Call for Abstract submission
PLEASE READ INSTRUCTIONS TO THE AUTHORS BELOW AND SUBMIT YOUR ABSTRACT AT THE END OF THIS PAGE
CONFERENCE DATES: 30 September - 2 October 2020
FINAL ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 25 September 2020
NOTIFICATIONS TO AUTHORS: 27 September 2020
FULL PRESENTATION/POSTER SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 27 September 2020
FULL PAPER SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 15 November 2020 (Optional)*
CONFERENCE REGISTRATION OPENS: 15 August 2020
CONFERENCE REGISTRATION CLOSES: 25 September 2020
* All accepted papers will be published in Conference proceedings publication and awarded with Classification of Scientific paper. If you prefer to participate with Abstract and Presentation only, only Abstract will be included in Conference proceedings.
** Due to limited number of speakers and participants, we advise to submit your Abstract or to register as soon as possible in order to secure your place at the Conference.
*** There is no participation fee for SEE Universe 2020.
**** Confirmed speakers are automatically registered.
***** Working language of the Conference shall be English.
SEE Universe 2020 shall cover a wide area of topics from three thematic sessions listed below.
We are inviting all interested individuals and/or companies, institutions, associations, governmental and non-governmental representatives to submit a paper from their respective space-related field.
Browse our thematic sessions and proposed topics and submit your abstract below.
Academia & Science
The aim of this panel session is to bring together key speakers from competent national, regional and international universities and organizations, covering wide array of space sciences and topics such as: space exploration, space law & policies, architecture, mechanics, engineering, satellite applications, remote sensing & GIS, propulsion systems, communication, microgravity, etc. Focus of this segment shall aim at national and regional speakers who would be given an opportunity to present their work at the international conference.
Industry 4.0, Innovation & Investments
This session will engage the industries to share their insight on space-related innovations and technology for the benefit of start-ups and emerging businesses from developing countries, such as Serbia and the Balkans. The start-ups, emerging industries and representatives from developed countries will also be provided opportunities to share their experiences and difficulties. The session aims to bring together private and public stakeholders, including potential investors and domestic job market.
Cooperation, Partnerships & SDGs
With main focus on multi-stakeholder partnerships as important vehicles for mobilizing and sharing knowledge, expertise, technologies and financial resources to support the achievement of the Sustainable development goals in all countries, particularly developing countries, this session emphasizes recognized "no country shall be left behind" motto regarding development of Space sector and activities. It will also serve as a forum to promote and improve regional and international cooperation.
SEE Universe 2020 shall cover a wide area of topics from three thematic sessions listed above.
We are inviting all interested individual and/or companies, institutions, associations, governmental and non-governmental representatives to submit a paper from their respective space-related field.
Proposed topics include, but are not limited to:
Space exploration and new legal challenges
Space applications, remote sensing & GIS
Space architecture and habitats
Mechanics, propulsion systems & engineering
Communication, transportation & navigation
Space sciences, medicine & microgravity research
Space applications and technology for developing countries
Open data programs
Space-related industries, start-ups and SMEs
IT, software, applications & robotics - new opportunities for start-ups
Why, what and how? Investing possibilities in developing countries
Industry 4.0 & innovation - joining a new Space race
Space for socio-economic development and sustainability
Regional, international and cooperation among space developing countries
Space utilisation and the Sustainable Development Goals
Environment and climate action
NewSpace - new Player(s)