and Conference Secretariat
Congrex Sweden AB,
Attn: SpaceOps 2012,
P.O. Box 5619,
SE-114 86 Stockholm, Sweden
Tel: +46 8 459 66 00,
Fax: +46 8 661 91 25,
|Chairs of SpaceOps 2012:
Thomas Kuch (DLR), Mikael Stern (SSC)
Local Organizing Committee (LOC) for SpaceOps 2012
The Local Organizing Committee is composed of representatives from DLR, SSC and Congrex. It holds the responsibility for the overall organization of the conference.
Contact person: Annika Benson, email: email@example.com
Technical and Program Committee (TPC) for SpaceOps 2012
The Technical and Programme Committee is composed of representatives from the various agencies participating in the SpaceOps Organization and by representatives from industry/ academia members of the SpaceOps Organization or industry sponsoring the conference.
Contact person: Dr. Martin Wickler, e-mail: martin.wickler"at"dlr.de
The SpaceOps Organization was formed to provide an organized community and technical forum for the large number of people involved in space mission operations. The organization is managed through two Committees, an Executive Committee and a Committee-at-Large. The Committee-at-Large membership consists of members from each space agency installation of each country or international consortium and industrial representatives from the participating countries. The Executive Committee membership consists of one member from each agency authorized to represent the entire agency delegation in matters addressed by the Executive Committee. The committees are chaired by the members who represent the most recent and next host countries for the biennial SpaceOps Conference. SpaceOps Partners participate actively in the SpaceOps Organization but are not members of the Executive Committee or Committee-at-Large. Partners can be any academic or industrial organizations interested in participating in SpaceOps activities.
The American institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) serves as the Secretariat for the SpaceOps Organization. AIAA’s mission is to address the professional needs and interests of the past, current and future aerospace workforce and to advance the state of aerospace science, engineering, technology, operations and policy to benefit our global society.