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SIRIUS-21 EXPERIMENT

RESEARCH ON HUMAN PSYCHOLOGY AND PERFORMANCE IN THE CONDITIONS OF PROLONGED ISOLATION TO SUPPORT FUTURE ISS RESEARCH, AS WELL AS TO MITIGATE THE RISKS IN PROMISING SPACE RESEARCH MISSIONS

[ИМБП РАН]
ГОСУДАРСТВЕННЫЙ НАУЧНЫЙ ЦЕНТР РФ
ИНСТИТУТ МЕДИКО-БИОЛОГИЧЕСКИХ ПРОБЛЕМ РАН

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РФ
[HRP NASA]
HUMAN RESEARCH PROGRAM (HRP) NASA

HRP 2101 NASA Parkway Houston, Texas 77058
mailto: JSC-HumanResearch@mail.nasa.gov
США

Scientific International Research In Unique terrestrial Station
Научное исследование в уникальном наземном комплексе

  • SIRIUS-17
  • SIRIUS-19
  • SIRIUS-21
  • SIRIUS-22/23
  • November 7-24, 2017
  • March 19 – July 17, 2019
  • Start on November 4, 2021
  • It is planned for 2022
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The SIRIUS project simulates the conditions
of a long-term manned space mission
in order to study the biomedical
and psychological problems in
humans associated with isolation
and restriction of space.
ABOUT THE SIRIUS III STAGE PROJECT
Stage III of the Project is a 240-day isolation experiment that reproduces the main features of a future interplanetary mission. The experiment includes the following stages: leaving the Earth's orbit, the flight to a hypothetical planet with a subsequent orbital flyby to find a landing site, the landing of an expedition module for conducting scientific research, staying in the orbit to perform operations for receiving transport ships, remote control of robotic vehicles for building a base, and return to Earth.

THE SIRIUS PROJECT
The NASA Human Research Program (HRP) and the Institute of Biomedical Problems of the Russian Academy of Sciences both conduct research to develop preventive measures and technologies to protect the health of astronauts and cosmonauts in a space flight. Based on this common goal, and taking into account the history of successful joint cooperation, NASA HRP and IBMP RAS have united the efforts of both organizations and interested international partners to conduct critical research for future human space exploration..
Going beyond the Earth's orbit and conducting manned studies of the nearest space objects in the Solar System (with the prospect of creating extraterrestrial orbital stations and planetary bases) is a new stage of human space exploration that requires solving a wide range of technical, physiological and psychological problems that the crew may face during the mission. In order to solve the problems and to reduce the risks in interplanetary space missions, NASA HRP and IBMP RAS have decided to jointly use the controlled isolated environment of the IBMP’s Medical and Technical Ground Experimental Facility (NEK), and have organized the large-scale international isolation project called “SIRIUS” (Scientific International Research In Unique terrestrial Station / Scientific Research In a Unique Ground Facility), which includes a series of several joint scientific model experiments lasting 17, 120, 240 and 360 days.
The SIRIUS Project program is designed for a period of up to five years. It was developed on the basis of the main provisions of the draft Strategies of the Russian Manned Cosmonautics for the Period Up To 2050 (ROSCOSMOS State Corporation, 2015) and NASA’s strategy for further deep space exploration and work program for the coming years (National Aeronautics and Space Administration Transition Authorization Act approved by the USA Congress, March 2017), and is a continuation of the studies started within the Mars-500 Project, with the focus on medical and psychological risks during long-term autonomous manned space missions and the operation of orbital and planetary bases. The complex nature of the research conducted inside the isolated chambers of the Ground-Based Experimental Facility allows to address a number of psychological, physiological, medical-sanitary and ergonomic aspects of interplanetary missions that are fundamentally important for planning.
SIRIUS-21 MANAGEMENT FROM IBMP RAS
SIRIUS-21 MANAGEMENT FROM HRP NASA
GENERAL SCENARIO
The concepts of the proposed scenarios are based on modeling the medical and psychological effects of the main significant events characteristic for long-duration missions performed by international ISS crews. These include:
1. Long-term absence of resupply, limited resources and the resulting partial autonomy of the mission paired with a periodical search for the necessary logistics resources located outside of the established storage locations.
2. Regular long-term extravehicular activities accompanied by significant physical load and night work.
3. Performing professional activities that require mobilization of cognitive functions and complex motor skills after prolonged exposure to space flight factors (including isolation, monotony, inactivity, anti-orthostasis, etc.). Docking with supply ships arriving at the station. Testing of robotic vehicles remote control skills, including operation with a time delay.
4. The problems of intra-group interaction and leadership in a cross-cultural crew in the conditions of a prolonged stay in a habitat with limited volume (crowding, sensory deprivation, monotony, imposition of contacts, etc.).
5. Changes in the volume and content of the crew’s communication with the Mission Control Center and external communicants via audio and computer networks due to the group dynamics of the crew, the problems of intergroup interaction, as well as the changes in the psychophysiological status of cosmonauts.
6. Gender-mixed crews.
7. Performing joint international experiments with close interaction between the testers.
SIRIUS-21 MISSION
The SIRIUS-21 mission scenario is based on the simulation of a long-term lunar mission and includes the testing of the elements of a manned expedition to remote space objects. During the mission, the crew will perform tasks related to space flight operations, such as daily medical monitoring and in-depth health assessment, regular physical training and activities from the mission scenario (including extravehicular activities on the surface of the Earth’s satellite). In addition, the crew will carry out a program of scientific research to study the impact of isolation in a confined space on human psychology, physiology and relationships in a small group. Moreover, as preparation for deep space missions, the testing of technologies will be continued for modeling planetary activities using virtual reality and obtaining data to isolate the influence of microgravity on professional skills when performing extravehicular activities.
[НЭК]
[НЭК]
The medical and technical ground-based experimental facility of IBMP RAS
The Medical and Technical Ground-Based Experimental Facility (NEK) of the IBMP has unique facilities for conducting model space flight studies of various duration (over 500 days) and complexity. The NEK is an analog platform with multifunctional experimental modules capable of accommodating from 3 to 10 crew members. All hermetic chambers are equipped with autonomous life support systems controlled by an executive system that forms a habitat with specified parameters (including ventilation and air conditioning system, atmospheric purification, gas analysis and support for certain parameters of pressure, temperature, humidity and gas composition), as well as provides water supply, sewerage, electricity, electric lighting, video surveillance and fire extinguishing systems. In addition, NEK can provide additional features, such as variable volumes of residential modules, special day-night cycles and innovative working environmental conditions for research in accordance with requests of testers. Control of the experiment and all NEK systems, as well as monitoring and control of the crew and environmental parameters is carried out from the Mission Control Center of the experiment.
The NEK is used as a unique scientific facility for studying life support systems, space activities, medical means of prevention, crew performance and dynamics, crew autonomy, the consequences of isolation and related physiological stressors.

[VR]
To simulate planetary activities in the SIRIUS-21 experiment, specialized suits with virtual reality devices are used developed at the IBMP RAS jointly with the Sci-VR company and the Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics of the Moscow State University. Such suits consist of autonomous hardware and software sets made in the form of a space suit. It includes a VR-helmet with the sensors for head and body spatial position connected to a computing module located on the back of the cosmonaut.
The hardware and software system provides maximum immersion into a complex technical environment and full-fledged interaction of cosmonauts (both individually and as part of crews) with the interactive objects of planetary activities and 3D models of promising spacecraft, as well as training and research inside the virtual space. The spacesuit is designed to work out ergonomic and medical and psychological support for the crew's planetary activities, as well as to study promising operations in extreme conditions, allowing to simulate a wide range of conditions for performing activities (including emergency situations), as well as to study the psychophysiological aspects of operator crews’ professional activities.
SIRIUS-21 EXPERIMENT SCENARIO
The scenario seeks to simulate:

• classic negative factors typical for a space mission and/or a hermetic chamber experiment: sensory deprivation, monotony, restriction of social contacts, limited living space and controlled habitat;
• autonomous interplanetary mission factors, including limiting the resources of the expedition and extravehicular activities on the surface of a planet;
• space crew professional activities, such as docking of transport ships, landing of the lunar module, operating robotic vehicles;
• communication delay of up to 5 minutes in one direction;
• crew composition mixed by gender and nationality;
• implementation of joint international experiments in close cooperation with the developers and directors of research;
• working out of emergency situations.

The duration of the model experiment is 240 days.

