4th Annual CubeSat Developers Workshop, 2007
April 19-21, 2007
Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo, California

Thursday, April 21, 2007
Opening Presentations
Nano-Satellites as Disruptive TechnologyScott MacGillivrayThe Boeing Company
CubeSats in Education and IndustryLori BrooksCubeSat
Technical Session I
JHU/APL CubeSat InitiativesAndy LewinJHU/APL
SFL NanoSatellite Missions and Launches 2007-2009Freddy PranajayaUniversity of Toronto
uPPT - Propulsion Solution for CubeSatsCarsten ScharlemannAustrian Research Centers
Design and Development of the ITU pSAT I Engineering PrototypeGokhan InalhanIstanbul Technical University
Space Tethers and Small Satellites: Formation Flight and Propulsion ApplicationsNestor VoronkaTeathers Unlimited
Civil-Academic Space Test ProgramBob MeurerSwales Aerospace
Technical Session II
How to Accommodate Additional Processors in the CubeSat KitAndrew KalmanPumpkin Inc
Cubesat-UD Telemedicine and TelemetryLilia Edith Aparicio PicoUniversidad Distrital Francisco Jose de Calda
BillikenSat-IIDr. Sanjay Jayaram and Ben CorradoSaint Louis University
SwissCube ProjectGuillaume Roethlisberger and Fabien JordanEPFL Space Center
Nanosat Launch Vehicle Development, Flight Testing and ExperimentsMatt Baker, Brian Rotty, and John GarveyGarvey Spacecraft Corporation/CSU Long Beach
Reflections on Human Space FlightDr. James NewmanNaval Postgraduate School
Friday, April 20, 2007
Technical Session III
Benefits and Uses of Very Small SpacecraftPete WordenNASA Ames
A Path to ESPA-Class Multiple Cubesats/PPODsDan SakodaNaval Postgraduate School
Stochastic Attitude Control of a CubesatJason MooreUniversity of Texas at Austin
Capabilites, Results, and Implications of Deployments on STS116 and TacSat-2Dr. Perry BallardDOD Payloads Office, Johnson Space Center
INTA PicoSatellite OPTOS: Mission, Subsystems, and PayloadIvan Lora Fernandez and Jose Antonio Collado MunozINTA
RocketPodRex RidenoureEcliptic Enterprises Corporation
Technical Session IV
Antennas and Attitude Control of Cubesat Libertad-1Paul Nunez and Cesar ValeroUniversidad Sergio Arboleda
CubeSat Electric-Gravitic PropulsionDominick MarroneUTC/Sikorsky Aerospace
Launch and Field Opportunities without leaving your office and CubeSat Test OpportunitiesBob TwiggsStanford University
Applying Practical Systems Engineering and Project Management to University Small SatellitesEric GrimesAuburn University
UCISAT-1 and Failure Recovery SystemJuan Osuna and Tom WypychUC Irvine
Technical Session V
Lessons Learned from Remote Ground Station OperationsJames CutlerStanford University
Some Musings on Current Evolutionary Trends in the Space BusinessThomas ChrienRaytheon
GeneSat-1: Quick Look Mission ReportBruce YostNASA
PolySat: A University CubeSat StoryParin Patel and Bryan KlofasCal Poly State University
Alternative Communication Strategies for PicoSatellitesKalia GlasseySRI International
Cubes That Help Industry Out of the BoxHobson LaneNorthrop Grumman


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