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Session 7




Biomedical Aspects of Inhabitability in Long-Duration Space Missions



Cochairs:
Barer А.S., Mukhamediyeva L.N., Guzenberg А.S.

1. Experience of Medical Support for EVA in Orbital Flight as the Basis for Formulating Medical Safety Principles for Such Operations in Outer Space



Barer А.S., Gnoyevaya N.К., Bogomolov V.V., Osipov Y.Y., Katuntsev V.P., Katayev Y.V.

2. Dynamics of Acoustic Situation during the Operation of Crews on the ISS



Bogomolov V.V., Bogatova R.I., Kupina I.V.

3. Microclimate and Performance Capability of Crew Members in Manned Spacecraft



Bogatova R.I., Agureyev A.N., Kupina I.V.

4. About the Quality of Air in Pressurized Habitable Modules



Argunova А.M., Odelevskiy V.K., Strogonova L.B.

5. Studying the Threshold Sensitivity of the Organ of Sight and Psychophysiological Functions on the Basis of Color Space-Frequency Response (SFR)



Bogatova R.I., Agureyev A.N., Kupina I.V., Salnitskiy V.P., Beliayev R.I., Gvozdev S.M., Liventsova A.A., Sadovnikova N.D.

6. Results of Group Psychodiagnostic Examination of Participants in the 14-Day Biotechnical Experiment Using the Homeostat Methodology



Yeskov K.N.

7. Justification of Medical and Technical LSS Requirements for Removal of Polymethylsiloxanes



Pakhomova A.A., Aksel-Rubinshteyn V.Z., Nikitin Y.I.

8. Multifunctional Automated System To Analyze the Image of Biological Objects



Skedina M.A., Solovyevа Z.O., Ivanova I.A., Verdenskaya N.V.

9. Thermal Status of Cosmonauts during EVAs: Ways of Improving Thermal Regulation



Filippenkov S.N., Osipov Y.Y., Katuntsev V.P.

Friday, September 26


10.00 – 13.00
Beige Room


Session 7
Biomedical Aspects of Inhabitability in Long-Duration Space Missions

Cochairmen:
Bogomolov V.V., Katuntsev V.P., Zhinzhikov L.A.

1. Some Issues Related to Man’s Preparation for the Martian Mission



Tsibliyev V.V., Naumov B.А., Sosyurka Y.B., Yaropolov V.I. , Kryuchkov B.I., Sherbakov M.V.

2. Psychophysiological Self-Regulation as a Method of Optimizing the Psychic Health in Stressed Conditions of Chamber Isolation



Shaposhnikov Y.A., Myakisheva Y.V.

3. Principles of Sanitary and Hygienic Support for ISS Crews



Shumilina G.A.

4. Regulation of Blood Protein Synthesis during Long-Duration Stay in Pressurized Module



Larina O.N., Bekker А.М.

5. Relevant Hygienic Problems of Using Nonmetallic (Polymeric) Materials in Manned Orbital Stations



Mardanov R.G., Solomin G.I., Barantseva M.Y.

6. EVA Spacesuit Measurement System in the Context of Medical Supervision



Osipov Y.Y., Filippenkov S.N., Katuntsev V.P.

7. Comparative Studies of Human Blood Lymphocyte Cytogenetic Indicators in vivo in Experiments with Simulated Microgravity



Repina L.A., Repin M.V., Bogomazova A.N., Snigireva S.P.

8. On Supervision over the Functional Status of Investigators in Long-Term Isolation



Luchitskaya Y.S., Fedorova I.N., Bayevskiy R.M.

9. Prospective Methodology of Hygienic Assessment of ISS Modules Air Polluted by Hydrazine Derivatives



Mikos K.N., Mukhamediyeva L.N., Pakhomova А.А., A.K. Buryak,

Ulyanov А.V., Serdyuk Т.М.

10. Studying the Possibility of Using Linen Fiber Fabrics as Part of Underwear and Clothing in Space Flight Conditions



Shumilina G.A., Bogatova R.I., Solovyevа Z.O., Kupina I.V.,

Grishenkova V.A.

Friday, September 26


10.00 – 13.00
Green Room


Session 8




Radiation Safety Issues




Cochairs:

Petrov V.М., Khamidulina N.N.

1. Methodological Issues of Operational Radiation Safety Support for Long-Duration Space Mission Crews

Petrov V.М., Bengin V.V., Kolomenskiy А.V., Shafirkin A.V.

