United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs

Scientific and Technical Subcommittee: 2011
Forty-eighth session
7-18 February 2011

 

The following technical presentations were made at the 48th session of Scientific and Technical Subcommittee.

Monday, 7 February 2011
Summary of APRSAF-17:The role of space technology and industry in addressing climate change
Y. Horikawa, Japan
Powerpoint Presentation
Analysis of modes and estimation of costs to decrease the level of space contamination during space missions realization
N. Eismont, L. Zelenyi, V. Nazarov, Russian Federation
Powerpoint Presentation

Tuesday, 8 February 2011
ESA's New Integrated Applications Promotion (IAP) & User Driven Satellite Missions
A. Ginati, ESA
Powerpoint Presentation
Enhancing global Cooperation in satellite based Emergency Mapping
S. Voigt, Germany
Powerpoint Presentation
Introduction of United Nations/Japan Long-term Fellowship Programme on Nano-Satellite Technologies
Hosted by Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan
Doctorate in Nano-Satellite Technologies (DNST)

K. Kimura and M. Cho, Japan
Powerpoint Presentation
Alsat-2A
T. Iftene, Algeria
Powerpoint Presentation
The role of TUBITAK for recent developments in the field of space in Turkey
Mr. Y. E. Arslantaş, Turkey
Powerpoint Presentation
Recommendations from the Space Generation Congress 2010: Input from the Next Generation of Space Sector Leaders on the Development of Space
A. Kapoglou, SGAC
Powerpoint Presentation

Wednesday, 9 February 2011
Project Catch: A Space-Based Solution for Illegal, Unregulated & Unreported Fishing
E. Detsis, ISU
Powerpoint Presentation
100 years of the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
R. Sandau, ISPRS
Powerpoint Presentation
National company Kazakhstan Gharysh Sapary
M. R. Nurguzhin, Kazakhstan
Powerpoint Presentation
Space technology application for disaster reduction in China
T. Tang, China
Powerpoint Presentation
Space activities in 2010: Tunisia
T. Sahli, Tunisia
Powerpoint Presentation

Highlights on the Italian contribution to Space Science. The AGILE mission
AGILE Mission Highlights
M.Tavani
Powerpoint Presentation
Highlights on the Italian contribution to Space Science
E. Flamini
Powerpoint Presentation

Thursday, 10 February 2011
Extreme Space Weather
L. Guhathakurta, USA
Powerpoint Presentation
"From Research to Operations - Ongoing and planned European and International Space Weather Projects
V. Bothmer, Germany
Powerpoint Presentation
Reception, interpretation and utilization of satellite images received by UN-SPIDER during earthquake and tsunami which affected Chile on 27 February 2010
E. González, Chile
Powerpoint Presentation
The 10th anniversary of the International Charter Space and Major Disasters
J. Bigot, ESA
Presentation
Four-dimensional Earth Observation: Space and Time
F. Serban, Romania
Powerpoint Presentation
Satellite-based Soil Moisture Information for Flood Risk Assessment - the case of the 2010 Pakistan floods
R. Kidd and M. Fleiss, Austria
Powerpoint Presentation
International Space Weather Initiative Update
J. Davila, USA
Powerpoint Presentation
Study of the ion fluxes in the vicinity of Earth
S.A. Voronov, Russian Federation
Powerpoint Presentation

Friday, 11 February 2011
International charter: Monitoring and Management Support for Disaster Response
T. Stryker, USA
Powerpoint Presentation
Remote sensing of the earth's atmosphere with navigation satellites: recent results (from GFZ)
J. Wickert, Germany
Powerpoint Presentation
Upgrade on Japan's contribution to the international space weather initiative
K. Yumoto, Japan
Powerpoint Presentation
Chinese ground-based space weather monitoring project
C. Wang, China
Powerpoint Presentation
Institutional framework of the project IGMAS: international global monitoring aerospace system
S. Cherkas, Russian Federation
Powerpoint Presentation
Management of 2010 Floods in Pakistan using Satellite Technology
I. Imran, Pakistan
Powerpoint Presentation

