The Institute of Space and Astronautical Science / Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (ISAS/JAXA) is
organizing ｔhe Workshop on Astrodynamics and Flight Mechanics. It will be the 23th in a
series of symposia.
The interest of this workshop lies in the astrodynamics as an applied physics, providing a good opportunity for
discussing academic research and technical issues on space technology.
Areas of interest include, but are not limited to;
(1) Space Robotics, Manipulator, Docking,
(2) Multibody Dynamics,
(3) Attitude control, Orbital Dynamics,
(4) Flexible Structure, Tether,
(5) Aerodynamics, Re-entry, Aereocapture, Aerobraking,
(6) Orbit Design and Optimization, Mission Analysis,
(7) Deep Space Navigation and Orbit Determination, Encounter Guidance,
(8) Ground Simulator Test Bench, Control Experiment,
(9) Probe, Rover and Ground Support for Lunar/Planetary Explorations,
(10) Formation Flight.
The working language is English for International Sessions.
The collection of technical papers presented at the workshop will be published in English after the workshop ends.
The workshop consists of lectures by invited keynote speakers and contributed papers.