1. Laurent Garrigues, Laboratoire Plasma et Conversion d'énergie, Université Toulouse 3 - Paul Sabatier, France
    Hybrid Modeling оf я Very Low Hall Power Hall Thruster

  2. Francesco Taccogna, CNR-Nanotec – P.Las.M.I. lab, Bari, Italy
    Hall thruster virtual lab

  3. Hitoshi Kuninaka, Deputy Director General, Institute of Space and Astronautical Science (ISAS) Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), Japan
    Microwave Discharge Ion Engines Cutting Into Deep Space

  4. Stephane Mazouffre, Director of research – CNRS, France
    Miniature Hall thrusters for Microspacecraft Propulsion

  5. Wee Seng LIM, Executive Director, Satellite Research Centre, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
    Route to Space

  6. Igal Kronhaus, Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Israel
    Demonstration of a Very Low Power Hall Thruster Operation

  7. Yongjie Ding, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
    Discharge Characteristics of No-Wall Hall Thruster

  8. Wonho Choe, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Korea
    Performance Enhancement in Low Power Annular and Cylindrical Hall Thrusters by Magnetic Field Tailoring

  9. Bradley Camburn and Adam Gilmour, CEO, Gilmour Space Technologies, Australia
    Deep Space Applications of Hybrid Propulsion Engines

  10. Dan Lev, Rafael – Advanced Defense Systems Ltd. Haifa, Israel
    The Expansion of Electric Propulsion in the Years 1993-2017

  11. Igor Levchenko, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore / Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia
    Progress and Perspectives of Space Electric Propulsion Systems: Smart Nano and Metamaterials  

  12. Zhang Xiaomin, China Spacesat Co., Ltd.

  13. David Krejci, ENPULSION, Austria
    High specific impulse electric propulsion for Small- and Nanosatellites

  14. Hajime Sakakita, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan
    Characteristic measurements of a focused high-current-density low-energy ion beam

  15. Alexandre Nomine, Institut Jean Lamour - CNRS - Univ. Lorraine, France
    Plasma-in-liquids processes: perspectives for electric propulsion and related materials 

  16. Ning Zhongxi, Harbin Institute of Technology

  17. Ren Weijia, Spacety Co., Ltd.
    From China to World, the Commercial CubeSats roadmap for Spacety

  18. Shunjiro Shinohara, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
    Development of High-Density, Helicon Electrodeless Thruster – Neutrals Effect

  19. Mario Merino Martinez, Eduardo Ahedo, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain
    Plasma Plume Measurement And Simulation

  20. Rod Boswell, The Australian National University, Australia

  21. Francis Y. Thio, Hyperjet Fusion Cooperation, USA
    Space Plasma Thrusters as Fusion Drivers

  22. Junxue REN, Beihang University
    Design and Experiment of  Low-power Hall Thrusters

  23. Yibai WANG, Beihang University
    Research progress on MPD Thrusters in Beihang University

  24. Oleg Baranov, National Aerospace University, Ukraine
    Technological Plasma Systems: Perspectives and Trends for Space Electric Propulsion  

  25. Cao Yong, Harbin Institute of Technology, ShenZhen Graduate School
    The Micro-Cathode Arc Thruster for Cubesats

  26. Cai Jian, Institute of Microelectronics of Chinese Academy of Sciences

  27. Hiroyuki Koizumi, Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics in School of Engineering, The University of Tokyo, Japan

  28. Duan Ping, Dalian Maritime University
    The Influences of Segmented Electrode with High Biased Voltage on Plasma Discharge Characteristics of Hall Thruster

  29. Liu Xiangyang, Beijing Institute of Technology
    Study on the Evolutionary Process of Characteristics of Plasma Properties in Pulsed Plasma Thruster

  30. Wang Xiaogang, Harbin Institute of Technology

  31. Nie Qiuyue, Harbin Institute of Technology

  32. Li Hong, Harbin Institute of Technology

  33. Cosmo Casaregola, Propulsion Mechanical and Thermal Systems / Eutelsat, Paris, France

  34. Yan Shen, Beijing Institute of Control Engineering, China Academy of Space Technology, P. R. China
    Recent Progress on Micro Propulsion in BICE

  35. Jian W. Mark Lim, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
    Multimodal Automated Robotic Data Acquisition Suite for Precision Diagnostics and Thrust Performance
    Evaluation in Electric Propulsion Modules

  36. Chen Long, Dalian Maritime University
    The Research Progress on Numerical Simulation of Wall Optimization and Magnetic Field Design in Hall Thruster

  37. Kateryna Bazaka, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia
    Novel Materials for Light Propulsion: Advance for Solar Sails

  38. Kostya Ostrikov, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia
    The wind of change: plasma and nanotech for space materials and propulsion

  39. Shuyan Xu, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
    Space Electric Propulsion Activities in Singapore: Recent Progress

  40. Liu Yue, Dalian University of Technology
    Numerical Study On Effect Of Background Magnetic Field On The Plasma Current In An Ion Thruster

  41. Wang Youmei, Hangzhou Dianzi University
    Computatinal Study of Miniture Hall Effect Thruster

  42. Zhang Guixin, Tsinghua University, China

  43. Guo Ning, Lanzhou Institute of Physics
    An Overview of Micro-Electric Propulsion Activities at LIP

  44. Feng Weiwei, Lanzhou Institute of Physics

  45. Shen Yan, Beijing Institute of Control Engineering
    Recent Progress on Micro Propulsion in BICE  

  46. Liu LeiBeijing Institute of Control Engineering 

  47. Gen Jinyue, Beijing Institute of Control Engineering

  48. Deng Weiwei, Southern University of Science and Technology
    Multiplexed Electrospray for Space Propulsion

  49. Xu Ying, Chen Yaxiong, Hebei University; Vice President, ShenZhen Quanpu High Tech Co.,Ltd
    20.5% Crystalline Silicon Solar cells by a Ceramic Roller inline Diffusion

  50. Li Tian Yi, Lanzhou Institute of Physics

  51. Tang Haibin, Beihang University
    Pulsed Plasma Thruster Performance Enhancement using an Asymmetrical Electrode

  52. Wang Haixing, Beihang University
    PIC simulation of plasma flow in magnetic nozzle

  53. Liu Xiangyang, Beijing Institute of Technology
    Study on the evolutionary process of characteristics of plasma properties in pulsed plasma thruster

  54. Wu Zhiwen, Beijing Institute of Technology

  55. Xie Kan, Beijing Institute of Technology
    Study of 3D Printing-Grid Ion Thruster Source

  56. William Yeong Liang Ling, Beijing Institute of Technology
    Non-Volatile Liquid Perfluoropolyether Propellant in a Pulsed Plasma Thruster

  57. Jinyue GengBeijing Institute of Control Engineering, China
    The preliminary research on the micro-cathode arc thruster

  58. Yuya Oshio, Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan
    RF Antenna Position Effect on Thrust Performance of RF Plasma Thruster with Nonuniform Magnetic Field

Invited Speakers 2018