Presentations of the United Nations/Brazil Symposium on Basic Space Technology

"Creating Novel Opportunities with Small Satellite Space Missions"

Natal, Brazil, 11 - 14 September 2018

Co-organized by the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs and the Government of Brazil

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Oral Presentations

Tuesday, 11 September 2018

Keynote Addresses
R&D and the plans with small sat missions - Ricardo Galvão, National Institute for Space Research (INPE)
The Scintillation Prediction Observation Research Task (SPORT) mission: An international science mission using a CubeSat - James Spann, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
Symposium Introduction
UNOOSA Promoting Peaceful Uses of Outer Space - Natercia Rodrigues, United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs
United Nations Basic Space Technology Initiative, Symposium Objectives and Programme Overview - Medeni Soysal, United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs
Overview of small satellites initiatives at the Brazilian Space Agency - Rodrigo Leonardi, Brazilian Space Agency
Session 1.1: Small Satellites and Capacity-Building in Basic Space Technology with a Focus on Latin America and the Caribbean
The Application of Small Satellites in Research and Teaching - Charles Swenson, Utah State University
Development of the Satellite Mission Libertad-2: A project for empowering the science and technology in Colombia and Latin America - Sergio Sánchez Sanjuán, Universidad Sergio Arboleda
Space Sector Activities in Bulgaria-Opportunities for R&D and Business activities through developing small satellite projects - Vesselin Vassilev, CASTRA
The Agile Development of the SPORT Spacecraft - Luis Eduardo Loures da Costa, Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica (ITA-DCTA)
Session 1.2: Small Satellites and Capacity-Building in Basic Space Technology with a Focus on Latin America and the Caribbean
APSCO SSS Project and Space Education for B&R Cooperations - Xinsheng Wang, School of Astronautics, Beihang University
Project IRAZU the first Central America Satellite, paving the way for the Space Industry in Costa Rica - Luis Monge Solano, Central America Society for Aeronautics and Space (ACAE)
İTÜ-SSDTL Contributions to National and International Space Technology Development and Capacity Building with CubeSat and CanSat - Alim Rüstem Aslan, Istanbul Technical University
Design and Implementation of Space Environment Simulator for CubeSat and PocketQubeSat - Eber Cayo, Universidad Católica San Pablo
Overview of the AeroCube Program and Applicability to Basic Space Technology Capacity Building - Kathryn Fricks, The Aerospace Corporation
Microsatellite μSAT-3 Development - Luis Murgio, Dirección General de Investigación y Desarrollo de Fuerza Aérea Argentina


Wednesday, 12 September 2018

Session 1.3: Small Satellites and Capacity-Building in Basic Space Technology with a Focus on Latin America and the Caribbean
AztechSat-1, an educational model for space systems development - Carlos Duarte Muñoz, Agencia Espacial Mexicana
FACT, A Project for SmallSat building capacity - Kamel Besbes, Centre for Research on Microelectronics and Nanotechnology
Examples and Lessons Learned From The BST Capacity Building Program - Abdul M. Ismail, Berlin Space Technologies
The SUCHAI missions: scientific and technology motivations - Marcos Diaz, University of Chile
Opportunities and challenges to apply small satellites and other space technology in support of the Sustainable Development Goals - Danielle Wood, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Panel Discussion: Best Practices, Lessons Learned and Challenges in Small Satellite Capacity-building

