session 6B

Title

Design and Technology for Nano-Sats and Cube-Sats

Description

This session covers the design and technology required and developed for Nano/Cube Satellites (typical mass less than 10 kg) and nano/cube satellite systems. Real-life examples are particularly encouraged, both recently and shortly to be launched (next 3 years).

Date

2010-09-30

Time

15:15

Room

Club H

IPC members
papers

Order

Presentation status

Mode

Paper title

Speaker

Affiliation

Country

1

withdrawn

15

Alternatives to reduce the power consumption in FPGA implementations applied in nanosatellites

Mr. Lucas Antunes Tambara

Southern Regional Space Research Center - CRS/CCR/INPE - MCT in collaboration with the Space Science Laboratory of Santa Maria - LACESM/CT - UFSM

Brazil

2

confirmed

15

design and analysis of a full composite structure for the 1st greek cube-sat by the university of patras (upsat))

Mr. Andreas Ampatzoglou

University of Patras

Greece

3

confirmed

15

Design Status of the Delfi-Next Nanosatellite Project

Mr. Jasper Bouwmeester

Delft University of Technology (TU Delft)

The Netherlands

4

confirmed

15

Systems Engineering, Operations and Payload Interfacing in Cube-Sats

Mr. Tom Stuttard

Astrium UK

United Kingdom

5

confirmed

15

HUMSAT: HUManitarian SATellite Constellation: a nanosatellite constellation for climate change monitoring and humanitarian initiatives.

Prof. Fernando Aguado Agelet

University of Vigo

Spain

6

confirmed

15

Japan Canada Joint Collaboration Satellites - Design of Intersatellite Separation Mechanism

Dr. Alfred Ng

Canadian Space Agency

Canada

7

confirmed

15

PACE Nanosatellite preparing for launch

Mr. Artur Scholz

National Cheng Kung University

Germany

8

confirmed

15

Mission Design for Pico-Satellite “Space Tethered Autonomous Robotic Satellite II”

Prof. Masahiro Nohmi

Kagawa University

Japan

9

confirmed

15

Low Cost Turnkey Missions Using The SENTRY Nanospacecraft Bus

Mr. Jason Andrews

United States

10

confirmed

15

a single microcontroller based on-board computer design for a nano satellite

Mr. Saikat Gupta

SRM University, kattankulathur,chennai,INDIA

India

11

confirmed

15

Cubesats development at Politecnico di Torino: the e-st@r program

Dr. Sabrina Corpino

Politecnico di Torino

Italy

12

confirmed

15

Analysis of field programmable gate array alternatives for use in nanosatellites

Mr. William do Nascimento Guareschi

Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul - UFRGS

Brazil