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Welcome to STKspace Langkawi, 12 August 2015

STK, The simulation software from AGI

In conjunction with IconSpace conference

Will be held in Langkawi Lagoon Resort


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Registration Deadline:
12 July 2015

Onsite registration :
12 August 2015

Tutorial day:
12 August 2015 


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Background. In conjunction with the "2015 International Conference on Space Science and Communication (IconSpace2015)", we are proud to conduct a tutorial on Systems Tool Kit (STK) for Space Applications. STK is a software that is capable of generating data and creating models such as aircraft, satellites, ships and sensors and assembling them into complex scenarios for evaluation to fulfill observation gaps and multiple objectives. The one-day event will highlight how AGI products can be used to adapt and enhance best practices international standard operating procedure in multilateral framework for benefit of students, researchers and practitioners in achieving their research goals. The tutorial is designed to familiarize first-time or advance users with STK workflow and provide basic understanding on STK software capabilities through hands-on training.

Space Science Centre (ANGKASA), Institute Of Climate Change, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) is established on 1 August 2003. Previously known as Institute of Space Science, it aims to lead research in space science and technology by joining in international space research activities such as International Space Weather Initiative (ISWI), Human Space Technology Initiative (HSTI) and Association of Space Explorers (ASE) meetings. Significant roles include developing capacity and research on space science and technology for peaceful applications, promoting their importance for national development and supporting the national space programs. On 16 December 2013, the institute was merged under Institute of Climate Change to become Space Science Centre (ANGKASA). Currently, ANGKASA involves more than 20 researchers in related fields and has collaborations with the following local agency/university: National Space Agency of Malaysia, Astronautic Technology (M) Sdn Bhd (ATSB®), Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia (UTHM), Universiti Malaysia Sabah (UMS), and international bodies such as National Institute of Polar Research (NIPR) Japan, Science Institute University of Iceland (SIUI), Space Environment Research Center (SERC), University of Kyushu Japan, Stanford University, USA, the Institute of Geophysics and Astronomy, Cuba, etc.