Introduction

Sending space vehicles to other worlds is one of humankind’s most challenging and rewarding ventures. The 14th International Planetary Probe Workshop (IPPW-14) will again bring together engineers, technologists, scientists, mission designers, space agency leaders and students from around the world for a compelling, week-long collaboration focused on exploring solar system destinations through in situ missions. Our 14th workshop will continue to build upon the IPPW tradition by encouraging  international co-operation in planetary probe missions, the  development of  new and  emerging  technologies, and scientific discoveries.

IPPW-14 will be held at the Marriott Hotel in The Hague, The Netherlands. The programme will include invited talks, contributed presentations, posters  and opportunities for networking with colleagues.  
Preceding the workshop, on 10-11 June 2017, a Short Course on 'Ocean Worlds', will be offered.



Abstract submission deadline extended to 10 March 2017
IPPW-14 Secretariat

ESA Conference Bureau
ESA-ESTEC, Keplerlaan 1, Noordwijk, The Netherlands
Email: 
ESA Conference Bureau / IPPW 2017

IPPW Archive


Proceedings from previous IPPW may be accessed from here

IPPW-14 Poster

IPPW-14 Poster - Download

Calendar of Events

Registration open

16 February 2017

Abstract Submission open

3 February 2017 

Abstract submission deadline

10 March 2017 

Student scholarship deadline

31 March 2017

Notification to authors

3 April 2017

Early bird registration until

5 May 2017

Preliminary programme 

1 May 2017

Final programme 

1 June 2017

Short course "Ocean Worlds"

10-11 June 2017

IPPW Workshop

12-16 June 2017

 

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Venue: Marriott Hotel, The Hague

The conference venue for IPPW-14 will be the the Marriott Hotel in The Hague, the Netherlands. For specific directions and information on the location and surroundings, please visit the "Venue" page.