Nelson Schuch, Southern Regional Space Research Center - CRS/COCRE/INPE-MCTIC
Lucas Fonseca, GARATÉA Mission
Masa Nagasaki, Space BD Inc.
Abdul M. Ismail, Berlin Space Technologies
Session 2.1: Evolving Capabilities and Operational Applications of Small Satellite Missions
The Next Challenge :Pico-Satellite Formations - Klaus Schilling, University of Wuerzburg
Farm 4.0: Delivering Agriculture Solutions At The Intersection Satellite Big Data, Cloud Computing, Machine Learning And IoT Technology - Narayan Prasad Nagendra, SatSure
Lean Small Satellite Missions Require Lean Access to Space - Joseph Casas, NASA
Analysis of glacial volume change in snow-capped of Bolivia and Peru with the use of a small satellite - Natalia Indira Vargas Cuentas, Universidad de Ciencias y Humanidades
Session 2.2: Evolving Capabilities and Operational Applications of Small Satellite Missions
A Multinational CubeSat for Forest Monitoring - Luis Zea Gonzalez, Universidad del Valle de Guatemala
A 3U CubeSat for Earth Observation and Electric Propulsion Technology Demonstration - Paolo Gessini, University of Brasilia
The development and application of remote sensing microsatellite - Qin Yuan, Shenzhen Aerospace Dongfanghong HIT Satellite Ltd.
BrightSkies - Taking a Breath from Air Pollution - Marc Bernabeu, Innovative Solutions in Space B.V. (ISIS)
Art in Orbit: Solar Reflectance and Propulsion with Cubesats - Jose Garcia, Noosfera Projects

Thursday, 13 September 2018

Session 2.3: Evolving Capabilities and Operational Applications of Small Satellite Missions
LECX: a cubesat experiment to detect and locate X-ray cosmic explosions - Joao Braga, INPE
Mission Concept Review of an International Cooperative Space Project - A Mesoamerican CubeSat - Adolfo Chaves Jimenez, School of Electronics, Costa Rica Institute of Technology
Small satellites developed by Yuzhnoye SDO for scientific researches - Volodymyr Maslyey, Yuzhnoye State Design Office
State of the Art survey of European science and research space missions based on Small Satellites - Igor Alonso Portillo, GomSpace
Small Satellites Systems Engineering and Artificial Intelligence - Raghava Murthy Dantu, Vel Tech Rangarajan Dr Sagunthala R&D Institute of Science and Technology
Panel Discussion: Evolving Capabilities, Present and Future of Small Satellite Operational Applications
Klaus Schilling, University of Wuerzburg
Igor Alonso Portillo, GomSpace
Danielle Wood, MIT
Johan Erasmus, Innovative Solutions In Space B.V. (ISIS)
Danilo Miranda, Visiona Space Technology S.A.
Session 3.1: Legal and Regulatory Issues Related to Small Satellites
Small Satellites amount to Large Debris: Regulating the Surge in Small Satellites for a Sustainable Space Environment - Kiran Nair, McGill University, Faculty of Air and Space Law
Studying The Generation And Propagation Of Space Debris By Launching And Tracking Small Satellite Clusters - Marcelo Souza, INPE
Small Satellites: The Brazilian National Space Law and Policy Challenges - Ana Cristina Galhego Rosa, Dipteron UG
Frequency Registration for Small Satellites Workshop - Xiuqi Wang, ITU Radiocommunication Sector (ITU-R)
Session 3.2: Legal and Regulatory Issues Related to Small Satellites
Registration of Space Objects with the United Nations - Natercia Rodrigues, United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs
Remote Sensing And Aerial Photography: The Conflict In The Brazilian Legislation - Alvaro dos Santos, Advocacy-General of the Union in São José dos Campos - CJU-SJC
The Space Governance Of Small Satellites And The Sustainability Of Outer Space Activities - Tatiana Viana, Sapienza University of Rome
Small Satellites And Challenges Of International Law: Dialogues Between Public And Private - Inez Lopes Matos Carneiro de Farias,
University of Brasilia

Friday, 14 September 2018

Session 4: Evolution of a Local Data Collection System into an International Cubesat Constellation-based Environmental Data Collection Initiative
Fostering Environmental Data Collection with GOLDS Constellation - Fatima Mattiello-Francisco, INPE
CubeSat Payload for Environmental Data Collection - Jose Duarte, INPE
MCU Robust onboard computer for CubeSat applications - Silveira Jarbas, Federal University of Ceará
Using Samanaú Platform for environmental data collecting integrated to GOLDS - Moisés Souto, IFRN

 

