Studies

Study Groups Overview

As stated in the IAA Bylaws paragraph 4.2.1, The President, as the Chief Executive Officer, shall serve as Chairperson of the Board. The President shall direct and supervise the general business, publications, scientific programs, finances and other activities of the Academy pursuant to the Statutes, Bylaws, established policies and decisions of the Academy or the Board. The President appoints members of Standing Committees, all Academy Commissions, Program Committees and Study Groups and their Chairpersons and other officers as appropriate, except for the Nominating Committee, in consultation with the respective Vice President or Section Chairperson and with the approval of the Board as required.

In the paragraph 4.6.1 The Scientific Activities Committee (SAC) shall assist the Vice President for Scientific Activities in the performance of his or her duties relating to the preparation and conduct of the Academy’s scientific research and other endeavors, including the management of the Academy Commissions, Program Committees and Study Groups, meetings and conferences, and international communications within the astronautical sciences. The Scientific Activities Committees reviews the work of Program Committees and the reports of Study Groups, and makes recommendations relating to these to the Board of Trustees. This Committee also recommends appointments of Chairpersons and members of Academy Commissions, Program Committees and Study Groups.

Practical Procedure

Creation – All IAA Study Groups listed in the official website are recognized as IAA study groups. In order to establish a Study Group the IAA need to receive from the appropriate commission and duly completed the “Proposal for Forming an IAA Study Group”, a list of proposed members with addresses, a scope and a schedule. When this information is received the Secretary General transmit to the SAC for decision at its next meeting. The Secretary General give a Study Group number and post the information on the web. All documents and detailed procedures are available at the Scientific Activity section.

Reporting – All reporting must be posted on the web via the IAA secretariat. If no progress reports provided by the commissions, the secretariat in February and September each year, will prepare a substitute report to update the various status charts in time for the next SAC meeting.

Approval of a Report – Approval of a report must be done according the following sequence:

1- Draft report submitted to the Commission,

2- Study Peer Review handled by the Commission,

3- Peer Reviewed report submitted to the SAC for approval

4- Report presented by SAC to the Board of Trustees for approval (one month needed)

5- The Secretary General give a written response on behalf of the Board of Trustees.

Publication – Publication of studies are the sole responsibility of the Academy and not the study group members. Copyright is given to the Academy. IAA Proprietary information must be incorporated on the back cover page.

How to propose a new Study Group

Study Groups can originate internally from Commissions or individual IAA members or from an external request to the IAA.
IAA Members or Corresponding Members wishing to organize a Study Group Report must complete the brief

Proposal for Forming an IAA Study Group form

Some clarifying comments relative to completing the form:
• Members of the Study Team should reflect the international and interdisciplinary criteria of the Study. The Study Chair must be an IAA Member or CM. Other membership should be selected with the interest and proper expertise to perform a high quality study.
• The Overall Goal should be defined so that meaningful results will be ready for peer review within three years. This time period may be extended in special cases with the permission of the Vice President for Scientific Programs.
• Methodology should describe the process by which the Overall Goals will be achieved. This includes information gathering using mechanisms such as IAA Symposia and Technical Sessions, evaluation approach, possible interim reporting to focus the study, and format of the final report (Global Study, position paper, etc.).
• Target Community is intended to define who or what organizations could act on or react to the Report.
• Support Needed will not be applicable in most cases, but if certain organizational or resource needs are believed necessary to support the Study Methodology, they should be defined.

The Lead Commission Secretary should be available to assist the Study Group Proposer in developing a worthwhile and practical study proposal, and to expedite getting valuable studies underway. If needed, the Section Liaison members of the Commission should identify candidate Study Group members with the required expertise. The Lead Commission Chair should review the scope of the proposed Study for overlap with other Commissions and involve other Chairs, as appropriate, to assure proper representation and evaluation. The Commission Chairs have been delegated responsibility by the President for appointing Study Group Chairs and Members, with Presidential concurrence required for studies initiated by the President or by an external request. The formal appointment letters signed by the Commission Chairs will be sent by the IAA secretariat. After approval by an Academy Commission(s) the proposal is forwarded to the Vice President for Scientific Programs, who will inform the IAA Board of the creation of the Study Group and its membership, and report to the Board periodically on Study progress.

Study Report Rules

IAA Study Groups must follow the following rules:

Process for IAA Studies

Guidelines for Study Groups

Study Group proposal form

Study Group status report form

Study Group review report form

Calls for Study Participation

The International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) is offering participation in several IAA studies.

How to respond to the Calls for Participating in IAA Studies

How to respond to the Calls for Participating in IAA Studies

In this section the International Academy of Astronautics announces the various opportunities to join an IAA study group. The announcement includes information about accessibility for non-members of the Academy including students, young professonals, etc. Clicking on the study title will allow more information about the Study Group proposal, Study Group leaders and initial membership. Interested candidates in any of the above studies must send by email to IAA office the study identification number along with their name, address, current work activity and short bio (phone number (33) 1 47 23 82 15 or Fax (33) 1 47 23 82 16).


SG 1.15 – International Cooperation on Space Weather

SG 1.15 – International Cooperation on Space Weather

Deadline February 1st, 2020

Any person interested may apply to join the group open to non members of the Academy, subject to appropriate qualification. The persons interested in participating may contact by email the IAA office or call at 33 1 47 23 82 15. The work of the international team is on volunteer basis with primarily use of internet, no travel required.

The complex interaction of the Solar magnetic field, electromagnetic radiation and particles emitted by the Sun and of galactic radiation with the interplanetary magnetic field and planetary atmospheres causes events and effects that are commonly referred to as space weather. Space weather can adversely affect spacecraft, satellites, electronic components and power-plant facilities, radio communications and other infrastructure elements on which human society is increasingly dependent. Over the last few decades a wide range of scientific programs and international initiatives have been conducted to study space weather. They have contributed to increase our understanding of space weather-related events and effects.
The purpose of this study is to review – from an international, scientific, economic and policy perspective – our present knowledge of space weather and its (socioeconomic) effects on human society, past and ongoing programmes and initiatives, identify possible existing gaps and untapped opportunities, and make recommendations and propose ways forward that could contribute to increase human society’s understanding of – and resilience to – space weather.


SG 2.14 – Medical Support for an International Human Expedition to Mars

– SG 2.14 Medical Support for an International Human Expedition to Mars

Deadline February 1st, 2020

Any person interested may apply to join the group open to non members of the Academy, subject to appropriate qualification. University students (Engineer Institute, Master, and PhD) are welcomed. The persons interested in participating may contact by email the IAA office or call at 33 1 47 23 82 15. The work of the international team is on volunteer basis with primarily use of internet, no travel required.

The study goal is to define and agree internationally the basic principles of medical support for future manned deep space exploration missions including flight to Mars. Intermediate Goals are: 1. Identification of system of risks of piloted flights in deep space in comparison with flights in Earth orbit. 2. Describe the potential medical-physiological problems menacing to health of astronauts and success of a performance of the mission. 3. Identification of new components of system of medical support in comparison with operating one and the description of their main characteristics. 4. Development of basic design of medical support system for deep space manned missions and main requirements for space systems development. 5. Identify differences of national agencies’ approach and clarify rationales for them. 6. Develop a strategic road map of creation of system of medical support of deep space manned missions and the offer to cooperation of agencies in this work.


SG 3.19 – Feasibility study of Standardized Career Dose Limits in LEO and outlook for BLEO

SG 3.19 – Feasibility study of Standardized Career Dose Limits in LEO and outlook for BLEO

Deadline February 1st, 2020

Any person interested may apply to join the group open to non members of the Academy, subject to appropriate qualification. University students (Biology, medicine, Engineer Institute, Master, and PhD) are welcomed. The persons interested in participating may contact by email the IAA office or call at 33 1 47 23 82 15. The work of the international team is on volunteer basis with primarily use of internet, no travel required.

It is expected Feasibility study of Standardized Career Dose Limits in LEO and outlook for BLEO. Space Agencies currently adopt different values for career dose limits in LEO. These differences require to be investigated. As yet no limits have been assigned for BLEO (beyond low Earth orbit). Since an important factor in the career dose limit study is the different values currently adopted within individual space agencies, it is appropriate to assemble an international group that can articulate the national viewpoints of the major space faring nations in the matter of setting career dose limits for LEO. The Study will attempt to reach an agreement among the participating representatives of Space Agencies on a standardized career dose limit for astronauts in LEO. This will also move forward the possibility of international cooperation in the matter of selecting crew members from different countries. A strategy for reaching a similar agreement for BLEO will be initiated.


SG 3.25 – The Maintainability and Supportability of Manned Spacecrafts in Deep Space

SG 3.25 – The Maintainability and Supportability of Manned Spacecrafts in Deep Space

Deadline February 1st, 2020

Any person interested may apply to join the group open to non members of the Academy, subject to appropriate qualification. The persons interested in participating may contact by email the IAA office or call at 33 1 47 23 82 15. The work of the international team is on volunteer basis with primarily use of internet, no travel required.

Aiming at characteristics of manned exploring in deep space about long period, considering roundly the problems faced to solve with maintenance and repairs, spares carrying and supplying, reliability and fault-tolerant redundant of manned spacecrafts in deep space, carrying out analysis of maintainability and supportability with different strategies, forming multi-parameter optimization design; based on the analysis results, research the implementation of maintainability and supportability with new technologies, providing different solutions and schemes


SG 3.28 – Strategy of Low Cost and Large Scale Access to Space in Future

SG 3.28 – Strategy of Low Cost and Large Scale Access to Space in Future

Deadline February 1st, 2020


Any person interested may apply to join the group open to non members of the Academy, subject to appropriate qualification. The persons interested in participating may contact by email the IAA office or call at 33 1 47 23 82 15. The work of the international team is on volunteer basis with primarily use of internet, no travel required.

