1st DISTRIBUTED AUTONOMY FOR SPACE SYSTEMS WORKSHOP

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

Summary

The Distributed Autonomy for Space Systems (DASS) Workshop will cover topics that contribute to the advancement of autonomy in Distributed Space Systems (DSS), also known as Distributed Space Missions (DSM), within the context of contemporary space missions. DASS will include invited presentations, contributed presentations, and technical demonstrations.

This workshop is lead by Caleb Adams, Project Manager of Distributed Spacecraft Autonomy (DSA) at NASA's Ames Research Center. The Organizing team consists of DSA team members Mike Iatauro, Brian Kempa, Aaron Woodard, and Caroline Lassiter.


Call For Submissions

Important Dates:

Scope and Topics

We seek original research and innovative solutions in the following technical areas:

Authors are encouraged to submit papers that align with the workshop's objective of advancing the state of the art in autonomous DSS/DSM. Accepted papers may be considered for publication in the IEEE proceedings for the International Conference on Space Mission Challenges for Information Technology (SMC-IT) and the Space Computing Conference (SCC).

Submission Instructions:

Submission Link: SMC-IT EasyChair


Schedule

in progress


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