Brijuni Conference

We invite you all to the Brijuni Conference 2021 that will be held on May 12-14 2021 in the Brijuni National Park, Croatia. The Conference topic is “Deep Space Communication, Navigation and Propulsion” and for more details please visit our web page

The focus is on scientific and technical aspects of deep space communication, navigation and propulsion, with the emphases on novel ideas. The conference is also a meeting place of science and technology and programmatic aspects might also be discussed. Ample afternoon time is meant for making contacts, discussing projects or arranging business. Poster sessions are organized reviewing R&D results or displaying products. The conference is targeting scientists and engineers in Space, companies that are developing cutting edge technology and importantly students and young scientists.

Slobodan Danko Bosanac
Adriatic Aerospace Association

Adria Space Conference 2019

We are pleased to announce the 1st Adria Space Conference 2019 that is going to be held in Zagreb, Croatia on October 4th 2019.

Adria Space Conference 2019

Regional Cooperation on SpaceTechnology

Adriatic Aerospace Association (A3)
Ruđer Bošković Institute
University of Zadar

Sponsored by:
The Ministry of Economy, Entrepreneurship and Crafts of the Republic of Croatia

Chair: Slobodan Bosanac Ph.D., President of the A3

Adriatic Aerospace Conference is the organizer of the first regional meeting devoted to collaboration in space technologies. The goal of the Conference is to stimulate and strengthen the regional cooperation in research and development of advanced technologies, mainly used in space activities. The profile of the Conference is one-day meeting, where all participants will briefly report on their current activities and future programs. This should give push for further common developments in the field of nano-satellite technologies like construction, functions, propulsion, communication, attitude control, and similar. It is intended that the conference acquires annual character as a gathering of participants in space research and development in SE Europe.

More information on web page of the Conference.

Organizing Committee:

S. Bosanac, Ph.D., Adriatic Aerospace Association
M.Ivanda, Ph.D., Ruđer Bošković Institute
I. Jakić, CEO, IJEX GmbH
D. Kočiš, Adriatic Aerospace Association, World Space Week Croatia
I. Ljubić, Ph.D., Ruđer Bošković Institute
G. Verbanec, Ph.D., University of Zagreb, Faculty of Science,
H. Zorc, Ph.D., Adriatic Aerospace Association
S. Petrović,
D. Ramljak, Ph.D., Senior Science and Innovation Expert The World Bank

Berin Technical Uni’s Spring School 2019

SPEND THE SPRING 2019 IN BERLIN! We are pleased to introduce you the Intensive Spring Schools of Berlin Technical University – one of the most renowned technical universities in Germany. The aim of the Spring School is to provide international students with a comprehensive and forward-looking education is at the center of all we do at TU Berlin.

Beyond the basic acquisition of knowledge, during the Spring Schools, our goal is thus to impart social competencies and transdisciplinary thinking to students, thereby enabling to identify, analyze and solve the complex problems of the future.


Outstanding academic program, delivered in the heart of

Innovative and hands-on courses

Meet new people and build lifelong friendships

Experience our cultural program of sightseeing,

Historical activities and social events

Pre-departure support and 24-hour assistance

Housing options available

Visa Support


Get exclusive access to the world’s best training in space engineering with best professors and instructors in one of the most picturesque cities in the world.

International Space School, offered by Berlin Institute of Technology, provides an overview of space and space-related subjects such as small spacecraft structures and microelectronics for students of diverse backgrounds.

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Get exclusive access to the world’s best training in robotics with best professors and instructors in one of the most picturesque cities in the world.

International Robotic School, offered by Berlin Institute of Technology, provides an overview of existing robotic systems, application studies and design principles.

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AGI L3 Summer training series

School is IN for summer! VIRTUAL TRAINING STARTS JULY 10 to take your STK skills to the Grand Master level. Our L3 Summer Series will cover three of the seven advanced CERTIFICATION tracks in their entirety.

* STK Analysis Workbench [1]. Streamline, organize, and extend STK using time, vector geometry, calculation, and spatial analysis tools.

* STK Coverage [2]. Analyze when and how well regions on or above the central body’s surface are “covered” by a collection of assets based on a user-defined performance criteria.

* Spacecraft Trajectory [3]. Create interactive spacecraft maneuvers and trajectory design using the Astrogator propagator.

A live instructor will teach the one-hour lessons for each track, with AGI engineers available to answer questions in real time. Join us for one, or all of these tracks to get started on your certification. If you complete four or more (the fourth on your own) of the seven available L3 tracks, you will earn the title of STK GRAND MASTER CERTIFIED; a fantastic demonstration of your advanced STK skills.

Learn more about our summer school program.

Call for Papers 12th IAA Symposium on Small Satellites for Earth Observation

Call for papers for presentation at the next IAA symposium on Small Satellites for Earth Observation, to be held on 06-10 May 2019, in Berlin, Germany. A one-page, single-spaced abstract of no less than 300 and no more than 500 words*) must be received by October 31st, 2018.

Abstracts should be in English and shall include the symposium topic addressed, the problem explored, the methodology used, results and conclusions so as to allow the Scientific Program Committee to make an informed decision regarding their suitability for inclusion into the symposium.

Please send your abstract by e-mail to:

The symposium will provide a forum for scientists, engineers and managers to exchange information about planned and on-going programs and missions, and present new ideas, covering small satellite mission objectives as well as technology and management aspects for dedicated earth observation satellites. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to:

Small Satellite Mission Programs

– International and national programs

– Planned and on-going programs

– Integrated applications

Objectives for Small Satellite Missions

– Scientific earth observation missions

– Systems for disaster and climate monitoring

– Technology demonstration missions

– Commercial services and applications

– Results and lessons learned

Mature (off the Shelf) Systems

–    Sensors and instrumentation

–    Spacecraft concepts and sub-systems

–    Software and IT safety

–    Ground stations and communication

–    Mission operation and facilities

–    Launch systems

University programs and systems

Distributed Space Systems

– Constellation and formation

– Rendezvous and docking

Space Debris issues

For more detailed information, please visit the conference website at: