OBJECTIVES OF THE WORKSHOP
The workshop will provide an open forum focused on the major challenges of Antennas and RF Systems for Space Science, including satellite and ground segment and covering from kHz to THz frequencies, with the aim of fostering exchange of ideas between experts in their respective fields. Contributions from European and non-European industry, organisations, universities and institutes are solicited.
The workshop will provide an overview of the current state-of-the-art, highlighting the latest developments and innovations in this technical domain. Participants will have the opportunity to share their technical expertise and experience through formal oral and poster presentations.
The main objectives of the 36th ESA Antenna Workshop
- Present the state-of-the-art and to explore innovative technologies for space borne antennas and instrumentation applied to space science from kHz up to THz frequencies.
- Present the state-of-the-art and to explore innovative technologies for ground antennas and instrumentation applied to space science from kHz up to THz frequencies.
- Address modelling, manufacturing and testing needs for future science missions, and identify new trends and required developments.
Corresponding topics of interest have been identified for which ESA invites relevant contributions.