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Upcoming Partner Conferences (1)
19–23 June 2023 ASAPP 2023—Advances in Space AstroParticle Physics: Frontier technologies for particle measurements in space
The ASAPP 2023 International Conference will review the progresses in the design, development, integration and testing of instrumentation that is used for measurements of particles and high-energy radiation in space. The deployment and operation of novel instrumentation for particle and high-energy radiation measurements in space will pave the road to future astroparticle missions for investigations of fundamental physics and the cosmos (e.g., cosmic ray physics, search for dark matter, matter–antimatter asymmetry and multimessenger astronomy, etc.); applications for monitoring the space radiation environment; and investigations of the impact of low-energy ionizing particles on instrumentation, space weather and Earth sciences.
The scientific program covers the entire spectrum of frontiers in technological applications and approaches for measurements of particles and high-energy radiation in space, including:
- Instrumentation and missions for direct high-energy cosmic ray measurements in space;
- Instrumentation and missions for indirect high-energy cosmic ray measurements in space;
- Instrumentation and missions for direct low-energy cosmic ray measurements in space;
- Instrumentation and missions for hard X-ray and γ-ray direct measurements in space;
- R&D of novel approaches and instruments for particle and high-energy radiation measurements in space, including (and not limited to):
- Tracking detectors;
- Calorimetry detectors;
- Fast time-of-flight systems;
- Detectors for particle ID;
- High-temperature superconducting magnets;
- FE and DAQ systems.
In consideration of the varied approaches that have been consolidating in the current era of space observations, contributions which target all opportunities of space platforms will be addressed, from CubeSats and nanosatellite constellations to large-size space missions, including stratospheric balloon flight missions.
This conference will be a unique opportunity to host direct, international discussion between different experimental communities to achieve common goals and foster synergies.