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Sessions 101-109

ICES Thermal and Environmental Control Systems (TECS) Committee Technical Program Chair

Art Avila

Art Avila

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

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This session presents thermal design, testing, and on-orbit performance of near-earth and interplanetary uncrewed/robotic spacecraft, instruments, and payloads, and the application of key new technologies.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Jose Rodriguez, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Hume Peabody, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Wes Ousley, Vertex Aerospace
Doug Bolton, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices101@easychair.org

This session focuses on active and passive thermal control for planetary and small body surface missions utilizing vehicles such as rovers, landers, probes, and rendezvous systems. Also covered is the characterization and modeling of the environment in support of such missions.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Jennifer Miller, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Gaj Birur, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices102@easychair.org

This session covers thermal control (passive and active) and thermal protection topics for commercial and exploration spacecraft for crew and cargo. Spacecraft may include crew and cargo transport vehicles, habitats, landers, and rovers. Destinations may include suborbital, cislunar space, the Moon, asteroids, and Mars. Programs may include international and U.S. programs such as Commercial Crew and Cargo, Orion, Gateway, Artemis, Human Landing System, and Commercial LEO Destinations, as well as private spaceflight. Topics may include natural and induced environments, dust mitigation, thermal control requirements, design, analysis, verification, testing, operation, and performance.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Tom Leimkuehler, NASA Johnson Space Center
Jose Roman, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
Sean Tuttle, Nova Systems / Sigma Space Systems
Andrea Ferrero, Thales Alenia Space

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices103@easychair.org

This session addresses novel or advanced technologies and development activities pertaining to heat acquisition, transport, rejection, and storage, as well as cryogenic cooling and thermal insulation and protection systems not specific to any existing or future scientific instruments, spacecraft, or planetary systems.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

William Johnson, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
Philipp B. Hager, European Space Agency
Yann Cervantes, CNES
Jeff Farmer, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
Philipp B. Hager, European Space Agency
Angel Alvarez-Hernandez, NASA Johnson Space Center
Chris Massina, NASA Johnson Space Center
Romain Poudevigne, ArianeGroup
Jean-Paul Dudon, Thales Alenia Space

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices104@easychair.org

This session focuses on current and future efforts and needs for development of spacecraft thermal control standards and reference documents dealing with such areas as design, analysis, testing, equipment, specifications, and processes. These standards might be dedicated to a specific company or applicable to programs, space centers, or agencies. Also included are lessons learned in developing or applying these standards.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Kan Yang, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Darnell Cowan, NASA Johnson Space Center

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices105@easychair.org

Satellites that are smaller than smallsats run into issues with limited radiative surface area and increased power density that make their thermal environment in some ways more challenging than larger satellites. This session presents and discusses the unique thermal concerns pertaining to very small satellites (nanosatellites, cubesats, microsats, etc.). Potential topics include the thermal design, analysis, testing, and on-orbit performance of very small satellites, and the application of relevant key new technologies.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Stephanie Mauro, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
Robert Coker, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
Brian Briggs, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Hosei Nagano, Nagoya University

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices107@easychair.org

This session covers cryogenic thermal control as applied in instruments, focal plane assemblies, detectors, and optical systems. This includes relevant passive and active cooling technologies, as well as cryogenic testing facilities, test processes, and lessons learned.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Wes Ousley, Vertex Aerospace
Martin Altenburg, Airbus Defence and Space
Jose Rodriguez, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices108@easychair.org

This session addresses topics related to thermal control of high-altitude balloons including their systems and payloads. Applications can include terrestrial-based balloon systems, balloons in other planetary atmospheres, or terrestrial-based simulations of other planetary atmospheres. Topics can include design, analysis, testing, mission performance, and new technologies.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Robert Coker, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory
Darnell Cowan, NASA Johnson Space Center

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices109@easychair.org

Sessions 201-207

ICES International Committee (IIC) Technical Program Chair

Martin Altenburg

Martin Altenburg

Airbus Defence and Space

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This session presents the latest developments and innovations of two-phase heat transport systems, modeling techniques, and on-orbit performances for space applications. It covers all variants of heat pipe technologies, capillary and mechanically pumped loops, and loop heat pipes.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Frank Bodendieck, OHB System AG
Stéphane Lapensée, European Space Agency
Guanghan Wang, Canadian Space Agency
Francisco Romera, ARQUIMEA SPACE, S.A.U.
Alain Chaix, Thales Alenia Space

