Call for Papers

The Call for Paper is available for download HERE.

General Topics of Interest

Full-length Research Papers (4-6 pages) or presentation abstracts (1-2 pages) are sought that address solution to problems in all areas of wireless sensing and communication in space and extreme environments related to spaceflight. Accepted and presented full papers will be published in the conference proceedings and submitted to IEEE Xplore as well as other Indexing databases. After the conference, authors with accepted abstracts will have the opportunity to submit a full paper to the IEEE RFID Journal by Jan 15, 2023.

  • Accessible ground station design and networking for educational purposes
  • Advanced manufacturing for aerospace communications systems
  • Antenna design and testing
  • Arctic remote sensing
  • CubeSat systems
  • Drone-assisted wireless communications
  • Guidance, navigation, and control
  • Integrated space, aerial, and terrestrial communications
  • Joint communications and sensing (radio convergence)
  • LEO satellites and systems for low-latency applications (telepresence, teleoperations, telecontrol, etc.)
  • Machine learning and artificial intelligence for space and extreme environments
  • MEMS devices for wireless sensing and communications
  • Multi-sensor data fusion
  • Network architectures
  • Optical spacecraft communication
  • Remote communications
  • Robotic operations in extreme environments
  • Space cyber security
  • Space radiation effects on space electronics
  • Space situational awareness
  • Terahertz communications
  • Underground mine localization
  • Underwater and/or subterranean communications
  • Wireless power transmission for space applications
  • Other space and/or wireless topics

Workshops and Tutorials

  • Antenna characterization
  • CubeSats for remote sensing
  • CubeSat assembly, integration, and test
  • Big data analysis (Dataport)
  • Terahertz communications
  • Space situational awareness
  • Drone-based networking
  • Space Solar Power (SSP)
  • Passive Wireless Sensors (PWS)
  • Delay Tolerant Networking
  • Space Weather and Motion Capture