Open Science Research Excellence

ICESSE 2020 : International Conference on Earth and Space Sciences and Engineering

Vienna, Austria
December 24 - 25, 2020

Call for Papers

ICESSE 2020 : International Conference on Earth and Space Sciences and Engineering is the premier interdisciplinary platform for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of Earth and Space Sciences and Engineering. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars in the domain of interest from around the world. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:
  • Atmospheric Science and Meteorology
  • Earth Science and Geomatics Engineering
  • Space Science and Space Engineering
  • Advanced Energy Sources
  • Advanced Heat Pipe Technologies
  • Advanced In-Space Propulsion & Power Concepts
  • Advanced Thermal Control Technologies
  • Advances in Space Propulsion
  • Enabling Technologies for Lunar Surface Science
  • Far Term Space Transport and Environment Models and Theories
  • High Capacity Heat Rejection Systems
  • High Frequency Gravity Wave Detection
  • High Frequency Gravity Wave Generators
  • Innovative Techniques in Fusion Energy
  • Innovative Techniques in Nuclear Energy
  • Lunar In Space Resource Utilization
  • Lunar Lander Technologies and Design
  • Medical Astrosociology
  • Microgravity Thermophysics
  • New directions in Astrophysics/Particle Physics
  • New Directions in Communications
  • Planetary Defense and Societal Protection
  • Propulsion Analysis
  • Sensors
  • Smart Materials
  • Space faring societies
  • Space policy and space law in a social context
  • Space Science and Technology Roadmaps
  • Space societies/ the settlement of space environments
  • Technology transfers and spinoffs
  • The relationship between astrosociology and astrobiology
  • Theories on High Frequency Gravity Waves
  • Theories, Models and Concepts
  • Thermal Control
  • Thermal Control for Lunar and Deep Missions
  • Two Phase Thermal Control Systems
  • Unconventional Physical Principles and Gravitational Models