Invited Lecturers

  1. Sylvio Ferraz-Mello, Univ. de Sao Paulo (Brasil)
  2. Antonio Giorgilli, Univ. di Milano (Italy)
  3. Anne Lemaitre, Univ. de Namur (Belgium)
  4. Andrea Milani, Univ. di Pisa (Italy)
  5. Josep M. Mondelo, Univ. Autònoma de Barcelona (Spain)
  6. Daniel J. Scheeres, Univ. of Colorado (USA)
  7. Massimiliano Vasile, Univ. of Strathclyde (UK)


Theory and Methods of Celestial Mechanics

  1. Perturbation methods in Celestial Mechanics - A. Giorgilli

    slides of the lectures

The Dynamics of Space Missions

  1. Spacecraft navigation in strongly perturbed environments - D. Scheeres

  2. slides of the lectures

  3. Design of libration point trajectories using invariant manifolds - J. Mondelo

  4. slides of the lectures

Space Exploration Applications

  1. Space Debris: From LEO to GEO - A. Lemaitre

  2. slides of the lectures (part 1), (part 2)

  3. Space missions for minor-body science - A. Milani

  4. slides of the lectures

  5. The Mechanics of Rubble-pile asteroids - D. Scheeres

  6. slides of the lectures

  7. Tidal evolution of close-in satellites and exoplanets - S. Ferraz-Mello

  8. slides of the lectures

  9. Uncertainty quantification in orbital mechanics - M. Vasile

    slides of the lectures

  10. Multi-objective optimal control - M. Vasile

    slides of the lectures

Key Words

Astrodynamics, Artificial Satellites, Celestial Mechanics, N-Body Gravitational Dynamical Systems, Space Debris, Space Missions, Tidal Evolution