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International Academy of Astronautics
 
 1st IAA Latin America Cubesat Workshop
 

December 08-11, 2014
Brasilia, Brazil



 

Program:


Preliminary program is now available


Introduction
:

The 1st Latin American CubeSat Workshop organized by the International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) in cooperation with University of Brasilia has the goal to provide to the international space community a forum for presentation and discussion in the area of university satellites, in particular CubeSats.

The Workshop is naturally connected to the IAA Conference on University Satellite Missions and European CubeSat Workshop held in Rome every two year (next in February 2015).

Considering the increasing interest on CubeSat activities in Latin America, and the recent successful launches in Latin America, IAA and UnB decided to organize a forum where the main actors might have the opportunity to share results and new ideas.

The conference is also an opportunity for young researcher and students to learn more about CubeSats activities in other countries. Some of the most famous experts in CubeSat applications will give special lectures to the participants.

The preliminary program, logistics, and registration information may be found on the symposium website at :

http://cubesatbrasilia.akamido.com/

Goal and Topics:

The conference has the goal to provide to the international space community a forum for presentation and discussion in the area of university satellites, in particular CubeSats.

- CubeSat Innovative Missions and Applications
- Space Environment
- Remote sensing and Earth observation
- Innovative solutions for university satellite subsystems
- Launch opportunities
- Space Debris
- University Platform for biomedical research in Space
- Ground Segment and Stations Network
- New Perspectives for university satellites.
- CubeSats Future Payloads and Experiments
- Micro-propulsion Subsystems
- CubeSat In-Orbit Experience
 

Students competition:

During the conference a special session will be held in order to select the best students paper.
 

Conference Location
:

Campus Universitário Darcy Ribeiro, Av. L3 Norte, Ed. Finatec – Asa Norte, Brasília – DF

 
Important Dates:
          


Conference :                           December 08-11th 2014
Abstract Submission Deadline:   August 10th 2014  
Acceptance Notification:            August 30th 2014             
Paper Submission Deadline:     November 29th 2014

 

Contacts:

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Exhibition:


The Workshop will be accompanied by an industrial exhibition of space engineering technologies and equipment.

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Proceedings:

Selected papers will be published by the International Academy of Astronautics in the Symposium Proceedings book series (see https://shop.iaaweb.org/ ).
Electronic copy of abstracts accepted will be given to all participants.


Local Organizing Committee:

Carlos A. Gurgel Veras, DSAD AEB - Brazilian Space Agency
Chantal Cappelletti, PhD, Universidade de Brasília, IAA CM
Simone Battistini, PhD, Universidade de Brasília
Renato Alves Borges, PhD, Universidade de Brasília
Vladislav Solovey, IAA Corresponding Member
Natalia Kuriiacha, Secretary Local Organizing Committee
 

Scientific Program Committee:

Jean M. Contant
Robert J. Twiggs
Jordi Puig-Suari
Rainer Sandau
Vladimir Andreev
Filippo Graziani
Shinichi Nakasuka
Vladislav Solovey
Michael Ovchinnikov
Benjamin K. Malphrus
Fernando Aguado Agelet
Anna Guerman
Chantal Cappelletti
Renato Alves Borges
Simone Battistini
Kleber Viera da Pavia
Paolo Gessini
Cristiano Fiorilo de Melo
Geilson Loureiro
Eduardo Augusto Bezerra
Rodrigo Intini Marques



For more detailed information, please visit:

http://cubesatbrasilia.akamido.com/




Call for papers:

Manuscripts were accepted based on the quality of the extended abstract, the originality of the work and/or ideas, and the anticipated interest in the proposed subject. Submissions that are based on experimental results or current data, or report on going missions, were especially encouraged. Complete manuscripts are required before the conference. The working language for the conference is English.

During the conference a Student Competition for the best paper will be organized.                      