Prior to the start of the main experiment, a two-week testing of all engineering and technical systems of the Ground-Based Experimental Facility will be performed. This dry-run will allow to test the NEK systems, experimental operations and special research equipment, as well as to determine storage locations for the research and service equipment. Also, a set of activities will be carried out for the crewmembers, aimed at building certain knowledge, skills and abilities necessary for the maintenance of the NEK systems and reliable and safe performance of all operations for life support and the implementation of the Scientific Program. During this period, the baseline data will be collected for the Research Program, and the personal cabins of the crew will be put in order.
MISSION STAGES:
[Лунная миссия]
Mission Day 1. The spacecraft with the crew is launched into the low-Earth orbit.
Mission Day 2-4. The docking with the interplanetary station is carried out, the crew is transferred to the transport ship and the station is tested for operability.
Mission Day 5-8. Launch to the Moon, reaching the orbit and docking with the orbital station. During the first 8 days of the mission, communication with the crew is conducted in real time.
Mission Day 9-60. When reaching the lunar orbit, the communication delay is increased to 5 minutes one-way. The crew performs regular operations to prepare the lander, works out some EVA elements and operates robotic vehicles on the Moon surface.
45-55 days after the start of the mission, a resupply transport ship already waiting in the lunar orbit docks to the lunar orbital station. Thus, it is impossible to supply fresh food, as well as the things the need for which becomes obvious after the launch of the spacecraft.
Mission Day 61-65. The first lunar EVA is planned on Mission Day 61. The crew is divided into two groups: the landing crew of four people (two men and two women) and the orbital crew of two people. Within four days, the four crew members descend to the lunar surface where they perform two Moonwalks in pairs (2 surface walks per pair), lasting for up to one hour. Each Moonwalk involves moving through the lunar surface in a space suit using VR technologies. During the expedition, the crewmembers perform operations to take soil samples and operate a lunar rover model against the background of hand suspension that simulates lunar gravity.
The crewmembers always perform EVAs in stable pairs to study the impact of psychological compatibility on the effectiveness of the mission.
In the meantime, the two crew members in the lunar orbit continue to carry out the flight program and provide technical assistance and advice to their comrades in the landing module. In addition, they operate robotic vehicles (RTS) on the surface.
Mission Day 66-121. After four days on the Moon, the lander departs from the surface and docks with the orbiter. The united crew in the orbit performs the flight program (including RTS control) and analyzes the data received from the surface. A pre-determined part of the crew prepares for a new landing, working out the elements of its scenario and taking into account the observations received from the first expedition.
In the interval of Mission Days 110-115, the crew receives a transport ship from the Earth and unloads it.
Mission Day 122-126. On the 122th day of the lunar-orbit stay, the crew of 4 people lands on the Moon once again. It consists of the two crew members (one man and one woman) who previously landed on the surface, as well as two members of the previous orbital crew. Within four days, all crew members perform two Moonwalks (2 surface walks per pair) lasting for up to one hour. In the meantime, the two crew members in the lunar orbit continue to carry out the planned flight program.
Mission Day 127-189. At the end of the expedition, the departure from the Moon and docking with the orbiter are performed. The united crew in the orbit performs the flight program and analyzes the data obtained on the surface. A pre-determined part of the crew once again prepares for a new landing working out the elements of its scenario and taking into account the observations received from the first and second expeditions.
Mission Day 190-194. On the 190th day of the mission, the crew of 4 people carries out the third and final expedition to the lunar surface. It consists of the two crew members who previously landed on the surface, as well as two members of the previous orbital crew. Within four days, all crew members perform two Moonwalks (2 surface walks per pair) lasting for up to one hour.
Mission Day 195-236. After four days on the Moon, the lander departs from the surface and docks with the orbiter. The united crew in orbit continues to carry out the flight program, including operation of the robotic equipment on the surface.
Mission Day 237-240. Return to Earth. The interplanetary vehicle reaches the Earth's orbit within three days, after which the lander is undocked and landed within a day. During the last four days of the mission, communication with the crew is carried out without delay.
LIST OF OPERATIONS TO ENSURE THE HEALTH AND SAFETY OF THE CREW:
• daily and in-depth monthly medical monitoring, in case of medical necessity - a comprehensive assessment of the test-subjects’ health status is carried out;
• motor activity and regular physical training monitoring;
• climatic and microbiological control of the modules and control of the premises cleaning procedures;
• the use of standard and promising means of preventing the negative factors in a closed habitat with limited space
• involving highly qualified personnel to work in duty crews, special training of crew members in the field of medical care, emergency response and emergency exit;
• ensuring constant communication between the crew and the MCC against the background of a 5-minute delay.
MODELING OF THE ELEMENTS OF AN INTERPLANETARY LUNAR MISSION:
• scientific observations of the lunar surface and a reasonable choice of the landing site, as well as the area for creating a future planetary settlement;
• operations for docking and undocking transport ships and orbital modules, including night operations;
• remote control of robotic systems on the lunar surface;
• landing, flight and return of the lander from the Moon, performing typical expedition operations on the lunar surface.
MAINTENANCE OF THE SPACECRAFT SYSTEMS:
• operation of the isolation facility environmental control and life support systems elements;
• hygienic conditions inside the modules;
• maintaining operational and scientific equipment in good working condition.
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
Conducting comprehensive scientific research in the field of space psychology, physiology, metabolism, immunology, genetics, microbiology, sanitation and hygiene, human factors and habitability. The crew will conduct research included in the Scientific Program in accordance with the daily cyclogram.
OPERATIONAL ACTIVITIES
The crew will follow a standard 24-hour work-rest schedule including: sleep - 8 hours, cooking and eating - 2 hours, personal hygiene - 1 hour, physical training - 2 hours (using a bicycle ergometer, treadmill, resistance training), personal time - 3 hours.
The working time consists of at least 8 hours and is devoted to performing traditional flight operations: audio and video communication with the MCC, sanitary and hygienic procedures, inspection, sample collection in the compartments and (if necessary) repair of life support systems of hermetic chambers, as well as performing psychological, psychophysiological, physiological, biochemical, microbiological, biological, sanitary and hygienic and operational-technological (operation and testing of equipment) experiments, most of which are included in the scientific program implemented on the ISS. In addition, it is planned to work on simulators that simulate extravehicular activity (the average duration of the EVA is up to 90 minutes per two crew members). The total time for conducting scientific research per day is expected to be at least 7 hours.
SIRIUS-21 CREW
The project simulates the long-term isolation of a gender-mixed crew of 6 people, including the participation of two or three women. Practically healthy people who meet the following requirements are invited to the experiment as test-volunteers: age - 20...50 years old, higher education, professional preferences - doctors with emergency medical care skills; research doctors with laboratory diagnostics skills; physiologists or biologists; mechanical engineers, life support systems specialists and engineers - specialists in computer technology and electronics. Language training - knowledge of Russian and English at a level that provides professional and everyday communication.
RULES AND THE SELECTION PROCEDURE FOR VOLUNTEER TESTERS
According to the results of the initial selection based on the analysis of personal data, the candidates for volunteer testers are informed about the conditions of medical and psychological testing to be conducted by the Medical Expert Commission (VEK) of the IBMP RAS, both outpatient and inpatient. According to the results of the examinations and testing, the VEK issues a conclusion about the possibility or impossibility of a candidate's participation in the experiment as a volunteer tester for medical and psychological reasons. The decision of the Medical Expert Commission is valid for one year and is not subject to revision.
The appointment to the crew is carried out by the decision of the Mandate Commission and is based on a set of parameters, including the current health status assessment, the results of training with an assessment of the ability to work in a group, the assessment of the participant's aspirations to complete the experiment successfully.
CREW COMPOSITION
The crew includes the following specialists: Crew Commander, Flight Engineer, Flight Surgeon and three Researchers. The activities of the crew during the experiment are based on the main provisions of the Professional Ethics Code of the Cosmonauts of the Russian Federation and the Code of Conduct of the International Space Station Crew.
CREW CANDIDATES
[Блинов О.В.]
Oleg BLINOV (Russia)
Place of work: Head of the department for creation of complex simulators of promising transport spaceships of the Yu. A. Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center.
Education: Kirov Military Aviation Technical School, Vyatka State Agricultural Academy, Master's degree at the Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University).
From 2012 to 2016, he was a member of the ROSCOSMOS cosmonaut corps. At the Mission Control Center (Korolev), he supported cosmonauts’ extravehicular activities as an airlock specialist.
Commander
[Ashley Kowalski]
Ashley KOWALSKI (USA)
Place of work: Project Manager of the Global Partnership Department of the Aerospace Corporation, she is a representative of the US Space Systems Command.
Education: Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering from George Washington University.
She has experience as an analyst and a technical specialist in the development of the architecture of various space systems. She has participated in a number of joint space programs in Russia, Germany and China.
Flight engineer
[Кириченко В.В.]
Victoria KIRICHENKO (Russia)
Place of work: surgeon, Junior Research Associate at the Department of Operational Management of Medical Support for Space Flights at the IBMP RAS.
Education: N. I. Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University, I. M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University, postgraduate courses at the IBMP RAS.
She is one of the executives of the “Algometria” Space Experiment.
Flight surgeon
[William Brown]
William BROWN (USA)
Place of work: has experience in various industries, including military, defense, consulting, medical, information and logistics.
Education: Master's degree from the Darla Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina, Bachelor's degree in Russian language, Literature and Culture at the University of South Carolina. He has completed an additional bachelor's degree in computer science at the University of South Carolina.
Researcher
[Saleh Omar Al Ameri]
Saleh Omar AL AMERI (United Arab Emirates)
Place of work: tester-cosmonaut at the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Center.
Education: Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from Khalifa University, graduate of the UAE National Service.
He has a skydiver's license from the USPA (more than 200 jumps) and a Master Scuba Diver level from PADI for diving.
Researcher
[Карякина Е.С.]
Ekaterina KARYAKINA (Russia)
Place of work: flight attendant at the Nordwind airlines.
Education: Department of Journalism of the Orenburg State Pedagogical University.
She worked as a medical coordinator at the GMS ECO Clinic of Assisted Reproductive Technologies.
Researcher. Left the project due to an injury..
[Прокопьев Е.В.]
Evgeny PROKOPYEV (Russia)
Place of work: test engineer S.P. Korolev Rocket and Space Corporation Energia.
Education: A. F. Mozhaisky Military Space Academy, postgraduate courses at the S.P. Korolev Rocket and Space Corporation Energia.
He has completed a course of general space training at the Yu. A. Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center. He has a 5-grade diver qualification.
backup crew
[Федоров А.Н.]
Alexey FEDOROV (Russia)
Place of work: Technical Director at the Argentarium company.
Education: Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Moscow Aviation Institute (National Research University).
He has a five-year working experience at the Yu. A. Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center as a teacher-translator.
backup crew
[Бахтерова О.В.]
Vera BAKHTEREVA (Russia)
Place of work: traumatologist-orthopedist at the Polyclinic No. 2 of the Traumatological Department at the Sevastopol City Hospital No .1.
Education: South Ural State University (National Research University).
She is a specialist in orthopedics and traumatology in the global network of private medical clinics Medical On Group (Sevastopol).
backup crew
[Brian Evarts]
Brian EVARTS (USA)
Place of work: technologist, data analyst and entrepreneur. He works on projects related to satellite farming, biotechnologies and artificial intelligence..
Education: Master of Science degree in System Dynamics and continues his studies for a Master of Science degree in Robotics at Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Bachelor of Computer Science degree and Bachelor of Arts degree in Russian at West Chester University of Pennsylvania.
He is a certified scuba diver of the International School of Scuba Diving.
backup crew
[Tetyana Delaney]
Tatyana DELANEY (USA)
Place of work: Professor of Biology at St. Joseph's College in New York.
Education: Doctoral degree from the Institute of Molecular Biology and Genetics (Kiev, Ukraine).
She was engaged in research work at the University of Florence (Italy), at the University of Regensburg (Germany) and at the University of Oakland, Michigan. She has lectured at Nanjing University in China and Christ University in Bangalore, India.
backup crew
[Abdalla Alhammadi]
Abdalla AL HAMMADI (United Arab Emirates)
Place of work: tester-cosmonaut at the Mohammed Bin Rashid Space Center.
Education: Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Abu Dhabi; basic degree in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Manchester; Diploma in Engineering from Tamworth and Lichfield College (UK) and the Higher College of Technology (Abu Dhabi).
He is fond of football, swimming and diving.
backup crew
THE FLIGHT PROGRAM
The daily activities of the crew are carried out on the basis of a cyclogram developed by the Planning Team responsible specialist. Two days prior to the planned Mission Day the cyclogram is transmitted to the crew. It notes the experimental methods that require strict binding by time and conditions, which means the need for strict implementation at the specified hours. The implementation of the remaining methods is distributed by the crew independently, depending on the actual situation inside the chambers, with the mandatory implementation of the planned daily volume of research..
The communication of the crew with the Duty Teams of the MCC and the specialists who come to contact is organized in accordance with the standards and regulations that are used for the ISS missions. It is assumed that there will be daily morning and evening conferences (DPC) of the Crew Commander, transmissions of radio messages on the order of work with a report on their receipt and communication with the specialists conducting the experiments. In addition, it is planned to hold regular private psychological sessions (PPS) and carry out traditional psychological support activities (regular transmission of video and audio recordings, news, etc.)
THE SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM
The purpose of the SIRIUS-21 experiment is to study the mechanisms of adaptation of the human body to the conditions of 240-day isolation in a hermetic object with an artificial habitat that simulates a manned space mission with the development and testing of various means of preventing the negative effects of a set of isolation factors.
SIRIUS-21 MAIN OBJECTIVES
• to work out scientific cooperation between various research centers at the international level;
• to test the experimental equipment available and being prepared for delivery on board of the ISS in the conditions of isolation in a hermetic object;
• to assess the impact of short-term isolation of the crew in a hermetic object simulating a spacecraft on the psychological and psychophysiological state, mental and physical performance as well as on the main physiological systems of the human body;
• to ensure control over the health status of the test subjects as well as over the environmental parameters and sanitary and hygienic conditions of isolation;
• to create an integrated database of scientific data obtained during the implementation of the Project;
• to work out the mechanisms for the creation and functioning of international cooperation responsible for setting and solving scientific problems of promising Lunar missions;
• to assess the adequacy of the isolation model in comparison with a real space mission according to the state of various physiological systems of the body;
• to gain implementation experience and scientific and organizational groundwork for subsequent joint long-term isolation mixed-crew experiments.
EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH PROGRAM