This study will focus on the requirement of large scale access to space and how to launch thousands of payloads at low-cost. The corresponding technologies and methodology will be studied (low-cost design method of launch vehicles, Reusable technology, Launch Strategy for thousands of micro payloads, Private Vs. Governmental Management). Overall Goals are to identify the requirement of access to space and exploration payload in future, and required key technologies and methodology to meet this kind of requirement.


SG 3.32 – Autonomous Dynamic Trajectory Optimal Control of Launch Vehicles

SG 3.32 – Autonomous Dynamic Trajectory Optimal Control of Launch Vehicles

Deadline February 1st, 2020

Any person interested may apply to join the group open to non members of the Academy, subject to appropriate qualification. The persons interested in participating may contact by email the IAA office or call at 33 1 47 23 82 15. The work of the international team is on volunteer basis with primarily use of internet, no travel required.

This study will focus on failed launches due to reduced engine thrust. Advanced guidance and control techniques have the potential to save missions. Dynamic optimization methods are studied for launch vehicle flights. To reduce the risk of mission failure, trajectories and controls are reconstructed online to satisfy the requirements of autonomous flight control under faults and various uncertain conditions. The model-based embedded optimization algorithms are developed, which has abilities for rapid iterations and engineering application. The key is to address the real-time computation and convergence problems of online optimization and control.


SG 4.19 – Promoting Global Space Knowledge and Expertise in Developing Countries

SG 4.19 – Promoting Global Space Knowledge and Expertise in Developing Countries

Deadline February 1st, 2020

Any person interested may apply to join the group open to non members of the Academy, subject to appropriate qualification. The persons interested by giving lectures or courses are most welcome and may join the group or contact by email the IAA office or call at 33 1 47 23 82 15. The work of the international study team is on volunteer basis with primarily use of internet, no travel required. Expenses will be covered for the persons involved in the teaching work in space emerging countries which is the core subject of the study.

The Study aims at setting up a database of experts, retirees in particular, who are interested in participating in projects that will enhance the capacity and capability of emerging space nations and developing countries to benefit from space activities. This would contribute to the long term sustainability of outer space activities. The projects will be selected based on existing international mechanisms, such as UNCOPUOS and UNESCO, and will be sponsored through appropriate funding mechanisms that will be identified. The database will be hosted by IAA and all experts, Academicians or not, are warmly invited to join the group.


SG 4.20 – Space Information Application in Earthquake Emergency Response

SG 4.20 – Space Information Application in Earthquake Emergency Response

Deadline February 1st, 2020

Any person interested may apply to join the group open to non members of the Academy, subject to appropriate qualification. University students (Engineer Institute, Master, and PhD) are welcomed. The persons interested in participating may contact by email the IAA office or call at 33 1 47 23 82 15. The work of the international team is on volunteer basis with primarily use of internet, no travel required.

The study aims at forming a collaborative satellite rapid response mechanism for earthquake emergency response and providing a platform for international experts to contribute their wisdom in earthquakes. This would contribute to the long term sustainability of making full use of international advanced technology and experience for earthquake emergency response. Intermediate Goals are: 1. Integration and sharing of massive RS data; 2. Innovation of the remote sensing in earthquake emergency theory and technology; 3. Training of international young experts and the professional team; 4.Formation of the exchange mechanisms of satellite information in earthquake emergency response; 5. Enhance international exchange of remote sensing data and products in seismic disaster degree and extent; and 6. Construction of international cooperative on remote sensing of earthquake emergency response. Academicians or not, are warmly invited to join the group.


SG 6.16 – STEM / STEAM for Space: Grand Challenges

SG 6.16 – STEM / STEAM for Space: Grand Challenges

Deadline February 1st, 2020

Any person interested may apply to join the group open to non members of the Academy, subject to appropriate qualification. University students (Law, space law, economics, Engineer Institute, Master, and PhD) are welcomed. The persons interested in participating may contact by email the IAA office or call at 33 1 47 23 82 15. The work of the international team is on volunteer basis with primarily use of internet, no travel required.

The main goal of the IAA Multi-Commission Study Group “STEM/STEAM for Space: Grand Challenges” is to determine what needs to be done to enhance the impact of space science and technology on Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics (STEAM) education for the improvement all of society and, eventually, for the spread of mankind into the cosmos. This will involve the investigation of the long-term impact of STEM/STEAM education on Space Science and Technology for the future of Space Exploration. It will be carried out by the elite body of the IAA and its ambassadors from each IAA commission, with the cooperation of the most prestigious national academies around the globe through joint workshops, video-conferences, meetings. Annual reports will be used to make valuable recommendations for a road-map of action for all participants.


SG 6.17 – Multicultural Foundations and Influences of Human Space Exploration

SG 6.17 – Multicultural Foundations and Influences of Human Space Exploration

Deadline February 1st, 2020

Any person interested may apply to join the group open to non members of the Academy, subject to appropriate qualification. University students (Law, space law, economics, Engineer Institute, Master, and PhD) are welcomed. The persons interested in participating may contact by email the IAA office or call at 33 1 47 23 82 15. The work of the international team is on volunteer basis with primarily use of internet, no travel required.

The goal of this study will be to understand the meaning and impact of Human Space Exploration in the first 50 years for their Country and Culture. This study should increase awareness about different cultures within both traditional and newly emerged space nations. This understanding will be used to prepare a culturally balanced future Global Human Exploration Programs, taking into account the differences identified main goal of the IAA.


IAA Study Groups - Current Studies
as of October 15, 2019
Study Groups Commission 1 - Space Physical Sciences

SG 1.6 - Lunar Farside Protection (C. Maccone)

Title of the study: Protected Antipode Circle on Lunar Farside

Chair: Maccone Claudio
Secretary: Shuch Paul (TBC)

Activity:
Study group Proposal
Draft Final report , September 2014

Membership:
Brack Andre
Dominik Martin
Falcke Heino
Foing Bernard
Gurvits Leonid
Leger Alain
Masson-Zwaan Tanja L.
McKenna-Lawlor Susan
Schneider Jean
Shostak Seth G.
Tarter Jill
Von der Dunk Frans G.
Zaitsev Alexander
Zarnecki John C.

Archives:
Draft Final report , March 2012
Status report , 05 March 2012
Study group Membership
Study group Membership with addresses


SG 1.9 - Satellite remote sensing of aerosols in the Earth atmosphere (Y. Yatskiv)

Title of Study: Satellite remote sensing of aerosols in the Earth atmosphere

Chair: Yatskiv Yaroslav
Secretary: Milinevsky Gennadi P

Activity:
Study group Proposal
Study group presentation, September 2012
Study group status report, September 2013
Study group status report, March 2014
Study group presentation, March 2014
Study group status report, September 2014
Study group status report, March 2015
Study group status report, September 2015
Study group activity, March 2015 – September 2015
Study group status report, March 2016
Study group status report, September 2016
Study group status report, March 2017
Study group presentation, March 2017
Study group status report, September 2018
Study group presentation, September 2018
Study group status report, March 2019
Study group presentation, March 2019
Study group status report, October 2019

More information available at
https://aerosol-ua.mao.kiev.ua/index.php/en/

Membership:
Barresi Giangrande
Chen Yuanwei
Degtyarev Olexandr V
Fesyanov Igor
Ma Wenpo
Makarov Olexandr L
Oberemok Yevgen
Rosenbush Vera K
Sosonkin Mikhail
Syniavskyi Ivan
Ventskovsky Oleg


SG 1.11 - Comparative Climatology - Studying Planetary Climate to Understand our Planet (R. Ramachandran)

Title of Study: Comparative Climatology – Studying Planetary Climate to Understand our Planet

Co-Chair: Ocampo Adriana
Co-Chair: Ramachandran Radhika

Activity:
Study group Proposal
Planetary Robotic Exploration and Opportunities for International Collaboration on Climate Change: A Comparative Climatology Case Study
Study group status report, March 2014
Study group status report, September 2015
Study group status report, September 2016
Study group status report, March 2017
Study group status report, September 2017
Study group status report, March 2018
Study group status report, September 2018

Membership:
Bonnet Roger-Maurice
Cutts James A.
Limaye Sanjay
Mishra Manoj Kumar
Nizy Mathew
P. Senthil Kumar
Srivastava Abhishek Kumar
Subrahamanyam Damu Bala


SG 1.13 - Planetary Science Enabled by the New Generation of Cube-Sats and Miniaturized Scientific Instruments (J. Baker / G. Vane)

Title of Study: Planetary Science Enabled by the New Generation of Small Sats and Miniaturized Scientific Instruments

Co-Chair: Baker John
Co-Chair: Vane Gregg
Secretary: Bousquet Pierre

Activity:
Study group Proposal
Study group status report, September 2014
Study group status report, October 2015
Study group status report, March 2016
Study group status report, September 2016
Study group status report, March 2017

Membership:
Bhardwaj Anil
Castillo Julie
Clark Pamela E
Frazier William
Jaumann Ralf
Poncy Joel
Raymond Caro


SG 1.14 - Integrated Precursor Distinguish in Multi-Geophysical Fields around Global Earthquake Events with Magnitude larger than 7 in Recent 10 Years (Bao Weimin / JM. Contant / V. Kuznetsov)

Title of Study Group: Integrated Precursor Distinguish in Multi-Geophysical Fields around Global Earthquake Events with Magnitude larger than 7 in Recent 10 Years