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices201@easychair.org

This session covers the development and design of thermal control systems for satellites, payloads, and instruments.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Johannes van Es, NLR
Romain Peyrou-Lauga, European Space Agency
David Valentini, Thales Alenia Space
Hiroyuki Ogawa, Japan Institute of Space and Astronautical Science
Alberto Corbelli, SITAEL

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices202@easychair.org

The thermal testing session focuses on all aspects of thermal tests, test methods, test correlation, and test facilities. Tests for all kinds of spacecraft, instruments, equipment, and materials are of interest. Special attention is given to sharing lessons learned from thermal test and test analysis and correlation activities, and also to innovative test methods, set-ups, and approaches to testing and verification of the hardware and of the analysis.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Gerd Jahn, Airbus
Luke Tamkin, Airbus
Hiroyasu Mizuno, JAXA
Andrea Ferrero, Thales Alenia Space

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices203@easychair.org

This session focuses on the design, development and operations of ground-based facilities, flight hardware and experiments associated with integrated systems which incorporate biological, physical, and chemical processors for the production, management and regeneration of Life Support resources.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Cesare Lobascio, Thales Alenia Space
Masato Sakurai, JAXA
Paul Zabel, DLR
Mononita Nur, NASA

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices204@easychair.org

This session includes papers describing approaches to monitoring water and air in enclosed habitats, thermal control of habitats, chemical sensors and sensing devices for detection of chemical constituents in water and air, and systems and system concepts for environmental monitoring and control.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Abhijit V. Shevade, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Darrell L. Jan, NASA (retired)

Timo Stuffler, 0HB System AG

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices205@easychair.org

This session addresses thermal control on board the current Space Station and future long term, crewed (or crew-tended) orbiting habitats, platforms, or laboratories including their payloads and on-board experimental test prototypes. Topics range from system and component issues with the Space Station, Orbiting Infrastructures and Habitats thermal control systems to thermal aspects of payloads and experiments that utilize the Space Station or other Orbiting Infrastructures and Habitats as a science platform or as a test bed for future exploration applications including advanced thermal control solutions/techniques.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Patrick Oger, Airbus
Matteo Lamantea, Thales Alenia Space
Diego Mugurusa, Collins Aerospace
Dale Winton, Honeywell International

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices206@easychair.org

This session addresses thermal and environmental control engineering analysis and software. This may include novel user experiences with existing tools, new tool and utility developments, improvements in existing commercial tools, cross-discipline tool integration and data exchanges, as well as any other software or analysis related topics.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Henri Brouquet, ITP Aero
Brian Briggs, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Matthew Vaughan, European Space Agency
Hume Peabody, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices207@easychair.org

Sessions 300-308

ECLSS & ISRU Committee (EIC) Technical Program Chair

Morgan Abney

Morgan Abney

NASA Engineering and Safety Center

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This session reports on applications and advances in modeling physiochemical and biochemical life support processes and tests, as well as in numerical modeling of fluid flow phenomena, cabin ventilation, and composition distributions in closed space habitats, such as the International Space Station, exploration spacecraft, the deep space and lunar and Mars habitats, and commercial crew spacecrafts.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Chang Hyun Son, The Boeing Company

Nikolay Ivanov, Peter the Great Saint Petersburg Polytechnic University, Russia
Cynthia Reuland, Aerodyne Industries

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices300@easychair.org

This session reports on advanced life support system control topics, such as controller technology; control theory and application; autonomous control; integrated system control; control software; and modeling, simulation, and emulation for control development.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Chang Hyun Son, The Boeing Company
Cynthia Reuland, Aerodyne Industries

Nikolay Ivanov, Peter the Great Saint Petersburg Polytechnic University, Russia
Asuka Shima, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)
Amy Caldwell, The Boeing Company

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices301@easychair.org

This session addresses research, development, and enhancement of physico-chemical technologies and systems associated with Air Revitalization Systems (ARS). Integration of these systems in closed loop life support applications such as space vehicles and habitats, recent findings and performance of on-orbit systems, cross-cutting applications of ARS technologies, and approaches to reducing mission costs and improving overall mission logistics associated with ARS technologies are also presented.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Morgan Abney, NASA Engineering and Safety Center
Grace Belancik, NASA Ames Research Center
Jim Knox, Knox Analytical Solutions
Patrick Oger, Airbus