Topic: "The study of adaptive processes in the human body while modeling a set of space flight factors in isolation in a hermetic facility with an artificial habitat".
The experiment is carried out on the basis of the Fundamental Research Program of the Institute of Biomedical Problems for 2013-2020 (topics 64.1, 64.2, 63.2, 65.1, 65.4), a contract with Wyle Laboratories (USA), as well as applications from third-party organizations for the use of a unique scientific facility of the IBMP "the Medical and Technical Facility for testing innovative technologies of space biomedicine in the interests of providing orbital and interplanetary missions, as well as the development of practical healthcare" for research.
Scientific supervisor - Director of the SSC RF - IMBP RAS Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, MD O.I. Orlov.
The program can identify six main areas in which experimental activities will be carried out in the SIRIUS-21 project.
Field of study Russian and international projects HRP NASA Total
Psychological and psychophysiological research 24 5 29
Physiological research 24 1 25
Immunity studies 3 1 4
Metabolic, biochemical and molecular biological research 5 0 5
Telemedicine experiments 1 0 1
Sanitary-hygienic and microbiological studies 6 0 6
Total 63 7 70
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Scientific Leader: Leading Researcher Kotrovskaya T.I., MD, PhD. Principle Investigator: Researcher Schastlivtseva D.V. (IBMP). Co-PI: IB Golubev V. G.



Emotion in space analog environments: detection and regulation of affective changes in response to a stressful condition in situation of confinement.
Organization: University of Lorraine, Франция.
Scientific Leader: Prof. P.Mutzenhardt (University of Lorraine, Psychology and Neuroscience Lab). Principle Investigator: Prof. B. Bolmont (University of Lorraine, Psychology and Neuroscience Lab). Co-PIs: Dr. J.-P. Hainaut, Dr. C. Langlet (University of Lorraine, Psychology and Neuroscience Lab); Dr. Gauquelin-Koch Guillemette (CNES); Marnat Maurice (CNES/MEDES IMPS)



Mitigation of mental stress in isolation and confined environment.
Organization: Американский университет Шарджи, США.
Scientific Leader: Dr. Hasan Al-Nashash, PhD (American University of Sharjah). Principle Investigators: Dr. Fares Al-Shargie, PhD, Dr. Usman Tariq, PhD (American University of Sharjah). Supervisor: Dr. Fares Al-Shargie, PhD (American University of Sharjah)..



The Psychological challenges of isolation during human spaceflight: the role of motivational dynamics.
Organization: Университет Объединенных Арабских Эмиратов, ОАЭ.
Scientific Leader: Dr. Zahir Vally, PhD (United Arab Emirates University).



Objective evaluation of psychological distress in space exploration (simulation of environment of moon base).
Organization: Университет Цукубы, Япония.
Scientific Leader: Dr. Ichiyo Matsuzaki, MD, PhD (Tsukuba University). Co-PIs: Tadashi Murai, MD, PhD; Yuichi Oi, MD, PhD; Shotaro Doki, MD, PhD; Daisuke Hori, MD, PhD (Japan Atomic Energy Agency). Supervisor: Shin-ichiro Sasahara, MD, PhD (Tsukuba University).



Remote assessment of stress level using facial expression asymmetry and movement.
Organization: Shiseido Global Innovation Center, Япония.
Scientific Leader: Mariko Egawa, PhD (Shiseido Global Innovation Center). Co-PIs: Hirofumi Nakada, MD, PhD (USJ LLC); Takuya Tamura, MD, PhD (Sakurajyuji Group); Junichi Hosoi, PhD, and Kentaro Kajiya, PhD (Shiseido Global Innovation Center). Supervisor: Chika Katagiri, PhD (Shiseido Global Innovation Center).



A neuroergonomic approach to cis-lunar teleoperation .
Organization: ISAE-SUPAERO, Франция.
Scientific Leader: Dr., Dr Eng., Stéphanie LIZY-DESTREZ (Ph.D.), Co-Investigators: Dr. Raphaelle ROY, PhD, Dr. Vsevolod Peysakhovich, PhD.