The proposed topics are:

- CubeSat Innovative Missions and Applications
- Space Environment
- Remote sensing and Earth observation
- Innovative solutions for university satellite subsystems
- Launch opportunities
- Space Debris
- University Platform for biomedical research in Space
- Ground Segment and Stations Network
- New Perspectives for university satellites.
- CubeSats Future Payloads and Experiments
- Micro-propulsion Subsystems
- CubeSat In-Orbit Experience


Abstract and Paper Submissions:

The abstracts and the papers have to be submitted by email at:

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with subject “abstract” or “paper” respectively. In case of participation on student competition please add "Student competition" on the subject area.

Please remember that the No Paper / No Podium and No Podium / No Publication Policy outlined in the call for papers will be in effect. You must (electronically) provide a paper for revision by November 29th 2014, in accordance with the call for papers. Selected papers will be published in the Conference proceedings.

Download

IAA-CU-12 Abstract Template (Word)
IAA-CU-12 Manuscript Template (Word)

Proceedings

Selected papers will be published by the International Academy of Astronautics in the Symposium Proceedings book series.

Electronic copy of abstracts accepted will be given to all participants.


Abstract Submission:


The abstracts had to be submitted by email to:

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Please see the rules for submissions at:

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8th December 2014

 

Opening Ceremony

09.00 – 09.30

Welcome address of Academic and Political Authorities

Petrônio Noronha de Souza, Director of Space Policies and Strategic Investiments, AEB

Ivan Marques de Toledo Camargo, UnB Rector

Carlos Alberto Gurgel Veras, FINATEC

09.30 – 10.30

Opening Lectures:

Rainer SANDAU, IAA Director Satellites & Space Applications

International Academy of Astronautics and new generation

 

Robert J. TWIGGS, Morehead State University?

An Unstandard way of Using the CubeSat Standard

 

10:30 – 11:00  Coffee break

 

Technical Section I

Latin America Projects Overview

11:00 – 12:30

 

11.00-11.15

IAA-BR-14-01-01

A review of CubeSat projects in Latin America

José Ignacio Marulanda Bernal- Colombia

 

11.15-11.30

IAA-BR-14-01-02

ITASAT Project – The new project philosophy and lessons learned

Lidia H. S. Sato - Brazil

 

11.30-11.45

IAA-BR-14-01-03

Ulises-I

Juan José Díaz Infante and Dr. Celso Gutiérrrez - Mexico

 

11.45-12.00

IAA-BR-14-01-04

Project Libertad: Development of pico and nanosatellite to Colombia

Jorge Soliz – Colombia

 

12.00-12.15

IAA-BR-14-01-05

Nanosatc-Br Cubesat Development & Capacity Building Programs: Nanosatc-Br1& Nanosatc-Br2

Nelson Jorge Schuch – Brazil

 

12.15-12.30

IAA-BR-14-01-06

Conasat Project

Pedro S. Aquino -Brazil

 

12:30 – 14:00  Lunch break

 

Technical Section II

CubeSat Projects overview

14:00 – 15:30

 

14.00-14.15

IAA-BR-14-02-01

The CubeSat AESP14 and its Systems Engineering development process

Eduardo Escobar Bürger- Brazil

 

14.15-14.30

IAA-BR-14-02-02

UWE: A University Technology Development Program for Pico-Satellite Formation Flying.

Klaus Schilling- Germany

 

14.30-14.45

IAA-BR-14-02-03

SERPENS 1 Mission

Gabriel Figueirò –Brazil

 

14.45-15.00

IAA-BR-14-02-04

AztechSat-1, a first collaborative CubeSat between NASA and Mexico

Carlos Duarte -Mexico

 

15.00-15.15

IAA-BR-14-02-05

The experience of designing and developing the on-board electronics of a Cubesat in Brazil

Victor Manuel Gonçalves Martins- Brazil

 

15.15-15.30

IAA-BR-14-02-06

Development of the EPS, OBC, TT&C and Ground Station Subsystems for a Mexican Nanosatellite with a CubeSat Architecture

Carlos A. Martínez - Mexico

 

