Call for papers

The 2015 International Conference on Space Science and Communication (IconSpace2015) will be held from 10-12 August 2015. The IconSpace2015 with a theme “Space Technology for Humanity” is a premier forum for academicians, scientists, engineers and students to interact and disseminate information on the latest developments in space science, communication and technological advances. Prospective authors are invited to submit papers for presentation and publication in conference proceedings describing the state-of the-art research and development. Proceedings of IconSpace2009, IconSpace2011 and IconSpace2013 has been indexed in ISI Web of Science (WoS), SCOPUS and IEEE Xplore. As practiced in the previous IconSpace conferences, the proceedings of IconSpace2015 with ISSN will be published in the IEEE Xplore database. Potential conference topics are solicited in, but are not limited to the following technical areas:

Track 1: Astrophysics and Astronomy
• Solar system
• Solar physics
• Stars, exoplanet and stellar system
• Galaxies, AGN and cosmology
• Compact object, high energy and particle astrophysics
• Astronomical instrumentation
• Historical astronomy, education astronomy and public outreach

Track 2: Atmospheric Sciences
• Space weather
• Upper atmosphere
• Lower atmosphere
• Pollution and climate change

Track 3: Geosciences and Remote Sensing
• Remote sensing applications
• Environmental sciences
• Geographic information system

Track 4: Satellite and Communication Technology
• Antenna for space communication
• Wireless communications via satellite
• Satellite networks and networking
• Satellite navigation and positioning systems
• Satellite communication and broadcast systems
• Telemedicine and e-health using satellite technology
• Satellite control systems
• Satellite, nanosatellite and payload design
• Satellite development and manufacturing

Track 5: Disaster Management
• Satellite technology in disaster management
• Communication services and collaborative technologies for emergency support systems
• ICT roles for emergency response teams
• Geo-Information technologies for disaster management
• Policy on disaster management and Preparedness
• Disaster Impact on Socio-Economy

Track 6: Space and Climate Change & Others
• Space climate observations
• Solar variations and climatic change relationship
• Space technology applications in climate change
• Detection of anthropogenic climate change and natural variability
• Mitigation and adaptation of global warming

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