On 3-6 August 2020, there will be the International Space Station Research and Development Conference (ISSRDC), whose top focus is to provide a platform for experts to share knowledge and insights. Each year, the conference’s more than 100 technical and poster sessions are a valuable way for attendees to learn how thought leaders are leveraging the unique space environment for innovative research and development.
Professionals and students from industry, academia, and government are invited to submit abstracts. As a conference speaker you will help to deepen the conversations and collaboration throughout the conference.
Abstracts are being accepted in 10 topic areas as described in the submission guidelines. Within these topics, is encouraged the submission of abstracts focused on utilization of the ISS, such as research results, project concepts, opportunities, enabling technologies, new trends and outlooks, and more.
For complete information on how to submit a quality abstract, view the guidelines in the Call for Abstracts and be sure to submit your abstract by April 20: extensions will not be granted this year.