Brain Changes and Spatial Navigation after Long Duration Isolation and Confinement and the Significance of Virtual Earth gazing to Augment Sensory Stimulation.
Organization: Christian Rogon, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR), Германия.
Scientific Leader: Alexander C. Stahn, PhD; Katharina Brauns, MSc. Co-PIs: Mathias Basner, MD; Katharina Brauns, MSc; Elena Fomina, PhD; Tom Hartley, PhD; Simone Kühn, PhD; Bernhard Riecke, PhD; Mathias Stangl, PhD; Anika Werner, MSc.



A biopsychosocial investigation of psychological stress, team function, performance and health during and after return from the isolation and confinement program.
Organization: Manchester Metropolitan University, Великобритания.
Scientific Leader: Prof. Marc Jones, PhD. Co-PIs: Dr Nathan Smith; Prof. Emma Barrett; Dr Maria Cordero; Dr. Elizabeth Braithwaite (Manchester Metropolitan University); Professor Gro Mjeldheim Sandal (University of Bergen).



Physiological adaptation effects upon decision making and skills maintenance in ICE - 2.
Organization: Department of Psychology, Sapienza University of Rome, Италия.
Scientific Leader: Prof. Fabio Ferlazzo, PhD. Co-PIs: Prof. Rossella Ventura, PhD; Prof. Vittorio Pasquali, PhD; Prof. Diego Andolina, PhD; Prof. Stefano Sdoia, PhD; Dr. PierpaoloZivi, MSc (Sapienza University of Rome); Prof. Denise Giuliana Ferravante, MSc (Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and Sustainable Economic Development). Supervisor: Prof. Rossella Ventura, PhD (Sapienza University of Rome).



SIMSKILL-VR.
Organization: Institute of Space Systems, University of Stuttgart, Германия.
Scientific Leader: Dr. Reinhold Ewald, Prof. Supervisor: Miquel Bosch Bruguera, Aer. Eng. (Institute of Space Systems, University of Stuttgart).



Integrated ethological study.
Organization: Research and Study Group in Human and Space Ethology, Франция.
Scientific Leader: Carole Tafforin, PhD (ETHOSPACE). Co-PIs: Leading Researcher - Head of Lab Dr. Gushin V.I., MD, PhD (IBMP); Vinokhodova A.G., PhD (IBMP)



Human factors and behavioral performance – exploration measures (HFBP-EM) in NEK.
Organization: NASA HRP, Brandon Vessey, PhD, США.
PI: Suzanne Bell, PhD (NASA HRP) Co-PIs: Pete Roma, PhD (NASA BHP Laboratory); Lauren Landon, PhD; Gloria Leon, PhD. Supervisor: Lauren Landon, PhD (NASA HRP).



Understanding and preventing crew member task entrainment.
Organization: NASA HRP, Brandon Vessey, PhD, США.
PI: Jeff Le Pine, PhD. Co-PIs: Ned Wellman, PhD. Supervisor: Daniel Newton, PhD.



Facilitating the synergistic side of cultural diversity in LDSE: Identification of challenges and development of cultural training.
Organization: NASA HRP, Brandon Vessey, PhD, США.
PI: Shawn Burke, PhD. Co-PI: Eduardo Salas, PhD (William Marsh Rice University, Department of Psychological Sciences). Supervisor: Eduardo Salas.



Team task switching in astronaut crews: integrating multi-team membership, multi-team systems, multitasking and multidimensional networks to monitor and enable functional work shifts in astronaut crews.
Organization: NASA HRP, Brandon Vessey, PhD, США.
PI: Leslie DeChurch, PhD. Co-PIs: Noshir Contractor, PhD (Northwestern University); Jessica Mesmer-Magnus, PhD; Alina Lungeanu, PhD. Supervisor: Savinkina A.O. (IBMP).



Key components of successful autonomous space missions.
Organization: NASA HRP, США.
Научный руководитель: Ute Fischer, Ph.D. Соисполнители: Kathleen Mosier, PhD. Куратор: Bryan Caldwell, PhD.
PI: Ute Fischer, Ph.D. Co-PI: Kathleen Mosier, PhD. Supervisor: Bryan Caldwell, PhD.



HRP Standard Measures in NEK.
Organization: NASA HRP, США.
PI: Gilles R. Clement, PhD. Co-PI: Pete Roma, PhD (KBR).



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Study of the state of the food status and digestive system.
Organization: ГНЦ РФ – ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Scientific Leader: Leading Researcher Afonin B.V., MD, PhD (IBMP). Principle Investigator: Senior Researcher Valuyev V.A, MD, PhD (IBMP)..



Study of the state of bone system in volunteers exposed to isolation conditions in hermetically closed environment (8 months).
Organization: ГНЦ РФ-ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Scientific Leader: Leading Researcher – Head of Group Vasilyeva G.Yu., MD, PhD (IBMP). Principle Investigator: Junior Researcher Gordienko K.V. (IBMP). Co-PIs: Leading Researcher – Head of Lab Larina I.M., MD, PhD; Leading Researcher Pastushkova L.Kh., MD, PhD; Leading Researcher Rykova M.P., MD, PhD (IBMP).



Effect of sleep deprivation, fragmentation and restriction on autonomous nervous system parameters and performance.
Organization: Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Interdisciplinary Center of Sleep Medicine, Department of Cardiology and Angiology, Германия.
Scientific Leader: Ingo Fietze, Prof. Dr.med.; Thomas Penzel, Prof. Dr.rer.physiol (Interdisciplinary Center of Sleep Medicine, Charite Medical Clinic). Co-PIs: Leading Researcher – Head of Lab Suvorov A.V., MD, PhD; Researcher Demin A.V. (IBMP). Supervisor: Naima Laharnar, Dipl.-Psych.



Study of the effect of 8-month isolation with controlled environmental conditions on the change of the Kerdo vegetative index of in humans during the night sleep.
Organization: ГНЦ РФ – ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Scientific Leader: Leading Researcher – Head of Lab Suvorov A.V., MD, PhD. Principle Investigator: Researcher Demin A.V. (IBMP).



Parameters of external respiration and strength of respiratory muscles in conditions of long-term isolation.
Organization: ГНЦ РФ – ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Scientific Leader: Leading Researcher – Head of Lab Suvorov A.V., MD, PhD (IBMP). Principle Investigator: Junior Researcher Zaripov R.N. (IBMP).



Acoustical study of pulmonary ventilation during long-term isolation.
Organization: ГНЦ РФ – ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Scientific Leader: Leading Researcher Dyachenko A.I., PhD (IBMP). Principle Investigator: Researcher Mikhailovskaya A.N. (IBMP).



The study of the microcirculation via laser Doppler flowmetry under the influence of the tilt-test and isolation.
Organization: ГНЦ РФ – ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Scientific Leader: Leading Researcher – Head of Lab Suvorov A.V., MD, PhD (IBMP). Principle Investigator: Senior Researcher Fedorovich A.A., PhD (IBMP). Co-PI: Junior Researcher Pamova A.P. (IBMP). Supervisor: Leading Researcher Popova Yu., PhD (IBMP).



Study of the influence of isolation conditions and various types of training loads on the cardiopulmonary system at rest and in the performance of physical work and the level of physical work capacity .
Organization: ГНЦ РФ – ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Scientific Leader: Leading Researcher – Head of Lab Suvorov A.V., MD, PhD (IBMP). Principle Investigator: Junior Researcher Ruzhichko I.A. (IBMP).



Blood gases and acid-base balance in healthy humans under chronic exposure to moderately elevated CO2 in the rest and at the physical load under conditions of prolonged stay in a moderately hypercapnic environment.
Organization: ГНЦ РФ – ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Scientific Leader: Leading Researcher – Head of Lab Suvorov A.V., MD, PhD (IBMP). Principle Investigator: Leading Researcher Popova Yu., PhD (IBMP).



Analysis of the dynamics of human performance in conditions of a reduced physical activity as a result of the impact of various training regimes with the purpose of constructing a mathematical model of the training process.
Organization: ГНЦ РФ – ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Scientific Leader and Principle Investigator: Leading Researcher – Head of Lab Fomina E.V., PhD (IBMP). Co-PIs: Dr. Uwe Hoffmann (German Sport University, Cologne Institute of Physiology and Anatomy). Supervisor from IBMP: Leader and Principle Investigator: Leading Researcher – Head of Lab Fomina E.V., PhD.



Study of the expression of circadian rhythm regulation genes in subjects exposed to isolation in a hermetically closed environment (8 months).
Organization: ГНЦ РФ – ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Scientific Leader: Leading Researcher – Head of Group Vasilyeva G.Yu., MD, PhD (IBMP). Principle Investigator: Junior Researcher Afanasyeva D.P. (IBMP).



Study of the functional state of the human’s operation visual system in conditions of 8 months of isolation with artificial LED lighting.
Organization: НИИ глазных болезней им. Гельмгольца, России.
Scientific Leader: Academician, Director of the Helmholtz Research Institute of Eye Diseases of the Russian Ministry of Health Prof. Neroyev V.V., MD, PhD. Principle Investigators: Head of Department Prof. Zueva M.V. (Helmholtz Research Institute of Eye Diseases); Leading Researcher – Head of Group Manko O.M., MD, PhD (IBMP). Supervisor: Leading Researcher Smoleevskiy A.Ye., PhD (IBMP).



