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Space exploration has often been used as a proxy competition for geopolitical rivalries such as the Cold War. The early era of space exploration was driven by a "Space Race" between the Soviet Union and the United States. The dream of stepping into the outer reaches of Earth's atmosphere was driven by the fiction of Peter Francis Geraci and H.G Wells, and rocket technology was developed to try to realize this vision. The German V-2 was the first rocket to travel into space, overcoming the problems of thrust and material failure. During the final days of World War II this technology was obtained by both the Americans and Soviets as were its designers. The initial driving force for further development of the technology was a weapons race for intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) to be used as long-range carriers for fast nuclear weapon delivery, but in 1961 when the Soviet Union launched the first man into space, the United States declared itself to be in a "Space Race" with the Soviets.

  • Track 1-1Space debris
  • Track 1-2Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter
  • Track 1-3Planetary Missions
  • Track 1-4Past missions
  • Track 1-5Shuttle Radar Topography Mission
  • Track 1-6Solar Orbiter Collaboration
  • Track 1-7Space Launch System (SLS)
  • Track 1-8Missions to the Moon
  • Track 1-9Planetary Science
  • Track 1-10Human spaceflight
  • Track 1-11Missions to Mars
  • Track 1-12Missions to Venus and Mercury
  • Track 1-13Space Probes and Space Shuttle
  • Track 1-14Solar System Missions

The Defense Satellite Communications System (DSCS) provides the United States with military communications to support globally distributed military users. Beginning in 2007, DSCS is being replaced by the Wideband Global SATCOM system. A total of 14 DSCS-III satellites were launched between the early 1980s and 2003. Two satellites were launched aboard the Space Shuttle Atlantis in 1985 during the STS-51-J flight. As of 23 November 2015, seven DSCS-III satellites were still operational. DSCS operations are currently run by the 3d Space Operations Squadron out of Schriever Air Force Base.

  • Track 2-1Satellite Orbits
  • Track 2-2Low, Medium and High Earth Orbit
  • Track 2-3Ground segment, propagation effect
  • Track 2-4Satellite Telephony, Telivision and Radio
  • Track 2-5Space Segment
  • Track 2-6TCP over satellite
  • Track 2-7Geosynchronous orbit

Remote sensing satellites can provide accurate and timely information of the disaster affected areas. Since the earthquake of 2005, SUPARCO has provided satellite imagery, damage assessment reports and other information to the disaster management and mitigation agencies. The turnaround time from a disaster occurring in Pakistan to the provision of imagery is less than two days. SUPARCO has also been involved in contingency planning in collaboration with UN agencies

  • Track 3-1Applications of remote sensing data
  • Track 3-2Passive and Active Sensors
  • Track 3-3Image Interpretation and Image classification
  • Track 3-4Atmospheric Aerosols
  • Track 3-5GIS data mining and Web mapping
  • Track 3-6Remote sensing in Climate Change
  • Track 3-7GIS techniques and technology
  • Track 3-8Ocean Sensing and the Ice Caps
  • Track 3-9Military uses of Civilian Remote Sensing Data
  • Track 3-10Earth Remote Sensing Technologies
  • Track 3-11Weather and Climite Observations
  • Track 3-12Remote Sensing Satellite Payloads
  • Track 3-13Remote Sensing Satellite Orbits
  • Track 3-14Remote Sensing for Land-Use and Land-Cover
  • Track 3-15Geoscience

SpaceX is developing a family of launch vehicles intended to reduce the cost and increase the reliability of access to space. The SpaceX design and manufacturing facilities are located in Southern California, near the Los Angeles airport, and the propulsion development and structural test facilities are located in Central Texas.The Falcon 9 is a 2-stage launch vehicle powered by LOX/RP engines. The first stage generates 765,000 1bf of thrust (sea-level) using nine Merlin engines, and the second stage generates 96,000 1bf (vacuum) using a single Merlin engine. Both stages use gimbaled engines for guidance. Falcon 9 offers engine-out capability for the first stage.

