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2014
Tuesday, August 5th
8:00 AM

FalconSAT-7—A Deployable Solar Telescope

Michael Dearborn, United States Air Force Academy
Brooke Isch, United States Air Force Academy
Taylor Johnson, United States Air Force Academy
Angus MacDonald, United States Air Force Academy
Eric Peek, United States Air Force Academy
Christopher Lomanno, Air Force Institute of Technology
Christopher Sheffield, Air Force Institute of Technology
Eric Swenson, Air Force Institute of Technology

8:00 AM

8:15 AM

ALTAIR: Millennium’s DARPA SeeMe Satellite Solution Technical (R)evolution

Michael Scardera, Millennium Space Systems
Matt Baker, Millennium Space Systems
Reid Reynolds, Millennium Space Systems
Shalini Reddy, Millennium Space Systems
Kevin Kellogg, Millennium Space Systems
Michael Mahoney, Millennium Space Systems
Paul Silversmith, Millennium Space Systems
Natalie Rodriguez, Millennium Space Systems
Peter Dohm, Millennium Space Systems

8:15 AM

8:30 AM

CSP: A Multifaceted Hybrid Architecture for Space Computing

Dylan Rudolph, University of Florida
Christopher Wilson, University of Florida
Jacob Stewart, University of Florida
Patrick Gauvin, University of Florida
Alan George, University of Florida
Herman Lam, University of Florida
Gary Crum, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Mike Wirthlin, Brigham Young University
Alex Wilson, Brigham Young University
Aaron Stoddard, Brigham Young University

8:30 AM

8:45 AM

Small Spinning Landers for Solar System Exploration Missions

Rex Ridenoure, Ecliptic Enterprises Corporation
Joe Cardin, VACCO Industries, Inc.
Chris Day, VACCO Industries, Inc.

8:45 AM

9:00 AM

Design and Testing of a Low-Cost MEMS IMU Cluster for SmallSat Applications

Daniel Greenheck, Marquette University
Robert Bishop, Marquette University
Eric Jonardi, Marquette University
John Christian, West Virginia University

9:00 AM

9:15 AM

Design Considerations for Miniaturized Control Moment Gyroscopes for Rapid Retargeting and Precision Pointing of Small Satellites

Kunal Patankar, University of Florida
Norman Fitz-Coy, University of Florida
Carlos Roithmayr, NASA Langley Research Center

9:15 AM

9:30 AM

Enabling Technologies for Entrepreneurial Opportunities in 3D printing of SmallSats

Andrew Kwas, Northrop Grumman Technical Services
Eric MacDonald, University of Texas at El Paso
Dan Muse, University of Texas at El Paso
Ryan Wicker, University of Texas at El Paso
Craig Kief, COSMIAC
Jim Aarestad, COSMIAC
Mike Zemba, NASA Glenn Research Center
Bill Marshall, NASA Glenn Research Center
Carol Tolbert, NASA Glenn Research Center
Brett Connor, Youngstown State University

9:30 AM

9:45 AM

SULFRO: a Swarm of Nano-/Micro-Satellite at SE L2 for Space Ultra-Low Frequency Radio Observatory

Shufan Wu, Chinese Academy of Science
Wen Chen, Chinese Academy of Science
Yonghe Zhang, Chinese Academy of Science
Willem Baan, Chinese Academy of Science
Tao An, Chinese Academy of Science

9:45 AM

10:00 AM

Digitally Intensive Precision Ranging Subsystem of the Lunar Atmospheric and DustEnvironment Explorer’s Transponder

Bert Vermeire, Space Micro, Inc.
Josh Patin, Space Micro, Inc.
Cameron Alakija, Space Micro, Inc.
Mark Allard, NASA Ames Research Center

10:00 AM