The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.
Session Track 1:- Fluid mechanics
The area of physics known as fluid mechanics is focused on the interactions between fluids (liquids, gases, and plasmas) and external forces. It has uses in a variety of fields, including biology, geophysics, oceanography, meteorology, chemical, and biomedical engineering, as well as other fields the research into fluid movement around things. Specifically, aerodynamics, which is the study of how air flows over and through things like wings and wind tunnels.
- Fluid statics
- Fluid dynamics
- Hydro dynamics
- Gas dynamics
- Continuum mechanics
- Newtonian versus non-Newtonian fluids
Session Track 2:- Radar cross section
A measure of an object's radar detectability is termed the radar cross section (RCS), often known as the radar signature. An easier time detecting an object is indicated by a greater RCS. Radar cross section Vehicular signature as that relates to distant sensing is analyzed via radar cross-section.
- Radar absorbent material
- Optimization methods
- RCS of an antenna
- The physical geometry and exterior features of the target
- The direction of the illuminating radar
- The radar transmitters frequency
- The electrical properties of the target's surface.
Session Track 3:- Astrodynamics
Is the science of orbital mechanics, which includes forecasting the components of an orbit given a few key parameters. Although few colleges in the United States offer this as an undergraduate course, several offer graduate programmers on the subject.
- Fundamental orbital dynamics
- Spacecraft trajectory optimization and space mission design
- Orbit determination and prediction, autonomous orbital navigation
- Spacecraft attitude determination, control, and dynamics
- Guidance and control of spacecraft and space robots
- Spacecraft constellation design and formation flying
- Modeling, analysis, and optimization of innovative space systems
- Novel concepts for space engineering and interdisciplinary applications
Session Track 4:- Electrical engineering in aerospace
It is the Engineering discipline concerned with the investigation, creation, and use of machinery, apparatus, and systems utilizing electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism. It became a distinct profession in the second part of the 19th century after the commercialization of the electric telegraph, the telephone, and the generation, distribution, and use of electrical electricity.
- Power systems and power distribution
- Sensor system management and analysis
- Propulsion and attitude control
- Navigation systems
- Environmental control systems
- Payload monitoring and management
- Avionics and flight/orbit control
Session Track 5:- Control engineering
As the study of mathematically modelling systems' dynamic behavior and designing them, typically with the help of feedback signals, in order to achieve desired dynamic behavior (stable, without large excursions, with minimum error). This is true for the dynamic operation of aerospace vehicles such as airplanes, w, propulsion systems, and subsystems.
- Dynamic systems
- Electrical circuits
- Digital signal processors
- Control system
- Commercial airlines
- Cruise control
- PID controller system
- Motors torque
- Open loop control
Session Track 6:- Aircraft structures
Air frame:- The airframe refers to the structural elements of a fixed-wing aircraft. The components might change depending on the kind and use of the aircraft. When engines were first made accessible for powered flight roughly a century ago, early models were often made of wood with fabric wing surfaces. Around the same time, metal mounts were introduced for the engines. After that, as speeds rose, more and more components were made of metal until, by the end of World War II, all-metal aircraft were the norm. Composite materials are being used more and more in modern times.
Session Track 7:- Materials science
Aerospace engineering, which deals with structures, also examines the materials used to create those structures. Existing materials are tweaked to enhance their performance or new materials with extremely particular qualities are created.
- Ceramic engineering
- Polymer science and engineering
- Composite engineering
Session Track 8:- solid mechanics
Solid mechanics, which deals with the examination of stresses and strains on the vehicle's parts, is closely related to material science. Finite Element software is available today to assist engineers in their analytical work, examples of which are MSC Patran/Nastran.
- Stability of structures
- Dynamical systems and chaos
- Vibrations of solids and structures
- Fracture and damage mechanics
- Composite materials
- Variational formulations and computational mechanics
- Experimental mechanics
Session Track 9:- Vehicle System Technologies
Engine vehicle following framework combines the usage of programmed vehicle areas in specific vehicles with software that gathers these taskforce evidence for a thorough understanding of vehicle areas. Aeronautical vehicle innovations, flight/ground systems, mission planning and execution, and dynamic analysis of vehicle systems are all topics covered.
- Small Satellite Prototyping and Integration
- Thermal Control
- End-to-End Performance Simulation
- Autonomous Control Systems
- Trajectory Design and Optimization
- Vibroacoustic Analysis
Session Track 10:- Airship Design and Development
An airship or aircraft is a type of aerostat or lighter-than-air vehicle that can move through the air on its own. It includes concepts for electric aircraft for unmanned air vehicles and armed flight, remotely organized airship design, bio-inspired and bio-mimetic micro flyers, the design and modelling of solar-powered aircrafts, and remotely organized airship design.
- Energy Systems
Session Track 11:- Design and Development of Rockets
The Science, Technology, Creation, Testing, and analysis of Aircraft and Spacecraft are the main topics covered in this branch of engineering. Included are space propulsion and planetary mission design. is any object that uses a Rocket engine to produce thrust, such as a spacecraft, aircraft, vehicle, or projectile. The sole source of propellant used in rocket engines is carried inside the rocket itself. Because they propel themselves forward by rapidly ejecting exhaust in the opposite direction, rocket engines may operate in the vacuum of space. They operate by action and reaction.