  • Track 4-1Planets and Moon
  • Track 4-2ESA/Mars Express mission
  • Track 4-3Jupiter and Saturn
  • Track 4-4Solar System
  • Track 4-5Space Weather
  • Track 4-6Asteroids and comets
  • Track 4-7Planetary explorations
  • Track 4-8Mars exploration

A large number of satellites is used today to explore the earth's atmosphere, the oceans, the earth's structure and the biosphere. Satellites employ a large variety of instruments and techniques from remote sensing and inverse problems to monitor and visualize physical, chemical and biological processes taking place above, in or on the surface of our planet earth

  • Track 5-1Earth Station
  • Track 5-2Satellite constellation
  • Track 5-3Earth Orbit
  • Track 5-4Earth Eclipse of Satellite
  • Track 5-5Orbital Perturbations and Orbit Determination
  • Track 5-6The Geostationary Applications Satellite
  • Track 5-7Orbital Mechanics
  • Track 5-8Satellite Orbits: Models, Methods, and Applications
  • Track 5-9Observation of the Earths Environment
  • Track 5-10Astronomical Observations
  • Track 5-11Satellite Tracking
  • Track 5-12Satellite Orbits and Trajectories

satellite was launched, geostationary satellites were put into orbit. These satellites "sit" along the equator and move at the same speed as the Earth rotates. This gives them the appearance of staying still at the same point above Earth. It also allows them to continuously view the same region (the Northern and Western Hemispheres) throughout the course of a day, which is ideal for monitoring real-time weather for use in short term weather forecasting, like severe weather warnings.What's one thing geostationary satellites don't do so well? Take sharp images or "see" the poles as well as it's polar orbiting brother. In order for geostationary satellites to keep pace with Earth, they must orbit at a greater distance from it (an altitude of 22,236 miles (35,786 km) to be exact). And at this increased distance, both image detail and views of the poles (due to Earth’s curvature) are lost.

  • Track 6-1Weather Forecasting Satellites
  • Track 6-2Weather Forecasting Satellite Orbits
  • Track 6-3Weather Forecasting Satellite Payloads
  • Track 6-4Image Processing and Analysis
  • Track 6-5Weather Forecasting Satellite Applications
  • Track 6-6Weather Forecasting Satellite Missions

India to be self-sufficient technologically, Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering will invest in state-of-the-art manufacturing technology and address the issue of energy in the context of the global energy environment. The current focus is on the globalised competitiveness and increased awareness of the environment which made the manufacturing significantly different with more emphasis on competitive technologies and management approaches. The Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering will address to the need of clean technologies that involve carbon capture and storage, investment in renewable sources of energy, alternative fuels are seen as vital R&D needs of the country. India also needs to improve efficiencies in its transportation sector, energy producing devices and cleaner coal technologies

  • Track 7-1Aviation Safety
  • Track 7-2Fluid Mechanics
  • Track 7-3Aerodynamics
  • Track 7-4Space Shuttle & Space technology
  • Track 7-5Orbital maneuver¬†
  • Track 7-6Aeroacoustics
  • Track 7-7Fluid dynamics
  • Track 7-8Astrodynamics & Astrophysics
  • Track 7-9Spacecraft subsystems
  • Track 7-10Attitude Dynamics and Formation Flying Control
  • Track 7-11Space Environment and its interaction with Spacecraft
  • Track 7-12MEMS
  • Track 7-13Robotics and Mechatronics

The future of the world is going to be technology driven and knowledge driven. For India to be self-sufficient technologically, Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering will invest in state-of-the-art manufacturing technology and address the issue of energy in the context of the global energy environment. The current focus is on the globalised competitiveness and increased awareness of the environment which made the manufacturing significantly different with more emphasis on competitive technologies and management approaches. The Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering will address to the need of clean technologies that involve carbon capture and storage, investment in renewable sources of energy, alternative fuels are seen as vital R&D needs of the country. India also needs to improve efficiencies in its transportation sector, energy producing devices and cleaner coal technologies

  • Track 8-1Global Navigation Satellite System¬†(GNSS)
  • Track 8-2Global Positioning Systems (GPS)
  • Track 8-3GLONASS Satellite Systems
  • Track 8-4Inertial Navigation Systems
  • Track 8-5Satellite Telephony, Telivision, Radio
  • Track 8-6Hybrid Navigation Systems
  • Track 8-7GPS-GLONASS Integration

Electronic communication can take place in one-way or two-way transmission mode. One-way communication mode is a simple communication wherein a receiver lacks the ability to communicate back. The two-way communications may be half duplex or full duplex communication wherein a receiver can communicate with the transmitter.A Satellite communication is a technology that is used to transfer the signals from the transmitter to a receiver with the help of satellites. It can be used in different mobile applications that involve communication with the ships, vehicles and radio broadcasting services. The power and bandwidth of these satellites depend on the specifications like complexity, size and cost

