Bandung, Indonesia at November 3-4, 2017


The 1st International Conference on Satellite Technology
Bandung, Indonesia
November 3-4, 2017

Important Dates:
Paper Submission Deadline (full paper): June 15th, 2017
Paper Submission Deadline (full paper) extended: August 3rd, 2017
Paper Submission Deadline (full paper) extended: September 15rd, 2017
Acceptance Notification (batch 1): August 5th, 2017
Acceptance Notification (batch 2): August 31th, 2017
Acceptance Notification (batch 3): October 1st, 2017
Final Paper Submission Deadline: October 1st, 2017
Registration Deadline (included in conference proceedings): October 15th, 2017

The first International Conference on Satellite Technology will be held at or near the Institut Teknologi Bandung, Bandung, Indonesia on Friday, November 3rd and Saturday May 4th, 2017.

All accepted papers will be included in:
ISSN: 1936-6612 (Print): EISSN: 1936-7317 (Online)
(SJR Q3) and Conference Proceedings

Tracks / Topics

All tracks/topics are open to both research and industry contributions.

Satellites and Nano-Satellites/CubeSats
Satellite communications (hybrid satellites and terrestrial networks); Special protocols for nano-satellites; Onboard processing technology; Interplanetary communications (spatial mission analysis, inflight experiences, delay tolerant networking [DTN]); Nano satellites and nano-rockets;Fundamental of nano-satellites communications; New technologies specific for small satellites; Applications (earth observation, science, telecommunications, navigation); New technologies; Satellite constellation design.

Satellite and Space Communications
Earth-space communications; MIMO satellite communications; Hybrid satellite and terrestrial networks; Access Schemes; Demand Assignment Multiple Access (DAMA); Cross layer air interface design; Channel models; Navigation services; Reliable multicast protocols; Transport protocol performance over satellite; IP over satellite Routing protocols; Game theory applications in satellite networks; Onboard switching and processing technologies; QoS and performance; Call admission control schemes; Dynamic bandwidth allocation; Adjacent and terrestrial interference; Fade mitigation techniques; Advanced channel modelling; Security, privacy, and trust; Radio resource management; IT application in Space Communications; Standards activities; Signal processing in telecommunications.

Delay Tolerant Networking (DTN)
Use of DTN protocols in space missions; DTN for PI/instrument connectivity; Routing for DTNs; Performance and reliability of DTN protocols; DTN based applications.

Satellite/Space Communications based Applications
Satellite based disaster recovery; Satellite based large scale sensor networks; Satellite based power grids monitoring and control; Satellite based remote eHealth; Satellite based alarm systems; Satellite based sensing and data mining; Satellite based weather forecast; Satellite based earthquake surveillance; Satellite based environmental surveillance; Radar Systems.

Antenna, Radio & Networks
Antenna system; Smart antenna; Radiowave propagation; Wireless system; Wireless networks; Access schemes; Beamforming & MIMO.

Electronic warfare target location systems; Statistical multisource-multitarget information fusion; Multisensor data fusion; Multimodel surveillance; Military applications

Galaxyscale-satellite Communications and Exploration Missions
Planetary exploration management; Space astronomy advances; Solar-terrestrial sciences; Space life sciences and mission monitoring; Space physical sciences and satellite communications; Operational space medicine; Human exploitation of space resources.

Control Technology
Applications of control technology for: Satellite; Aerospace; Communications; Networks; Military.

Astronomy, Astrophysics, Atmospheric and Magnetospheric Sciences
Applications of Astronomy, Astrophysics, Atmospheric and Magnetospheric Sciences on satellite and interplanetary missions.

Remote Spatial Sensing
Remote sensing technology and geographic information system (GIS); Remote sensing computation applications; Optical communication for remote sensing; High performance computing for remote sensing; Lidar technology in remote sensing; Satellites and remote sensing; Geolocation of radio frequency signals; Synthetic aperture radar (SAR) image process modelling; Quality of remote data (spatial, spectral, radiometric and temporal resolutions); Remote sensing tools and software; Sensor calibration; Applications of remote sensing; Remote sensing for solar energy forecasting; Turbulence modelling and simulation; Climate prediction models.

Avionics Systems
Avionics Systems; Unmanned Systems; Air Traffic Management.

Internet of Things (IoT)
Applications of satellite technology on IoT; Smart Cities (Smart Parking, Smartphone Detection, Traffic Congestion, Smart Lighting, etc); Smart Water (Potable water monitoring, Chemical leakage detection in rivers, River Floods, Water Leakages, etc); Security & Emergencies; Retail (Supply Chain Control, NFC Payment, Intelligent Shopping Applications, Smart Product Management, etc); Logistics (Quality of Shipment Conditions, Item Location, etc); Industrial Control (M2M Applications, Indoor Air Quality, Temperature Monitoring, Indoor Location, etc); Smart Agriculture (Green Houses); Digital health/Telehealth/Telemedicine; Smart Farming; Smart Grids.

Computer and Control System Laboratory
Gedung Achmad Bakrie (Labtek VIII) Lt. 2, Institut Teknologi Bandung
Jl. Ganesa 10, Bandung, West Java, INDONESIA 40132
Tel.: +62 22 2500960
Fax.: +62 22 2534217

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