2018 CODER Workshop

When: Tuesday, November 13, 2018

to Thursday, November 15, 2018

Where: College Park, MD

SWF was pleased to co-host with the UMD Center for Orbital Debris Education and Research (CODER) its the Fall 2018 CODER Workshop. This workshop was a premier networking activity and forum for orbital debris issues and ideas, open to all who are involved or interested in any aspect of the growing threat to safe and secure space flight. The workshop was held on the University of Maryland, College Park campus at The Hotel at the University of Maryland

Workshop Scope

Six keynotes and twelve panel sessions will take place over the three-day event.  Abstracts are sought in all fields supporting the orbital debris enterprise, including, but not limited to:

  • Space Situational Awareness
    • Detection, Tracking, ID & Characterization
    • Behavior Assessment & Prediction
    • Object/Event Ontologies & Taxonomies
    • Multi-Source Information Fusion Models & Methods
    • Evidence & Decision Support Systems
  • The Space Environment
    • Monitoring
    • Flux Prediction & Evolution
    • Space Weather & Atmos. Models
  • Mitigation Practices and Technologies
    • Hypervelocity Impacts/Shielding
    • Passivation/EOL Disposal
    • Mission Design
  • Remediation Technologies & Architectures
    • Rendezvous/Docking/Autonomy
    • Sensors
    • Capture Devices
    • Deorbit Technologies
  • Space Policy
    • SSA Information Sharing
    • Mitigation/Remediation Policy
    • Space Situational Awareness
    • International Collaboration
    • Re-entry Liability

For more information, please either contact Washington Office Director Victoria Samson or visit http://www.coder.umd.edu/coder2018.


Last updated on December 3, 2018