Chair: Bao Weimin
Co-Chair: Contant Jean-Michel
Co-Chair: Kuznetsov Vladimir
Secretary: Xuemin Zhang

Activity:
Study group proposal
Study group status report, September 2015
Study group status report, March 2016
Study group status report, September 2016
Study group status report, March 2017
Study group status report, September 2017
Study group status report, March 2018
Study group status report, September 2018
Study group status report, March 2019
Study group status report, October 2019

Membership:
Cao Jinbin
Du Jianguo
Hattori Katsumi
He Liming
Kodama Tetsuya
Liu Jann-Yenq
Ouzounov Dimitar
Parrot Michel
Picozza Piergiorgio
Pulinets Sergey A.
Ruzhin Yury
Shen Xuhui
Tramutoli Valerio
Zhou Chen


SG 1.15 - International Cooperation on Space Weather (S. McKenna-Lawlor)

Title of the study: International Cooperation on Space weather

Chair:
McKenna-Lawlor Susan

Activity:
Study group Proposal
Study group status report, September 2016
Study group status report, March 2017
Study group status report, September 2018

Membership:
Bhardwaj Anil
Goncalves Patricia
Jackson Bernard
Panasyuk Michael
Paxton Larry
Reitz Guenther
Rochus Pierre
Townsend Lawrence


SG 1.16 - Expanding Options for Implementing Planetary Protection during Human Space Exploration (C. Conley / M. Race)

Title of Study Group: Expanding Options for Implementing Planetary Protection during Human Space Exploration

Chair: Catharine Conley
Secretary: Margaret Race

Activity:
Study group proposal
Study group status report, September 2013
Study group interim report, January 2014
Study group presentation, January 09, 2014, Washington DC, USA
Study group status report, March 2017
Study group status report, September 2017

 

Membership:
Heidmann Richard
Kundrot Craig E.
Raulin Francois
Razoumny Yury N.
Rettberg Petra
Rummel John D.
Sarkar Somya S.
Spry James A.
Tian Feng
Trushlyakov Valeriy


Study Groups Commission 2 - Space Life Sciences

SG 2.12 - Effectiveness of different physiological countermeasures to spaceflight deconditioning (J.B. Charles / I. Kozlovskaya)

Title of Study: Effectiveness of physiological countermeasures for spaceflight induced deconditioning

Co-Chair: Charles John B.
Co-Chair: Kozlovskaya Inessa
Secretary: Norsk Peter

Activity:
Study group Proposal
Study group status report, September 2013
Study group status report, March 2014
Study group status report, September 2014
Study group status report, March 2015
Study group status report, March 2016
Study group status report, September 2016
Study group status report, March 2017
Study group status report, March 2018
Study group status report, September 2018
Study group status report, March 2019

Membership:
Angerer Oliver
Cromwell Ronita L.
Evetts Simon
Johnson-Green Perry
Mukai Chiaki
Ohshima Hiroshi
Paloski William H.
Petersen Nora
Rittweger Joern
Scott Jonathan
Sundblad Patrik


SG 2.14 - Medical Support for an International Human Expedition to Mars (O. Orlov / J. Davis)

Title of Study: Medical Support for an International Human Expedition to Mars

Chair: Orlov Oleg
Co-Chair: Doarn Charles R
Secretary: Kussmaul Anna

Activity:
Study group Proposal
Study group status report, September 2013
Study group status report, March 2014
Study group status report, September 2014
Study group status report, March 2015
Study group status report, September 2015
Study group status report, March 2016
Study group status report, September 2016
Study group status report, March 2017
Study group status report, March 2018
Study group status report, March 2019
Study group status report, October 2019

Membership:
Belakovskyi Mark
Bogomolov Valery
Damann Volker
Davis Jeffrey
Fomina Elena
Graef Peter
Gunga Hanns-Christian
Jennings Richard
Law Jennifer
Mukai Chiaki
Richard Elizabeth E
Saniotis Arthur
Suvorov Alexander
Ullrich Oliver
Vanderploeg James
White Ronald J
Zell Martin


SG 2.15 - Immersion Model: Importance for Space Life Sciences Studies (T. Mano / E. Tomilovskaya)

Title of Study: Immersion Model: Importance for Space Life Sciences Studies

Co-Chair: Mano Tadaaki
Co-Chair: Tomilovskaya Elena
Secretary: Nemira Olga

Activity:
Study group Proposal
Study group status report, March 2016
Study group plan, March 2017
Study group status report, March 2017
Study group status report, March 2018
Study group status report, September 2018
Study group status report, March 2019

Membership:
Custaud Marc-Antoine
Denise Pierre
Iwase Satoshi
Kozlovskaya Inessa
Larina Irina
Reschke Millard
Riva Dario
Saner Hugo
Sayenko Dimitry
Stahn Alexander
Viir Ragnar
Wuyts Floris


SG 2.17 - Dynamic Assessment and Management of Astronauts' Physical Health Post-Landing (JP. Haignere / D. Prunariu)

Title of Study: Dynamic Assessment and Management of Astronauts’ Physical Health Post-Landing

Chair: Haignere Jean-Pierre
Secretary: Prunariu Dumitru-Dorin

Activity:
Study group Proposal

Membership:
TBC


SG 2.18 - Sleeping Brain in Space and Analog Environments- Investigation of microgravity effect and identification of robust countermeasures (C. Kourtidou / P. Bamidis)

Title of Study: Sleeping Brain in Space and Analog Environments- Investigation of microgravity effect and identification of robust countermeasures

Co-Chair: Bamidis Panagiotis
Co-Chair: Kourtidou-Papadeli Chrysoula
Secretary: Green David

Activity:
Study group Proposal
Study Group meeting, 01st October 2018, Bremen, Germany
Study group status report, March 2019

Membership:
Frantzidis Christos A.
Gkivogkli Polyxeni


Study Groups Commission 3 - Space Technology & System Development

SG 3.18 - Possible International Protocol to handle Crisis/Emergency of Astronauts in Low Earth Orbit (S. Ramakrishnan)

Title of Study Group: Possible International Protocol to handle Crisis/Emergency of Astronauts in Low Earth Orbit

Chair: Ramakrishnan Sundaram
Secretary: Nair Unnikrishnan S.

Activity:
Study group proposal
Study group status report, September 2013
Study group preliminary report, January 2014
Study group status report, March 2014
Study group status report, September 2014
Study group status report, September 2015
Study group status report, March 2016
Study group status report, September 2016

Membership:
Hawes Michael
Hufenbach Berhard
Marboe Irmgard
Sheeju Chandran
Zhang Shu


SG 3.19 - Feasibility study of Standardized Career Dose Limits in LEO and outlook for BLEO (S. Mckenna-Lawlor)

Title of Study Group: Feasibility study of Standardized Career Dose Limits in LEO and outlook for BLEO

Chair: McKenna-Lawlor Susan

Activity:
Study group proposal
Study group status report, September 2014
Study group status report, March 2014
Study group presentation, January 2014, Washington DC, USA
Study group status report, September 2013
Study group status report, October 2015
Study group status report, September 2016
Study group presentation, March 2017
Study group status report, September 2018

Membership:
Ambrozova Iva
Bhardwaj Anil
Chen Yifeng
Ferrari Franco
Granja Carlos
Guo Jingnan
Hellweg Christine
Jemison Mae C
Lal A. K
Lazutin Leonid L
Lenard Roger
Li Detian
Li Yinghui
Nagamatsu Aiko
Nymmik Rikho
Panasyuk Michael
Pinsky Lawrence S
Qin Xiaogang
Reitz Guenther
Shukor Sheik Muszaphar
Singhvi A. K
Straube Ulrich
Tomi Leena
Townsend Lawrence W
Turner Ronald E
Xue Yuxiong
Yang Shengsheng
Zagreev Boris


SG 3.21 - Space Disposal of Radioactive Waste (O. Degtyarev)

Title of Study Group: Space Disposal of Radioactive Waste

Chair: Degtyarev Olexandr

Activity:
Study group proposal
Study group presentation, September 2012
Study group status report, September 2014
Study group status report, March 2015
Study group status report, October 2015
Study group status report, March 2016
Study group draft report, March 2016
Study group status report, September 2016
Study group status report, March 2017
Study group status report, September 2017
Study group status report, March 2019

Membership:
Andoni Dorina
Baranov Eugeniy
Genta Giancarlo
Kostenko Victor
Kushnarov Olexandr
Pastor Vinader Miquel
Pyshnev Vladimir
Slyunyayev Mykola M
Takahashi Sakurato
Ventskovsky Oleg


SG 3.22 - Next-Generation Space System Development Basing on On-Orbit-Servicing Concept (Y. Razoumny)

Title of Study Group: Road to Space Elevator Era

Chair: Tsuchida Akira
Co-Chair: Raitt David
Co-Chair: Swan Peter
Secretary: Hatsumi Ishida

Activity:
Study group proposal
Study group meeting, 2 October 2014, Toronto, Canada
Advances of Tether Technology Experiment in Space
Space Elevator Advanced Construction Process – Utilization of Space Debris for SE Counterweight Mass Increase
ISEC Researh Activities
Study group status report, March 2015
Study group meeting, 23 March 2015, Paris, France
Study group meeting, 20 August 2015, Seattle, USA
Study group status report, September 2015
Study group meeting, 12 October 2015, Jerusalem, Israel
Study group status report, March 2016
Study group meeting, 21 March 2016, Paris, France
Study group meeting, 19 August 2016, Seattle, USA
Study group status report, September 2016
Study group meeting, 29 September 2016, Guadalajara, Mexico
Study group status report, March 2017
Study group meeting, 20 March 2017, Paris, France
Study group meeting, 26 August 2017, Seattle, USA
Study group status report, September 2017
Study Group meeting, 28 September 2017, Adelaide, Australia
Study group status report, March 2018
Study Group meeting, 27 March 2018, Paris, France
Study Group meeting, 04 October 2018, Bremen, Germany (16h00-17h30)

