Community efforts to standardize space systems, train engineers, and develop scientists in small satellite technology

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2013
Wednesday, August 14th
4:00 PM

The Long-Threatened Flood of University-Class Spacecraft (and CubeSats) Has Come: Analyzing the Numbers

Michael Swartwout, Saint Louis University

4:00 PM

4:15 PM

Navigating Export Controls and Regulations for Small Satellites

Curt Blake, Spaceflight, Inc.

4:15 PM

4:30 PM

European Student Earth Orbiter: ESA’s educational Microsatellite Program

Davide Bruzzi, ALMASpace r.l.
Paolo Tortora, University of Bologna
Fabrizio Giulietti, University of Bologna
Piero Galeone, European Space Agency

4:30 PM

4:45 PM

Testing using Combined Environments to Reduce Payload Mass, Cost and Mission Risk

Jin Kang, U.S. Naval Academy
Frank Arute, Drexel University
David Yoel, American Aerospace Advisors, Inc.
John Littlefield, American Aerospace Advisors, Inc.
Thomas Harris, Valley Forge Scientific, LLC

4:45 PM

5:00 PM

KickSat: A Crowd-Funded Mission to Demonstrate the World’s Smallest Spacecraft

Zachary Manchester, Cornell University
Mason Peck, Cornell University
Andrew Filo, 4Special Projects

5:00 PM

5:15 PM

Applying University Small Satellite Program Lessons to a Career in the Aerospace Industry

Tricia Hevers, The Boeing Company
Erik Daehler, The Boeing Company
Mason Peck, Cornell University

5:15 PM