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2017
Tuesday, August 8th
9:45 AM

A "Green Cold-Gas" Propulsion System for Cubesats

John Lee, University of Arkansas
Po-Hao Huang, University of Arkansas

9:45 AM

A Clear Antenna on CubeSat for Big Data

Muhammadeziz Tursuniyaz, Utah State University
Ryan Martineau, Space Dynamics Laboratory
Reyhan Baktur, Utah State University
Charles Swenson, Utah State University
Serhat Altunc, NASA, Goddard Space Fight Center
Eleanya Onuma, NASA, Goddard Space Fight Center
Marta Shelton, Wallops Flight Facility
Harry Shaw, NASA, Goddard Space Fight Center

9:45 AM

A Compact Star-Field Sensor for the Los Alamos Designed 1.5U CubeSat System

Hannah Mohr, Los Alamos National Laboratory
James Wren, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Nicholas Dallmann, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Michael C. Proicou, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Jerry G. Delapp, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Kimberly K. Katko, Los Alamos National Laboratory
John P. Martinez, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Donathan J. Ortega, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Michael W. Rabin, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Daniel N. Seitz, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Paul S. Stein, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Justin L. Tripp, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Adam Warniment, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Robert M. Wheat

9:45 AM

A Comparative Analysis of All-Magnetic Attitude Control Techniques for Nanosatellites Sun Acquisition

Simon Debois, Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales
Frederick Viaud, Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales

9:45 AM

A Deep Space Radio Communications Link for CubeSats: The CU-E3 Communication Subsystem

John Sobtzak, University of Colorado
Elie Tianang, University of Colorado
Breana Branham, University of Colorado
Neeti Sonth, University of Colorado
Michael DeLuca, University of Colorado
Travis Moyer, University of Colorado
Scott Palo, University of Colorado

9:45 AM

A High-Power Articulated Solar Array for Lunar 6U CubeSats

Jerami Martin, Pumpkin, Inc.
William White, Pumpkin, Inc.
Andrew Kalman, Pumpkin, Inc.

9:45 AM

A Low Cost Inflatable CubeSat Drag Brake Utilizing Sublimation

Adam Horn, Old Dominion University

9:45 AM

A Novel Architecture for Reconfigurable Payload Suitable for Small Satellites

RV Siva Krishna Addagattu, Madanapalle Institute of Technology & Science
Potula Sree Brahmanandam, Sri Vishnu College of Engineering For Women
Sharan Asundi, Tuskegee University, Tuskegee
Roopa Kothapalli Matchwell, Technologies Limited, Visakhapatnam

9:45 AM

Advancing 'NIST on a Chip' Technologies for Small Satellite Applications

Michelle Stephens, National Institute of Science and Technology
Nathan Tomlin, National Institute of Science and Technology
Chris Yung, National Institute of Science and Technology
John Lehman, National Institute of Science and Technology
Malcolm White, National Institute of Science and Technology
David Harber, LASP
Ginger Drake, LASP
Greg Kopp, LASP

9:45 AM

Advantages of Silicon Carbide Telescopes for Small Satellite Imaging Applications

Keith Kasunic, Aperture Optical Sciences
Dave Aikens, Aperture Optical Sciences
Dean Szwabowski, Aperture Optical Sciences
Chip Ragan, Aperture Optical Sciences
Flemming Tinker, Aperture Optical Sciences

9:45 AM

Agile Aerospace: Fast Design Iterations and Quick Deployment into Space

Michael Soulage, Planet, Inc.
Chester Gillmore, Planet, Inc.
Jacob Stern, Planet, Inc.
Rupesh Gandupalli, Planet, Inc.
Alexander Wen, Planet, Inc.
Spencer Eggert, Planet, Inc.
Karthir Govindhasamy, Planet, Inc.

9:45 AM

AOCS Design, Simulation and Verification System

Tony Holt, In-Space Missions Limited
Doug Liddle, In-Space Missions Limited

9:45 AM

Attitude Control Simulator for the Small Satellite and Its Validation by On-orbit Data of QSAT-EOS

Masayuki Katayama, Mitsubishi Precision Company Limited
Yuta Suzaki, Mitsubishi Precision Company Limited
Shigeru Aso, Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Faculty of Engineering, Kyushuu University
Hiroshi Hirayama, Graduate School of Engineering Science, Akita University

9:45 AM

Big Data - Big Testing - Challenges and Novel Approaches for Testing Large Numbers of Small Satellites

Oliver Ruf, Zentrum fur Telematik
Stephan Busch, Zentrum fur Telematik
Klaus Schilling, University of Wurzburg

9:45 AM

Building an Affordable Helmholtz Magnetic Simulator for CubeSat Satellites

Matevz Bosnak, University of Ljubljana

9:45 AM

Building Modern Cross-Platform Flight Software for Small Satellites

Ryan Plauche, Kubos

9:45 AM

Cloud Mask Data Acquisition and Distribution Using Geosynchronous Communications Spacecraft

Jared Gill, SSL
Peter Greene, SSL

9:45 AM

COARSSS - Chain of Autonomous Remote Sensing Small Spacecraft

Dorin Patru, Rochester Institute of Technology
Mihail Barbosu, Rochester Institute of Technology