Membership:
Agrawal Brij N
Aoki Yoshio
Aoki Setsuko
Aslanov Vladimir S
Baranov Evgeniy
Cohen Stephen
Fitzgerald Michael
Fujii Hironori
Hall Vern
Guerman Anna
Ishikawa Yoji
Kai Sunao
Knapman John
Kushnarov Olexandr
Misra Arun K
Ohno Shuishi
Osinovyy Gennadiy
Pasko Vadym
Sato Minoru
Shen Lin
Swan Cathy W
Takahashi Sakurako
Wright Dennis
Yamagiwa Yoshiki


SG 3.24 - Road to Space Elevator Era (A. Tsuchida / D. Raitt / P. Swan)

Title of Study Group: Road to Space Elevator Era

Chair: Tsuchida Akira
Co-Chair: Raitt David
Co-Chair: Swan Peter
Secretary: Hatsumi Ishida

Activity:
Study group proposal
Study group meeting, 2 October 2014, Toronto, Canada
Advances of Tether Technology Experiment in Space
Space Elevator Advanced Construction Process – Utilization of Space Debris for SE Counterweight Mass Increase
ISEC Researh Activities
Study group status report, March 2015
Study group meeting, 23 March 2015, Paris, France
Study group meeting, 20 August 2015, Seattle, USA
Study group status report, September 2015
Study group meeting, 12 October 2015, Jerusalem, Israel
Study group status report, March 2016
Study group meeting, 21 March 2016, Paris, France
Study group meeting, 19 August 2016, Seattle, USA
Study group status report, September 2016
Study group meeting, 29 September 2016, Guadalajara, Mexico
Study group status report, March 2017
Study group meeting, 20 March 2017, Paris, France
Study group meeting, 26 August 2017, Seattle, USA
Study group status report, September 2017
Study Group meeting, 28 September 2017, Adelaide, Australia
Study group status report, March 2018
Study Group meeting, 27 March 2018, Paris, France
Study Group meeting, 04 October 2018, Bremen, Germany (16h00-17h30)

Membership:
Agrawal Brij N
Aoki Yoshio
Aoki Setsuko
Aslanov Vladimir S
Baranov Evgeniy
Cohen Stephen
Fitzgerald Michael
Fujii Hironori
Hall Vern
Guerman Anna
Ishikawa Yoji
Kai Sunao
Knapman John
Kushnarov Olexandr
Misra Arun K
Ohno Shuishi
Osinovyy Gennadiy
Pasko Vadym
Sato Minoru
Shen Lin
Swan Cathy W
Takahashi Sakurako
Wright Dennis
Yamagiwa Yoshiki


SG 3.25 - The Maintainability and Supportability of Deep Space Manned Spacecrafts (Yang Hong)

Title of Study Group: The Maintainability and Supportability of Manned Spacecrafts in Deep Space

Chair: Yang Hong
Secretary: Zhang Dapeng

Activity:
Study group proposal
Study group status report, September 2016
Study group status report, March 2017
Study group status report, September 2017
Study group status report, March 2018
Study group status report, March 2019
Study group presentation, March 2019
Study group status report, October 2019

Membership:
Jaworski Jaroslaw
Li Zhihai
Masato Sakurai
Wei Chuanfeng


SG 3.26 - Space Mineral Resources #2 (A. Dula / Zhang Z. / R. Lenard)

Title of Study Group: Space Mineral Resources #2

Chair: Dula Arthur M.
Co-Chair: Zhang Zhenjun
Secretary: Lenard Roger X.
Secretary: Swan Peter

Activity:
Study group proposal
Study group status report, September 2016
Study group meeting minutes, September 27, 2016, Guadalajara, Mexico
Study group status report, February 2017
Study group meeting minutes, March 22, 2017, Paris, France
Study group status report, July 2017
Study group meeting minutes, September 26, 2017, Adelaide, Australia
Study group status report, March 2018
Study group workshop minutes, May 27, 2018, Los Angeles, USA (Program of the Workshop)
Study Group meeting minutes, October 2nd, 2018, Bremen, Germany
Study group status report, October 2019

Membership:
Al-Marri Salem
Altwaijry Haithem
Blair Brad
Bonnal Christophe
Boyd Andrea
Dorrington Scott
Dreyer Christopher
Faber Daniel
Friedman Anat
Gonzales Fernando
Gump David
Hertzfeld Henry
Hightower John B.
Hoefer Bernd J.
Jaleel-Khan Shirazi
McKenna-Lawlor Susan
Sachdeva G.S.
Shevchenko Vladislav
Simpson Michael
Swan Cathy
Tumlinson Rick
Venkitakrishnan P.V.


SG 3.27 - Towards the utilization of the Moon, Preparing for Mars Exploration (G. Genta / O. Ventskovsky)

Title of Study Group: Towards the utilization of the Moon, Preparing for Mars Exploration

Co-Chair: Genta Giancarlo
Co-Chair: Ventskovsky Oleg
Secretary: Johnson Leslie C.

Activity:
Study group proposal
Study group status report, September 2017
Study group meeting, 25 September 2017, Adelaide, Australia
Study group status report, March 2018
Study group status report, September 2018
Study group meeting, 01st October 2018, Bremen, Germany
Study group status report, March 2019
Study group status report, October 2019

Membership:
Dula Arthur M.
Hufenbach Bernhard
Lenard Roger
McKenna-Lawlor Susan
Perino Maria Antonietta
Sallaberger Christian S.
Salotti Jean-Marc
Scimemi Sam


SG 3.28 - Strategy of Low Cost and Large Scale Access to Space in Future (Lu Yu / G. Reibaldi)

Title of Study Group: Strategy of Low Cost and Large Scale Access to Space in Future

Chair: Lu Yu
Co-Chair: Reibaldi Giuseppe
Co-Secretary: Wang Xiaowei
Co-Secretary: Zhang Feng

Activity:
Study group proposal
Preliminary report presentation, Adelaide, Australia.
Study group Status report, March 2018.
Study group Status report, September 2018.
Study group meeting, October 3rd, 2018, Bremen, Germany.
Study group Status report, March 2019.
Study group Status report, October 2019.

Membership:
Di Sotto Emanuele
Razoumny Yury
Swan Peter
Tsuchida Akira


SG 3.29 - Strategy and Feasibility Assessment of Collision Protection from Asteroid and Comet: Concept, Technology, and Prospect (B. Weimin)

Title of the study: Strategy and Feasibility Assessment of Collision Protection from Asteroid and Comet: Concept, Technology, and Prospect

Chair: Bao Weimin
Secretary: Yu Zhengshi

Activity:
Study group Proposal
Study group Status report, March 2018
Study group Status report, September 2018
Study group Status report, March 2019


Membership:
Barucci M. Antonietta
Crassidis John L.
Cui Pingyuan
Dai Juan
Gao Ai
Fulchignoni Marcello
Qiao Dong
Liu Yang
Scheeres Daniel J.
Shang Haibin
Visser Pieter N.
Wu Weiren
Xu Rui
Zhu Shengying


SG 3.30 - Space and its Utility in Forecasting Climate Change (R. Lenard)

Title of the study: Space and its Utility in Forecasting Climate change

Chair: Lenard Roger
Secretary: De Antonio Emeline

Activity:
Study group Proposal
Study group status report, March 2019
Study group status report, October 2019

Membership:
Genta Giancarlo
Schilling Klaus


SG 3.31 - Solar Energy from Space: a Decadal Revisit to the first International Assessment of Opportunities, Issues and Potential Pathways Forward (J. Mankins)

TBD


SG 3.32 - Autonomous Dynamic Trajectory Optimal Control of Launch Vehicles (Zhengyu Song / JM. Astorg)

Title of the study: Autonomous Dynamic Trajectory Optimal Control of Launch Vehicles

Chair: Zhengyu Song
Co-Chair: Jean-Marc Astorg
Secretary: Danjun Zhao

Activity:
Study group Proposal
Study group status report, October 2019

Membership:
Biegler Lorenz T.
Chen Weifeng
Liu Xinfu
Nie Rongmei
Shao Zhijiang
Theil Stephan
Wang Cong
Wang Xiaowei
Wen Chih-Yung
Xue Xiaopeng
Zhang Yu


SG 3.33 - The Space Transportation System of Human Mars Exploration (Wang Xiaojun / Wang Xiaowei)

TBD


Study Groups Commission 4 - Space System Operation & Utilization

SG 4.17 - Space Systems for Biomedical Research (C. Cappelletti / F. Graziani)

Title of Study: Space Systems for Biomedical Research

Co-Chair: Cappelletti Chantal
Co-Chair: Graziani Filippo
Secretary: Bezerra Eduardo Augusto

Activity:
Study group Proposal
Study group status report, September 2014
Study group status report, March 2015
Study group status report, March 2017
Study group status report, September 2017
Study group status report, September 2018
Study group status report, March 2019

Membership:
Balint Tibor S.
Cappelletti Claudio
Degtyarev Olexandr V.
Harvey Lawrence M.
Magalhaes Kelly Grace
Malphrus Benjamin K.
Massimiani Chiara
Notarangelo Angelantonio
Torchia Francesco
Veras Carlos
Zambuzzi Willian
Zea Luis


SG 4.19 - Promoting Global Space Knowledge & Expertise in Developing Countries - (Y. Horikawa)