Monday, 14 February 2011
Activities of the Space Foundation
B. Curry, USA
Powerpoint Presentation
Procedure for risk assessment and identification of best practices to support the Working Group on Long-term sustainability
A. Kato, Japan
Powerpoint Presentation
The Fifth International Committee on Global Navigation Satellite Systems (Turin, 18-22 October 2010): main achievements
M. Caporale, Italy
Powerpoint Presentation

European Union's draft Code of Conduct for Outer Space
Presentation on Transparency and Confidence-Building Measures (TCBM) for Space Security
J. Robinson, ESPI
Powerpoint Presentation
A Code of Conduct for Outer Space
J. Mayence
Powerpoint Presentation

Symposium on Planetary Protection
Planetary protection overview: the role of COSPAR in international missions
J. Rummel, USA
Powerpoint Presentation
Mars lives? A planet worth protecting, either way
C. Cockell, UK
Powerpoint Presentation
The international Mars exploration program and current planetary protection measures
G. Kminek, ESA
Powerpoint Presentation
Outer planet satellites as potential crucibles for life: extraterrestrial and terrestrial
K. Hand, USA
Powerpoint Presentation
Planetary protection beyond the living world: the role of COSPAR in future exploration missions and in preserving and promoting science
P. Ehrenfreund, USA
Powerpoint Presentation
"We lost Pluto? Future steps in preserving planets, satellites and small solar systems bodies
J. Rummel, USA
Powerpoint Presentation

Tuesday, 15 February 2011
Sharing space situational awareness (SSA)
G. Leeder, USA
Powerpoint Presentation
First scientific light of the GMT, millimetric telescope
A. Grovas, Mexico
Powerpoint Presentation
U.S. Space debris environment and operational updates
N. Johnson, USA
Powerpoint Presentation
The Washington Summit of the Heads of Space Agencies in November 2010
O. Ventskovsky, IAA
Powerpoint Presentation
Planetary Defense Conferences: Sharing Information on NEO Threats and Mitigation
W. Ailor, IAA
Powerpoint Presentation
Towards Long-term sustainability of Space Activities: Overcoming the Challenges of Space Debris
R. Jaku, IAASS
Powerpoint Presentation
Space debris mitigation activities at the European Space Agency
H. Klinkrad, ESA
Powerpoint Presentation
Results from the near-earth objects mission planning and operations group workshop
T. Jones, ASE
Powerpoint Presentation
A summary of the Galaxy 15 situation and its impact on space sustainability
B. Weeden, SWF , ESA
Powerpoint Presentation

Wednesday, 16 February 2011
German national space situation awareness centre
O. Holzhauer and T. Blaette, Germany
Powerpoint Presentation
Spaceguard program
D. Yeomans, USA
Powerpoint Presentation
Two space debris issues: long-term cost of satellite operations and refining re-entry disposal hazards
W. Ailor, IAASS
Powerpoint Presentation
The Inter-Agency Space Debris Coordination Committee - an overview of the Inter-Agency Space Debris Coordination Committee scope and its activities"
M. Metz, IADC
Powerpoint Presentation
Dawn of the age of solar system exploration-Hayabusa, Ikaros, and future
T. Yamada, Japan
Powerpoint Presentation
Terrestrial benefits of research on extraterrestrial constructions
C. Toklu, Turkey
Powerpoint Presentation
Towards national near-Earth objects program
B. Shustov, Russian Federation
Powerpoint Presentation
Overview on 2010 space debris activities in France
F. Alby, France
Powerpoint Presentation

Thursday, 17 February 2011
China's lunar exploration program
W. Zhao, China
Powerpoint Presentation
Review of events occurred in geostationary region in 2010 based on data obtained by ISON international network
V. Agapov, Russian Federation
Powerpoint Presentation
High resolution imaging applications in India
D. Gowrisankar, India
Powerpoint Presentation
Scientific activities on space weather research in India
R. Ramachandran, India
Powerpoint Presentation
Activity of the Russian Federation on space debris problem
S. Loginov, Russian Federation
Powerpoint Presentation
Detection and warning automated system of hazardous situations in Near-Earth Space (NES). State and perspective of development.
N. Sokolov, Russian Federation
Powerpoint Presentation

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