2. Radiation Conditions and Radiation Risk Assessment for Martian Flight Crews Using Electrojet Low Thrust Engines



Shafirkin A.V., Kolomenskiy А.V.

3. Improving Approaches to and Criteria of Regulating Radiation Impacts on Cosmonauts during a Long-Duration Martian Mission, Taking Into Account Adjusted Values of Immediate and Remote Radiation Risks



Shafirkin A.V., Kolomenskiy А.V., Petrov V.М.

4. Regulating the Application of Ionizing Radiation Sources on Board of Manned Spacecraft



Petrov V.М.

5. Method of Reducing Radiation Impact Effects on the Human Body during a Manned Martian Mission



Rakov D.V. , Fedorenko B.S.

6. Laser Monitoring of Endogenous Carbonic Oxide To Assess the Effect of Radiation on the Cosmonaut during Outer Space Exploration



Shulagin Y.А., Stepanova Y.V., Dyachenko А.I.

7. Cosmophysical Factors and Human Safety in Outer Space



Trukhanov К.А., Baurov Y.А.

8. Creating an Analogous Geomagnetic Field in the Habitable Module of Interplanetary Spaceship



Trukhanov К.А., Luganskiy L.B.


Friday, September 26


10.00 – 13.00
Red Room



Session 10

Integrated Biological and Technical Life Support Systems for Lunar and Martian Bases

Cochairmen:

Baranov V.М., Romanov S.Y., Samsonov N.М.

1. «Bios» as an Inhabitable Biotechnological Life Support System with Internal Control

Gitelzon I.I., Lisovskiy G.М.

2. Bioregenerative Space Life Support: Ecological Technologies for Air Purification, Water and Nutrient Recycling and Food Production



Mark Nelson

3. Present-Day Status of Cosmonauts’ Life Support Systems and Their Evolution Paths in the Near Future

Morozov G.I., Malozemov V.V.

4. Human Factor and Biomedical Research in Ground-Based Experiments To Simulate Elements of a Manned Martian Mission



Baranov V.М., Nechayev А.P., Kholin S.F., Demin Y.P.

5. Considerations Regarding the Development of an Environmental Control and Life Support System for Lunar Surface Applications



Bagdigian R.M.

6. Optimum Criteria in LSS Design for Long-Duration Space Missions



Bartsev S.I., Mezhevikin V.V., Okhonin V.A.

Friday, September 26


14.00 – 17.00
Green Room



Session 8




Radiation Safety Issues



Cochairmen:
Mitrikas V.G., Lyagushin V.I. , Grigorian О.R.

1. Dynamics of ISS Daily Doses Inside the Tissue-Equivalent Spheric Phantom According to Liulin-5 Dosemeter



Chernykh I.V., Bengin V.V., Shurshakov V.А., Yarmanova Y.N., Semkova Y., Koleva R., Malchev S., Bankov N., Lyagushin V.I.

2. Studying the Space Radiation Dose Rate Outside and Inside the Spherical Phanotom in Accumulated Dose from Secondary Radiation Neutron Component



Chernykh I.V., Akatov Y.A., Arkhangelskiy V.V., Shurshakov V.А.,

Lyagushin V.I., Tomi L., Ing G.

3. Radiation Monitoring in Future Long-Duration Space Missions



Petrov V.М., Bengin V.V., Shurshakov V.А., Volkov А.N., Lyagushin V.I., Nikolayev I.V., Rosliakov Y.B., Panasyuk M.I., Nechayev O.Y.

4. Methodology of Accounting for the Impact of Radiation Field Anisotropy on the Dose Rate in Spacecraft



Drobyshev S.G., Bengin V.V.

5. Using Present-Day Design Methods To Develop Protection Models for Spacecraft and Calculating Local Values of Radiation Effect Parameters



Khamidullina N.H., Zefirov I.V.

6. Local Protection of Crew Members in Spaceflight Using Water-Containing Materials



Shurshakov V.А., Bondareva Т.А., Yarmanova Y.N., Matskevich А.Y., Nikolayev I.V., Sato T., Niita K.

7. Radioscaphe Space Experiment: Dosimetry System of the Razrez Research Equipment



Brilkov I., Bengin V.V., Grigoryan О., Shurshakov V.А., Dachev T., Burmeister S.

8. Researching the Impact of Hypomagnetic Conditions Close to the Interplanetary Field on Behavioral and Vegetative Reactions of Higher Mammals (Rats)



Krivova N.A., Trukhanov K.A., Zamoshina T.A., Khodanovich M.Y.

