Tartu Conference on Space Science and Technology

Karoli Kahn | 23.09.2014

Honoring the latest achievements regarding technology of nanosatellites, Tartu Observatory invites to celebrate its 50th anniversary with the Tartu Conference on Space Science and Technology held on September 23 - 24, 2014 in Tõravere, Estonia. 

Tartu Conference on Space Science and Technology is organized in conjunction with the International Scientific Conference “Baltic Applied Astroinformatics and Space data Processing” (BAASP) that has been held twice already at the Ventspils University College, Latvia. Continuing the tradition of BAASP, the Tartu Conference on Space Science and Technology intends to bring together experienced scientists and enthusiastic students.

Key Topics:

  • Technology of Nanosatellites
  • Innovative and Future Missions and Experiments for Nanosatellites
  • Methods for Analysis of Large Data Amounts
  • Educational Programs in Space Technology
  • Development of International Research Networks

Selected presenters will be recommended for publishing a research article in the Proceedings of Estonian Academy of Sciences (indexed in Web of Science, Scopus etc.)

Scientific Organizing Committee: Mart Noorma, Anu Reinart, and Riho Vendt from Tartu Observatory (Estonia), Valdis Avotiņš, Normunds Jekabsons, and Juris Zagars from Ventspils University College (Latvia), and Pekka Janhunen from Finnish Meteorological Institute (Finland)

Local Organizing committee: Mart Noorma, Katrina Kalniņa, Tiia Lillemaa, Riho Vendt, Tõnu Veeranna, Viljo Allik. Organizing volunteers Kaviraj Murugesan, Kerli Prants, Mario Fernández Palos, Karoli Kahn, Astrid Pung and Toivo Värbu.

The presentations can be observed live at the internet address http://tstc2014.to.ee/

Source: http://tstc2014.to.ee/