Events and Workshops

Small Satellite Conference

August 7-12, 2021

This annual gathering of the small satellite community provides a forum for government, industry and academia to review recent successes, explore new directions, and introduce emerging technologies in small spacecraft development. Hosted by Utah State University, representatives from all sectors will convene for a highly stimulating week of dialog and collaboration on small satellite missions.

www.smallsat.org

SDL Technical Workshop | UT

August 12-13, 2021

To foster continuity and advancement within the small satellite applications community, the Space Dynamics Laboratory is hosting a workshop following the annual Small Satellite Conference (August 7-12, 2021).

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CALCON Technical Meeting

Characterization and Radiometric Calibration for Remote Sensing Annual Meeting

August 30 - September 2, 2021

The SDL-hosted Characterization and Radiometric Calibration for Remote Sensing Annual Meeting has expanded in scope and changed its name to include characterization and radiometric issues in the Microwave, IR, visible, and UV spectrums. This event provides a forum for those engaged in the calibration and evaluation of infrared radiometric sensors to discuss calibration issues pertinent to environmental and defense needs.

www.calcon.sdl.usu.edu

Next-Gen Night Out: Network with Industry Leaders

Cancelled for 2020

Are you looking to make strategic industry connections? The Space Dynamics Laboratory is hosting a pre-conference networking session, with complimentary hors d’oeuvres and a no-host bar, for professionals (post-degree, up to age 35). This networking event will include up to 200 early professionals, representatives from sponsoring aerospace and defense organizations, and guest panelists representing a broad demographic of space experience.

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Past Workshops

EO/IR Calibration and Characterization Workshop

Held March 18-20, 2008

Workshop and Program Details

ASIC3 Workshop

Held May 16-18, 2006

Presentations and Final Report