Title of Study: Promoting Global Space Knowledge and Expertise in Developing Countries

Chair: Horikawa Yasushi
Secretary: Coradini Marcello

Activity:
Study group Proposal
Study group status report, March 2014
Study group status report, March 2015
Study group status report, September 2016

Membership:
Andruske Linda L.
Gutierrez Jordi L.
Holm Jeanne
Kinyua Meshack
Nader Ronnie A.
Othman Mazlan
Zhou Zhicheng


SG 4.20 - Space Information Application in Earthquake Emergency Response (Bao Weimin / JM. Contant / JP. Muller / F. Yamazaki)

Title of Study Group: Space Information Application in Earthquake Emergency Response

Chair: Bao Weimin
Co-Chair: Contant Jean-Michel
Co-Chair: Muller Jan-Peter
Secretary: Zhang Jingfa

Activity:
Study group proposal
Study group status report, September 2015
Study group status report, March 2016
Study group status report, September 2016
Study group status report, March 2017
Study group presentation, March 2017
Study group status report, September 2017
Study group status report, March 2018
Study group status report, September 2018
Study group presentation, September 2018
Study group status report, March 2019

Membership:
Chen Yuanwei
Ge Linlin
Liao Jingjuan
Lin Hui
Shen Xuhui
Wang Xiaoqing
Zhu Jiajun


SG 4.21 - Distributed, Networked, Smart, Cooperating Small Satellite Formations (I. Belokonov / K. Schilling)

Title of Study Group: Distributed, Networked, Smart, Cooperating Small Satellite Formations

Co-Chair: Belokonov Igor
Co-Chair: Schilling Klaus
Co-Secretary: Avaryaskin Denis
Co-Secretary: Busch Stephan

Activity:
Study group proposal
Study group status report, October 2015
Study group status report, March 2016
Study group status report, September 2017
Study Group meeting, October 2nd 2018, Bremen, Germany
Study group status report, March 2019

Membership:
Agelet Fernando
D’Amico Simone
Gurfil Pini
Ovchinnikov Michael
Romanov Alexey A.
Steyn Willem H.


SG 4.22 - Through Optimization of Aerospace Trajectories (P. Teofilatto)

Title of Study Group: Through Optimization of Aerospace Trajectories

Chair: Teofilatto Paolo
Co-Chair: Filatyev Alexander
Secretary: Yanova Olga

Activity:
Study group proposal
Study group status report, March 2018
Study group status report, September 2018
Study group status report, March 2019

Membership:
Carletta Stefano
Choukroun Daniel
Curti Fabio
Golikov Alexander
Konstantinov Mikhail S
Petukhov Viacheslav G
Pontani Mauro
Sagalakov Alexander
Smirnov Gueorgui
Spiller Dario


SG 4.23 - Post-Mission Disposal for Micro and Smaller Satellites: Concepts and Trade Studies (D. McKnight / T. Hanada/ A. da Silva Curiel / P. Martinez)

Title of Study Group: Post-Mission Disposal for Micro and Smaller Satellites: Concepts and Trade Studies

Co-Chair: da Silva Curiel Alex
Co-Chair: Hanada Toshiya
Co-Chair: Martinez Peter
Co-Chair: McKnight Darren
Secretary: Kawashima Rei

Activity:
Study group proposal
Study group status report, March 2019

Study Group Final Report, May 2019

Membership:
Aslan Alim Restem
Bastida Virgili Benjamin
Bonnal Christophe
Cho Mengu
de Almeida J. Sergio
Dolado Perez Juan-Carlos
Emanuelli Matteo
Johnson Christopher D.
Kitazawa Yukihito
Klinkrad Heiner
Kuwahara Toshinori
Laufer Rene
Macdonald Malcolm
Miyazaki Yasuyuki
Sahara Hironori
Schaub Hanspeter
Schildknecht Thomas
Spencer David B
Steyn Willem H
Sweeting Martin
Trofimov Sergey
Wiedemann Carsten


SG 4.24 - Knowledge Management for Space Applications (R. Mugellesi-Dow)

Title of Study Group: Disseminating knowledge and experiences of satellite applications to improve global cooperation and help societies around the world

Chair: Muguellesi-Dow Roberta

Activity:
Study group proposal
Study group status report, September 2018
Study group status report, March 2019

Membership:
Alonsoperez Victoria
Barrow Liz
Barresi Beatrice
Becerra jairo
Castillo Urdapilleta Julio Cesar
Corbran Roxana
de las Mercedes Esquivel Maria
Khwambala patricia
Mostert Sias
Newton Elizabeth


Study Groups Commission 5 - Space Policies, Law & Economics

SG 5.10 - Orbital Debris Removal: Policy, Legal, Political and Economic Considerations (S. Hobe / RA. Williamson)

Title of the study: Orbital Debris Removal: Policy, Legal, Political and Economic Considerations

Co-chair: Hobe Stephan
Co-chair: Smith Lesley-Jane
Co-chair: Williamson Ray A.

Activity:
Study group Proposal
Study group status report, September 2014
Study group status report, March 2016
Study group status presentation, March 2016
Study group status presentation, September 2016
Study group status presentation, March 2017
Study group status report, September 2017
Study group status report, September 2018
Study group status report, March 2019
Study group status report, October 2019

Membership:
Bonnal Christophe
Devouge Sylvain
Ekweozoh Irene
Gaubert Cecile
Hertzfeld Henry
Jakhu Ram
Klingrad Heiner
Kreisel Joerg
Macauley Molly
Matthieu Charlotte
McKnight Darren
Prasad MYS
Simpson Michael
Stelmach Olga
Von der Dunk Frans
Yasaka Tetsuo
Weeden Brian


SG 5.12 - Dynamics of Space Exploration Strategies and Future Outlook (S. Plattard / P. Ehrenfreund)

Title of the Study: Dynamics of Space Exploration Activities and Outlook

Chair: TBC
Co-Chair: Ehrenfreund Pascale
Secretary: Peter Nicolas

Activity:
Study group Proposal Form
Study group status report, March 2014
Dynamics of Space Exploration Strategies and Future Outlook presentation, Washington DC, USA
Study group status report, September 2014
Study group status report, March 2015
Study group status report, September 2015
Study group status report, March 2016
Study group presentation, March 2016
Study group status report, September 2016

Membership:
Hertzfeld Henry R.
Logsdon John M.
Lupisella Mark
Mackwell Stephen
Masson-Zwaan Tanja
Michel Patrick
Othman Mazlan
Plattard Serge
Reed Cheryl
Saccoccia Giorgio
Suzuki Kazuto
Ventskovsky Oleg
Westall Frances


SG 5.13 - Space Systems as Critical Infrastructure (M. Piso)

Title of the Study: Space Systems as Critical Infrastructure

Chair: Piso Marius-Ioan
Secretary: Jivanescu Iulia
Secretary: Neagu Oana

Activity:
Study group Proposal Form
Study group status report, September 2013
Study group status report, October 2015

Membership:
Botezatu Ulpia
Jankowitsch Peter
Koschny Detlef
Othman Mazlan
Prunariu Dumitru-Dorin


SG 5.16 - International Legal and Policy Regimes for Space Natural Resources Exploitation and Utilization (SREU) (Liu Jizhong / E. Back-Impallomeni †)

Title of the Study: International Legal and Policy Regimes for Space Natural Resources Exploitation and Utilization (SREU)

Co-Chair: Liu Jizhong
Co-Chair:
Back-Impallomeni Elizabeth †
Co-Secretary: Ruihong Yang

Activity:
Study group Proposal Form
Study group status report , March 2017
Study group status report , September 2017
Study group status report , March 2018
Study group status report , September 2018
Study group status report , March 2019
Study group status report , October 2019

Membership:
Aoki Setsuko
Feng Guodong
Freeland Steve
Jiang Shengli
Kazemi Hamid
Li Jianghong
Stubbe Peter
Su Jinyuan
Takaya Yuri
Wang Guoyu
Wang Jilian
Wang Qian
Wang Wei
Yuan Jie


SG 5.17 - Situation Report on Space Debris (C. Bonnal / D. McKnight)

Title of Study Group: IAA Space Debris Situation report – 2019

Co-Chair: Bonnal Christophe
Co-Chair: McKnight Darren

Activity:
Study group proposal
Study group status report , October 2019

Membership:
TBC


Study Groups Commission 6 - Space & Society, Culture & Education

SG 6.16 - STEM / STEAM for Space - Grand Challenges (L. Regel / W. Harris)

Title of the study: STEM / STEAM for Space – Grand Challenges


Chair:
Regel Liya
Co-Chair: Harris Wesley L.
Secretary: Maizza Giovanni

Activity:
Study group Proposal Form
Status report, September 2014
Status report, March 2015
Study group meeting, 25 March 2015, Paris, France – Agenda of the meeting
1st IAA Symposium on STEM/STEAM for Space, Paris, France, March 25, 2016
Status report, September 2016
Status report, March 2017
Status report, September 2017
Status report, March 2018
Status report, September 2018
Status report, March 2019
Status report, September 2019

2nd Symposium on STEAM for Space Leaders of Tomorrow, 28-29 October, 2019 MIT, Cambridge, USA
Chairs: Prof. Dr. Liya Regel and Prof. Dr. Wesley Harris
Speakers: Members of National Academies, government agencies, universities, companies, and private organizations

