Dec 6 – 8, 2023
Europe/Amsterdam timezone

Abstracts submission

  • Opening day
  • Submission deadline

Contributions will be welcome in all topics of interest for the European spacecraft/plasma community at large.

For the 29th edition we are especially encouraging contributions relevant to the following topics :

  • Evolution of Internal Charging analyses and models, real time approaches
  • Dust charging effects and interactions with systems in the context of lunar exploration and e.g. Deep Space Gateway
  • Platform effects on Plasma measurements onboard Scientific missions
  • Measurements of the Earth plasmasphere , data exploitation and gaps
  • Electrical propulsion and plumes interaction with spacecraft, modelling and experiments, flight data analysis
  • High Performance computing and application to numerical codes for spacecraft-plasma interactions

Contributions addressing all other aspects such as :

  • Evolution of surface and internal charging environments and standards
  • Material properties (measurements, new materials, etc ..)
  • Ground and space based experiments for surface and internal charging
  • Electric propulsion driven plasma environments, electrical orbit raising
  • Innovative numerical methods and approaches for surface and internal charging applications
  • Charging of Cubesats, Nanosats, effects on (miniaturised) instrumentation
  • Plasma (instrumentation and spacecraft electrostatic cleanliness)
  • Simulation tools performances, current and future developments, interoperability between tools

are also welcome.

Please note that the deadline to submit an abstract is October 14th, 18:00CET

The call for abstracts is closed.