- General characteristics and principles of operation
- Development of rockets
- Launch vehicle
- Space station concept
- In space station: Early concepts and plans
- In history of technology: Military technology
- Space exploration
- In space exploration: Oberth
- In space exploration: Preparing for spaceflight
- Development of space organizations
Session Track 12:- Science of Materials
Engineering in Space
To enable secure space flight and space exploration, space engineers take a variety of actions. Designing and analysing spacecraft and planes is the main responsibility of a space engineer. Aerodynamics, motion, and propulsion, as well as fluid mechanics and other theoretical and applied subjects, are all concepts that space engineers are familiar with. Aerospace engineers include those who design or manufacture aircraft or spacecraft, satellites, and missiles, as well as mechanical, electrical, and computer hardware engineers.
Session Track 13:- Applications of Aerospace Technology
As contrast to flight planning or support management, it is a field that discusses the technical facets of aviation missions. It covers advances in satcom and launcher technology, communications satellite applications, remote detection satellite applications, navigation satellite
applications, ultra wideband technology for space applications, science and astronomy, and astrobiology.
Session Track 14:- Thermotransfer System
It talks about how thermal energy moves through different material systems and how it is dependent on mass and heat when heat is spread. Radiation, convection, and transference or diffusion are the three principal methods of heat transport. Included in this are heat transfer in nuclear energy, heat transfer in fire and ignition, and heat transfer in automated equipment.
Session Track 15:- Astrophysics and Space science
That is the division of astronomy known as astrophysics. The study of investigative physics, universe, and chemical models is called theoretical astronomy, and it has to do with the study of astronomical objects and events that have to do with space research. It employs a wide variety of methods, including computational numerical simulations and analytical models.
Session Track 16:- Space Mission & Satellite
Rockets are used in space missions to look at the planets Mercury, Mars, Venus, and Saturn as well as extraterrestrial objects, asteroids, and life. The traveller rockets are rapidly leaving our immediate planetary system as New Horizons is heading toward its encounter with Pluto in 2015. Closer to home, we have experiments in an extremely satellite ring, a small group of solar-powered material science missions, local telescopes, and a small army of Earth-monitoring satellites. Within the Earth's orbit, the International Space Station continues to circle the globe with a crew of local travellers and cosmonauts on board at all times.
Correspondences A satellite could be a fake satellite that transmits and improves radio communications signals using a transponder between a source and a recipient. Communication via satellites.
Session Track 17:- Radio Astronomy
The study of celestial materials at radio frequencies is referred to as radio astronomy. When Karl Jansky at Bell Telephone Laboratories found radiation originating from the Milky Way in 1932, it became the most important finding of radio waves from an astronomical object. Following, the observations have identified the several radio wave reasserts' styles. Due to the completely new training of the objects, such as radio galaxies, pulsars, quasars, and masers, they also include stars and galaxies. Astronomy was used to make the discovery of the cosmic microwave background, which is seen as supporting evidence for the big bang theory.
- Astronomical sources
- Radio astronomy service
- Frequency allocation
- Radio telescopes
- Radio interferometry
Session Track 18:- Optical Astronomy
The most noticeable telescopes are optical ones because they are similar to the ones you use for your particular field. The most important data we can forecast about our nearby planetary cluster, the Milky Way System, and all of the systems encircling North America are provided by optical space research, which also yields the best images we typically view.
Optical area research is unnatural because to both the relative optical range restriction and the way the Earth's own climate blocks and skips around some of this light, distorting the image humans typically see. The human distance is also a problem for optical sight because light pollution also severely restricts the nature of data.
- Optical Telescopes
- Telescope Basics
- Refracting Telescopes
- Reflecting Telescopes
- Keck Light Path
Session Track 19:- Satellite Communication
A man-made satellite is referred to as a "satellite communication" when it amplifies and transmits radio telecommunications signals via a transponder, opening a channel between the transmitter source and the receiver end at various locations across the globe. There are several different military applications for communications satellites, including radio, internet, television, and telephone. There are over 2,000 communications satellites in orbit around the Earth, all of which are connected and used by both private and public organisations.
- Internet access
- Amateur radio
Session Track 20:- High energy Nuclear physics
Investigations on the behaviour of nuclear matter in various energy regimes are done in high energy atomic physics. The study of heavy ion collisions, as opposed to other particle accelerators' lower atom mass, is the principal emphasis of this area. There are a lot of such types of collisions that are specifically predicted to supply the quark-gluon plasma at sufficiently high collision energies. Traditional atomic physics has focused exclusively on researching the nuclei that are carefully administered.
We shall produce nuclear matter states that are considerably different from the bottom state by using high energy beams of heavy nuclei ions. Protons and neutrons should melt into their individual quarks and gluons at sufficiently high concentrations and temperatures. When heavy nuclei collide at extremely high energies, quarks and gluons are liberated from their hadronic confines and produce a new state of matter known as quark-gluon plasma.
- Science of high energy physics
- Impacts of high energy physics
- Funding oppurtunities
- Energy Frontier
- Intensity Frontier
- Cosmic Frontier
- Theoretical, Computational, and Interdisciplinary Physics
- Advanced Technology R&D
- Accelerator Stewardship