objects

Rafael Vazquez Valenzuela, Universidad de Sevilla

07:00 - 04:25

Detection & Identification of On-Orbit Objects Using Machine Learning

Marcos D. Perez, Lift Me Off

07:00 - 04:25

Feasibility of Removing Space Debris Using a Laser

Junko Yamasaki, University of Tsukuba

07:00 - 04:25

GENERAL COLLISION AVOIDANCE MANEUVER DECISION ALGORITHM

Serkan Dural, Turkish Aerospace

07:00 - 04:25

Pursuit of Space Sustainability - Analysis the shades of unattended challenge of space debris

Yamika Khanna, Symbiosis Law School, Pune

07:00 - 04:25

The Analysis of the TLE Orbit Error and Collision Risk Assessment of Polar Orbit Satellites.

Xiaoli Xu, Purple Mountain Observatory, Chinese Academy of Sciences

07:00 - 04:25

Penetration Characteristics of Metal Harpoons with Various Tip Shapes for Capturing Debris

Yuto Tamaki, National Defense Academy of Japan

07:00 - 04:25

SATELLITES CONSTELLATIONS: GONNA CATCH’ EM ALL?

Alice Rivière, Airbus Defence and Space

07:00 - 04:25

A conceptual design framework for a circular space debris recapture, recycle, repurpose system: Space Volture project

Fatimah El-rashid, Imperial College London

07:00 - 04:25

Deep Feature-based Resident Space Object Recognition using Gradient Boosting Decision Tree

Fen Li, National Astronomical Observatories

07:00 - 04:25

GEO-FPN: A convolutional neural network for detecting GEO and near-GEO space objects from optical images

Rasit Abay, futurifai

07:00 - 04:25

Lunar orbital debris mitigation: characterisation of the environment and identification of disposal strategies

Paolo Guardabasso, ISAE-SUPAERO University of Toulouse

07:00 - 04:25

The Value of Space Debris

Frank Koch, Orbit Recycling