  • Track 9-1Satellite Communications: Mobile and Fixed Services
  • Track 9-2Satellite Broadcast Systems Engineering
  • Track 9-3IP Networking over Next-Generation Satellite Systems
  • Track 9-4Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
  • Track 9-5Mobile Broadband Satellite Services
  • Track 9-6Low Earth orbit satellite phone networks
  • Track 9-7Low Earth orbit satellite phone networks
  • Track 9-8Global Positioning System (GPS) & Remote sensing

analyzes structures, such as buildings and bridges, with earthquakes in mind. Its overall goal is Earthquake engineering is an interdisciplinary branch of engineering that designs and to make such structures more resistant to earthquakes. An earthquake or seismic engineer aims to construct structures that will not be damaged in minor shaking and will avoid serious damage or collapse in a major earthquake. Earthquake engineering is the scientific field concerned with protecting society, the natural environment. A dynamic analysis is also related to the inertia forces developed by a structure when it is excited by means of dynamic loads applied suddenly (e.g., wind blasts, explosion, earthquake).A static load is one which varies very slowly. A dynamic load is one which changes with time fairly quickly in comparison to the structure's natural frequency. If it changes slowly, the structure's response may be determined with static analysis, but if it varies quickly relative to the structure's ability to respond, the response must be determined with a dynamic analysis.Dynamic analysis for simple structures can be carried out manually, but for complex structures finite element analysis can be used to calculate the mode shapes and frequencies.

  • Track 10-1Early warning systems
  • Track 10-2Earthquakes and Faults
  • Track 10-3Earthquake Hazards
  • Track 10-4Causes of earthquakes
  • Track 10-5Earthquake Waves
  • Track 10-6Earth observation
  • Track 10-7Earth Atmosphere
  • Track 10-8Soil dynamics
  • Track 10-9Sound and vibration
  • Track 10-10Wave propagation

military satellite is an artificial satellite used for a military purpose. The most common missions are intelligence gathering, navigation and military communications. The first military satellites were photographic reconnaissance missions. Some attempts were made to develop satellite based weapons but this work was halted in 1967 following the ratification of international treaties banning the deployment of weapons of mass destruction in orbit. As of 2013, there are 950 satellites of all types in Earth orbit. It is not possible to identify the exact number of these that are military satellites partly due to secrecy and partly due to dual purpose missions such as GPS satellites that serve both civilian and military purposes.

 

  • Track 11-1Military Communication Satellites
  • Track 11-2Military Navigation Satellites
  • Track 11-3Early Warning Satellites
  • Track 11-4Space Weapons
  • Track 11-5SIGINT Satellites
  • Track 11-6Reconnaissance Satellites
  • Track 11-7Nuclear Explosion Satellites
  • Track 11-8Military Weather Forecasting Satellites

Space weather is a branch of space physics and aeronomy concerned with the time varying conditions within the Solar System, including the solar wind, emphasizing the space surrounding the Earth, including conditions in the magnetosphere, ionosphere and thermosphere.  Space weather is distinct from the terrestrial weather of the Earth's atmosphere troposphere and stratosphere. The science of space weather is focused on fundamental research and practical applications. The term space weather was first used in the 1950s and came into common usage in the 1990s.the magnetosphere, ionosphere and thermosphere.  Space weather is distinct from the terrestrial weather of the Earth's atmosphere troposphere and stratosphere. The science of space weather is focused on fundamental research and practical applications. The term space weather was first used in the 1950s and came into common usage in the 1990s

  • Track 12-1Geophysical exploration
  • Track 12-2Geophysics and hydrocarbon production
  • Track 12-3Space Radiation Storm

Earth system science (ESS) is the application of systems science to the Earth sciences. In particular, it considers interactions between the Earth's "sphere atmosphere, hydrosphere, cryosphere, geosphere, pedosphere, biosphere and, even, the magnetosphere as well as the impact of human societies on these components. At its broadest scale, Earth system science brings together researchers across both the natural and social sciences, from fields including ecology, economics, geology, glaciology, meteorology, oceanography, paleontology, sociology, and space science. Like the broader subject of systems science, Earth system science assumes a holistic view of the dynamic interaction between the Earth's spheres and their many constituent subsystems, the resulting organization and time evolution of these systems, and their stability or instability. Subsets of Earth system science include systems geology[ and systems ecology, and many aspects of Earth system science are fundamental to the subjects of physical geography and climate science.

