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    Moving to the designated rooms for Group Discussions


    Group photo of the participants


    Group photo of the Student Representatives


    Alexander Kramer from Germany, Student presentation


    Prof. Hiraku Sakamoto represents Group 3: CanSat Hands-on Education Projects


    Philip Bangert, represents Group 4: Successfully launching university satellites: From design to orbit.


    Prof. In-Seuck Jeung, Korean POC, reports activities in Korea


    The best proposal award was given to Ertan Umit at the Award Ceremony of the Pre-4th Mission Idea Contest


    Sapienza-University Rome team at Award Ceremony of the Pre-4th Mission Idea Contest


    Kyutech team at Award Ceremony of PreMIC4


    Coffee break


    Congress package


    Group photo of the oral presenters at the Pre-4th Mission Idea Contest




    Various world sweets brought by participants


    Student party at a Japanese traditional hotel

The Third UNISEC-Global Meeting
July 3-5, 2015, Tokyo, Japan

Updated on March 10, 2015

1. Purpose

  • Based upon the establishment of UNISEC-Global and other decisions at the first UNISEC-Global Meeting in November 2013 at the University of Tokyo in Japan,
  • To follow up the successful outcomes made at the second UNISEC-Global meeting at the Kyushu Institute of Technology, Kitakyushu, Japan on November 18-20, 2014,
  • To review the on-going activities of the new local chapters (11 countries/regions and one association of local chapters), which were acknowledged at the 2nd UNISEC-Global Meeting and to share information for further advancement,
  • To acknowledge new applications for the UNISEC-local chapters,
  • To provide a forum for the UNISON-Global (student organization) to exchange their opinions about research activities and issues they face for closer cooperation at a student level around the world,
  • To contribute to exploring every possibility of using micro/nano-satellites for scientific, social and economic needs, with technical and financial feasibilities,
  • To contribute to identifying and finding new aspects of space science and engineering through in-depth discussion on an item by item basis.

2. Important Date

Jan, 2015: Call for Paper
Feb, 2015: Online Registration Open
Feb, 2015: Exhibition Manual Uploaded
Beginning of March, 2015 : Due of Abstract Submission
End of May, 2015: Due of VISA application Submission
July 3-5, 2015: The 3rd UNISEC Global Meeting

3. Venue

Takeda Hall, Asano Campus, the University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan

4. Registration & Fees

Online payments of the fees for registration, reception and gala dinner will be closed on June 29 (Mon), 2015.
Please note that onsite payments will be as follows:

(Will be closed
on June 29)
- Registration Fee:Professional 10,000 yen12,000 yen
Student 6,000 yen6,000 yen
- Reception (Jul. 3):5,000 yen6,000 yen
- Gala Dinner (Jul. 4):8,000 yen10,000 yen
- Exhibition Fee:100,000 yen

5. Program

Day 1
9:05-9:25Opening Speech download
9:25-9:45Keynote Speech, “World's First Deep Space Exploration Micro-Satellite PROCYON”download
9:45-9:53Latest Updates from COPUOS and BSTI download
9:53-10:00Overview and schedule of the 3rd UNISEC Global Meeting
10:30-10:40Overview of PreMIC4 download
10:40-11:00HORUS constellation - The celestial convoy download
11:00-11:20Nanosat Constellation for water monitoring system download
11:20-11:40Rental Satellite for Space Education Development download
11:40-12:00Low-Cost Communication Network for Equatorial Remote Areas download
12:00-12:20 Qarman: QB50 Qubesat for Aerothermodynamic Research and Measurements on Ablation download
12:20-12:45Newton Small Space Telescope download
13:45-13:55STEMN download
13:55-14:05GomSpace Aps download
14:05-14:10NPC Spacemind download
14:10-14:20Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd. download
14:20-14:30Centre for Nanosatellite Testing, Kyushu Institute of Technology download
14:30-14:40Hyperion Technologies
14:40-14:50Satellite Business Network download
14:50-15:00Innovative Solutions In Space B.V. download
Pre-4th Mission Idea Contest
16:00-16:10Australia download
16:10-16:20Brazil download
16:20-16:30Egypt (Local Chapter) download
16:30-16:40Korea download
16:40-16:50Mongolia download
17:00-17:08Bangladesh (Local Chapter)
17:08-17:16North Mexico (Local Chapter)