Poster Presentations

11-14 September 2018

Poster Session 1.1
P01 - Precise 3 axis attitude control for SPORT cubesat - Carrara Valdemir, Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica (ITA-DCTA)
P02 - A Compact Model For Space Capacity Development - Busakwe Babudi, Space Advisory Company
P03 - Contributing to the engineering curriculum reform through the development of a nano-satellite program - Lopez Telgie Alejandro, University of Concepcion
P05 - On Board Software for Scientific Payloads on Nanosatellites - Camargo Lazaro, National Institute for Space Research (INPE)
P06 - Thermal Contact Resistance: A Possibility In Nanosat Protection - Marinho George, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte (UFRN)
P07 - Orbit Propagation And Decay In Cubesat's Implementing Rotational Attitude And Variations In Drag Coefficient - Bertachini de Almeida Prado Antonio Fernando, INPE
P08 - Microwave Remote Sensing from Small Satellite (MR3S) - Caballero Ada, Comisión Nacional de Actividades Espaciales (CONAE)
P09 - Bolivian Endeavours for Space Innovation - Heredia Rospilloso Miguel, Bolivian Space Agency
P10 - Software Testing Of An Autonomous Redundant Attitude Determination System For Cubesats - Martins Filho Luiz, Federal University of ABC (UFABC)
P11 - IAA Latin American CubeSat Workshop - Bezerra Eduardo, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC)
P12 - On-Board Computer System for Microsatellite µSAT-3 - Rodriguez Gonzalez Santiago, Centro de Investigaciones Aplicadas - Direccion General de Investigacion y Desarrollo (CIA-DIGID)
P14 - U of K Small Satellite Mission Impact on Sudan Development and Its Role in Sudanese Engineers Capacity Building - Abdelkarim Ahmed, University of Khartoum - Space Research Center
P15 - Small Microstrip Antennas For CubeSat - Da Silva Wellington, UFRN
 
Poster Sessions 2.1 and 2.2
P16 - Burroni - Tomás School of Science and Technology, National University of San Martín, LabOSat: an electronic platform to perform experiments on satellites.
P17 - Belinco - Nicolas GAIyANN-CNEA, Facilities for Space Technology at Argentinian National Atomic Energy Commission (CNEA)
P18 - Brito - Marcos CIA-DIGID, Attitude Control System And 6dof Simulation For Microsatellite µSAT-3 Development
P19 - Salazar Pérez - Eduardo Instituto de Ciencias Nucleares (UNAM), Ground Control Software For The ATON Stratospheric Platform
P20 - López Espinosa - Leonardo UNAM, ATON stratospheric platform for space technology tests
P21 - Slongo - Leonardo UFSC, FloripaSat - Empowering Students On Space Application Field
P22 - González Reyes - Reinaldo UNC Hydraulics Laboratory and FAA Applied Research Center, Energy Power System For The Micro-Satellite µsat-3
P24 - Olufemi - Afolabi Federal University of Technology, Akure, Infrastructural Development And Fabrication Of Some Cubesat Sub-Systems
P25 - Morales - Pablo Universidad Nacional de Cordoba (UNC), High G Resistant Nanosatellite: Nsat
P26 - Prystupczuk - Pablo UNC, Design, Structure And Implementation Of Energy Power System For The Microsatellite uSAT-3
P27 - Carpignano - Gustavo DIYSATELLITE, Pocketqube, The Next Little Thing By Come
P28 - Slongo - Artur INPE Southern Regional Space Research Center , NANOSATC-BR2 - Assembly, Integration And Tests
P29 - Vitulich - Carlos Centro de Investigaciones Aplicadas (DGID), Pulsed Plasma Thruster Development for Small Satellites Applications in Argentina
P30 - Stalder Díaz - Diego Paraguayan Space Agency, The Paraguayan Space Agency
P31 - Almeida - Danilo Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais, Mission Operation Concept Analysis for the NanosatC-BR2 using INPE's Satellite Simulator
P32 - Tavares - Felipe INPE, Conceptual Design A Detector Relativistic Electrons And Protons On Van Allen Radiation Belt: Embedded In A Cubesat Platform
P33 - Rezende - Julio UFRN - FAPERN, Satellite Research In Brazil
P34 - Murcia Piñeros - Jhonathan INPE, Atmospheric Influence In Orbital Decay Of Cubesats
P35 - Campos - Eduardo UFRN, Nanosatellites Attitude Estimation And Control Using Norm-Constrained Extended Kalman Filter And Quaternion PD-Like Controller.
P36 - Couto Oliveira - Geraldo Magela Federal Center for Technological Education of Minas Gerais (CEFET-MG), Using CubeSat and CanSat for Space Education in Brazil
P38 - Menezes - Renan Guilherme Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica, An approach based in MBSE to the GARATÉA-L mission
P39 - Ibarra Gonzalez - David Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México, User-Centered Design For The Development And Selection Of Technology To Control Atmospheric Preservation Variables Of Vital Electronic Systems Of Small Satellites In Micro Gravity And Outer Space
P40 - Ferreira - José Universidade de Brasilia, Compact Permanent Magnet Hall Thrusters Development for Future Brazilian Space Missions
P41 - De Faria - Maria Cecilia Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Aerospace Engineering Undergraduation Course in UFMG - Perspectives of uses of Problem Based Learning
P42 - Moraes - Deniel INPE, NANOSATC-BR2 - Analysis of Payload Duty Cycle change during its operational life time.
 
