Mars To Earth 2019 will focus on the applications of the Mars / Space research programs which are already available to trigger added valued economic impact on terrestrial commercial and industrial activities.
The Human exploration of Mars will generate a positive effect on many industrial sectors on Earth, contributing to a radical change in the technological and economic scenario on our planet.
The conference welcomes people from industrial and space research backgrounds as well as potential investors to analyze joint possibilities of future cooperation.
The location of the conference, the city of Milan, is at the heart of one of the most important industrialized areas in the world, and hopes to be an omen for the future role of Lombardia region, of Italy and of Europe in the Space Economy.
Autonomous rovers, Robotics for exploration, inspection, assistance
Human factors, Rehabilitation, telemedicine, human physiology, biology
In situ resource utilization, Energy, Food Productions, Plant Cultivation Technologies, Materials, Architecture
Satellite telecommunications, remote sensing
- Virtual Reality
Virtual Training, VR/AR for safety check, maintenance, inspection
Poster Session, students projects
Call For Papers
Technical papers and posters addressing the topics of Mars To Earth are welcome. To submit a proposal of a paper/posters to be presented during the Workshop, please send an abstract to the following e-mail address:
The abstract must be in English language with a maximum length of 500 words and must contain:
- Title of the work;
- First name, last name, phone numbers, e-mail address and company of the author/s;
- A brief summary of the content that will be addressed in the paper with an indication of the selected topics;
- A presentation of the main results of the paper.
Abstracts and posters submission deadline is 20th March 2019.
The conference will be advertised in the main Italian and international media.
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11-12 April 2019
Piazza Duca d’Aosta, 3 (Milano)