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

Time

Paper title

Mode

Presentation status

Speaker

Affiliation

Country

1

15:15

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

15

withdrawn

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

15:30

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

15

confirmed

Mr. Andreas Ampatzoglou

University of Patras

Greece

3

15:45

Design Status of the Delfi-Next Nanosatellite Project

15

confirmed

Mr. Jasper Bouwmeester

Delft University of Technology (TU Delft)

The Netherlands

4

16:00

Systems Engineering, Operations and Payload Interfacing in Cube-Sats

15

confirmed

Mr. Tom Stuttard

Astrium UK

United Kingdom

5

16:15

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

15

confirmed

Prof. Fernando Aguado Agelet

University of Vigo

Spain

6

16:30

Japan Canada Joint Collaboration Satellites - Design of Intersatellite Separation Mechanism

15

confirmed

Dr. Alfred Ng

Canadian Space Agency

Canada

7

16:45

PACE Nanosatellite preparing for launch

15

confirmed

Mr. Artur Scholz

National Cheng Kung University

Germany

8

17:00

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

15

confirmed

Prof. Masahiro Nohmi

Kagawa University

Japan

9

17:15

Low Cost Turnkey Missions Using The SENTRY Nanospacecraft Bus

15

confirmed

Mr. Jason Andrews

United States

10

17:30

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

15

confirmed

Mr. Saikat Gupta

SRM University, kattankulathur,chennai,INDIA

India

11

17:45

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

15

confirmed

Dr. Sabrina Corpino

Politecnico di Torino

Italy

12

18:00

Analysis of field programmable gate array alternatives for use in nanosatellites

15

confirmed

Mr. William do Nascimento Guareschi

Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul - UFRGS

Brazil