9. Experimental Research into Electrophysical Qualities of Water under the Influence of Small Radiation Doses from Space Physical Factors



Fedotova I.V., Artamonov А.А., Denisovskaya О.А., Tsetlin V.V.


Friday, September 26


14.00 – 17.00
Beige Room

Session 9




Issues Related to the Creation of Life Support Systems



Cochairmen:

Morukov B.V., Kryuchkov B.I., Shibanov G.P.


1. Altitude-Temperature Chamber Testing of On-Board Equipment for Manned Spaceflights

Shibanov G.P.

2. Problem of Protecting Cosmonauts’ Hearing from Negative Noise Effects in Long-Duration Space Missions



Matsnev E.I., Sigaleva Y.E.

3. Cryosauna as a Means of Stimulating the Immune System of Cosmonauts during Preparation for and Flights in Outer Space



Zherdev А.А., Sergeyeva А.А.

4. Professional and Psychological Forecast of Cosmonauts’ Performance during Preparation for Long-Duration Spaceflights



Bogdashevskiy R.B., Yaropolov V.I., Kryuchkov B.I.

5. Development and Testing of the Automated Management and Control System for the US module of the ISS



Andreychuk P.О., Karaseva G.А., Semenov А.V., Chernenko V.Y.,

Bystrov А.V., Bobe L.S., Soloukhin V.А., Rykhlov N.V., Petrov D.N., Zelenchukov V.V., Belov А.А., , Nikishkin I.А.

6. Metrological Assessment of the Photic Environment on the Basis of Photometric Control and Diagnostics of the Operator’s Visual Perception



Gvozdev S.M., Makov K.S., Storozheva V.A.

7. Hypothesis on the Nature of Macroscopic Fluctuations and Assessment of their Impact on the Quality of the Cosmonauts’ Living Environment and Technological Parameters of Life Support Systems



Artamonov А.А., Tsetlin V.V., Nosovskiy А.М.

8. Studying the Functional Reserves of the Cardiorespiratory System as an Objective Indicator of Life Support System Perfection



Bragin L.H., Voronkov Y.I., Goncharova A.G.

9. Thermographic Assessment of the Impact of Impact Accelerations on the Status of the Spinal Column and Paravertebral Musculature



Nikiforov D.A., Morukov I.B., Morozov А.М.

10. Mathematical Model of Accounting for the Bohr-Verigo Effect on the Degree of Oxygen Dissociation in the Simulation of Aerospace Flight Conditions



Matyushev T.V. , Stepanov V.K., Dvornikov M.V.

Friday, September 26


14.00 – 17.00
Red Room



Session 10

Integrated Biological and Technical Life Support Systems for Lunar and Martian Bases


Cochairmen:

Bartsev S.I., Kurmazenko E.A., Malozemov V.V.


1. Operation of LSS on Long-Duration Orbital Space Stations

Khokhlov А.V., Orekhov А.V., Skurskiy Y.А.

2. Life Support Systems from the MIR Station to the ISS



Varavva V.I., Dedkov D.K., Skripnikov A.V.

3. Space Environmental Technology Systems and Problems of Designing Them



Kurmazenko E.A., Tomashpolskiy M.Y., Gavrivov L.I., Khabarovskiy N.N.

4. Mathematical and Computer Simulation of the Biological Life Support System Module



Degermenji А.G., Gubanov V.G., Barkhatov Y.V., Tikhomirov A.А.

5. Stability of Man-Made Closed Ecological Systems with Accelerated Treatment of Plant Biomass



Rygalov V.Y., Holubnyak Y.

6. Management of Life Support Systems for Interplanetary Spaceship Crews



Zaretskiy B.F., Gavrivov L.I., Kurmazenko E.A.

7. Hardware and Software Set To Be Serviced by the Crew to Operate Generation Life Support Systems: Emergence and Localization of Offnominal Situations



Khabarovskiy N.N., Kurmazenko E.A., Tomashpolskiy M.Y.,

Gavrivov L.I., Kochetkov А.А., Dokunin I.V., Kamaletdinova G.R.,

Demin Y.P., Tryamkin V.V.


Friday, September 26


17.00
Red Room

Joint Session of the Problem Council № 3 NTS Roskosmos and Session Cochairs. Summing Up the Results



Saturday, September 27


10.00 – 17.00


Outside Session




Familiarization with Test Bench Base of SRC RF-IBMP of RAS

Closing of the Conference

Presentations will be published in a special issue of the Aerospace and Environmental Medicine magazine. Articles 4 to 5 pages long should correspond to the Guidelines for Authors and can be submitted to the Secretariat upon registration.