 

15:30 – 16:00  Coffee break

 

 

Technical Section III

Mission and Applications

16:00 – 17:30

 

16.00-16.15

IAA-BR-14-03-01

Network-Construction for Development of Human Resources on Creative Science and Technology Using CanSat and Pico-Satellite

Yasuyuki Miyazaki,  Rei Kawashima- Japan

 

16.15-16.30

IAA-BR-14-03-02

CubeSat Applications and their Potential Benefits – A Methodology for Mission Selection

Luis Zea - Guatemala

 

16.30-16.45

IAA-BR-14-03-03

New Opportunities with Small Satellites Technologies

Lisandro Martinez - USA

 

16.45-17.00

IAA-BR-14-03-04

Cubesat constellations for sensor data acquisition

Alberto González Muíño- Spain

 

17.00-17.15

IAA-BR-14-03-05

Cubesat Projects Implementation as an Innovative Strategy to Promote Universities’ and Private Institution’s Participation In Satellite Technology Research.

Kevin Khalil - Venezuela

 

17.15-17.30

IAA-BR-14-03-06

Nano Satellite Ulises 2.0 as a Tool of Learning in Universities.

Alberto Ramirez - Mexico

 
 

9th December 2014

Technical Section IV

In Orbit Experience

09:00 – 10:00

 

09.00-09.15

IAA-BR-14-04-01

NanosatC-Br1 – The First Brazilian Cubesat

Otavio Durão - Brazil

 

09.15-09.30

IAA-BR-14-04-02

From the first two Peruvian Satellites research in 

Jorge Heraud Perez- Peru

 

09.30-09.45

IAA-BR-14-04-03

UniSat-6

Salvatore Paiano - Italy

 

09.45-10.00

IAA-BR-14-04-04

Ecuadorian experience in  : The NEE-Alpha Nano-Satellite Constellation

Ronnie Nader– Ecuador

 

10:00 – 10:30

Invited Lecture

The role of small satellites in   technology development and capacity building in Malaysia,

Mazlan Binti Othman,

Former Director of the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affair

 

 

 

10:30 – 11:00  Coffee break

 

Technical Section V

System Design

11:00 – 12:45

 

 

11.00-11.15

IAA-BR-14-05-01

Design and Test of a educational PocketQube Satellite

Gustavo Carpignano – Argentina

 

 

11.15-11.30

IAA-BR-14-05-02

Design, Analysis and Optimization of a 3u Cubesat Structure

Anderson Bermudez Garcia - Colombia

 

11.30-11.45

IAA-BR-14-05-03

Ground Support Equipment for functional testing in AESP-14 CubeSat

Cleber Toss Hoffmann – Brazil

 

11.45-12.00

IAA-BR-14-05-04

SERPENS 1: Structural subsystem and vibration support designs

Nivaldo Lopo Junior - Brasil

 

12.00-12.15

IAA-BR-14-05-05

Study of the NANOSATC-BR1 Mechanical Structure behavior through the Launch Environment

Marcos Antonio Dal Piaz - Brazil

 

12.15-12.30

IAA-BR-14-05-06

Design and Construction of a CubeSat Bus in a Developing Country

Luis Zea – Guatemala

 

12.30-12.45

IAA-BR-14-05-07

Phase Change Materials for Thermal Management in Small Satellites

Rafael Salgado - Puerto Rico

 

 

12:45 – 14:00  Lunch break

 

Technical Section VI

Launch Opportunities

14:00 – 15:45

 

14.00-14.15

IAA-BR-14-06-01

Small Satellites Launch Services as a Secondary Payload using Japanese H-IIA Launch Vehicle

Uemura Yoshihiko - Japan

 

14.15-14.30

IAA-BR-14-06-02

GAUSS Alternative solutions for nano and picosatellite launch services

Filippo Graziani - Italy

 

14.30-14.45

IAA-BR-14-06-03

ISS Cubesat Launch Opportunities with Kyutech

John Polansky - Japan

 

