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WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT
COLONEL MYLES NAKAMURA, THE CHIEF
ARCHITECT OF THE GROUND ENTERPRISE
DIRECTORATE AT NRO,
HAS BEEN ADDED AS A KEYNOTE SPEAKER
The conference technical papers have now been selected and the mini-workshops have been scheduled.
Follow the link to the mini-workshops
page for more information on the workshop sessions.
Follow the link to the keynotes
page for more information on our exciting keynote speakers.
Follow the link to the registration
page for more information on conference registration prices and deadlines.
The role of space information technology has progressively grown in importance from the earliest days of space exploration to today, with the result that it often dominates the costs and schedules of space mission projects. The IEEE International Conference on Space Mission Challenges for Information Technology (SMC-IT) is the first forum to gather system designers, engineers, scientists, practitioners, and space explorers with the objective of advancing information technology for space missions. The forum will provide an excellent opportunity for fostering technical interchange on all hardware and software aspects of IT applications in space missions.
The conference will focus on current IT practice and challenges as well as emerging information technologies with applicability for future space missions. IT in all aspects of the space mission will be explored, including flight systems, relevant ground systems, science data processing, engineering and development tools, operations, and telecommunications. The entire IT lifecycle of the mission development will also be covered, such as conceptual design, engineering tools development, integration and test, operations, science analysis, and quality control.
November 18 2013 – Call for Full Papers and Mini-Workshop Summaries
December 1, 2013 – Author Submission Website Open
March 17, 2014 – Final Submission Date
April 21, 2014 – Authors Acceptance Notification
July 18, 2014 – Camera Ready Manuscripts Due (incorporating reviewer comments)
September 24-26, 2014 – Conference