Aims of the School

The overall objective of the School is to involve young people in the development and implementation of experiments in space, with a view of  obtaining new fundamental knowledge and applied technologies based on utilization of micro/nanosatellites. During the School young people will be able to share ideas for new missions and results of realized projects, listen to lectures and practices of leading scientists and experts in the field of space technologies and space experiments, establish cooperation. During practice school participants are devided on teams for creation of nanosatellite projects. On the last days of school will be carry out defence of each team project.

Main topics of the School program in 2016:

- Establish cooperation between universities in space;
- Generation of new nanosatellite missions;
- Projects of scientific-educational nanosatellites;
- Advanced technologies (methods and devices) for research of space environment and remote sensing;
- Attitude control technologies for nanosatellites;
- Advanced space navigation technologies;
- Design principles of onboard electronic systems (control, telemetry, power support) for nanosatellites;
- Related motion in space (“formation flight);
- Piggyback launching of nanosatellites;
- Circumterrestrial and Solar Space Physics;
- State-of-art technologies for nanosatellite’s design (ProEng/Altium Software).