Seboldt, W. 2009, "Sustainable Energy Supply on Earth – Can Space Contribute?" In Schrogl (ed) and al, Threats, Risks and Sustainability – Answers by Space, European Space Policy Institute ESPI, Studies in Space Policy, Vol. 2, pp. 186-202, SpringerWienNewYork.
Seboldt, W, Dachwald, B. 2008, Solar Sails – Propellantless Propulsion for Near-and Medium-Term Deep-Space Missions. In Bruno, C, Accettura, A (eds.), Advanced Propulsion Systems and Technologies, Today to 2020, Vol. 223, Progress in Astronautics and Aeronautics, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Inc., Reston, Virginia, USA, pp427-452.
Seboldt, W, and al. 2008, The Role of Europe in Space Exploration. Report of the Exploration Working Group of the Air and Space Academy’s Space Commission, Dossier 30, Air and Space Academy, Toulouse, France.
Seboldt, W, and al. 2008, "Main Belt Asteroid Sample Return Mission Using Solar Electric Propulsion", Acta Astronautica, Vol. 63, pp91-101.
Schmidt, T D, Seboldt, W, Auweter-Kurtz, M. 2006, "Flexible Piloted Mars Missions Using Continuous Electric Propulsion", Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, Vol 43, No 6, pp1231-1238.
Seboldt, W., and al. 2006, "HUMEX - a Study on the Survivability and Adaptation of Humans to Long-Duration Exploratory Missions, Part II: Missions to Mars", Advances in Space Research, Vol. 38, pp752-759
Dachwald, B, Seboldt, W. 2005, "Multiple Near–Earth Asteroid Rendezvous and Sample Return Using First Generation Solar Sailcraft", Acta Astronautica, Vol 57 (11), pp864-875.
Seboldt, W. 2004, "Space and Earth Based Solar Power for the Growing Energy Needs of Future Generations", Acta Astronautica, Vol 55/3-9, pp389-399.
Papers presented at conferences, symposia
Seboldt, W, and al. 2010, Analysis of Outer Planets and Deep Space Missions Using Solar-Electric Propulsion. Proceedings of the Space Propulsion 2010 Conference, San Sebastian, Spain, May 3-6, 7p.
Seboldt, W, and al. 2009, InterplanetaryTrajectory Optimization for a SEP Mission to Saturn. 60th Congress of the IAF, Daejeon, Republic of Korea, Oct. 12 - 16, IAC-09-C1.11.2, 15p.
Derz, U, Seboldt, W. 2009, Mars Sample Return Mission Architectures Utilizing Low Thrust Propulsion. 60th Congress of the IAF, Daejeon, Republic of Korea, Oct. 12 - 16, IAC-09.A3.3B.6, 11p.
Seboldt, W, and al. 2009, Mission Design for a SEP Mission to Saturn. 60th Congress of the IAF, Daejeon, Republic of Korea, Oct. 12 - 16, IAC-09.C4.8.7, 11p.
Derz, U, Seboldt, W. 2009, Trajectory and System Design of an Electrically Propelled Orbiter for a Mars Sample Return Mission. In: Proceedings of the 21st International Symposium on Space Flight Dynamics, Toulouse, France, Sept 28 - Oct 2, 15p.
Seboldt, W. 2008, Design of a SEP-Spacecraft for Deep Space Missions with Very Large ΔV-Requirements. 5th International Space Propulsion Conference, Kreta (Heraklion), Greece, 10p.
Dachwald, B, Seboldt, W, Lämmerzahl, C. 2008, Solar Sail Propulsion: An Enabling Technology for Fundamental Physics Missions. Proc. of the 359th Heraeus-Seminar on “Lasers, Clocks, and Drag-Free: New Technologies for Testing Relativistic Gravity in Space”. In: Lasers, Clocks and Drag-Free Control, Exploration of Relativistic Gravity in Space (ed. Dittus, Lämmerzahl and Turyshev), Springer, Astrophysics and Space Science Library, pp365-381.
Seboldt, W., and al. 2007, Lander Mission to Europa with Solar Electric Propulsion. In: Proceedings of the 7th Internat. Symposium on Launcher Technologies, Barcelona, Spain, Apr 2-5, 12p.
Seboldt, W., Dachwald, B. 2005, Solar Sails for Near- and Medium-Term Scientific Deep Space Missions. In: In-Space Propulsion (ed. L.T. De Luca et al., 10-IWCP book of proceedings of the Tenth International Workshop on Combustion and Propulsion, Lerici, La Spezia, Italy, 21-25 Sep 2003), Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy, Paper 31, 18p.