Membership:
Alifanov Oleg M
Boy Guy Andre
Cai Guobiao
de Vries Herie
Duarte Carlos
Deng Yulin
Ercoli Finzi Amalia
Frischauf Norbert
Gany Alon
Ghafoor Nadeem
Gutierrez Jordi
Kharti Amal
Liu Qiusheng
Kozlovskaya Inessa B
Malina Roger F
McPhee Jancy C.
Munsami Valanathan
Lavagna Michele
Oliver Carol
Orlov Oleg
Ortiz Gil Amelia
Ramachandran Radhika
Reibaldi Giuseppe G
Roman M. Alejandro J.
Sasaki Kaori
Vavilova Irina B.
Ventskovsky Oleg
Zhuang Fengyuan


SG 6.17 - Multicultural foundations and influences of human space exploration (J. Arnould / L. Laidet)

Title of the study: Multicultural Foundations and Influences of Human Space Exploration


Chair:
Arnould Jacques
Secretary: Laidet Louis

Activity:
Study group Proposal Form

Membership:
TBC


IAA Study Groups - Completed Studies
as of October 15, 2019
Study Groups Commission 1 - Space Physical Sciences

SG 1.1 - Next Steps in Exploring Deep Space

Title of the Study: The Next Steps in Exploring Deep Space

Study group Proposal
Study group Addresses

 

Membership:

Name Prenoms Grade SEC Nationality
Chair Huntress, Jr. WesleyT. M 1 USA
Co-Chair Clark Benton C CM 1 USA
Co-Chair Farquhar RobertW M 2 USA
Co-Chair Zimmerman JamesV M 4 USA
Secretary TBD
Members Bourke Roger D USA
Coradini Marcello France
O’Neil WilliamJ M 2 USA
Stetson DouglasS. USA
Van Der Ha JosefC Germany

 

Documentation:

Final Report

IAA / ESA Workshop on the Next Steps in Exploring Deep Space, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, 22 – 23 September 2003


SG 1.5 - Particle Radiation Hazards en route to and at Mars (S. McKenna-Lawlor)

Title of the Study: Particle Radiation Hazards en route to and at Mars

Chair: Susan McKenna-Lawlor, Ireland


Activity:
Study group Proposal
Study group Addresses (see restricted section)
Status report, March 2012

Restricted section of the Study Group 1.5

Membership:

Daniel Heyndericx, Belgium
Norma Crosby, Belgium
Hilde de Witt, Belgium
Gerald Degreef, Belgium
J. C. Worms, France
Günther Reitz, Germany
Olga E. Malandraki, Greece
Patrícia Gonçalves, Portugal
Ana Keating, Portugal
Sara Valente, Portugal
V. M. Petrov, Russia
A. V. Kolomensky, Russia
V. G. Mitrikas, Russia
A. V. Shafirkin, Russia
G. De Angelis, Russia
A. Aran, Spain
Y. Futaana, Sweden
M. Yamauchi, Sweden
Laurent Desorgher , Switzerland
Petteri Nieminen, The Netherlands
Giovanni Santin, The Netherlands
Eamonn Daly, The Netherlands
Mark Pozner, The Netherlands
L.R. Dartnell, UK
Pete Truscott, UK
Fan Lei, UK
Stephen Gabriel, UK
Janet Luhmann, USA
S. B. Guetersloh, USA
M. Van Baalen, USA
C. Zeitlin, USA
B. Gersey, USA
D. Lario, USA
D.A. Brain, USA
G.T. Delory, USA
R.J. Lillis, USA
D. Ulusen, USA
D. Mitchell, USA
Thomas P. Armstrong, USA
Joan Feynman, USA
Henry Garrett, USA


SG 1.7 - SETI Declaration

TBD


SG 1.8 - Global Satellite System for monitoring and forecasting of the Earth seismic activity (O. Degtyarev)

Title of Study: Global Satellite System for monitoring and forecasting of the Earth seismic activity

Chair: Degtyarev Olexandr V.

Activity:
Study group proposal form
Study group presentation, September 2012
Study group status report, September 2014

Membership:
Barresi Giangrande
Cao Jinbin
Fedorov Oleg
Graziani Filippo
Inchin Alexandr S.
Korepanov Valery E
Makarov Olexandr L
Ovchinnikov Michael
Pulinets Sergey A.
Ventskovsky Oleg
Yatskiv Yaroslav S


Study Groups Commission 2 - Space Life Sciences

SG 2.2 - Artificial Gravity as a Tool in Biology and Medicine

Title of the Study: Artificial Gravity as a Tool in Biology and Medicine

Chair: Laurence Young
Co-Chair: Kazuyoshi Yajima
Secretary: William Paloski

Table of contents

Study group Proposal
Study group Membership
Study group Membership with addresses

Final report on Artificial Gravity Research to enable Human Space Exploration

Status report, September 2006
Status report, March 2005
Status report, September 2004


SG 2.4 - Psychology and Culture in Long Duration Space Missions

Title of the Study: Psychology and Culture in Long Duration Space Missions

Table of contents

Study group Proposal
Study group Membership
Study group Membership with addresses

Final report, December 17, 2007 (submitted to the Board of Trustees)
Final report, November 28, 2006

Status report, December 2007
Status report, September 2006
Status report, March 2005
Minutes Vancouver Meeting, October 4, 2004
Minutes Moscow Meeting, 10 November, 2003


SG 2.6 - Medical Safety Guidelines for Passengers on Commercial Orbital Space Flights

Title of the Study: Medical Safety Guidelines for Passengers on Commercial Orbital Space Flights

Table of contents

Study group Proposal
Study group Membership
Study group Membership with addresses

Status report, 08 September 2006
Status report, 08 March 2007
Status report, 26 November 2007


SG 2.8 - e-Learning in Space Life Sciences (C. Kourtidou Papadeli)

Title of the study: e-Learning, Education Content Sharing: Technical & Legal Issues in Space Life Sciences

Study Group co-chair: Chrysoula Kourtidou-Papadeli
Study Group co-chair: Gerda Horneck
Study Group secretary: Panagiotis Bamidis

Table of contents

Study group Proposal
Study group Membership
Study group Membership with addresses

Draft Final report

Status report, March 2012
Status report, March 2011
Status report
, March 2010
Status report, March 2009

Module: New Trends in Educational Technology
Study presentation
Program Committee 2010

Survey is available at:
http://kedip.med.auth.gr/limesurvey/index.php?sid=45682&lang=en

Second step of the survey is available at:
http://kedip.med.auth.gr/limesurvey/index.php?sid=49121&lang=en


SG 2.8 - e-Learning in Space Life Sciences (C. Kourtidou Papadeli)

Title of the study: e-Learning, Education Content Sharing: Technical & Legal Issues in Space Life Sciences

Study Group co-chair: Chrysoula Kourtidou-Papadeli
Study Group co-chair: Gerda Horneck
Study Group secretary: Panagiotis Bamidis

Table of contents

Study group Proposal
Study group Membership
Study group Membership with addresses

Draft Final report

Status report, March 2012
Status report, March 2011
Status report
, March 2010
Status report, March 2009

Module: New Trends in Educational Technology
Study presentation
Program Committee 2010

Survey is available at:
http://kedip.med.auth.gr/limesurvey/index.php?sid=45682&lang=en

Second step of the survey is available at:
http://kedip.med.auth.gr/limesurvey/index.php?sid=49121&lang=en


SG 2.9 - International Standards for Bed Rest Studies (P. Sundblad / O. Orlov)

Title of Study: International Standards for Bed Rest Studies

Co-Chair: Patrik Sundblad
Co-Chair: Oleg Orlov

Secretary: David Francisco

Table of contents

Study group Proposal
Study group Membership
Study group Membership with email addresses

Study group status report March 2012
Study group status report March 2011
Study group status report October 2009


SG 2.10 - International Cooperation for Space Exploration Knowledge Sharing and Development in Africa (M. MacLeish / J. Akynyede / R.J. White)

Title of the study: International Cooperation for Space Exploration Knowledge Sharing and Development in Africa

Co-chair: Marlene MacLeish
Co-chair: Joseph Akinyede
Co-chair: Ronald J. White

Activity:
Study group Proposal
Global Cooperation for Space Development and Knowledge Transfer in Africa, Washington DC, USA, January 2014

report

Membership:
Study group Membership
Study group Membership with addresses


SG 2.10 - International Cooperation for Space Exploration Knowledge Sharing and Development in Africa (M. MacLeish / J. Akynyede / R.J. White)

Title of the study: International Cooperation for Space Exploration Knowledge Sharing and Development in Africa

Co-chair: Marlene MacLeish
Co-chair: Joseph Akinyede
Co-chair: Ronald J. White

Activity:
Study group Proposal
Global Cooperation for Space Development and Knowledge Transfer in Africa, Washington DC, USA, January 2014

report

Membership:
Study group Membership
Study group Membership with addresses


SG 2.13 - Space Life Sciences, Physiology and Medicine in the Exploration Era: The IAA Virtual Institute of Space Life Sciences, Physiology and Medicine (R. Gerzer / O. Orlov / Li Yinhui / J. Davis / C. Mukai)

Title of Study: Space Life Sciences, Physiology and Medicine in the Exploration Era: The IAA Virtual Institute of Space Life Sciences, Physiology and Medicine

Chair: Gerzer Rupert
Co-Chair: Davis Jeffrey R
Co-Chair: Li Yinghui
Co-Chair:
Mukai Chiaki
Co-Chair:
Orlov Oleg
Secretary: Graef Peter

Activity:
Study group Proposal
Study group status report, September 2013
Study group preliminary report, January 2014
Study group status report, March 2014
Study group status report, September 2014
Study group status report, March 2015

Membership:
Kozlovskaya Inessa B
Paloski William H.
Russomano Thais
White Ronald
Zhuang Fengyuan