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices302@easychair.org

This session addresses research, development, and improvement of physico-chemical technologies and systems associated with Water Recovery & Management (WRM) Systems to include water quality management. Integration of these systems in closed-loop life support applications such as in-transit space vehicles and planetary missions on the Lunar or Mars surface are discussed. Advanced technologies (e.g. regenerative systems and fluid mechanics) that aim to reduce mission costs and improve overall mission logistics associated with water recovery system technologies are also presented.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Tra-My Justine Richardson, NASA Ames Research Center
Andrew Jackson, Texas Tech University

Dean Muirhead, Barrios Technology

Cesare Lobascio, Thales Alenia Space
Petr Andreychuk, RSC Energia

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices303@easychair.org

This session addresses research, development, and enhancement of physico-chemical technologies and systems associated with Solid Waste Management Systems (SW). Integration of these systems in closed loop life support applications such as space vehicles and habitats, recent findings and performance of on orbit systems, cross cutting applications of SWM technologies is discussed. In addition, approaches to reducing mission costs and improving overall mission logistics associated with SWM technologies are also presented.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Tra-My Justine Richardson, NASA Ames Research Center
Annie Meier, NASA Kennedy Space Center

Ray Pitts, NASA Kennedy Space Center

Michael Ewert, NASA Johnson Space CenterMatteo Lamantea, Thales Alenia Space

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices304@easychair.org

This session seeks papers that describe the design, operation, and performance of reliable and cost-efficient environmental control systems and subsystems for crew and cargo transport, space stations, deep space habitats, other space vehicles, and exploration spacecraft.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Jordan Holquist, Paragon Space Development Corporation
Tony Rector, Blue Origin
Chang Hyun Son, The Boeing Company
David Williams, NASA Johnson Space Center
Michael Wales, Blue Origin

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices305@easychair.org

This session features papers that link human activities in space with human activities on earth. It includes innovative collaborations and networks among industry, academia, government, and the public to address global and local challenges on Earth and beyond. We invite papers in which educators and students, contractors, researchers, and other innovators present new approaches for linking students, vendors, and the general public to STEAM topics (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) and the human exploration of space.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Lucie Poulet, NASA Postdoctoral Program, Kennedy Space Center
Dean Muirhead, Barrios Technology
Jochen Keppler, seleon gmbh
Mary Lou Nadeau, Aerodyne Industries

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices307@easychair.org

This session seeks papers that address analyses, research, development, modeling and operation of In Situ Resource Utilization (ISRU) technologies and systems that relate to similar Environmental Control and Life Support capabilities and needs for mission sustainability. Examples include water, carbon dioxide, oxygen, and trash/waste collection and processing for mission consumables, resources management, production of propellants, plastics, and chemicals, as well as product contaminant removal and quality assurance for crew consumption.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Christian Junaedi, Precision Combustion, Inc.
Jordan Holquist, Paragon Space Development Corporation
Jerry Sanders, NASA Johnson Space Center

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices308@easychair.org

Sessions 400-407

ICES Crew Systems (ICS) Technical Program Chair

Shane McFarland

Shane McFarland

NASA Johnson Space Center

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This session covers topics related to space suit pressure garments. It includes advanced development work for the spectrum of missions including micro-gravity EVA operations in low-Earth orbit, cis-lunar space, and deep space Mars transit; long-duration surface campaigns; and launch/entry/abort pressure garments for multiple vehicles, as well as sustaining engineering and lessons learned on the ISS Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMU) space suit assembly (SSA).

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Jinny Ferl, ILC Dover
Kristine Davis, NASA Johnson Space Center
Katya Arquilla, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices400@easychair.org

This session includes topics describing aspects of EVA systems, technologies, and studies that envision the space suit as a system. Concepts and testing of advanced space suit systems are also included.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Keith Splawn, ILC Dover
Brian Alpert, NASA Johnson Space Center
Eric Valis, ILC Dover

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices401@easychair.org

This session covers topics describing design studies and new technology development or significant experience and lessons learned with existing systems in the area of portable life support systems and associated support hardware. Also, this session will deal with emerging technology and concepts for use in and from Orion or other exploration platforms.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Gregory Quinn, Collins Aerospace
Noah Andersen, Jacobs
Greg Guyette, Collins Aerospace