9:45 AM

CYGNSS Microsatellite-Specific Structural Packaging Challenges for Launch

Keith Smith, Southwest Research Institute

9:45 AM

Development and Characterization of the CubeSat High Impulse Propulsion System (CHIPS)

Neil Hejmanowski, CU Aerospace
Curtis Woodruff, CU Aerospace
David Carroll, CU Aerospace
Rodney Burton, University of Illinois
Cassandra Dickey, University of Illinois
Joe Cardin, VACCO Industries

9:45 AM

Development and Testing of Solar Panels for Small Space Applications at CNEA

Hernan Socolovsky, Departamento Energia Solar - Comision Nacional de Energia Atomica
Daniel Raggio, Departamento Energia Solar - Comision Nacional de Energia Atomica
Sebastian Munoz, Departamento Energia Solar - Comision Nacional de Energia Atomica
Claudio Bolzi, Departamento Energia Solar - Comision Nacional de Energia Atomica

9:45 AM

Differential Drag for Collision Avoidance

Brian Cooper, Astro Digital US, Inc.
Jan King, Astro Digital US, Inc.

9:45 AM

Eye-Sat: Astronomy, Technology and Education in a 3U CubeSat

Fabien Apper, ISAE - SUPAERO
Antonie Ressouche, ISAE - SUPAERO
Alain Gaboriaud, CNES
Nicolas Humeau, ISAE - SUPAERO

9:45 AM

Final Results of a Solid-State Cooling Mechanism for Cubesat Imaging Sensors

Graham Grable, Small Satellite Research Laboratory University of Georgia

9:45 AM

Illumination Model for the Lunar Flashlight CubeSat Mission

Jose Martinez-Camacho, California State Polytechnic University
Paul Hayne, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Christopher Paine, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
R. Glenn Sellar, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
David Paige, University of California, Los Angeles
William Huffman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Robert Granat, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Quentin Vinckier, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology

9:45 AM

Launch Inhibit Scheme Optimization

Jason Armstrong, TriSept Corporation

9:45 AM

Methods for Developing Reliable Hard - and Software for the Next Generation of Small Satellites

Martin Langer, Institute of Astronautics, Technical University of Munich
Florian Schummer, Institute of Astronautics, Technical University of Munich
Michael Weisgerber, Institute of Astronautics, Technical University of Munich
Kim Steinkirchner, Institute of Astronautics, Technical University of Munich
Nicolas Appel, Institute of Astronautics, Technical University of Munich
Sebastian Rueckerl, Institute of Astronautics, Technical University of Munich
Alexander Hoehn, Institute of Astronautics, Technical University of Munich
Ulrich Walter, Institute of Astronautics, Technical University of Munich

9:45 AM

Modern Collaboration Tools for Cost Effective Design of Small Satellites

Louise Lindblad, Valispace UG
Marco Witzmann, Valispace UG
Simon Bussche, Valispace UG

9:45 AM

OMAE: Oman Mars Aerial Explorer

Saleh Al Shidhani, Sultan Qaboos University

9:45 AM

Review of Atmosphere & Ionosphere Studies Through Analysis of Maneuvering Dynamics of Sounding Rockets and Database Analysis of Small Satellites

Lakshmipurapu Rupa Dhanasri, Sri Vishu College of Engineering for Women
Potula Sree Brahmanandam, Sri Vishu College of Engineering for Women
Uma G, Sri Vishu College of Engineering for Women

9:45 AM

RF Subsystems for LEO Nanosatellites Constellations

Clement Dudal, CNES
Romain Mathieu, CNES
Jean Luc Issler, CNES
Yves Richard, Syrlinks

9:45 AM

Separable Architecture for Fault Isolation and Recovery

Matthew Ruschmann, Emergent Space Technologies, Inc.
John McGreevy, Emergent Space Technologies, Inc.

9:45 AM

Small, Light, Powerful - Rad Hard Control Electronics for CubeSats

Kerry Frohling, Iris Technology Corporation

9:45 AM

Test Results and Mission Applications of a Thrust Vector Controlled Bi-Propellant Propulsion

Stefan Powell, Hyperion Technologies B.V.
Tobias Knop, Hyperion Technologies B.V.
Steven Engelen, Hyperion Technologies B.V.

9:45 AM

The INSPIRESat-1 FlatSat: Results and Lessons Learned From a U.S.-Taiwan-India Scientific CubeSat Collaboration

Loren Chang, National Central University
Jude Salinas, National Central University
Yi Duann, National Central University
Yi-Chung Chiu, National Central University
Shih-Chi Chiu, National Central University
Rung Tsai-Lin, National Central University
Chi-Kuang Chao, National Central University
Amal Chandran, University of Colorado

9:45 AM

Time-Series Measurements for Earth System Science

Anthony Freeman, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Randall Friedl, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology

9:45 AM

Wednesday, August 9th
12:00 AM

Update on Ka-band Small Spacecraft Communications via Relays and Direct to Ground

James Budinger, NASA Glenn Research Center

12:00 AM