Day 2
9:00-9:15Special Lecture: ARLISS Experiment
9:15-9:25Tunisia (Local Chapter) download
9:25-9:35Turkey(Local Chapter) download
9:35-9:45Japan (Local Chapter) download
Small Group Discussion session
List of Discussion Groups
10:20-10:30Introduction remarks download
10:30-10:35Group1: Global Space Applications and Human Resource Development using the LeanSat approach download
10:35-10:40Group 2: How to set International Educational Programme suitable for UNISEC/UNISON
10:40-10:45Group 3: CanSat Hands-on Education Projects download
10:45-10:50Group 4: Successfully launching university satellites: From design to orbit download
10:50-10:55Group 5: Ground Station Network (GSN) download
10:55-11:00Group 6: Remote Sensing Data User Group download
11:00-11:05Group 7: How should Space Agency support university space activities? download
11:05-11:10Group 8: How Small Satellites Can Comply with the Space Debris Mitigation Guidelines? download
11:10-11:15Group 9: Modern DIY Sounding Rockets
11:15-11:20Group 10: Safety Standards of University Rocket download
11:20-11:25Group 11: University Satellite Network: Knowledge Sharing for Mission Success download
Presentations by each group
15:40-15:45Presentations by group 1 download
15:45-15:50Presentations by group 2 download
15:50-15:55Presentations by group 3 download
15:55-16:00Presentations by group 4 download
16:05-16:10 Presentations by group 6 download
16:10-16:15Presentations by group 7 download
16:15-16:20Presentations by group 8 download
16:20-16:25Presentations by group 9 download
16:25-16:30Presentations by group 10 download
16:30-16:35Presentations by group 11 download

Day 3
9:00-9:10 Germany (Local Chapter) download
9:10-9:20 Europe (Association of Local Chapters) download
Student Presentations Presentation by Each Group
9:30-9:38 India download 15:00-15:05 Group1: India download
9:38-9:46 Korea download 15:05-15:10 Group2: Italy download
9:46-9:54 Egypt download 15:10-15:15 Group3: Turkey download
9:54-10:07 Italy download 15:15-15:20 Group4: South Africa download
10:07-10:15 Tunisia download 15:20-15:25 Group5: Australia download
10:15-10:23 Turkey download15:25-15:30 Group6: Ukraine download
10:23-10:31 South Africa download15:30-15:35 Group7: Germany download
10:31-10:39 Australia download15:35-15:40 Group8: Indonesia download
11:03-11:16 Germany download15:40-15:45 Group9: Korea download
11:24-11:39 Japan download15:45-15:50 Group10: Philippines download


July 3- July 5, 2015

TAIYO NIPPON SANSO CorporationJapan • Poster
• Brochures
GomSpace ApSDenmark • CubeSat On board computer
• CubeSat UHF/VHF transceiver
• CubeSat demonstrator
Hyperion TechnologiesThe Netherlands • iADCS400 Attitude
Determination & Control System
• ST200 Star Tracker
• RW400 Reaction Wheel
ISIS-Innovative Solutions in Space B.V.The Netherlands • Small TV
• Brochures
• Quadpack launch adapter
University Space Engineering Consortium (UNISEC)Japan • CanSat
• Paper Rocket
• Brochures
Currently, several other companies have expressed their interest in exhibiting.

Exhibition Manual
Exhibition Application

6. Visa

If you are required to obtain a Japanese visa and need an invitation letter, fill out and email the Invitation Letter Request Form to the UNISEC-Global Office at secretariat(at)unisec-global.org

You may also need other visa supporting documents in addition to the invitation letter. Please note that it will take 2-4 weeks to obtain visa after document request, depending on your circumstances and location. For your reference, please visit the visa pages in the website of the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs:

The application for the invitation request was closed on June 8 (Monday), 2015.