Assessment of LED ambient lighting on the human visual functions in isolation.
Organization: ГНЦ РФ – ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Scientific Leaders: Leading Researcher – Head of Group Manko O.M., MD, PhD (IBMP); Senior Researcher Prof. Rozhkova G.I., PhD (IITP RAS). Principle Investigators: Senior Researcher Gratcheva M.A., PhD (IITP RAS); Researcher Belokopytov A.V. (IITP RAS). Co-PIs: Kharkevih’s IITP RAS. Supervisor: Senior Researcher Smoleevskiy A.Ye., PhD (IBMP).



The study of eye refraction in conditions of 8 months of natural light deprivation.
Organization: ГНЦ РФ – ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Scientific Leader: Leading Researcher – Head of Group Manko O.M., MD, PhD (IBMP). Principle Investigator: Senior Researcher Smoleevskiy A.Ye., PhD (IBMP). Co-PI: Researcher, Physician Danilichev S.N. (GCTC). .



Monitoring of the impact of the electromagnetic background of the environment on humans in isolation and shielding structures of premises.
Organization: ГНЦ РФ – ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Scientific Leader: Head of Lab Tsetlin V.V., PhD (IBMP). Principle Investigator: Leading Researcher Stepanova G.P. (IBMP). Co-PIs: Research Center for Biomedical Problems of Human Adaptation in the Arctic Federal State Budgetary Institution of Federal Research Center “Kola Scientific Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences“,Natalya Belisheva, Chief Researcher, Doctor of Biological Sciences, corresponding member of MANEB. Supervisor: Head of Lab Ponomarev S.A., PhD (IBMP).



A personalized assessment of a human’s adaptive capabilities in conditions of prolonged isolation based on the results of individual prenosological monitoring.
Organization: ГНЦ РФ – ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Scientific Leader: Senior Researcher Chernikova A.G., PhD (IBMP). Chernikova A.G. Principle Investigator: Lab Assistant Yakhya Yu.D(IBMP).



Study of lipid peroxidation biomarkers in breath gas of healthy human during physiological adaptation to conditions of isolation, with biological-technical testing of analytical instruments for monitoring of biomarkers and environmental air at the conditions of space flight..
Organization: ГНЦ РФ – ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Scientific Leader: Leading Researcher – Head of Lab Moukhamedieva L.N., MD, PhD (IBMP). Principle Investigator: Senior Researcher Tsarkov D.S. (IBMP).



Impact of long-term isolation on the interaction between executive functions, prefrontal brain activity and cardiorespiratory regulation during physical exercise.
Organization: German Sport University Cologne, Department Exercise Physiology, Германия.
PIs: Dr. Uwe Hoffmann, PhD (German Sport University Cologne); Dr. Fabian Steinberg, PhD (Institute of Sport Science, Department of Sportpsychology, Johannes Gutenberg-University Mainz). Co-PIs: Dr. Jessica Koschate, PhD (Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg); Dr. Elena Fomina, PhD (IBMP); Dr. Mathias Haeger, PhD (Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Institut für Arbeitsmedizin); Dr. Uwe Drescher, PhD (German Sport University Cologne, Department Exercise Physiology. Supervisor: Dr. Uwe Hoffmann, PhD.



Exposure to a Space Analog Environment on Cardiovascular variability and Cardio- postural Interactions.
Organization: German Sport University Cologne, Department Exercise Physiology, Германия.
Scientific Leader: Dr. Hanan Al Suwaidi MBBS, ABFM, MPH. Principle Investigator: Prof. Stefan du Plessis MSc, PhD, MBA. Co-PIs: Prof. Alavi Alsheikh-Ali BSc, MSc, MD, FACC (Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences College of Medicine); Gravitational Physiology and Medicine: Department of Space Flight and Aging Research, Medical University of Graz, Austria; Master of Science, Bachelor of Medicine Sciences, Ph.D., prof. Nandu Goswami; Master of Science, Bachelor of Biophysics Sciences, Ph.D., prof. Andrew Philip Blaber; Aerospace Physiology Laboratory, Simon Fraser University. Supervisor: Maria Makri, PhD, MBRU Research Office (Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences).



Bone loss and insulin resistance during a 8-months isolation period with a mixed exercise program: one step further towards Mars exploration.
Organization: The United Arab Emirates University, ОАЭ..
PI: Platat Carine, PhD. Supervisor: Jaleel Kizhakkayil, PhD.



The Impact of Isolation on Metabolic Biomarkers.
Organization: University of Lethbridge, Канада.
PI: Prof Dr Gerlinde Metz. Co-PIs: Tony Montina, MSc. Supervisor: Penny D’Agnone.



Delineating the effects of stress induced by confinement and isolation on circulatory and skeletal muscle function of crewmembers in 8-month analog mission (SIRIUS Project) measuring clinical, genomics, transcriptomic, and proteomics parameters..
Organization: University of Sharjah, College of Medicine, ОАЭ.
PI: Adel B Elmoselhi, MD, PhD. Co-PIs: Rizwan Qaisar, MBBS, PhD; Rifat Hamoudi, PhD, CEng (College of Medicine, University of Sharjah); Nandu Goswami, MBBS, Post Grad Dipl Sci, PhD (Medical University of Graz, Austria). Supervisor: Rizwan Qaisar, MBBS, PhD (University of Sharjah)..



Biomarkers as predictors of resiliency and susceptibility to stress in space flight.
Organization: NASA HRP, США.
PI: Namni Goel, PhD. Supervisor: Erika Yamazaki, BA, BS.



Food acceptability, menu fatigue, and aversion during long duration isolation mission in the NEK Analog.
Organization: NASA HRP, США.
PI: Grace Douglas, PhD (NASA). Co-PIs: Pete Roma, PhD (KBR); Millennia Young, PhD (NASA).



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Conditions of the Toll-like receptors system of the human innate immunity cells during the long-term isolation.
Organization: ГНЦ РФ - ИМБП РАН, Россия; NASA Johnson Space Center, США.
PIs: Head of Lab Ponomarev S.A. PhD MD (IBMP); Brian E. Crucian PhD MD (NASA Johnson Space Center).



The effect of 8-month isolation in a hermetic object on the phenotypic and functional characteristics of the immunity of volunteer testers under the influence of regular physical exertion, in the context of individual typological characteristics.
Organization: ГНЦ РФ - ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Scientific Leader: Head of Lab Ponomarev S.A. PhD MD (IBMP). Principle Investigators: Specialist Kalinin S.A., PhD; Specialist Kutko O.V. (IBMP).



Predictive diagnosis of problems in the body on the basis of changes in the characteristics of extracellular DNA; identification of genetic markers that determine high or low level of resistance to stress.
Organization: Медико-генетический научный центр имени (МГНЦ) академика Н.П. Бочкова, Россия.
Scientific Leader: Head of Lab Kostyuk S.V., PhD (Research Centre for Medical Genetics). Principle Investigator: Leading Researcher Yershova E.S., PhD (RCMG). Co-PIs: Umriukhin P.E., MD PhD (P. K. Anokhin Institute of Normal Physiology). Supervisor: Head of Lab Ponomarev S.A. PhD MD (IBMP).



Space simulation of lasting confinement effects on immune, microbiome and mood changes.
Organization: University Hospital Tübingen, Германия.
PI: Dr. Isabelle Mack, University Hospital Tübingen, Internal Medicine VI, Dept. of Psychosomatic Medicine and Psychotherapy. Co-PIs: Dr. Claude Lambert, Immunology Laboratory, Univ. Hospital, Plateau de biologie; Dr. Paul Enck,University Hospital Tübingen



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The study of human homeostatic reactions during 8-month isolation in a hermetic volume with simulation of planetary activity and under the influence of stress factors.
Organization: ГНЦ РФ - ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Scientific Leader: Leading Researcher – Head of Lab Markin A.A., MD PhD (IBMP). Principle Investigator: Leading Researcher Zhuravleva O.A., PhD (IBMP). Supervisor: Leading Researcher – Head of Lab Markin A.A., MD PhD (IBMP).



Human plasma hemostasis system in the experiment with 8-month isolation in a hermetically closed facility simulating a flight to the Moon and planetary activity.
Organization: ГНЦ РФ - ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Scientific Leader: Leading Researcher – Head of Lab Markin A.A., MD PhD (IBMP). Principle Investigator: Senior Researcher Kuzichkin D.S., PhD (IBMP). Supervisor: Leading Researcher – Head of Lab Markin A.A., MD PhD (IBMP). .



Studying the influence of typological features of the initial psychoneuroendocrine status, neurohormonal regulation of water-electrolyte homeostasis and metabolism, their dynamics and relationships on the choice of a strategy for adapting human body to conditions of long-term isolation in hermetic facilities and its implementation.
Organization: ГНЦ РФ - ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Scientific Leader: Leading Researcher Nichiporuk I.A., MD PhD (IBMP). Principle Investigator: Junior Researcher Chistokhodova S.A. (IBMP). Supervisor: Leading Researcher – Head of Lab Markin A.A., MD PhD (IBMP). .