14.45-15.00

IAA-BR-14-06-04

UNIVERSAL DEPLOYER FOR 1U-3U NANOSATELLITES

S. D. Zaretskiy- Russia

 

15.00-15.15

IAA-BR-14-06-05

Process and Recent Lessons Learned of CubeSat Launch and Deployment from Japanese Experiment Module of ISS

Shigeru Imai - Japan

 

15.15-15.30

IAA-BR-14-06-06

Active Space Platform for Microsatellite Constellations

Dmitry Ogorodnik - Ukraine

 

15.30-15.45

IAA-BR-14-06-07

Spaceflight’s SHERPA: SmallSat Rideshare Access on U.S. Commercial Launch Vehicles

Phil Brzytwa - USA

 

15:45 – 16:00  Coffee break

 

Technical Section VII

Student Session

16:00 – 17:30

 

16.00-16.15

IAA-BR-14-07-01

NANOSATC-BR2 Thermal Simulation

Marcos Antonio Dal Piaz - Brazil

 

16.15-16.30

IAA-BR-14-07-02

Implementation of different technologies in a KiteSat

Verónica Toro Betancur – Colombia

 

16.30-16.45

IAA-BR-14-07-03

Development Of Solar Cells For Use In CubeSats.

Luan Henrique dos Santos Oliveira- Brazil

 

16.45-17.00

IAA-BR-14-07-04

Basic Guidelines for Designing and Building an Academic Cansat

Matheus Monken Ganem - Brazil

 

 

17.00-17.15

IAA-BR-14-07-05

Preliminary Design and Analysis of a CubeSat Propulsion System using a Cylindrical Hall Thruster

Lui Txai Calvoso Habl - Brazil

 

17.15-17.30

IAA-BR-14-07-06

Platform for C&DH and others subsystems tests

Pedro S. Aquino -Brazil

 

17.30-18.30

SPECIAL IAA members SESSION

Study Group  4.18  meeting

Definition and Requirements of Small Satellites Seeking Low-Cost and Fast-Delivery

Chairman: John Polansky
 

10th December 2014

Technical Section VIII

TT&C (I)

09:00 – 10:15

 

09.00-09.15

IAA-BR-14-08-01

A Survey on State of Art in Earth Station for Miniaturized Satellites

 Jorge Enrique Espindola Diaz - Brazil

 

09.15-09.30

IAA-BR-14-08-02

TIGRISAT Baghdad Ground Station

 Yousra F.Noori - Iraq

 

09.30-09.45

IAA-BR-14-08-03

Systems engineering applied to the development of National CubeSat Ground StationsJaime E. Orduy Rodriguez - Brazil

 

09.45-10.00

IAA-BR-14-08-04

GAMALINK, Communications and networking enabler for Nano-satellites

Andre Oliveira - Portugal

 

10.00-10.15

IAA-BR-14-08-05

Development of University Ground Station for nanosatellites tracking and operation.

Paulo Ciampa - Brazil

 

 

10:15 – 10:45  Coffee break

 

 

Technical Section IX

Space Debris and regulatory issues

10:45 – 12:00

 

10.45-11.00

IAA-BR-14-09-01

DRAGONS: In-situ Orbital Debris Detection and Characterization Payload

Jin S. Kang -USA

 

11.00-11.15

IAA-BR-14-09-02

Regulatory Issues Posed by Cubesats in Brazil

Juliana Scavuzzi and Christopher Roberts – Canada

 

11.15-11.30

IAA-BR-14-09-03

Analysis of Natural Decay for Satellite Constellation CONASAT

Lúcio dos Santos Jotha - Brazil

 

11.30-11.45

IAA-BR-14-09-04

Design and Development of a Three-Unit Cubesat for an in-orbit Demonstration of Solid-propelled Satellite Decommissioning Device

Lorenzo Ferrario - Italy

 

11.45-12.00

IAA-BR-14-09-05

Experience of Russian specialists it the field of   debris flight dynamic support at the ending part of existence