7. Official Language


8. Contact

Ms. Rei Kawashima (Secretary General, UNISEC-Global)
c/o UNISEC, Central Yayoi 2F,
2-3-2 Yayoi, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, 113-0032, Japan
Tel: +81-3-5800-6645 Fax: +81-3-3868-2208
Email: secretariat@unisec-global.org

Mr. Michio Ozawa
c/o UNISEC, Central Yayoi 2F,
2-3-2 Yayoi, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, 113-0032, Japan
Tel: +81-3-6231-4404 Fax:+81-3-3868-2208
Email: secretariat@unisec-global.org


Sponsored by

Mitsubishi UFJ Foundation
Satellite Business Network



International Academy of Astronautics (IAA)

Supported by:

August 14, 2015
UNIGLO3 presentation movies

The presentation movies and slides are available for viewing online.

August 9, 2015

During the 3rd UNISEC-Global Meeting (UNIGLO3), the Local Chapter "UNISEC-ITALY" was acknowledged. Congratulations!

July 30, 2015
Abstracts by Student Reps student rep abstracts

The abstracts by the UNISEC Local Chapter Student Representatives are available now!

July 19, 2015
Presentation slides

The presentation slides from the 3rd UNISEC-Global Meeting are available.

July 16, 2015
The 4th UNISEC-Global Meeting

The 7th Nanosatellite symposium, the 4th Mission Idea Contest, and the 4th UNISEC-Global Meeting will be held on 17-23 October 2016 at Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey.

July 16, 2015
The 3rd UNISEC-Global Meeting

The 3rd UNISEC-Global Meeting was successfully held. More details will follow.

July 2, 2015
Abstracts by the POCs program(12 MB)

The abstracts by the points of contact are released.

June 18, 2015
Tentative Program program

Please check the latest version from time to time as it is subject to change without notice.

June 16, 2015
Logistics Information

The maps, transportation, and hotel information

June 2, 2015
Visa Applications

Submit your invitation request form by June 8, 2015.

May 31, 2015
Discussion Groups

Choose your discussion group(s)

May 20, 2015
Exhibition at UNIGLO3

The company exhibitions at the 3rd UNISEC-Global Meeting will engage interdisciplinary participants.
Exhibition Manual
Exhibition Application

May 19, 2015
Online Registration

Online registration for the 3rd UNISEC-Global Meeting will be closed on June 29, 2015.
Online and onsite registration

May 19, 2015
Updated Program

The program of the 3rd UNISEC-Global Meeting was updated.

April 30, 2015
Mission Idea Contest Workshop

The presenters of the workship were announced.
Pre-4th Mission Idea Contest Workshop website

March 17, 2015
Visa Information

If you are required to obtain a Japanese visa and need an invitation letter, fill out and email the Invitation Letter Request Form to the UNISEC-Global Office at secretariat(at)unisec-global.org

March 10, 2015

The exhibition will be held during the meeting in the same venue. Please find the detail of the venue & exhibition in the Exhibition Manual and fill out the application form.

February 23, 2015
Extended deadlines

Due to several requests from prospective applicants for the 3rd UNISEC-Global Meeting, we would like to extend the deadlines of the three papers as follows:
(1) Mission Proposer for Pre-MIC 4
March 3 March10, 2015
(2) Student Representatives
March 3 End of March, 2015.
(3) Country Report from POC
March 3 End of March, 2015
[Call for papers]

February 6, 2015
Download the meeting brochure
UNISEC-Global Meeting 3(3MB)

January 31, 2015
Online registration

for the 3rd UNISEC-Global Meeting is open!

January 6, 2015
Call for papers

We invite you to submit an abstract and participate in the 3rd UNISEC-Global Meeting in Tokyo, Japan

December 19, 2014
The 3rd UNIESC-Global Meeting

The first announcement was released.

December 13, 2014
The 3rd UNIESC-Global meeting in 2015

The next UNISEC-Global Meeting will be held at the University of Tokyo on 3-5 July, 2015.


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