Belarusian State University
The session is devoted to the development of university satellites technologies in the context of aerospace education in general, including new trends in the development of ultra-small vehicles, payload, launches, group flights and the related improvement of aerospace education technology: a satellite as a flying educational and scientific laboratory, a remote access laboratory, group training, project training, B-training, involvement of industrial partners, etc. Presentations of projects of university and youth robots, UAVs, satellite and space measurements and measuring equipment are welcome. It is also of great interest to analyze new trends in research and development of students and youth in the field of aerospace instruments and measurements from teaching to commercialization. International cooperation of universities as a factor accelerating the transformation of the university system in accordance with the modern requirements of the labor market is also welcomed. The participation of representatives from the aerospace industry is encouraged.
Topics for this Special Session include:
- New trends of university satellites development including ultra-small vehicles, payload, launches, group flights etc;
- New advanced education technologies in aerospace (group learning, project learning, Blearning, start up, industrial partner involvement etc.);
- University and youth robotic, UAV, satellite and space projects;
- Commercialization of student research and development in aerospace instrumentation and measurement;
- International technical university cooperation.
Vladimir Saetchnikov Head of the Institute of Physics and Aerospace Technologies (since 1998) with branches: Aerospace Educational Center (2008) and Research Laboratory of Applied Space Technologies (2010). Doctor degree (1982) and doctor habilitation (1994), grant of DAAD (1987-1988) and Heinrich-Hertz Foundation (1990-1991), invited professor of Ruhr University, Germany (2001 – 2002), member of Council on National Space program of Belarus, member of OSA and Rozhdestvensky Optical Society. Head of the team launched university nanosatellites BSUSat-1 (October 29 2018) and BSUSat-2 (planned for 2022). Coordinator of 14 national and international projects for recent 5 years in the fields of GIS based Early Warning Environmental and Industrial Systems, Remote Monitoring, Optoelectronics, Bio medical Systems, Nano and Biophotonics, Bioinformatics, Laser Physics. More 300 publications including 10 books and 12 patents.