A.Yu.Kutomanov - Russia

 

 

 

 

12:00 – 12:30

Invited Lecture

Lean Space: the new   development approach

Prof. Jordi Puig Suari- CalPoly, CA, USA

 

 

12:30 – 14:00  Lunch break

 

 

Technical Section X

TT&C (II)

14:00 – 15:30

 

 

14.15-14.30

IAA-BR-14-10-01

The SATNet Network – a Decentralized Ground Station Network for Remote CubeSat Operations

Ricardo Turbo Parvilla – USA/Spain

 

14.30-14.45

IAA-BR-14-10-02

Network interconnection and standardization of cubesat earth stations via high-speed networks

Roberto Ferro Escobar - Colômbia

 

14.45-15.00

IAA-BR-14-10-03

The Software Architecture for the RIBRAS Ground Station Network

R. A. de Carvalho - Brazil

 

15.00-15.15

IAA-BR-14-10-04

Low-cost user ground smart terminal network for LEO constellation,

Diego Nodar Lopez- Spain

 

15.15-15.30

IAA-BR-14-10-05

GAMANET, the future of nano-satellite networking.

Andre Oliveira - Portugal

 

15:30 – 15:45  Coffee break

 

 

 

 

 

Technical Section XI

AI&T Process, Re-engineering  and Management

15:45 – 16:30

 

15.45-16.00

IAA-BR-14-11-01

Framework for Cube and Nanosatellite AI&T processes

E.E.Bürger – Brazil

 

16.00-16.15

IAA-BR-14-11-02

NANOSATC-BR1 Launch Process and Technical Management

Leonardo Zavareze da Costa – Brazil

 

16.15-16.30

IAA-BR-14-11-03

Space Systems Re-Engineering and a CubeSat Interconnection Solution for a TubeSat-Based Platform

Auro Tikami – Brazil

 

 

Technical Section XII

On Board Computer and EPS

16:30 – 17:30

 

16.30-16.45

IAA-BR-14-12-01

A complete CubeSat mission: the Floripa-Sat experience

Paulo Ricardo Cechelero Villa– Brazil

 

16.45-17.00

IAA-BR-14-12-02

Design of a General-Purpose On-Board Computer for Low-Earth-Orbit Nano-Satellites with residuary and robust components

Mora Richard - Venezuela

 

17.00-17.15

IAA-BR-14-12-03

Property Generation for Formal and Simulation-based Verification of an On-board Computer for Space Applications

Djones Lettnin – Brazil

 

17.15-17.30

IAA-BR-14-12-04

A highly modular, reusable and modifiable flight software architecture for small satellite missions

Carlos González – Chile

 

17.30-18.30

SPECIAL IAA members SESSION

Study Group  4.17  meeting

Space Systems for biomedical research

Chairman: Chantal Cappelletti

 

 
 

11th December 2014

Technical Section XIII

Payload

09:00 – 10:30

 

09.00-09.15

IAA-BR-14-13-01

Hyperspectral imaging in Cubesats: A possibility and promising technology for developing nations

Hemant Kumar Singh - India

 

09.15-09.30

IAA-BR-14-13-02

A Langmuir Probe Payload Adaptation for CubeSats-TubeSats

Walter Abrahão - Brazil

 

09.30-09.45

IAA-BR-14-13-03

Microbiological Experiments Onboard CubeSats A Review and Prospects

Luis Zea - GUATEMALA

 

09.45-10.00

IAA-BR-14-13-04

TigriSat Payload

Nabeel A. Salman - Iraq

 

10.00-10.15

IAA-BR-14-13-05

Detection of total lightning flashes onboard of a CubeSat satellite

Dr Kleber Naccarato- Brazil

 

10.15-10.30

IAA-BR-14-13-06

Statistics of injected power in an out-of-equilibrium RC circuit under   conditions: an implementation as a payload on the SUCHAI Cubesat Project

Hernán Arraño- Chile

 

