• (January 19,2021) Due to the current COVID-19 emergency the School will be held online only.

  • (November 26,2020) Registration is open.

General information

  • The Training School III (TS-III) of the Stardust-R project is organized by the University Alexandru Ioan Cuza of Iasi (Romania) and the University of Rome Tor Vergata (Italy) in the period March 15-19, 2021.

  • Due to the current COVID-19 emergency the School is planned to be held in a hybrid form that combines in-person activities with an online component. In case the health situation does not improve all activities will be held in full remote connection, both for speakers and participants. A final decision will be taken at the beginning of the next year.

  • TS-III features 20 hours of lectures from invited speakers, 8 hours of lectures on transferable skills and meetings with industry.

Scientific rationale

Nowadays, one of the main challenges of the international community is to ensure that space environment will remain accessible and safe to operate in the near future. This goal demands the synergetic effort of higher education institutions, R&D centres, industries and space operators and also involves the training of young specialists who can develop effective solutions to reduce the impact of space debris.

The emergence of new open problems in space traffic management requires the development of adequate tools and technologies involving ...

Key topics

  1. Computational Intelligence and the quantification of uncertainty

  2. The art of demise

  3. The dynamics of chaos and the disposal of space debris

  4. The linkage problem

  5. The manipulation of non-cooperative targets and on orbit servicing



Universitatea “Al. I. Cuza”

Iaşi, Romania


University Tor Vergata

Rome, Italy


European Union

Marie Curie

Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions



The H2020 Space Debris and Asteroid research network