GUIDELINES FOR AUTHORS

1. Papers of Russian and foreign authors on relevant issues of aviation, space, marine, diving, sports and environmental physiology and medicine will be accepted for publication in the scientific and practical Aerospace and Environmental Medicine magazine. The magazine is published on a fee-less basis.

2. Two copies of an article with a cover letter along with an electronic version (which should correspond to the text of the article) should be sent to the editorial board, and а certificate of experts’ examination if need be. The text should be printed in standard 12 point-size font on one side of the A4 page with a double interval between lines and a 3.5 cm left margin.

One copy of the article should be signed by all the authors, specifying their names, including middle names, and also the mailing and electronic addresses and telephones of the author who will be the contact person.

Electronic version (font Times New Roman, Ariel or Tahoma – regular, 12 points; word processor Word with add-in doc) shall be e-mailed to library@imbp.ru; 1.4 disks or CDs can be used. Pictures should be in black and white and should not exceed 1 Мb.


  1. To describe the results of experimental research, it is essential to point out that it has been conducted in accordance with programs that were approved by a local or departmental board (committee) on bioethics, in line with key bioethical rules described, in particular, in the Aerospace and Environmental Medicine magazine, 2000, v. 34, № 2, p. 17–20; 2001, v. 35, № 4, p. 14–20. If the contents of the articles indicate inadequate compliance with biomedical ethics rules, they will be rejected by the editorial board.

4. The layout of an article: article title, initials and family names of authors, agency, city, country (to be specified for each of the authors), summary, brief introduction, methodology, results and discussion, list of references, summary on a separate page to be translated into English.

5. Summary (not more than 2/3 of a page) should highlight the key provisions of the article.

The summary shall be drawn up as follows: purpose and objective of work, object of research, methodologies used, key results and their interpretation. The summary is preceded by he article title, initials and family names of the authors.

6. Illustrations (photos, pictures) shall be accepted in two copies not more than 8 cm wide (complex pictures – 17 х 20 cm). The pictures should be printed exclusively on a laser printer. Captions on the pictures shall be done in regular 9-12 point font (depending on the size of the picture). Only high-contrast tone pictures and black-and-white photographs will be accepted, diagram bars shall have shadow filling. Photographs with letters, figures or symbols pasted on them shall not be accepted. Captions for pictures and photographs shall be provided on a separate page. Captions under pictures shall contain the title of the picture and explain all the curves, letters, figures and other elements of the legend. Captions for microphotographs shall specify the method of application and zoom. The names of the authors, title of the article and picture number shall be provided on the back side of the pictures.

7. Tables shall be printed on separate pages, shall have headings and successive ordinal numbering. Duplicating data in the text, tables and pictures is impermissible.

8. The list of references shall contain apart from underlying works publications over the past 15 years. Original articles shall not quote more than 20 sources - literature reviews, not more than 50. The author shall be liable for the correctness of bibliographic data. References shall be provided on a separate page. References in the text to sources quoted shall be given in square brackets.

9. In the list of references sources shall be given in alphabetic order starting with the name of the first author (works in Russian first, followed by those in foreign languages). All sources shall be numbered in alphabetic order and the numeration shall correspond to that of the article text. If more than one work of one author is quoted, they shall be ordered chronologically; an article written by a group of authors (more than 4 persons), shall be placed in the list of references according to the name of the first author, followed by the names of another two authors and et al. If there are four authors, all four shall be named.

In a reference to an article from a magazine or a collection of articles the following data shall be provided: author, name of article, two slanted lines (//), title of the magazine or collection of articles, place of publication (for the collection of articles), year, volume, number of issue, page from and to, all the elements being separated by period from one another, for instance: Ivanov I.I. Countermeasures Issues in Martian Flight // Aerospace and environmental medicine. 2003. T. 38. № 6. p. 85-86.

When referring to a monograph, the author, title, place and year of publication shall be specified. A monograph written by a group of authors (more than 4 persons), shall be placed in the list according to the title of the book. For monographs of foreign authors published in Russian the language of the original from which it was translated shall be specified after the title of the book, separated by a colon. No references to unpublished works shall be permitted.

10. The article should be carefully edited and proofread. If a large number of stylistic errors and misprints are found, the article shall not be published. The editorial board reserves the right to shorten and correct works accepted for publication.

11. Articles sent back to the authors for correction shall be returned to the editorial board within one month upon receipt. The date of arrival shall be the date on which the editorial board receives the final version of the manuscript (together with the corrected electronic version).

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