Neurohormonal, metabolic and psychological aspects of the adaptation of human body to the conditions of 8-month isolation in a hermetically closed facility.
Organization: ГНЦ РФ - ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Scientific Leader: Leading Researcher Nichiporuk I.A., MD PhD (IBMP). Principle Investigator: Leading Researcher Zhuravleva O.A., PhD (IBMP). Supervisor: Leading Researcher – Head of Lab Markin A.A., MD PhD (IBMP).



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Continuation of work on the creation of algorithms for predicting the dynamics of the health status of crew members.
Organization: ГНЦ РФ - ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Scientific Leader: Leading Researcher – Head of Lab Perevedentsev O.V., PhD (IBMP). Principle Investigator: Researcher Chernogorov R.V. (IBMP). .



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Study of the characteristics of the operators’ microflora in the experiment with long-term isolation and means of prevention.
Organization: ГНЦ РФ - ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Scientific Leader/PI: Head of Department Vyacheslav K. Ilyin, MD/Professor (IBMP). Co-PIs: Researcher Anna V. Gegenava, PhD; Senior Researcher Zoya O. Solovieva, PhD; Junior Researcher Kirill A. Chief (IBMP); Serge Ameye (The Planet Mars Baking Society); Head of Lab Alexander N. Agureev, Ph.D (IBMP). Supervisor: Senior Researcher Nonna A. Usanova (IBMP). .



Research of biomedical, microbiological and technological aspects of using fermentation products in the conditions simulating expedition to the Moon.
Organization: НИИ Центр подготовки космонавтов им. Ю.А. Гагарина, Россия.
Scientific Leader/PI: Deputy Head of Division Kaspranskiy R.R., MD PhD (GCTC). Co-PIs: Prof. Gernet M.V. (V.M. Gorbatov’s Federal Scientific Center for Food Systems). Supervisor: Head of Department Vyacheslav K. Ilyin, MD/Professor (IBMP).



Aerosol Accumulation in the Atmosphere of Hermetic Inhabited Objects During Prolonged Isolation.
Organization: НИЦ Курчатовский институт, Россия.
Scientific Leader: P. Aleksandrov, D.Sc. (phisics), Director of Information Technologies Institute of NRC Kurchatov Institute. Principle Investigators: V. Kalechits, Ph D. (phisics), Chief of Aerosol Optical Instruments Laboratory of NRC Kurchatov Institute; A. Aleksandrova, D.Sc. (biology), Leading Researcher of the Department of Mycology and Algology at Biology Faculty at Moscow State University. Co-PIs: Biology Faculty at Moscow State University.



The impact of prolonged confinement and social isolation on the composition and the functional potential of the human gut microbiota.
Organization: Институт общей генетики им. Н.И. Вавилова, Россия.
Scientific Leader: Danilenko V.N., Head, Department of Genetic Foundations of Biotechnology, Prof. Doctor of Biological Sciences (IOGEN RAS). Principle Investigator: Senior Researcher Averina O.V., Ph.D (IOGEN RAS). Co-PIs: Head of Department Vyacheslav K. Ilyin, MD/Professor (IBMP); Chief Scientific Advisor, Head Boris Tsigankov, Ph.D. (Institute of Mental Health and Addiction). Supervisor: Vatlin A.A. .



Microbial diversity in SIRIUS-21: Survivors on novel antimicrobial two-component surfaces..
Organization: Beuth University of Applied Sciences Berlin, Faculty of Life Sciences and Technology, Германия.
Scientific Leader and PI: Grohmann, Elisabeth, Prof. Dr. Co-PI: Dr. Ralf Moeller (German Aerospace Center, Institute of Aerospace Medicine). Supervisor: Daniela Wischer, Dr.



OPERATIONAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL PROGRAM

Purpose of the Operational and Technical Program: «Approbation of the created means and methods of medical and biological support in the conditions of simulating a long-distance space flight».

The Operational and Technological Program includes the studies aimed at maintaining the health and performance of the crew, working out the methods and means of distance learning, monitoring sanitary and hygienic measures and activities and reproducing the necessary products in a space mission using the elements of biological life support systems and additive technologies.
Main objectives:
• to check the quality indicators and to work out the methods of using scientific and standard medical equipment to be operated on the ISS in the conditions of isolation in a hermetic object;
• to work out the technologies of remote training for the crew members using limited means of communication with the imitation of a long-duration interplanetary flight and assessment of the quality of the work performed;
• to create new methods for organizing work and evaluating its effectiveness, as well as helping the crew during long-term isolation and performing tasks in an altered gravitational environment during long-distance space flights;
• to work out technologies and find technological solutions for the tasks that will be required in the conditions of long-term social deprivation while performing long-duration space missions and surface activities;

There are 5 main areas of research in the Operational and Technological Program, according to which the experimental activities will be carried out.
Field of research Russian projects HRP NASA Total
Creation of new methods and technologies 4 0 4
Search or approval of technological solutions 2 0 2
Development of the technological process 3 5 8
Approval of device characteristics 1 0 1
Development of educational technologies and educational activities 7 3 10
Total 17 8 25
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Modeling of planetary extravehicular activity using virtual reality systems and lunar gravity simulation.
Organization: ГНЦ РФ - ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Scientific Leader: Leading Researcher – Head of the Laboratory Dr. Vadim Gushin, MD, PhD; Leading Researcher – Head of Laboratory, Head of Department Dr. Elena Tomilovskaya, PhD (IBMP). Principle Investigator: Senior Researcher Dr. Dmitry Shved, PhD (IBMP). Co-PI: Victor Chertopolokhov (Faculty of Cosmic Research, Lomonosov Moscow State University).



Studying the influence of a limited amount of resources (sanitary hygiene, food, clothing, water supply and medicines) of the crew on its behaviour and interaction with the MCC.
Organization: ГНЦ РФ - ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Научные руководители: к.б.н. Поддубко С.В., в.н.с.-зав.лаб. ГНЦ РФ - ИМБП РАН, д.м.н. Гущин В.И. Ответственный исполнитель: Савинкина А.М. Scientific Leader/PI: Leading Researcher - Deputy Head of Department Dr. Poddubko S.V., PhD; Leading Researcher – Head of the Laboratory Dr. Vadim Gushin, MD, PhD (IBMP). Principle Investigator: Savinkina A.M. Co-PI: OOO (LLC) «Skantech».



Psychological support for crews in conditions of high autonomy.
Organization: ГНЦ РФ - ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Scientific Leader: Senior Researcher Karpova O.I. Principle Investigators: Junior researcher Potapova K.V., Karapetyan A.S. Co-PI: Volosyuk Yu.A. (IBMP).



Assesment of the crewmembers' nutritional status in long-duration model experiments simulating an 8-month interplanetary mission.
Organization: Федеральное государственное бюджетное учреждение науки Федеральный исследовательский центр питания, биотехнологии и безопасности, Россия, Россия.
Scientific Leader/PI: Head of Clinical Diagnostic Center “Healthy and sports nutrition” Burlyaeva E. A., PhD (Federal Research Center of Nutrition and Biotechnology). Co-PI: Zainudinov Z.M., MD PhD Head Physician of the “Clinic of Therapeutic Nutrition” (Federal Research Center of Nutrition and Biotechnology).



Studies on formative 3D biofabrication of tissue constructs carried out by programmable self-assembly of living tissues and organ constructs in microgravity conditions using magnetic field.
Organization: Лаборатория биотехнологических исследований «3Д Биопринтинг Солюшенс», Россия.
Scientific Leader: Head of Research Vladimir A. Mironov, M.D., Ph.D. (Laboratory for Biotechnological Research of 3D Bioprinting Solutions). Principle Investigator: Yusef D. Khesuani, Cofounder, Managing partner of 3D Bioprinting Solutions». Co-PI: IBMP. Supervisor: Yusef D. Khesuani, Cofounder, Managing partner of 3D Bioprinting Solutions».



Реминерализирующее и очищающее воздействие на твердые ткани зубов двухкомпонентных комплексов линейки Remarsgel.
Организация-постановщик эксперимента: ООО «Дентал Спэйс Клиник», Россия.
Научный руководитель: Холодов С.А, Генеральный директор ООО «Дентал Спэйс Клиник». Ответственный исполнитель: к.м.н. Капитонов В.Ю.
Цель исследования: оценка реминерализующего и отбеливающего действия двухкомпонентных комплексов «Remarsgel» и «REMARS 2 WHITE» в условиях изоляции, при употреблении консервированных и сублимированных продуктов питания.
Ожидаемые результаты: в результате эксперемента оценивается упрощенный индекс гигиены полости рта Green-Vermillion OHI-S (Oral Hygiene Index- Simple), который наиболее часто используется при проведении эпидемиологических исследований. Преимуществами данной индексной системы являются: простота, экономия времени и достаточная объективность. После изоляции проводится повторное стоматологическое обследование с оценкой индекса OHI-S.



