Coalesce research group LLC a non-profit organization takes the pleasure to invite you to participate in the international conference on Advances in Satellite and Space missions during June 15-16, 2020 at London, UK.
International conference on advances in satellite and space missions aims to provide a quality technical sessions for the academicians and professionals, researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of satellite and space research by covering all aspects of satellite systems, networks, components and services and remaining sessions of the conference. The conference focuses on new research results and challenges in the field of satellite & space missions. We are sure that our conference on advances in satellite and space missions (Satellite 2020) will be a unique opportunity for networking, get pleasure from a prime quality scientific program in the form of oral presentation & poster presentation, workshops, symposiums.
For more information regarding abstract submission for satellite & space missions conference, please contact program director satellite 2020.
Deans and professors from academia
Satellite and space researchers
Space agency executives
Satellite association heads
Young research scholars
Spacecraft ground control operators
Remote sensing agencies
Earth science researchers
Spacecraft and satellite engineers
Satellite launch vehicle manufacturers/ operators
Marshals and admirals in army
Satellite conference 2020 serves as an integrative gathering for the discussion and exchange of knowledge & ideas on the research, development, and applications.
We are pleased to invite you to attend International Conference on advances in Satellite & Space Missions. It is the most leading Satellite conference for experts and practitioners across academia and industry, covering all aspects of the Satellite & Space missions’ field in forms of oral presentations and poster presentations, exhibits and workshops showcases/video/ presentations and through E- poster.
Each of these topic areas is expanded below but the sub-topics list isn't thorough. Papers could address one or more of the listed sub-topics, although authors should not feel limited by them. Unlisted but related sub-topics are also acceptable, provided they fit in one of the subsequent main topic areas:
Satellite Communication System
Remote spatial sensing & GIS
Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
Advances in Antenna Technology
Satellite and Space Communications
Geo science and Geophysics
Mobile Satellite Communication Networks
Galaxy-Scale Satcom and Exploration Missions
Future of 3D Printing In Space
Signal Processing and Telecommunications
Materials Science and Applications in Space
Earthquake and Structural Dynamics
Geology and Soil Science
Climate Change and Weather Forecasting
Abstract submission rules:
- Practitioners & Experts from industry and academia work in the field of Satellite & Space
- Conference registration is required for presenting authors
- The presenting author will serve as the primary contact for all correspondence regarding the abstract.
- Submissions can be online or email are considered.
- There is no fee to submit abstracts.
- Abstract should be in mentioned format. Please check sample template for format
Note: All submitted submission will undergo Peer Review by our scientific committee would require week days or more to send notification.
There are plenty of great ways to learn and brush up your skills these days: you can read blogs, listen to podcasts, watch how-to videos on YouTube, and attend webinars. Why bother with the time and expense of an in-person conference or workshop?
Here are the 8 reasons to attend our Satellite Conference
- To Network
- Meet the experts & Influencers
- To expand your knowledge and find solution to problem
- To express your research papers and work to others
- Learn beyond your field of interest
- Added Research Value
- Find out what’s new
In today’s rapidly changing world, attending a conference has become a “must” to persist in an academic discipline. Many academics have become aware of this fact as the number of conferences and participants increase intensely. We look forward to collaborating with you at a Satellite and Space missions 2020!