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices402@easychair.org

This session addresses operational activities and simulations for extravehicular activity (EVA) and dynamic flight suited phases, including International Space Station (ISS), EVA & Human Surface Mobility Program (EHP), analog or field studies, and other future human missions. This may also include, but is not limited to, lessons learned during operations preparation, such as logistics, maintenance, training, and flight controlling.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Cinda Chullen, NASA Johnson Space Center
Christie Sauers, NASA Johnson Space Center

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices403@easychair.org

This session addresses ECLS System issues and lessons learned from the International Space Station.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Steven Balistreri, The Boeing Company
John Cover, NASA Johnson Space

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices404@easychair.org

This session addresses the research, design, development and testing of human-automation and human-robotic integration for space exploration. Specific topics could include wearable robotics, human-robotic teaming, and human-automation interaction and task allocation. Topics ranging from modeling approaches to experimental investigations to operational results are of interest. Relevant application domains include simulations, laboratory and analog field testing, and spaceflight experience.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Amy Ross, NASA Johnson Space Center
Dr. David Akin, University of Maryland

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices405@easychair.org

This session focuses on recent results from flight and ground-based chemical analyses of spacecraft water and air samples along with recent developments in spacecraft water and air quality monitoring technology.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Michael Callahan, NASA Johnson Space Center

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices406@easychair.org

This session covers topics related to emerging, low technology readiness space suit pressure garments and related technologies. It includes investigative work to evaluate conceptual or technological feasibility of future space suit designs, systems, platforms and mission scenarios/operations.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Brad Holschuh, University of Minnesota
Shane Jacobs, David Clark Company Incorporated

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices407@easychair.org

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Noah Anderson, Jacobs

Zachary Fester, NASA Johnson Space Center

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices408@easychair.org

Sessions 500-513

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Life Science and Systems (AIAA-LS&S) Technical Program Chair

James Nabity

James Nabity

University of Colorado-Boulder

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This session emphasizes research technologies to support space biology, habitation, and life support system design. Life sciences related hardware developments, experiment designs, flight experiment results for crewed spaceflight, uncrewed systems such as free flying platforms and planetary spacecraft, and terrestrial analogs are of interest. Other specific topics of interest include the integration of defined cultures of algae and other micro-organisms – production, processing, refining, utilization and disposition of algal and microbial biomass including GMOs; novel algal and microbial products and applications; and engineering and control of bioprocess systems for space flight and long term planetary systems.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Bob Morrow, Sierra Space
John Wetzel, Sierra Space

Joe Klopotic, Sierra Space

Tobias Niederwieser, University of Colorado Boulder

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices500@easychair.org

This session addresses all aspects of the systems engineering, analysis, and development of space life support. It includes identification of alternatives, modeling and simulation, trade studies, and optimization the mission scenario, management approach, systems architecture, technology selection, detailed design, integration, testing, and operations. The overall objective of systems engineering and analysis is to guide the creation of effective systems that meet the performance, risk, cost, and schedule objectives.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Andrew Owens, NASA Langley Research Center
James Nabity, University of Colorado
Chel Stromgren, Binera, Inc.

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices501@easychair.org

This session focuses on the application of architectural principles to the design of facilities beyond Earth (orbital, lunar, planetary, deep space and interplanetary), to provide supportive and comfortable living and working environments, mission risk management, and enjoyment of life, in full recognition of the technical challenges presented by the environment. Relevant topics include: Configurations and structures; Construction and robotics; Habitability design, including food and clothing; Human factors integration; Gravity regimes; Integration of life support systems within space habitats; Analogues, mockups, simulators, and field trials; Terrestrial applications to extreme environments and ground-based facilities; Education for space architects; Space Architecture as a discipline; Sustainability from space to Earth.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Adam Oswald, Blue Origin
Jackelynne Silva-Martinez, NASA JSC

Georgi Petrov, Skidmore Owings & Merrill
Sandra Haeuplik-Meusburger, TU Wien | space-craft Architektur

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices502@easychair.org

This session addresses major issues in space radiation and analysis, tools, and research that are being developed and applied to support the space exploration initiative to insure astronaut and avionics radiation protection and safety.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Ron Turner, ANSER
Shirin Rahmanian, NASA Langley Research Center

