3rd IAA/AAS SciTech Forum 2020
INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC EVENT
4th BRICS SCITECH FORUM 2023
NOVEMBER 28 – DECEMBER 1, 2023
November 28, 2023
12 Higlight Lecturers
12 Thematic Sessions
RUDN University hosts the
4th BRICS SciTech Forum 2023
including two conferences:
4th BRICS Conference on Space Flight Mechanics
4th BRICS Conference on Space Structures and Materials
Dates: November 28 – December 1, 2023.
Hybrid Format: on-site and distant. Payment is provided only for on-site participation. The participation in distant format is free.
Venue: RUDN University, Moscow, Russia is the only university in the world that unites students and specialists from more than 160 countries, a meeting point for different cultures and viewpoints, and at the same time – an expanding platform for space education, a place for research and discussion.
Working language – English.
Abstract Submission Deadline: November 15, 2023
Paper and Presentation Submission: November 20, 2023
( the paper submission could be postponed after Forum end in coordination with Program Committee )
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The 1st IAA SciTech Forum on Space Flight Mechanics and Space Structures and Materials (SciTech Forum 2018) was held on November 13-15, 2018 by RUDN University in Moscow. This was the first in a series of events organized by the International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) with the cooperation of the American Astronautical Society (AAS) that may became a good tradition in the future.
SciTech Forum 2018 was attended by leading scientists from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA), Tsinghua University (China), McGill University (Canada), The University of Texas at Austin (USA), Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg (Germany), Moscow State University (Russia), Pennsylvania State University (USA), China University of Science and Technology (Taiwan), Freie Universitaet Berlin (Germany), University of Colorado Boulder (USA), Texas A&M University (USA), Sapienza University of Rome (Italy), University of Arizona (USA), Bauman Moscow State Technical University (Russia), University at Buffalo SUNY (USA), Dalian University of Technology (India), Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece), Ryerson University (Canada) and other.
The final program consisted of more than 85 of high-quality presentations and 13 highlight lectures, that were organized in two parallels conferences (IAA Conference on Space Flight Mechanics and IAA Conference on Space Structures and Materials) and five thematic sessions in each conference.