Апробация технологии голосового помощника для операционно-методического сопровождения деятельности экипажа в гермообъекте.
Организация-постановщик эксперимента: ООО «Виртуальные Ассистенты», Россия.
Научный руководитель: Ашманов С.И., генеральный директор ООО «Виртуальные Ассистенты».Ответственный исполнитель: руководитель проектов ООО «Виртуальные Ассистенты» Зубарев Е.С. Соисполнитель: г.н.с., Рулев Д.Н., отдела обеспечения космических экспериментов и математического моделирования, Центра «Целевое использование пилотируемых космических комплексов», к.ф.-м.н. ПАО "Ракетно-космическая корпорация "Энергия" имени С.П. Королёва. Куратор: к.м.н., с.н.с. Швед Д.М.
Цель исследования: апробация технологии интеллектуального голосового помощника для операционно-методического сопровождения деятельности экипажа в гермообъекте.
Ожидаемые результаты: предполагается, что члены экипажа будут взаимодействовать с голосовым помощником для получения пошаговых инструкций по выполнению методик, по оснащению гермокамер и логистике. Также предлагается ограниченное использование голосового помощника для получения иной информации.



Мониторинг потребления белья и одежды, их смены и санитарно-гигиенических мероприятий по обработке для условий пилотируемого космического полета.
Организация-постановщик эксперимента: ГНЦ РФ ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Научный руководитель, ответственный исполнитель: к.т.н. Шумилина И.В., начальник отдела международных научно-технических связей ГНЦ РФ ИМБП РАН.
Цель исследования: мониторинг потребления белья и одежды, их смены и санитарно-гигиенических мероприятий по обработке для условий пилотируемого космического полета.
Ожидаемые результаты: в результате эксперемента сводная информация поможет выявить наиболее аптимальное решение по носке, загрязнению и смене одежды, белья и по используемым средствам личной гигиены.



Акустический мониторинг.
Организация-постановщик эксперимента: NASA HRP, США.
Цель исследования: оценка реминерализующего и отбеливающего действия двухкомпонентных комплексов «Remarsgel» и «REMARS 2 WHITE» в условиях изоляции, при употреблении консервированных и сублимированных продуктов питания.
Ожидаемые результаты: использование акустических мониторов членами экипажа для записи уровней шума в каютах экипажа. В задачи экипажа входит настройка оборудования перед сном, завершение сеанса утром, загрузка данных и замена батарей.



Монтиринг световой среды.
Организация-постановщик эксперимента: NASA HRP, США.
Цель эксперемента: замер пораметров освещенности в различных модулях среды обитания НЭК.
Ожидаемые результаты: члены экипажа будут использовать портативные люксметры для регистрации условий освещенности в различных модулях среды обитания НЭК. В задачи экипажа входит сбор данных, загрузка данных и замена батарей.



Микробиологический мониторинг воздуха и поверхностей.
Организация-постановщик эксперимента: NASA HRP, США.
Цель исследования: забор и анализ проб воздуха на предмет роста бактерий и грибков в различных модулях НЭК.
Ожидаемые результаты: собранные данные в результате эксперемента необходимы для дальнейших исследований.



Анализ образцов лунных пород - Главбокс.
Организация-постановщик эксперимента: NASA HRP, США.
Цель исследования: отработать комплекс научных задач, которые потенциально могут быть выполнены во время длительной лунной миссии.
Ожидаемые результаты: члены экипажа проведут базовые геологические исследования, чтобы задокументировать характеристики каждого образца лунных парод. После завершения анализа, экипаж переместит образцы в контейнеры для длительного хранения и задокументирует их местонахождение.



Анализ данных.
Организация-постановщик эксперимента: NASA HRP, США.
Цель исследования: отработка навыков сбора и обработки информации включяя параметры систем обитания, траектории полета корабля, лунные или звездные данные.
Ожидаемые результаты: исследование будет включать анализ смоделированного потока данных от космического корабля или данных собранных во время миссии. Данные включают параметры систем обитания, траектории полета корабля, лунные или звездные данные.



Исследование влияния изменения регулируемых параметров световой среды на пороговые характеристики восприятия оператором визуальной информации в период проведения 8-ми месячного исследования с изоляцией по проекту SIRIUS.
Организация-постановщик эксперимента: Организация-постановщик эксперимента: ГНЦ РФ ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Научный руководитель: в.н.с-зав.лаб. ГНЦ РФ - ИМБП РАН, к.м.н. Агуреев А.Н. Ответственный исполнитель: н.с. лаб. Кутина И.В. Соисполнитель: к.т.н., ст.н.с. Гвоздев С.М. Генеральный директор ООО «Билайт-трейд», научный эксперт Проекта ООН по развитию энергоэффективного освещения в РФ, эксперт технического комитета по освещению при Росстандарте. Куратор: н.с. лаб. Кутина И.В.
Цель исследования: оценка порогового уровня восприятия визуальной информации испытателей, характеризуемого пространственно-частотной характеристикой органа зрения, в условиях воздействия искусственной световой среды, создаваемой светодиодными осветительными установками (светодиодные источники света) и RGB-W светильником местного освещения.
Ожидаемые результаты: исследование динамики психофизиологических параметров в условиях воздействия искусственной световой среды, создаваемой светодиодными осветительными установками с учетом изменения цветовых характеристик наблюдаемых объектов на экране монитора с использованием 4-х канальной «RGB and W» управляемой системы освещения для индивидуальной высокоточной регулировки световой среды по показателям психофизиологического состояния испытателя. Система управления «RGB and W» дает очень точную подстройку индивидуальной световой среды по цветности, что с высокой точностью может способствовать повышению работоспособности тестируемого. Результаты исследований автоматически записываются на компьютер с последующей обработкой.



Изучение в длительных наземных аналоговых экспериментах функциональных характеристик оранжерей для систем жизнеобеспечения и психологической поддержки космических экипажей окололунной станции и лунной базы.
Организация-постановщик эксперимента: ГНЦ РФ - ИМБП РАН, Россия.
Научный руководитель: д.б.н. зам. директора Сычев В.Н. Ответственный исполнитель: в.н.с. лаб. Левинских М.А. Соисполнитель – д.б.н., Гущин В.И, зав.лаб. Куратор (представитель) – к.т.н., в.н.с. лаб. Подольский И.Г.
Цель исследования: научно-техническое обоснование конструкции и функций различных типов оранжерей для систем жизнеобеспечения и психологической поддержки космических экипажей при реализации Лунной программы.
Ожидаемые результаты: определение динамики влияния психологической поддержки на КЭ, оранжерейных установок для систем жизнеобеспечения типа «Люминостат» и оранжереей «Лада».



Ровер.
Организация-постановщик эксперимента: NASA HRP, США.
Ожидаемые результаты: экипаж будет работать в командах по 2 человека на протяжении всей миссии, чтобы собрать, протестировать и перенастроить небольшое роботизированное устройство, разработанное условной командой робототехники средней школы. Для решения этой задачи можно использовать детали, изготовленные на 3D-принтере. Это исследование моделирует образовательную деятельность.



КубСат (CubeSat).
Организация-постановщик эксперимента: NASA HRP, США.
Цель исследования: забор и анализ проб воздуха на предмет роста бактерий и грибков в различных модулях НЭК.
Ожидаемые результаты: созданием и испытанием смоделированного спутника CubeSat. Сборка будет включать изготовление определенных деталей на 3D-принтере. Это исследование моделирует образовательную деятельность.



Идентификация лунного кратера.
Организация-постановщик эксперимента: NASA HRP, США.
Ожидаемые результаты: экипаж будет использовать электронную прокручиваемую карту лунных кратеров для имитации наблюдения за поверхностью Луны во время нахождения на лунной орбите и одновременного определения интересных мест и / или потенциальных мест посадки.



Динамические режимы управления ПКА.
Организация-постановщик эксперимента: ФГБУ «НИИ ЦПК имени Ю.А. Гагарина», Россия.
Ответственный исполнитель: Шуров А.И. Цель исследования: отработка технологий удаленного обучения космонавтов с использованием ограниченных средств связи с имитацией работы в длительном межпланетном перелете и оценка качества выполняемых работ.
Ожидаемые результаты: выполнение ручного причаливания и стыковки с орбитальной станцией.



Космическая робототехника.
Организация-постановщик эксперимента: ФГБУ «НИИ ЦПК имени Ю.А. Гагарина», Россия.
Ответственный исполнитель: Дикарев В.А. Цель исследования: отработка технологий удаленного обучения космонавтов с использованием ограниченных средств связи с имитацией работы в длительном межпланетном перелете и оценка качества выполняемых работ.
Ожидаемые результаты: использование робототехнических систем (РТС) для поддержания операторской деятельности экипажей при реализации перспективных пилотируемых космических программ.



Космическая биология и биотехнология.
Организация-постановщик эксперимента: ФГБУ «НИИ ЦПК имени Ю.А. Гагарина», Россия.
Ответственный исполнитель: Попова Е.В., Кутник И.В. Цель исследования: отработка технологий удаленного обучения космонавтов с использованием ограниченных средств связи с имитацией работы в длительном межпланетном перелете и оценка качества выполняемых работ.
Ожидаемые результаты: налаженная отработка действий, позволяющяя скоректировать планирование журналов ТЗ относительно времени, нагрузки на КЭ для проведения исследований при ограниченных средств связи с имитацией работы в длительном межпланетном перелете и оценка качества выполняемых работ.



