The Hellenic Space Center is organizing two dynamic sessions at the upcoming IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS) in Athens, Greece, from July 7-12, 2024. Session CCS.41, titled “Financing the Future: Fostering Innovation in Space Technologies through Diverse Funding Mechanisms”, promises to be a hub of innovative ideas and groundbreaking developments, while session CCS.43, titled “Geology and Geophysics across the Solar System”, promises to showcase exciting results and new methods on remote sensing data analysis for solar system studies.
Financing the Future: Fostering Innovation in Space Technologies through Diverse Funding Mechanisms
In this rapidly evolving space sector, understanding and leveraging diverse funding mechanisms is crucial. This session aims to unravel the complex web of financing options available to space innovators. We will bring together a wide array of stakeholders – from Space Agencies and leading industry firms to prominent research institutes – to share their insights and experiences.
Geology and Geophysics across the Solar System
Our session welcomes studies focused on the surfaces and subsurfaces of inner and outer solar system bodies such as planets, moons, and asteroids based but not limited on analyses of various remote sensing data. Interdisciplinary and comparative studies of terrestrial volcanic/tectonic systems with a strong remote sensing component are encouraged, as well as studies on terrestrial analogues that help understanding the working mechanisms of outer space bodies and vice versa.
- Abstract Submission Deadline: January 5th, 2024
- Notification of Acceptance: March 15th, 2024
- Accepted Paper Registration Deadline: May 30th, 2024
- IGARSS 2024 Conference: July 7th – 12th, 2024
Submit your abstract and be a part of this groundbreaking session. Let’s shape the future of space exploration and innovation together!