19th International Conference "Aviation and Cosmonautics" (AviaSpace-2020)
About the Conference
From 23 to 27 November 2020 in the framework of VII International Week of Aerospace Technologies Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University) holds the 19th International Conference "Aviation and Cosmonautics" (AviaSpace-2020).
Subject area of the Conference
aviation and rocket engines and power installations;
control systems, informatics and power engineering;
information and telecommunication technologies of aviation, rocket and space systems;
rocket and space systems;
robotics, intelligent systems and aircraft armament;
mathematical methods in aerospace science and technology;
new materials and production technologies in the field of aviation, rocket and space technique;
economics and management at enterprises of aerospace complexes.
Three additional online-conferences in the framework of "Aviation and cosmonautics" to participate:
November 10, 2020 – International Conference "Composite Materials and Structures". Registration:composite.mai.ru;
November 17, 2020 – International Conference "Mathematical Modeling". Registration:math.mai.ru;
November 24, 2020 – International Conference "Unmanned Aerial Vehicles". Registration:uav.mai.ru.
Submission deadline – 16 October, 2020
The purpose of the Conference is the discussion of a wide range of issues in the aerospace industry:
development of aviation and space industry as one of the world priorities;
finding solutions to current problems and challenges facing the aviation and space industries;
experience and knowledge exchange between the scientific and industrial enterprises and universities of the world.
Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University) invites specialists, scientists and experts from enterprises and organizations of the aerospace and other hi-tech industries, researchers, Ph.D. students from higher educational institutes to take part in the 19th International Conference "Aviation and Cosmonautics.
Annually the conference is attended by more than 450 representatives including international participants from different countries: Germany, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Italy, France, Poland, China, Ireland and others.
University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania Multi objective optimisation of the dynamic behaviour in robotics
Resonate Testing Ltd, Ireland Minimizing hazard within the certification and regulatory framework for civil propulsion systems
DLR, Germany Up-to-date status of International Nuclear Power and Propulsion System flagship (INPPS) and future high power space transportation
Politecnico di Milano, Italy Design of morphing surfaces: structural and technological issues