Техническое обслуживание и ремонт компьютерной техники.
Организация-постановщик эксперимента: ФГБУ «НИИ ЦПК имени Ю.А. Гагарина», Россия.
Ответственный исполнитель: Беляев Н.А. Цель исследования: отработка технологий удаленного обучения космонавтов с использованием ограниченных средств связи с имитацией работы в длительном межпланетном перелете и оценка качества выполняемых работ.
Ожидаемые результаты: отработка технологий проведения технического обслуживания компьютерной техники и возможности её ремонта.



Отработка технологии взаимодействия экипажа с Землей при ремонте механических деталей на базе аддитивных технологий и 3D-прототипирования.
Организация-постановщик эксперимента: ФГБУ «НИИ ЦПК имени Ю.А. Гагарина», Россия.
Ответственный исполнитель: Ковригин С.Н. Цель исследования: отработка технологий удаленного обучения космонавтов с использованием ограниченных средств связи с имитацией работы в длительном межпланетном перелете и оценка качества выполняемых работ.
Ожидаемые результаты: при поломке некоторой механической детали (шарнира, ручки, крепления и др.) экипаж сообщает на Землю название детали (фото, децимальный номер и др.). Земля пересылает на корабль 3D-модель детали. Экипаж с помощью ноутбука и ПО Компас-3D на 3D-принтере печатает деталь.



Исследование способности членов экипажа выполнять операции по устранению нештатных ситуаций (НШС), связанные с восстановлением работоспособности (ремонтом) оборудования станции в условиях информационной изоляции.
Организация-постановщик эксперимента: ФГБУ «НИИ ЦПК имени Ю.А. Гагарина», Россия.
Ответственный исполнитель: Спирин Е.А. Цель исследования: отработка технологий удаленного обучения космонавтов с использованием ограниченных средств связи с имитацией работы в длительном межпланетном перелете и оценка качества выполняемых работ.
Ожидаемые результаты: получение экспериментальных данных о способности членов экипажа (персонально или в составе группы) выполнять операции по устранению нештатных ситуаций, связанных с восстановлением работоспособности (ремонтом) оборудования станции в условиях информационной изоляции. Выполнение операций по устранению НШС, связанных с восстановлением работоспособности (ремонтом) оборудования станции в условиях информационной изоляции с ограниченными ресурсными возможностями и демонстрация работоспособности оборудования (устранённых НШС).



Оценка использования интерактивных электронных технических руководств (ИЭТР) в ходе проведения космических экспериментов.
Организация-постановщик эксперимента: ООО «Центр тренажеростроения и подготовки персонала», ООО «Центр тренажеростроения», Россия.
Научный руководитель: генеральный директор, профессор Шукшунов В.Е. Ответственный исполнитель: заместитель генерального директора, профессор Потоцкий С.И. Соисполнители: в.н.с.-зав. лаб. ГНЦ РФ- ИМБП РАН Васильева Г.Ю., к.м.н., в.н.с. Попова Ю.А. ГНЦ РФ- ИМБП РАН.
Цель исследования: оценка использования мультимедийных руководств по сравнению с обычными бумажными документами.



PARTNERS
IBMP RAS and NASA HRP have a long and successful history of cooperation and joint research aimed to study how the human body would function in a space mission as well as to create prevention tools and technologies to protect the health of astronauts and cosmonauts. The SIRIUS project seeks to simulate long-term manned space missions in order to study the problems associated with human isolation and limitation of space. A key aspect of this joint work is cooperation with partner organizations with broad participation of specialists from Russia, the USA, Germany, France, Italy, Canada, the UAE and other countries.
Organizing institutions
[ИМБП РАН]
Институт медико-биологических проблем РАН
[HRP NASA]
Human Research Program NASA
Scientific Partners
[Роскосмос]
Госкорпорация по космической деятельности «Роскосмос»
[NASA]
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
[MBRSC]
Mohammed bin Rashid Space Centre (MBRSC)
[ESA]
European Space Agency
[DLR]
Deutsches Zentrum für Luft - und Raumfahrt e.V.
[CNES]
Centre National d'Études Spatiales
[РКК Энергия]
РКК «Энергия» им. С.П. Королёва
[KBRwyle]
KBR, Inc
[ЦПК им. Гагарина]
Центр подготовки космонавтов им. Ю.А. Гагарина
[Минобрнауки РФ]
Министерство науки и высшего образования РФ
[РАН]
Российская академия наук
[НАН Беларусь]
Национальная академия наук Беларуси
[ИКИ РАН]
Институт космических исследований РАН
[Павловский центр]
НЦМУ «Павловский центр»
[Shiseido]
Shiseido Company
[Charite]
Charite-Universitatsmedizin
[ISAE Supaero]
ISAE Supaero
[QED]
QED Group»
[ISS]
ISS - Institute of Space Science
[University of Tsukuba]
University of Tsukuba
[University of Lethbridge]
University of Lethbridge
[Planet Mars Baking Society]
The Planet Mars Baking Society
[Асгардия]
Космическое государство Асгардия
Partner
[Клиническая больница №1]
Клиническая больница №1 (Волынская) Управделами Президента РФ
[Динафорс]
НПО «Динафорс»
[Материа Медика Холдинг]
НПФ «Материа Медика Холдинг» (materiamedica.ru)
[Medisana]
Medisana RUS
[Олимпик Спорт]
«Олимпик Спорт»
[Bilight]
«Bilight
[Iridium Mobile]
«Iridium Mobile»
[ЕВРОТЕСТ]
«ЕВРОТЕСТ»
[Интерскол]
«Интерскол»
[SKY17]
«SKY17»
[Центр глазных болезней имени Гельмгольца]
НМИЦ глазных болезней им. Гельмгольца
[Институт проблем передачи информации]
Институт проблем передачи информации РАН
[НАВИКОМ]
«НАВИКОМ»
[Кант]
«Кант»
[SciVr]
Компания SciVr
[Ramel]
«Ramel»
[SigmaIngeneria]
«SigmaIngeneria
[Engy]
«Engy»
[Humanware]
«Humanware»
[Gigapiu]
«Gigapiu»
[PerDormire]
«PerDormire»
[Additati&Partners Consulting]
«Additati&Partners Consulting»
[Pillar 43]
«Pillar 43»
[ТД Дом СЛАЩЕВА]
«Торговый Дом СЛАЩЕВА»
[Аскон]
«Аскон»
[ЭЦ М-Конс-1]
Экспериментальный центр «М-Конс-1»
[МИУС]
МИУС
[МГУ им. М.В.Ломоносова]
Московский государственный университет им. М.В.Ломоносова
[БиоХимМак]
«БиоХимМак»
[Агрофирма 15 лет октября]
Агрофирма 15 лет октября
[Сад Гигант]
«Сад Гигант»
[ФНЦ им. И.В. Мичурина]
Федеральный научный центр им. И.В. Мичурина
[Мичуринск наука град]
Мичуринск наука град
[Космическое питание]
Группа Компаний «Космическое питание»
[Дентал Спейс Клиник]
«Дентал Спейс Клиник»
[Центр тренажеростроения и подготовки персонала]
Центр тренажеростроения и подготовки персонала
[ФИЦ питания и биотехнологии]
ФИЦ питания и биотехнологии
Information Partner
[Русский космос]
Журнал «Русский космос»
[Северо-Западная организация ФК России]
Северо-Западная межрегиональная общественная организация Федерации Космонавтики России
[Russia Today]
Сеть телеканалов Russia Today
[Россия сегодня]
МИА «Россия сегодня»
[Известия]
МИЦ «Известия»
[Российская газета]
Редакция «Российской газеты»
[Московский Комсомолец]
Редакция газеты «Московский Комсомолец»
[Комсомольская правда]
ИД «Комсомольская правда»
[Интернет-издание N + 1]
Интернет-издание N + 1
[Музей космонавтики]
Музей космонавтики
[Военно-медицинский музей]
Военно-медицинский музей
[Mars Society]
The Mars Society
Contact information
The Institute of Biomedical Problems (IBMP) was established in 1963 on the initiative of the academicians M.V. Keldysh and S.P. Korolev in order to conduct research and development work on biomedical support for manned space objects and fundamental research in the field of space biology and medicine. Since 1994, the Institute has had the status of a State Scientific Center of the Russian Federation (Rus. ГНЦ РФ), since 2001 it belongs to the system of scientific institutions under the Russian Academy of Sciences. The main purpose of the Institute's activities and its main function is to conduct fundamental and applied scientific research in the field of space medicine and biology, further improving the system of medical support for the crews of current and prospective space missions. In various years, the Institute was headed by academicians A.V. Lebedinsky, V.V. Parin, O.G. Gazenko, A.I. Grigoriev, I.B. Ushakov; currently, the Director is an Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Dr. O.I. Orlov.
Address: 123007, Khoroshevskoe shosse 76A, Moscow, Russian Federation
Tel.: +7 (499) 195-2363, +7 (499) 195-1573
Fax: +7 (499) 195-2253
E-mail: doc@imbp.ru Official website: www.imbp.ru
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