Starting from 2010, the Russian Space Research Institute holds annual international symposium on Solar system exploration. Main topics of these symposium include wide range of problems related to formation and evolution of Solar system, planetary systems of other stars, exploration of Solar system planets, their moons, small bodies, interplanetary environment and astrobiology problems.
The Eight Moscow international Solar System Symposium (8M-S3) was held from October 9 till 13, 2017. A team of five people from IOTA/ME participated in this meeting. One oral and three posters were presented by this team.
The oral presentation was "The effect of unknown parameters of exoplanets on their habitability" by Seyed Javad Jafarzedeh with Majid Bahrami and Fatemeh Montazeri.
The first poster was "Pole of rotation and spin rate of different asteroids" by Atila Poro and Fatemeh Montazeri.
The second poster was "The study of the bacterial life on similar conditions of Europa, in the laboratory" by Mohammad Sadegh Gheibzadeh.
And the third poster was "A study on occultation and timing methods" by Zeinab Sadat Lesani.