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Abstract Submission Categories

Various Areas of special interest for abstract submission have been identified. Attendees are also encouraged to submit abstracts in related areas of research and studies:

  • Shared Exploitation of Space Applications
  • Capacity Building for the 21st Century
  • Small satellites for sustainable Development 
  • Biodiversity, Conservation and Protection strategies in Africa and related case studies or ongoing projects
  • Space tourism in seeking new destinations: Gate way into the stars
  • Prospects for the Industrialization of Earth Orbit and Geo-lunar Space
  • Telemedicine at the WHO agenda 2020: Health for all, a common frontier and game changer
  • Launch vehicles opportunities in sending spacecrafts into LEO, SSO, GTO, and Earth- Moon transfer trajectory: reliable, safety, and orbit injection accuracy
  • Advanced Remote sensing technologies and GIS for natural resource management
  • Space Options for Africa from pioneers and new space actors, space agencies, industry, academia, commercial, university, organizations and astronauts 
  • Space Renaissance for space activities and travels 
  • Low cost simplified access opportunities and challenges in accessing the International Space Station and the Chinese Space Station
  • Astronomy, Space and Society: Advancing Societal benefits of space related activities Humans on the moon: Building a Universal human heritage and incubator 
  • Options for Global Partnerships, Innovation, and Integration in Space for Africa
  • Space Big Data for Emerging Nations
  • Space craft dynamics, aerospace and Aeronautics applications for new actors in space
  • Space Accessibility: Moving from Reflection to Action in Promoting Inclusive Growth International Cooperation, global health and low emission
  • Space Traffic Management
  • Capacity building opportunities and challenges for the 21st Century after UNISPACE+50towards Space 2030 for Africa 2063
  • Space Law, Policy, Cyber security and Global Space Governance
  • Future Human Spaceflight Missions: The Need for International Cooperation
  • Innovation in Space: Influence of African Space Policy on youth generation in Africa 
  • Disaster Risk Management, NEO: Climate change Implications on Sustainable development
  • Need to Protect Celestial Bodies: Protecting our Common heritage in the Moon 
  • AI, IoT, and Machine Learning, Smart Agricultures and Cities: Opportunities for Partnership 
  • Shared Use, Exploration and exploitation of Space and its applications for a united planet
  • ISO: Astronautical Applications of Common Interest
  • Agency Programs and Plans for Low-Cost Planetary Missions
  • Aquaculture, Migration of Species and space environment
  • Alternative Renewable Energy Management Systems for Africa for energy System Optimization
  • Refugee’s crisis and the new era of Haman displacement
  • International Partnership Programs and Options for Africa Integration in Space affairs
  • Sustainable Energy Programs for Industrial Revolution and Development in Africa
  • IAA in Africa: Academic day side event in Africa
  • Transition to inclusive Green Economy, time for action
  • Banking Finance and Insurance for a Sustainable Space Agenda by 2030
  • Space Resources Exploration, Exploitation and Utilization
  • Latest Science Results from Ongoing Missions
  • Missions Currently Under Development for Launch in the Near Future
  • Science Instruments Enabling the Next Generation of Low-Cost Planetary Exploration
  • High performance computing for geospatial data analysis
  • Advanced Concepts for the Next Generation of Low-Cost Missions, Including CubeSats, NanoSats and Others
  • Remote Sensing and GIS for natural resource management

 

Abstract Submission Guidelines

  • Maximum title limit: 50 words
  • Maximum word limit: 500
  • Abstracts accepted in English only
  • There is no limit to the number of abstracts you can submit
  • There is no limit to the number of authors per abstract