Ramona Gaza, Leidos/Johnson Space Center

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices503@easychair.org

This session enables experts who manage sealed or semi-sealed environments such as submarine, spacecraft, and airliner air quality and mining sectors, to share new research findings on the control and management techniques of air pollutants. This session is open to papers on air quality standards, hazards associated with specific compounds, and monitoring / management of those compounds to protect the health of crew and passengers.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Tina Goodall, UK Ministry of Defence
William Wallace, KBR

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices504@easychair.org

There are many potential destinations for human exploration beyond Low Earth Orbit (LEO), each with specific mission requirements, capability needs, and other attributes that may be common or unique. This session addresses mission designs, technology needs, vehicle systems and analyses for sending humans to destinations beyond LE0 and into deep space. Discussions involving Gateway, cislunar space and lunar missions are of great interest, but other missions including Mars transit and Martian surface are also relevant. Potential subjects include mission requirements, concepts, integrated ground testing including humans-in-the-loop, test beds and analogs, technology development needs, technology requirements, challenges, gaps and candidate system designs. Special attention will be given to Environmental Control and Life Support Systems (ECLSS), habitability, mission architecture, concepts of operation, trade studies, unique environmental considerations and planetary protection.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

James Chartres, Millennium Engineering & Integration (MEI)
Dawn R. Whitaker, Purdue University
Dean Muirhead, Barrios Technology
Leon Chen, The Aerospace Corporation

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices506@easychair.org

This session covers all aspects of fire safety in closed environments including prevention, ignition, detection, flame spread, and suppression. Relevant subjects include material control for fire prevention; fire suppression; fire detection; fire signatures and toxicity; post-fire cleanup; risk assessment; material selection; fire related combustion research; lessons learned and design status of current systems; and life support and control system designs to enable fire detection and suppression. Applicable environments include EVA suits; past, present, and future space transportation vehicles; different gravitational levels; extra-terrestrial habitats; aircraft; ships; and submarines. The research and development studies can be either theoretical, experimental or numerical. Standardization work and case studies are also welcomed.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Grunde Jomaas, ZAG
Gary A. Ruff, NASA Glenn Research Center
David Urban, NASA Glenn Research Center
Stephen Peralta, NASA White Sands Test Facility
Michael Johnston, NASA, Glenn Research Center
Ulises Rojas Alva, ZAG

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices509@easychair.org

This session focuses on environmental dust encountered on space missions from any source, both inside and outside vehicles and habitats and including dust from planetary and asteroid sources as well as dust generated by humans and their activities.  Papers are solicited in the following areas: environmental impacts of dust (internal and external to vehicles), air quality considerations in habitable spaces, dust (planetary and internally-generated) characterization studies and experiments, active and passive mitigation strategies, control technologies (filtration and other cleaning techniques), the effects of dust on susceptible hardware (suits, tools and equipment), and engineering techniques to enhance dust-tolerance.  Models and simulations covering the fate and transport of dust are also of interest, including CFD with discrete-phase dust in pressurized volumes and DEM for vacuum environments.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Marie-Christine Desjean, CNES
Juan H. Agui, NASA Glenn Research Center
Marit Meyer, Northrop Grumman Corporation

Gregory Navarro, CNES

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices510@easychair.org

This session covers the design, testing and analysis for system reliability and maintainability. Relevant subjects include risk assessment, verification and validation, accelerated life testing and aging, environmental screening, acceptance testing, and qualification testing. Special attention is given to failure modes and mechanisms associated with electronic devices, mechanical assemblies, chemical processing, and life sciences; and the corresponding impacts on system level performance.

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Todd H. Treichel, Sierra Space
Gregory L. Davis, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices511@easychair.org

This session covers the practical application of computational modeling (deterministic and probabilistic) and other methods for the analysis of human health and performance risks, and countermeasure development. Discussion areas include the physiological, biomechanical, and behavioral responses to reduced gravity, radiation, spacecraft environment, planetary environment, extravehicular activity, crew dynamics, ergonomics, work-load, and countermeasure prescriptions (exercise and non-exercise).

 

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SESSION ORGANIZERS:

Claas Olthoff, University of Stuttgart
Ana Diaz Artiles, Texas A&M University

Jonathan Metts, Blue Origin

 

Contact Organizer(s): 53rd-ices513@easychair.org

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