Poster Sessions 3.1 and 3.2
P43 - Conceptual Study Of A Multiuse And Reusable Earth And Space Observation Platform - de Macedo Neto Valdir, UFRN
P44 - Image Acquisition System for microsatellite µSat-3 - Nazzi Fabio, UNC
P45 - Origami Deployable Deorbiting System - Vendittozzi Cristian, University of Brasília
P46 - Remote Sensing based on Cubesats: is there any added value ? - Santilli Giancarlo, University of Brasília
P47 - Mission Concept Review of an International Cooperative Space Project - A Mesoamerican CubeSat - Chaves Jimenez Adolfo, School of Electronics, Costa Rica Institute of Technology
P48 - An Optical Telescope Design for Light-weight Cubesats - Kim Young Soo, Korea Astronomy & Space science Institute
P50 - Small Satellites: Generating Climate Solutions - Garcia Oswualdo, Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey
P51 - What the First Kenya University Nanosatellite Precursor Flight 1KUNS-PF means to the Country - Karanja Faith, University of Nairobi, Department of Geospatial and Space Technology
P53 - Self-Inflatable Deployable Structures For De-Orbiting Cubesats - Garcia Yarnoz Daniel, International Space University
P54 - Monitoring Environmental Variables And Earth System Phenomena From Space Using Nanosatellite Technology - Naccarato Kleber, INPE
P55 - Thermal Analysis of the SPORT Spacecraft - Vieira Denis, ITA-DCTA
P56 - Towards the 1000th CubeSat - Costa Cesar, Centro de Gestão e Estudos Estratégicos
P60 - Payloads For Small Programmes On Security Monitoring Within National Jurisdictions - An Opportunity for Cooperation - Ojeda Bueno Jorge Humberto, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Republic of Colombia
P61 - The Dove Satellite as a Precursor of the Small Satellıtes and Their Environmental Impact in Outer Space - Alvarenga Dos Santos Marcia, INPE
P62 - New Brazilian Environmental Data Collection System - NewSBCDA - Mafra de Carvalho Manoel Jozeane, INPE
P63 - Samanaú.TX - Low Cost Data Collect Transmitter - Vitorino Bruno Augusto, IFRN
P64 - Description of the Attitude Determination and Control Subsystem of CONASAT Project - Rodrigues Alessandra, INPE
P65 - Natal City Multi-Mission Station - Jotha Lúcio, INPE
P66 - Column-Line-Code in Firmware for On-Board Computer - Silva Filho Jose , Laboratório de Engenharia de Sistemas de Computação (LESC)
P67 - Low Cost Data Collecting Platform Linked to Integrated System Of Environment Data (SINDA) - Matias Aryel, INPE

 

 

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