To submit an abstract or paper manuscript, please use the "Registration" button and proceed to the start page of the Abstract Submission and Registration System. This site provides further upload instructions as well as the abstract template. Note that only abstracts and full-papers written in English language can be accepted.
Please keep in mind the following dates:
- Abstract submission deadline: 23-May-2016
- Paper submission deadline: 25-July-2016
A book of all submitted abstracts will be available to each participant at the beginning of the conference at the registration desk. Please note that abstracts submitted after the abstract submission deadline may not be included in the book of abstracts.
Conference proceedings including all submitted full-papers will be published on the conference home page. In addition, best papers selected by the scientific committee will be published in a special issue “Procedia Engineering” and Russian issue "Journal of Surface Investigation. X-Ray, Synchrotron and Neutron Techniques". Both of the issues are indexed by the international Scopus database.
|| Shared living in triple room (for students)
|| Shared living in double room
|| Private single in double room
| Foreign participant
|| 380 EUR
|| 600 EUR
|| 1000 EUR
| Foreign participant follower
|| 250 EUR
|| 400 EUR
| Russian Federation citizen
|| 30000 RUB
|| 40000 RUB
|| 80000 RUB
| Russian Federation citizen follower
|| 20000 RUB
|| 30000 RUB
Technical sessions chaired by international experts with oral presentations at the conference center on the conference site, involving topics related to:
- Ion Thrusters;
- Stationary Plasma Thrusters ;
- Magnetoplasmodynamic Thrusters;
- Power Sources and Thruster-Spacecraft Conjunction;
- Problems of Flight Dynamics, Motion Control and Design of Electric Propulsion Spacecraft;
- Application Problems of Electric Propulsion on the Small, Micro- and Nano- Satellites;
- Electric Propulsion Application in Planets and Asteroid Rendezvous Mission;
- Electric propulsion application for utilization of space debris.