IEEE SMC-IT/SCC 2024

IEEE Space Mission Challenges for Information Technology - IEEE Space Computing Conference
Computer History Museum  •  Mountain View, CA, USA  •  15-19 July 2024

About SMC-IT/SCC

The International Conference on Space Mission Challenges for Information Technology (SMC-IT) and the Space Computing Conference (SCC) gather system designers, engineers, computer architects, scientists, practitioners, and space explorers with the objective of advancing information technology, and the computational capability and reliability of space missions. The forums will provide an excellent opportunity for fostering technical interchange on all hardware and software aspects of space missions. The joint conferences will focus on current systems practice and challenges as well as emerging hardware and software technologies with applicability for future space missions.

Systems in all aspects of the space mission will be explored, including flight systems, ground systems, science data processing, engineering and development tools, operations, telecommunications, radiation-tolerant computing devices, reliable electronics, space-qualifiable packaging technologies. The entire information systems lifecycle of the mission development will also be covered, such as conceptual design, engineering tools development, integration and test, operations, science analysis, quality control.


Venue

The conference will be held at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California, 15-19 July.

Hotels

Listed prices are not final and will change as conference group rates are secured. Rooms booked at group rates have limited availability. This section will be updated with booking details as they become available.


Organization

Steering committee

Program committee (SCC)

Program committee (SMC-IT)


Supporters


IEEE

Your sponsorship is a strong statement about your organization's commitment to the field of Space Computing. SMC-IT / SCC 2024 continues to offer exciting opportunities for sponsors.


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