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Meet us at SpaceOps 2018
2018-05-23

Together with all the SSC - Swedish Space Corporation - divisions, LSE Space and Aurora will be at Space Ops 2018 in Marseille, May 28th - June 1st . You will find us at the booth #65. Our engineers are looking forward to presenting their papers about many different space missions' engineering and science subjects. Don’t miss a chance to listen to them. Welcome!

SpaceOps-Marseille


Monday 28th May

11:00 AM - 1:30 PM
Open access presentation
ANALYSIS OF SLE STANDARD APPLIED TO SMALL SATELLITE OPERATIONS (Javier Pena; Petrus Hyvönen; Juan Alvarez)

Tuesday 29th May

11:30-12:00 AM
Ian Marsden
Human Factor and Knowledge Management in 24/7 Multi-Mission Satellite Operations (F. Stathopoulos; I.Marsden; A. Aring) 

Wednesday 30th May

10:30-11:00 AM
Luke Lucas
Machine Learning in Operations for the Mars Express Orbiter (Redouane Boumghar, Luke Lucas, Alessandro Donati)

11:00-11:30 AM
Daniel Feeney - DLR will present on his behalf
Ground Operations in Human Space Flight (D.F. Feeney; O. Peinado)

3:00-3:30 PM
Michelangelo Ambrosini
The Key Role and Advantages of GNSS Precise Relative Positioning in Spacecraft Formation Flying Missions Design. Analysis and Operations (M. Ambrosini)

5:00-5:30 PM
Bernhard Geiger
Long Term Planning for the ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter Mission: Opportunity Analysis and Observation Scheduling (Bernhard Geige; Claudio Muñoz Crego; Alejandro Cardesín Moinelo; David Frew; Miriam Aberasturi Vega; Mike Ashman; Juan José García Beteta; Michela Muñoz Fernández; Marc Costa Sitjà; Leo Metcalfe; Håkan Svedhem)

Thursday 31st May

11:30-12:00 AM
Sara Melloni
Scaling Galileo LEOP from Two Spacecraft to Four (Sara Melloni; Thomas Cowell; Danilo Liberatore; Federico Di Marco)

1:30-2:00 PM
Jonathan Schulster
Charting the Future. An offline data analysis and reporting toolkit to support automated decision-making in flight-operations (Jonathan Schulster, Ry Evill, Stephan Philips, Nico Feldmann, Julien Rogissari, Richard Dyer, Alessandro Argemandy)

1:30-2:00 PM
Nico Trebbin
Never change a running system? A renewal of the Columbus Monitoring and Control System (N. Trebbin; M. Geyer; A. Schroeder-Lanz; C. Stangl; A. Grunwald; M. Danne; U. Hohnhorst; S.Marz; D. Nicklaussen; G. Ohlendorf; F. Plassmeier)

2:30-3:00 PM
Fotios Stathopoulos
Adapting the Battery Model in the Mission Planning System of Ageing Satellites (F. Stathopoulos; C. Lenzen; F. Mrowka)

Friday 1st June

9:30-10:00 AM
Luke Lucas
Mars Express: Powering though eclipses- Thermal Strategies to Prolong Battery Life (Thomas Dressler, Luke Lucas, James Godfrey)

Marseille
Photo credits: Ville de Marseille

 

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