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The “Kuriki Award for Young Professionals” (Kuriki Award) is to be presented at each International Electric Propulsion Conference (IEPC) starting in 2017 both to acknowledge the contributions of a promising young professional in the field of Electric Propulsion (EP) and to encourage continued efforts in the field. Learn more
Abstract submission is now open for the 35th International Electric Propulsion Conference (IEPC) that will be held in Atlanta, Georgia, at the Georgia Hotel and Conference Center, from October 8 (Sun.) to 12 (Thurs.), 2017. Please visit: http://www.iepc2017.org
2015 IEPC Papers are now online! View
Congratulations to Austria! They will be hosting the IEPC in 2019!
We are pleased to announce that the 35th International Electric Propulsion Conference will be held in Atlanta, Georgia from October 8-12, 2017.
We hope to see you there!
Please see PowerPoint presentation below for details:
To increase awareness of the research, development, and applications of electric propulsion systems and related technologies by:
1) Ensuring the continued success of the International Electric Propulsion Conference as a forum for education and dissemination of EP knowledge
2) Maintaining searchable archival storage of all papers published at International Electric Propulsion Conferences
3) Honoring the outstanding contributors to the field of electric propulsion
4) Providing an up-to-date forum for sharing news from our government, industry, and academic EP communities (the website)
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