Study Groups Commission 3 - Space Technology & System Development

SG 3.2 - Nuclear Propulsion

Title of the study: Space Nuclear Propulsion and Power

Table of contents

Study Group Proposal
Study Group Membership
Study Group Membership with addresses

Status report, 14 March 2007

Final report


SG 3.5 - Dealing with the Threat to Earth from Asteroids and Comets

Title of the study: Dealing with the Threat to Earth from Asteroids and Comets

Table of contents

Study group Proposal
Study group Membership
Study group Membership with addresses

Study final report, December 1st, 2008

Study update, September 01, 2007
Study update, September 11, 2006
Study update, February 08, 2006
Study update, February 27, 2005
Study update, September 15, 2004


SG 3.9 - Private Human Access to Space (W. Peeters)

Title of the study: Private Human Access to Space vol. 1: Suborbital Flights

Chair: Peeters Walter


Activity
:
Study group Proposal
Status report, Naples meeting, September 2012
Status report, Paris meeting, March 2012
Status report, Cape Town meeting, October 2011
Status report, Paris meeting, March 2011
Status report, Prague meeting, September 2010
Status report, Paris meeting, March 2010
Status report, Daejeon meeting, October 2009
Status report, Paris meeting, March 2009
Status report, Glasgow meeting, September 2008
Status report, Paris meeting, March 2008
Status report, Hyderabad meeting, September 2007

Membership:
Study group Membership
Antunano Melchor
Calabro Max
Couston Mireille
Crowther Richard
Droneau Philippe
Eymar Patrick
Gerzer Rupert
Romero Manola
Salt Dave
Smith Garrett
Webber Derek
Winisdoerfer Francis

Conferences:
2nd International IAA Conference on Private Human Access to Space, 30 May – 01 June 2011, Arcachon , France
1st International IAA Conference on Private Human Access to Space, 28 – 30 May 2008, Arcachon, France

Publications:
Acta Astronautica Special Issue on Private Human Access to Space, volume 66, Issue 11-12, (June-July 2010)
Acta Astronautica Special Issue on 2nd IAA Symposium on Private Human Access to Space, volume 92, Issue 2 (December 2013) (available on Elsevier website)
IAA cosmic study on Private Human Access to Space vol. 1: Suborbital Flights, published June 2014, 98 pages, IISC (available on IAA online shop)


SG 3.10 - Technologies to enable near term Interstellar Precursor Mission (C. Bruno / G. Matloff)

Title of Study: Technologies to enable near term Interstellar Precursor Mission

Study group chairs: Claudio Bruno and Gregory Matloff

Table of contents

Study group Proposal
Study group Membership
Study group Membership with addresses

Status Report Paris 2009
Status Report Glasgow 2008


SG 3.11 - Solar energy from space: the first international assessment of opportunities, issues and potential pathways forward

Title of the Study: The First International Assessment Of Space Solar Power: Opportunities, Issues And Potential Pathways Forward

Study group chairs: John Mankins and Nobuyuki Kaya

Table of contents

Study group Proposal
Study group Membership
Study group Membership with addresses

Study Group report, March 2009, Paris Meeting

Study Group Final Report is available at https://shop.iaaweb.org/

The First International Assessment Of Space Solar Power : Opportunities, Issues And Potential Pathways Forward

Now, more than ever, large-scale and sustainable new energy sources are needed to meet global needs while satisfying environmental concerns. During the past 40 years, various national studies have been performed of the concept of space solar power – i.e., using Solar Power Satellites (SPS) to harvest sunlight in space and deliver green energy via wireless power transmission to markets on Earth. During 2008-2010, the first international assessment of space solar power was conducted by a study group under the auspices of the International Academy of Astronautics. This document is the final report from the SSP study group; it addresses the technical feasibility of the concept, prospective markets and expected policy issues. The report describes and evaluates in some depth three alternative SPS concepts; it concludes with a high-level set of findings and specific recommendations for the consideration of the global space and energy community. Overall, the study group found that space solar power is technically feasible, but that economics of SPS can only be determined by means of international end-to-end systems studies, focused technology maturation and systems-level demonstrations. An international roadmap for realizing this goal is presented, which could achieve a major pilot-plant scale demonstration within 10-15 years.

The First International Assessment Of Space Solar Power: Opportunities, Issues And Potential Pathways Forward, published in 2011, 249 pages.


SG 3.13 - Assessment of the Technological Feasibility and Challenges of the Space Elevator Concept (P. Swan / D. Raitt)

Title of Study Group: Assessment of the Technological Feasibility and Challenges of the Space Elevator Concept

Chairs:
David Raitt
Peter Swan

Secretary:
Cathy Swan

Membership list:

Fujii Hironori
Gjertsen Matt
Glasard Blaise
Kai Sunao
Klettner Markus
Knapman John
Lades Martin
Laubscher Bryan
Mashayekhi Mohammad
Misra Arun K
Penny Jr. Robert E
Perek Lubos
Semon Ted
Shelef Ben
Takeichi Noboru
Uchiyama Kenji
Watanabe Takeo
Yasaka Tetsuo
Zhongrui

Table of contents

Study group Proposal
Study group Membership with addresses

Status report , September 2012
Status report , March 2012
Status report , September 2011
Status report , March 2011

Minutes , 04 October 2012 meeting, Naples
Minutes , 12 March 2012 meeting, Paris


SG 3.14 - Public/Private Human Access to Space - Vol. 2 - Earth Orbit and beyond (S. Di Pippo)

Title of Study: Public/Private Human Access to Space – Vol. 2 – Earth Orbit and beyond

Chair: Di Pippo Simonetta
Vice-Chair: Davidian Ken
Secretary: Dupas Alain

Activity:
Study group Proposal form 3.14
Study group status report, September 2013
Study group status report, September 2014
Study group status report, September 2015

Membership:
Arifin Bustanul
Cao xiaohui
Culton John
Davidian Ken J
Hou Jie
Imada Takane
Jolly Claire
Lopez-Urdiales Jose Mariano
Maier Philipp
Payson Dmitry
Russo Gennaro
Sweet Randy
Zhuoyan Lu


SG 3.15 - Long Term Space Propellant Depot (Saccoccia)

Title of Study: Long Term Space Propellant Depot

Chair: Saccoccia Giorgio
Co-Chair: Lu Yu
Secretary: Wang Xiaowei

Activity:
Study group Proposal form
Study group status report, September 2013
Study group status report, March 2014
Long Term Space Propellant Depot presentation, Washington DC, USA
Study group status report, September 2014

Membership:
Bienhoff Dallas
Bohomme Christophe
Boyd Andrea
Di Cara Davina
Free James M.
Gonzales Diaz Sandra
Hoffmann Hans E. W.
Kebe Fatoumata
Ramakrishnan Sundaram
Shen Lin
Whilite Alan


SG 3.16 - Global Human Mars System Missions Exploration – Goals, Requirements and Technologies (G. Genta)

Title of Study: Global Human Mars System Missions Exploration – Goals, Requirements and Technologies

Chair: Genta Giancarlo
Co-Chair: Dupas Alain
Secretary: Salotti Jean-Marc

Activity:
Study group Proposal
Study group status report, September 2013
Study group status report, March 2014
Global Human Mars System Missions Exploration paper, Washington DC, USA
Study group status report, September 2014
Study group status report, March 2015

Study group Membership:
Augelli Mauro
Bérend Nicolas
Bignami Giovanni F.
Bruno Claudio
Charles John B.
De la Torre Gabriel G.
Frischauf Norbert
Gres Stephane
Grushevski Alexey
Hufenbach Bernhard
Kanas Nick
Lamamy Julien-Alexandre
Matsumoto Kohtaro
McKenna-Lawlor Susan
Ori Gian Gabriele
Perino Maria Antonietta
Razoumny Yury
Rittweger Andreas
Schilling Klaus


SG 3.17 - Space Mineral Resources - Challenges and Opportunities (A. Dula)

Title of Study Group: Space Mineral Resources – A Global Assessment of the Challenges and Opportunities

Chair: Dula Arthur
Secretary: Friedman Anat

Activity:
Study group proposal
Space Mineral Resources paper, Washington DC, USA
Study group status report, September 2014

Membership:
Alifanov Oleg
Altwaijry Haithem
Boyd Andrea
Dula Russell
Gavira Jose
Gonzalez Fernando G.
Hoffmann Hans EW.
Jaleel-Khan S.
Lee Tai Sik
Lenard Roger
Lewicki Chris
Masson Jacques
McKenna-Lawlor Susan
Nield George C.
Shevchenko Vladislav V.
Sommariva Andrea
Swan Cathy
Swan Peter
Yoshida Hiroshi
Zhang Zhenjun


Study Groups Commission 4 - Space System Operation & Utilization

SG 4.3 - Small Satellites for Earth Observation

Small Satellites for Earth Observation

Study group Proposal
Study group Addresses

Documentation

 

Membership:

Name Prenoms Grade SEC Nationality
Co-Chair Sandau Rainer M 2 Germany
Co-Chair Valenzuela Arnoldo M 1 Argentina
Secretary Paxton Larry CM 1 USA
Members Alkalai Leon CM 2 USA
Blott Richard J UK
Boland Lee UK
Briess Klaus CM 2 Germany
Carmona-Moreno Cesar Italy
Caruso Carlos Daniel Argentina
Chern Jeng-Shing M 2 China
Chong Yean Joo M 1 Rep of Singapore
Esper Jaime USA
Esterle Alain M 2 France
Ginati Amnon CM 2 Germany
Holdaway Richard M 2 UK
Hsiao Fei-Bin Taiwan
Ibrahim Hussein CM 2 Syria
Ince Nejat M 2 Turkey
Koenigsmann Hans J USA
Lee Chris P UK
Lundahl Kaj Sweden
Martin Maurice R USA
McKenna-Lawlor Susan M 1 Ireland
Ovchinnikov Michael M Russia
Puniard Dennis Australia
Roeser Hans Peter CM 1 Germany
Saandar Mijiddorj CM 2 Mongolia
Sànchez-Peña Miguel M 2 Argentina
Simon Jacques M 2 France
Skoog A Ingemar M 3 Sweden
Thomsen Per Lundhal Denmark
Thyagarajan K India
Tulunay Yurdanur Turkey
Urech Alvaro Spain
Van Eijk-Olij Carina The Netherlands
Wei Sun UK
Yee Jeng-Hwa USA
Ynce Fuat Turkey
Zhu yilin CM 4 China


