David Ball, CEO – SERC
James Bennett, Deputy Chair – SERC,
Daniel Kucharski – SERC, Australia
Matthew Wilkinson – Natural Environment Research Council, Herstmonceux, UK
Pawel Lejba – Space Research Centre of Poland
Toshimichi Otsubo – Hitotsubashi University, Japan
Randall Carman –Yarragadee Geodetic Observatory, Australia
Georg Kirchner – Austrian Academy of Science (AAS), Austria
Hyung-Chul Lim – Korea Astronomy and Space Science Institute, South Korea
Zhang Zhongping – Shanghai Astronomical Observatory, China
Daniela Thaller – The Federal Agency for Cartography and Geodesy (BKG), Germany
Mathis Blossfeld – German Geodetic Research Institute
Technical University Munich (DGFI-TUM), Germany
Erricos Pavis – Goddard Earth Sciences & Technology Centre UMBC, USA
Michael Pearlman – Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, USA
Chris Moore – EOS Space Research Centre, Mt Stromlo Observatory, Australia
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1. SLR Contribution to Global Geodetic Observing System – A 2020 Perspective
2. Improvements in the SLR Product Quality & Precise Orbit Determination
3. Satellite Missions & Techniques for Geodetic Applications
4. Characteristics of Retroflector Arrays
5. Sources of Systematic Errors
6. Lunar Laser Ranging & Deep Space Missions
7. Developments in SLR Techniques & Technologies
8. Developments in Software & Automation
9. Network Operations & Site Upgrades
10. Space Debris Workshop 1 – Sensors & Satellite Tracking
11. Space Debris Workshop 2 – Orbit Determination & Propagation
12. Space Debris Workshop 3 – Conjunction Analysis & Collision Avoidance
13. Space Debris Workshop 4 – Mitigation & Remediation
Abstract submission closes on Friday 29 June 2018.
Click here to see the offline version of the abstract submission.
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