International Workshop
“New energetic materials and propulsion techniques for space exploration”
9-10 June 2014
Politecnico di Milano, Campus Bovisa Sud
via La Masa 34, Milano – Room L07

After about 50 years of intense progress in space exploration, chemical propulsion for space access still relies on a relatively limited number of propellant compositions. The Workshop objective is to stimulate a discussion of new advances, identify common needs, and consider potential avenues for future progress in this area. Leading experienced global scientists will participate as speakers and observers for this event.
About 30 international experts in the area of energetic materials and space propulsion will offer lectures on the current state-of-the-art in propulsion chemistry. Well known experts from China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, Russia, Sweden, UK, and the USA, will share their thoughts and experience. They represent countries currently involved in the research and exploration of space.

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