SG 4.4 - Cost Effective Earth Observation Missions

Cost Effective Earth Observation Missions Study Group

Study group Proposal (see below)
Study group Membership
Study group Addresses

Archives

Current Situation

Charter

Report Berlin Meeting, 9th April 2003

Report Bremen Meeting, 29th September 2003

Report Paris Meeting, 23 March 2004

Position Paper Chapters and Authors

Position Paper Outline

 

Final report, October 2005

 

Proposal:

IAA, Paris, June 2001

-1-

Study Group Form (comments and form available on http://www.iaanet.org/news

 

Proposal for Forming an IAA Study Group: S 4.4

 

 

Title of Study:

Position Paper: Cost-Effective Earth Observation Missions

 

Proposer(s):

R. Sandau, A. Valenzuela, L. Paxton

 

Primary IAA Commission Preference: IV, Space Systems Operations and Utilization

 

Secondary IAA Commission Interests: III, Space Technology and Systems Develop-

ment

 

Members of Study Team

 

Chairs: R. Sandau, L. Paxton

 

Secretary: J. Esper

 

Other Members: C. Carmona-Moreno, R. Blott, and other members of the IAA

Study Group on Small Satellites for Earth Observation Missions

 

Short Description of Scope of Study

 

Overall Goal: describe the user requirements and expectations, the current status, and possible approaches to improve the current situation concerning cost-effective Earth

Observation missions

 

Intermediate Goals: Collect information about the current status of cost-effective Earth

Observation missions and inform decision makers, scientists, engineers and managers about current situation and approaches for improvement

 

IAA, Paris, October 2000

-2-

Study Group Form (comments and form available on http://www.iaanet.org/news

 

 

 

Methodology:

To be defined.

 

Time Line:

1st draft IAC 2003, Final paper IAC 2003, 2nd draft 4th IAA Symposium on Small Satellites for Earth Observation, April 7, 2003

 

Final Product (Report, Publication, etc.):

Report to be published in Acta Astronautica

 

Target Community:

Decision makers, managers, scientists, engineers involved or interested in Low-Cost Earth Observation Missions

 

Support Needed:

IAA web site

 

Potential Sponsors:

Space entities of less industrialized countries, universities

To be returned to IAA Secretariat Paris fax: 33 1 47 23 82 16 email: sgeneral@iaanet.org

 

Date: 15 January 2002 Signature: SANDAU

For IAA Use Only:


SG 4.9 - International Aerospace System for Monitoring of Global Geophysical Phenomena and Forecasting of Natural and Man-Caused Disasters (V. Menshikov / KRS. Murthi)

Title of Study: International Aerospace System for Monitoring of Global Geophysical Phenomena and Forecasting of Natural and Man-Caused Disasters

Study group chairs: Valery Menshikov and Kuppam Sridhara Murthi

Table of contents

Study group proposal
Study group membership
Study group membership with addresses

Documents

Status report, March 2010
Status report, September 2009

Address of the International Academy of Astronautics to United Nations about the International Aerospace System for Monitoring of Global Geophysical Phenomena and Forecasting of Natural and Man-Caused Disasters

Resolution of the Study Group 4.9

Summaries of Study Group reports

Comparative Analysis of Main Parameters of The International Space Systems For Disaster Monitoring

Space For Safety and Prosperity of Nations

Initiation of The Project To Create An International Aerospace System For Monitoring of Global Geophysical Phenomena and Forecasting of Natural and Man-Caused Disasters

Tunis presentation, November 2008

Space and Security of Humanity

Cyprus Symposium Resolution

IGMASS Presentation

IGMASS Concept Draft

Address to Secretary General of United Nations

2010 Riga


SG 4.10 - Distributed Space Missions for Earth System Monitoring (M. D'Errico / J. Wertz)

Title of the study: Distributed Space Missions for Earth System Monitoring

Chair: Marco d’Errico
Co-Chair: James R. Wertz
Secretary: TBD

Table of contents

Study group Proposal
Study group Membership
Study group Membership with addresses

Authors list (updated March 2012)
Outline

Status report, March 2012
Status report
, March 2011
Status report, March 2010


SG 4.11 Coordination and Cooperation for Global Environmental Impact (Gu Xingfa)

Title of Study: Coordination and Cooperation for Global Environmental Impact

Chair:
Gu Xingfa
Secretary:
Zhou Xiang

Activity:
Study group Proposal
Study group status report, September 2013
1st IAA Workshop on Coordination and Cooperation for Global Environmental Impact, 29-30 May 2010, , Beijing, China
2nd IAA Workshop on Coordination and Cooperation for Global Environmental Impact, 02-03 September 2011, Beijing, China

Membership:

Chen Shengbo
Contant Jean-Michel
Grady James
Gu Xingfa
Guo Huadong
Kawashima Rei
Li Jinsheng
Li Xingzhao
Liu Jiyuan
Liu Sanchao
Liu Zhaojun
Lv Tingting
Lysyy Sergey R
Ma Long
Ma Xingrui
Makarov Olexandr L
Malitikov Efim M.
Menshikov Valery A.
Sandau Rainer
Shao Yun
Shen Xuhui
Tomukum Chia
Tong Qingxi
Wang Humei
Wang Jinnian
Wang Wuyi
Wu Meirong
Xu Guanhua
Yan Shouyong
Yang Siquan
Yu Qi
Yu Tao
Yue Zhongqi
Zhang Yufeng
Zheng Wei
Zhou Xiang


SG 4.18 - Definition and Requirements of Small Satellites Seeking Low-Cost and Fast-Delivery (M. Cho / F. Graziani)

Title of Study: Definition and Requirements of Small Satellites Seeking Low-Cost and Fast-Delivery

Co-Chair: Cho Mengu
Co-Chair: Graziani Filippo
Secretary: Polansky John

Activity:
Study group Proposal
Study group status report, September 2014
Study group meeting, Monday 23 March 2015, 08h30-10h30, Paris, France
Study group status report, September 2015
Study group status report, March 2016

Study group final report, December 2018

Membership:
Balogh Werner
Bernal Cesar
Bonnal Christophe
Cappelletti Chantal
Casas Joseph C.
Durao Otavio
Finkleman David
Gulati Akshay
Jian Guo
Juang Jyh-Ching
Low Kay Soon
Mathers Naomi
Pontani Mauro
Puig-Suari Jordi
Rousselet Mathias
Sandau Rainer
Schilling Klaus J
Steyn Herman
Stoltz Stephan
Teofilatto Paolo
Underwood Craig I
Zheng Gangtie


Study Groups Commission 5 - Space Policies, Law & Economics

SG 5.1 - Space Traffic Management

Space Debris Mitigation Rules for Launch Vehicles and Spacecraft

Study group Proposal

Study group Addresses

Documentation

  • Status report, 18 September 2006
  • UN Report, February 2004
  • Debris Orbitaux: Precautions indispensables aux lancements & Consequences Economiques sur la competitivite des systemes de lancement
  • Europe and Space Debris: Concluding Remarks, Propositions & Recommendations

Membership:

Name Prenoms
Grade
SEC
Nationality
Chair Flury Walter
M
2
Switzerland
Chair Bonnal Christophe
CM
2
France Subgroup Launch Vehicles
Chair Hussey W John
M
1
USA Subgroup Spacecraft
Secretary TBD
Members Ailor William USA
Alby Fernand
CM
2
France
Alwes Detlev Germany
Anselmo Luciano Italy
Bendisch Juerg
Boudreault Richard
M
2
Canada
Chekalin Sergei W Russia
Chobotov Vladimir A
M
2
USA
Crowther Richard
Drolshagen G. Netherlands
Finch, Jr. Edward R
M
4
USA
Ganeshan A S India
Gilchrist James D USA
Jehn Ruediger Germany
Johnson Nicholas L
CM
2
USA
Kessler Don USA
Kibe Seishiro Japan
Klinkrad Heiner
CM
2
Germany
Knowles Steve USA
konyukhov Stanislav N
M
2
Ukraine
Lala Petr
M
1
Czech Republic
Lambert Michel Netherlands
Loftus, Jr. Joseph P
M
2
USA
Maclay Timothy USA
Mainguy Anne-Marie J
M
2
France
Mandeville Jean-Claude France
Matney Mark USA
McDonnell J A M UK
McKnight Darren S
M
1
USA
Mehrholz Dieter
CM
2
Germany
Mendell Wendell W
M
1
USA
Penny Robert Jr USA
Perek Lubos
M
1
Czech Republic
Rex Dietrich
M
2
Germany
Reynolds Robert C USA
Rykhlova Lidija
CM
1
Russia
Sax Hartmut
M
2
Germany
Sochilina Alla Russia
Spencer David B USA
Stark John
Swinerd Graham
Takano Tadashi
Toda Susumu
CM
2
Japan
Veniaminov Stanislav Russia
Yasaka Tetsuo
M
2
Japan