Call for papers is now closed
(Late news are always welcome. Contact us for sending your abstracts)
Deadlines for authors
Papers deadline: 28th February, 2019
Papers selected for a poster format will be printed and displayed for exhibition at a specific poster area (adapted to the template sent in abstract acceptance notice). Posters will also be available on SSSIF’s website. Those attending authors wanting to present their work (3-5 minutes speech) at a speaker’s corner should address their requests in advance to the following email: email@example.com
Papers selected for oral presentation will be submitted according to oral presentation template and will be available on SSSIF’s webpage.
All those attending SSSIF Forum will be given a book of all accepted abstracts when collecting badges at the reception desk.
A selection of top papers will be published on a sectorial magazine of large print run. Authors will be contacted after the event
For more information on any of these issues, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
General CFP policies
Failure to complete correctly “copyright and publication agreement” included in call for papers-abstact template will block papers’ consideration.
In no case will an author be allowed to present a paper if it has not been submitted properly formatted in advance via email by the deadline.
Papers published or presented elsewhere will be not considered.
Marketing material or sales pitches will be not accepted.
No paper updates or changes will be admitted after the full paper submission deadline (28th February, 2019) or during the workshop.
Only the use of the forum audiovisual equipment will be allowed in order to prevent delays in presentations’ flow.
Final paper presentations must be submitted electronically in MS Word & PDF format.
Application and solutions based on LEO constellations of small satellites and nanosatellites
Electrical propulsion systems for small satellites and nanosatellites
Space Debris Mitigation
Deep space missions and scientific missions based on small satellite and nanosatellites platforms
Launchers and new access to space
In orbit demonstration and validation of technologies using small satellite platforms
Market and future vision of small satellite platforms
Cubesat missions, present and future of the standard
Telecommunications and ground segment solutions for small satellite platforms
Abstracts submission must be written in English and they will include paper title and topic area.
Abstract limits (300 words, two graphis, five references maximum).
Authors shall also provide all authors’ names, affiliations and e-mail addresses of all authors.
All abstracts received will be evaluated by the technological scientific committee.
If an abstract has been accepted for SSSIF, the author will be sent a confirmation as well as a copyright & publication agreement granting permission of use and acknowledgment of terms.
Authors must also select oral or poster presentation for the paper submitted
Papers approved for an oral presentation will be assigned an slot fixed at the forum agenda.
Final papers, adjusted to the oral presentation template, must have been submitted to the organization no later than 28th February 2019.
Oral presentation time will not exceed 15 minutes.
Posters, adjusted to posters template, must have been submitted to the organization no later than 28th February 2019.
Posters will be displayed during all two days.
They all will be displayed following the b/w forum template that will include the forum logo, author(s), title, affiliation, country and a brief description of the theme.
A link for further information will be optional.
Posters will be thematically organized
Each coffee break will provide the opportunity of an elevator pitch (3 minutes maximum)
Attending poster authors wanting to present their work (3-5 minutes speech) at a speaker’s corner should address their requests in advance to the following email: email@example.com
Please direct all questions about call for papers to firstname.lastname@example.org