The workshop will be held in the McCance Building at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland.
There will be 2 main sessions per day, with each presentation lasting 20 mins (including questions and discussion). In addition there will be workshops in the morning, up to two keynote talks per day, and 2 public talks planned for the evenings. Lunch will be provided, with coffee available throughout the day.
Invited evening public talks by:
- Tuesday 6th May 2014, "AVOIDING THE FATE OF THE DINOSAURS - the asteroid hazard after Chelyabinsk: new solutions for an old problem" by Dr Ettore Perozzi, DEIMOS Space SLU, Spain (this talk will be streamed live via the Stardust Youtube channel at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWhOjMXUgbU - this is the version with the decent audio)
- Thursday 8th May 2014, "Looking Towards The Galactic Frontier" by Dr Liz Williams, science fiction writer, UK (this talk will be streamed live via the Stardust Youtube channel at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Alvui5Xli0 )
Evening talks are open to the general public. To book a place contact Corporate Events at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0141 548 2245, indicating which event you will attend.
- "Space debris detection, evolution and disposal" by Dr. Camilla Colombo, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
- "Beyond NEOShield: A Roadmap for Near-Earth Object Impact Mitigation" by Prof. Alan Harris, NEOShield Project Coordinator, DLR Institute of Planetary Research, Germany.
- "Whom do you call when you see an asteroid coming?" by Dr. Detlef Koschny, Head of Space Situational Awareness Near-Earth Object (SSA-NEO) Team, ESA Solar System Missions Division (SRE-SM)
- "Electrostatic GEO Space Debris Mitigation" by Prof. Hanspeter Schaub, Aerospace Engineering Sciences Department, Colorado Center for Astrodynamics Research (CCAR), University of Colorado at Boulder, USA.
- "The Mechanics of Asteroids: Implications for Exploration and Mitigation" by Prof. Daniel J. Scheeres, Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences, Colorado Center for Astrodynamics Research, The University of Colorado at Boulder, USA.
- "An analytical theory of close encounters and keyholes" by Dr. Giovanni Valsecchi, INAF-IAPS, Rome, Italy
There will be three main themes, each divided into several sub-themes:
- Modelling and Simulation
- Orbital and Attitude Dynamics Modelling
- Long Term Orbit and Attitude Evolution
- Particle Cloud Modelling and Simulation
- Collision and Impact Modelling and Simulation
- Re-entry Modelling and Simulation
- Asteroid Origins and Characterisation
- Orbit and Attitude Estimation and Prediction
- Orbit and Attitude Determination
- Impact Prediction and Risk Analysis
- Active Removal/Deflection of Uncooperative Targets
- Mission Analysis
- Proximity Operations
- Active Removal/Deflection Control Under Uncertainty
- Active Removal/Deflection Technologies