Recent and planned educational small satellite programs that train a new generation of engineers while benefiting the small satellite community.

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2009
Thursday, August 13th
10:45 AM

ROBUSTA, a Student Satellite to Serve the Radiation Effects Community

S. Perez, Institut d'Electronique du Sud,
S. Jarrix, Institut d'Electronique du Sud,
N.J-H. Roche, Institut d'Electronique du Sud,
J. Boch, Institut d'Electronique du Sud,
J-R. Vaillé, Institut d'Electronique du Sud,
A. Pénarier, Institut d'Electronique du Sud,
M. Saleman, Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales
L. Dusseau, Institut d'Electronique du Sud

10:45 AM

11:00 AM

Army Space Education: Closing the Gap with Operational Space

Thomas Pugsley, United States Military Academy

11:00 AM

11:15 AM

The Promise of Innovation from University Space Systems: Are We Meeting It?

Michael Swartwout, St. Louis University

11:15 AM

11:30 AM

The Naval Postgraduate School SCAT++ CubeSat Program

Christopher Ortiona, Naval Postgraduate School
Robert Jenkins, Naval Postgraduate School
Christopher Malone, Naval Postgraduate School
Lawrence Dorn, Naval Postgraduate School
Matthew Schroer, Naval Postgraduate School
Alexander Schulenburg, Naval Postgraduate School
Paul Oppenheimer, Naval Postgraduate School
William Crane, Naval Postgraduate School
Daniel Sakoda, Naval Postgraduate School
Marcello Romano, Naval Postgraduate School
Rudolf Panholzer, Naval Postgraduate School
James Newman, Naval Postgraduate School

11:30 AM

11:45 AM

TJ3Sat – The First Satellite Developed and Operated by High School Students

Carlos Niederstrasser, Orbital Sciences Corporation
Alishan Hassan, Thomas Jefferson High School for ScienceTechnology
Jake Hermle, Thomas Jefferson High School for ScienceTechnology
Adam Kemp, Thomas Jefferson High School for ScienceTechnology
Alexander McGlothlin, Thomas Jefferson High School for ScienceTechnology
Devan Samant, Thomas Jefferson High School for ScienceTechnology
Joel Stein, Thomas Jefferson High School for ScienceTechnology

11:45 AM

12:00 PM

Kentucky Space: A Multi-University Small Satellite Enterprise

Daniel Erb, University of Kentucky
Twyman Clements, University of Kentucky
Benjamin Malphrus, Morehead State University
James Lumpp, University of Kentucky

12:00 PM

12:15 PM

Big Potential for Small-Satellite Students

Wayne Shiroma, University of Hawaii
Justin Akagi, University of Hawaii
Byron Wolfe, University of Hawaii
Jason Akagi, University of Hawaii
Zachary Lee-Ho, University of Hawaii
Aaron Ohta, University of Hawaii

12:15 PM

12:30 PM

Lessons Learned from the First Swiss Pico-Satellite: SwissCube

Muriel Noca, Space Center EPFL
Fabien Jordan, Space Center EPFL
Nicolas Steiner, Space Center EPFL
Ted Choueiri, Space Center EPFL
Florian George, Space Center EPFL
Guillaume Roethlisberger, Space Center EPFL
Noémy Scheidegger, Space Center EPFL
Hervé Peter-Contesse, Space Center EPFL
Maurice Borgeaud, Space Center EPFL
Renato Krpoun, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)
Herbert Shea, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)

12:30 PM

12:45 PM

The Oculus: A Nanosatellite for Space Situational Awareness

Lyon King, Michigan Technological University
Philip Hohnstadt, Michigan Technological University
Jeffrey Katalenich, Michigan Technological University
Peter Radecki, Michigan Technological University
Thomas Venturino, Michigan Technological University

12:45 PM

1:00 PM

From the Delfi-C3 nano-satellite towards the Delfi-n3Xt nano-satellite

G.F. Brouwer, Delft University of Technology
J. Bouwmeester, Delft University of Technology

1:00 PM