 

10:30 – 11:00  Coffee break

 

Technical Section XIV

TT&C (III)

11:00 – 12:15

 

 

11.00-11.15

IAA-BR-14-14-01

Digital SBCDA Transponder for CubeSat

José Marcelo Lima Duarte - Brazil

 

11.15-11.30

IAA-BR-14-14-02

Investigation on UHF Microstrip Antenna Arrays for Meteorological Nano-Satellites

Marcos V. T. Heckler - Brazil

 

11.30-11.45

IAA-BR-14-14-03

Best configuration of the transceiver Microhard N2420 under a scenario of low earth orbit

Manuel Rodriguez - Mexico (TTC)

 

11.45-12.00

IAA-BR-14-14-04

CCSDS based communication protocol implementations tailored for nanosatellites

Julian Jair Lopez Salamanca- Brazil

 

12.00-12.15

IAA-BR-14-14-05

New standards for nano satellite telecommunications. A window of opportunity

João Dallamuta – Brazil

 

 

 

12:15 – 12:45

Invited Lecture

Astrophysics Research annd Lunar Science: Cubesat Missions At Morehead State University

Benjamin Kevin Malphrus, Morehead State University, Ky, USA

 

12:45 – 13:45  Lunch break

 

 

13:45 – 14:15

Invited Lecture

Magnetic Attitude Control Systems. Overview and Applications

Mikhail Ovchinnikov – Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics,Russia

 

 

 

Technical Section XV

AODCS

14:15 – 15:30

 

14.15-14.30

IAA-BR-14-15-01

PID Tuning Using Genetic Algorithm in Three Axis Stabilized CubeSat

Edgar Perez - Venezuela

 

14.30-14.45

IAA-BR-14-15-02

Satellite Simulator for Control System Design

Luiz Carlos Gadelha de Souza - Brazil

 

14.45-15.00

IAA-BR-14-15-03

Attitude Control of a CubeSat

Héctor Vargas-Mexico

 

15.00-15.15

IAA-BR-14-15-04

Towards Cubesat Electrical Power System Efficient Designs

Leonardo Kessler Slongo-Brazil

 

 

15:15 – 15:45  Coffee break

 

Technical Section XVI

Propulsion

15:45 – 17:00

 

15.45-16.00

IAA-BR-14-16-01

Very Low Power Ablative Pulsed Plasma Thrusters

Paolo Gessini - Brazil

 

16.00-16.15

IAA-BR-14-16-02

Results from the qualification test campaign of the Pulsed Plasma Thruster for Cubesat Propulsion (PPTCUP)

Ciaralli –United Kingdom

 

16.15-16.30

IAA-BR-14-16-03

Development of Permanent Magnet Hall Thrusters for Applications on Future Brazillian Space Missions

José Leonardo Ferreira - Brazil

 

16.30-16.45

IAA-BR-14-16-04

Cold-Gas Micronozzle Flow Cfd Analysis and Geometry Optimization

Johann M Rodriguez  - Venezuela

 

16.45-17.00

IAA-BR-14-16-05

Performance analysis of a double discharge pulsed plasma thruster by varying the energy of its two stage

Dr. Rodrigo Intini Marques - Brazil

 

 
 

POSTER`S SESSION

 

IAA-14-OP-01

Study and analysis of a power budget in a 3U CubeSat solution for the SBCDA

Carlos Gomes Batista

 

IAA-14-OP-02

Using the NANOSATC-BR1 for evaluation of the effects caused by   radiation incidence on a radiation hardened by design ASIC

Leonardo Medeiros

 

IAA-14-OP-03

First proposal for mechanical integration and functional tests of ITASAT-1 nano satellite

Luis F. P. Santos

 

IAA-14-OP-04

NANOSATC-BR1 Electrical Power System

Tális Piovesan

 

IAA-14-OP-05

Space instrumentation at the Jicamarca Radio Observatory for Cubesat Applications

Edgardo Pacheco - Perú




 
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