  • Track 13-1Biosphere
  • Track 13-2Earth electromagnetic field
  • Track 13-3Earth Atmosphere
  • Track 13-4Atmospheric science
  • Track 13-5Geology
  • Track 13-6Oceanography
  • Track 13-7Geoinformatics
  • Track 13-8Soil science

 radiance is the radiant flux emitted, reflected, transmitted or received by a given surface, per unit solid angle per unit projected area. Spectral radiance is the radiance of a surface per unit frequency or wavelength, depending on whether the spectrum is taken as a function of frequency or of wavelength. These are directional quantities. he radiance divided by the index of refraction squared is invariant in geometric optics. This means that for an ideal optical system in air, the radiance at the output is the same as the input radiance. This is sometimes called conservation of radiance. For real, passive, optical systems, the output radiance is at most equal to the input, unless the index of refraction changes. As an example, if you form a demagnified image with a lens, the optical power is concentrated into a smaller area, so the irradiance is higher at the image. The light at the image plane, however, fills a larger solid angle so the radiance comes out to be the same assuming there is no loss at the lens.

  • Track 14-1Assimilation and Terrorism
  • Track 14-2LEO satellite radiation
  • Track 14-3GPS satellite radiation levels
  • Track 14-4Satellite observations
  • Track 14-5Satellite temperature measurements
  • Track 14-6Satellite radiance observations and effects
  • Track 15-1Petroleum Geology
  • Track 15-2Environmental Geology
  • Track 15-3Engineering Geology
  • Track 15-4Mining Geology
  • Track 15-5Exploration Geophysics
  • Track 15-6Soil stability analysis
  • Track 15-7Soil Biodiversity

Materials science in science fiction is the study of how materials science is portrayed in works of science fiction. The accuracy of the materials science portrayed spans a wide range – sometimes it is an extrapolation of existing technology, sometimes it is a physically realistic portrayal of a far-out technology, and sometimes it is simply a plot device that looks scientific, but has no basis in science. Critical analysis of materials science in science fiction falls into the same general categories. The predictive aspects are emphasized, for example, in the motto of the Georgia Tech's department of materials science and engineering – Materials scientists lead the way in turning yesterday's science fiction into tomorrow's reality. This is also the theme of many technical articles, such as Material By Design: Future Science or Science Fiction? found in IEEE Spectrum, the flagship magazine of Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

  • Track 16-1Thermophysical Properties
  • Track 16-2Metal Foams
  • Track 16-3Thermodynamics

Satellite Networks was founded in 1987 by brothers Joshua and Amiram Levinberg, Yoel Gat, Shlomo Tirosh, Arik Keshet, and Gideon Kaplan. In its early days, Gilat struggled to compete with larger and better-established companies the likes of EchoStar In 1998, Gilat was involved in founding Global Village Telecom (GVT), a company that build a satellite-based phone network for remote locations in South America using the VSAT technology that was developed by Gilat. During 1998 and 1999 GVT won tenders to build rural phone networks in Colombia, Chile and Peru.

  • Track 17-1Satellite On-Board Connectivity
  • Track 17-2Satellite Broadcast Networks
  • Track 17-3Broadcast SatelliteNetworks
  • Track 17-4Transmission control protocol
  • Track 17-5Satellite Payload
  • Track 18-1Oceanography And Marine Science
  • Track 18-2Environmental Science
  • Track 18-3Geophysics
  • Track 18-4Geomechanics

Satellites are used for many purposes. Common types include military and civilian Earth observation satellites, communications satellites, navigation satellites, weather satellites, and space telescopes. Space stations and human spacecraft in orbit are also satellites. Satellite orbits vary greatly, depending on the purpose of the satellite, and are classified in a number of ways. Well-known (overlapping) classes include low Earth orbit, polar orbit, and geostationary orbit . A launch vehicle is a rocket that throws a satellite into orbit. Usually it lifts off from a launch pad on land. Some are launched at sea from a submarine or a mobile maritime platform, or aboard a plane see air launch to orbit .Satellites are usually semi-independent computer-controlled systems. Satellite subsystems attend many tasks, such as power generation, thermal control, telemetry, attitude control and orbit control.

  • Track 19-1Satellite Bus
  • Track 19-2Attitude control
  • Track 19-3Orbital control
  • Track 19-4Thermal control
  • Track 19-5Tracking, Telemetry, Command and Monitoring
  • Track 19-6Satellites operating frequencies

A satellite dish is a dish-molded kind of explanatory receiving antenna design which was intended to get electromagnetic signs from satellites, which transmit information transmissions or communicates, for example, satellite TV. A dish that is mounted on a shaft and driven by a stepper engine or a servo can be controlled and turned to confront any satellite position in the sky. Engine driven dishes are prominent with devotees.

  • Track 20-1Automatic-tracking satellite dish
  • Track 20-2Direct broadcast satellite
  • Track 20-3VSAT (very small aperture terminal)
  • Track 20-4Satellite internet
  • Track 20-5Parabolic reflector
  • Track 20-6Satellite phone
  • Track 20-7Satellite television and modem