2018 INSPIRE and Small Sat Workshop

from Monday, 27 August 2018 (13:30) to Wednesday, 29 August 2018 (18:00)
Paris, France (Charpak room)

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
27 Aug 2018
28 Aug 2018
29 Aug 2018
AM
09:00
Session 1: The INSPIRE program - Philippe Keckhut (until 10:50) (Charpak room)
09:00 IDEASSat - A 3U CubeSat for Ionospheric Science and Capacity Building - Prof. Loren Chang (National Central University)   (Charpak room)
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09:30 The design and analysis of INSPIRE’s structure and thermal subsystems - Mr Spencer Boyajian (LASP)   (Charpak room)
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09:50 Analysis & Design of IDEASSat Communication Subsystem - Mr Liao Chi-Ting (Graduate Institute of Space Science, National Central University, Taiwan)   (Charpak room)
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10:10 The Occultation Wave Limb Sounder (OWLS) on INSPIRESat-3 - Dr Ed Thiemann (LASP, University of Colorado)   (Charpak room)
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10:30 Education for satellite programs: from lower secondary school up to PhD students - Dr Alain SARKISSIAN (LATMOS / UVSQ / UPMC / CNRS)   (Charpak room)
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10:50 --- Coffee Break ---
11:00
Session 2: Results from recent space missions -Dr Mustapha Meftah (LATMOS / CNRS / Paris-Saclay University) (until 12:40) (Charpak room)
11:00 Building on the heritage of PROBA2/LYRA for future small-sat missions - Marie Dominique (ROB)   (Charpak room)
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11:20 Tracking of predominant periodicities evolution for PROBA2/LYRA and other long-term solar time series - Dr Laurence Wauters (ROB)   (Charpak room)
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11:40 SOLAR/SOLSPEC : highlights of the 9-year SOLAR mission - Dr David Bolsée (BIRA-IASB)   (Charpak room)
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12:00 Metrology of the Solar Spectral Irradiance at the Top of Atmosphere in the Near Infrared using Ground Based Instruments: The PYR-ILIOS campaign - Mr Nuno José Pereira (BIRA-IASB)   (Charpak room)
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12:20 Ultraviolet solar spectral irradiance variability over Cycle 24 with SOLAR/SOLSPEC 9 years of data from the International Space Station - Dr Luc Damé (LATMOS/IPSL/CNRS/UVSQ)   (Charpak room)
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09:00
Session 3: Small satellite missions - Marie Dominique (ROB) (until 10:30) (Charpak room)
09:00 An Equatorial Satellite Constellation for Space Weather monitoring and nowcasting over the Singapore region - Prof. Amal Chandran (Nanyang Technological University & LASP)   (Charpak room)
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09:30 Testing a Star Identification Algorithm for a Low-cost In-house Star Tracker - Mr Chung-Sheng Lin (Graduate Institute of Space Science, National Central University, Taiwan)   (Charpak room)
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09:50 NOIRE Study Report: Towards a Low Frequency Radio Interferometer in Space - Mr André LAURENS (CNES)   (Charpak room)
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10:10 Network of small satellites for the exploration of planetary Magnetosphere (NETSSEM) - Dr François Leblanc (LATMOS/IPSL, CNRS, Sorbonne Université, UVSQ, Paris, France)   (Charpak room)
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10:30 --- Coffee Break ---
10:40
Session 3: Small satellite missions - Marie Dominique (ROB) (until 12:20) (Charpak room)
10:40 Invited: The EArth enerGy imbalance ExploreR (EAGER) mission concept - Dr Margit Haberreiter (PMOD/WRC)   (Charpak room)
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11:10 Prospects on future instrumentation for the Solar Spectrum measurement - Mr Nuno José Pereira (BIRA-IASB)   (Charpak room)
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11:30 The Micro Solar Flare Apparatus - Ms Erica Lastufka (Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz (FHNW))   (Charpak room)
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11:50 A Dual Constellation Mission: SoSWEET-SOUP (SOlar, Space Weather Extreme EvenTs and Stratospheric Ozone Ultimate Profiles) - Dr Luc Damé (LATMOS/IPSL/CNRS/UVSQ)   (Charpak room)
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PM
13:30
Welcome and Registration (until 14:00) (Charpak room)
14:00
Meeting introduction (M. Meftah, P. Keckhut) (until 14:15) (Charpak room)
14:15
Session 1: The INSPIRE program (until 16:00) (Charpak room)
14:15 Small spacecraft and big objectives: INSPIRE in the New Space world - Dr Daniel Baker (LASP)   (Charpak room)
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14:40 INSPIRE X: Global Collaboration and the University of the Future - Mr Michael McGrath (UAE University Al Ain)   (Charpak room)
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15:00 The INSPIRE Program: From inception to three satellites. - Prof. Amal Chandran (Nanyang Technological University & LASP)   (Charpak room)
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15:20 JANUS a CNES (french space agency) program for developing cubesats by students - Mr Alain Gaboriaud (CNES)   (Charpak room)
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15:40 The space-based and the ground-based missions of the LATMOS - Prof. Philippe Keckhut (LATMOS)   (Charpak room)
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16:00 --- Coffee Break ---
16:15
Round table discussion: Small satellites in education (Mike McGrath, Rick Kohnert, Alain Sarkissian, Amal Chandran, Loren Chang) (until 17:15) (Charpak room)
12:40 --- Lunch ---
14:00
Session 2: Results from recent space missions -Dr Mustapha Meftah (LATMOS / CNRS / Paris-Saclay University) (until 15:00) (Charpak room)
14:00 The detection of ultra-relativistic electrons in low Earth orbit by the LYRA instrument on board the PROBA2 satellite - Dr Athanassios Katsiyannis (Royal Observatory of Belgium)   (Charpak room)
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14:20 Tropical middle atmosphere ozone response to the solar rotational cycle in observations and chemistry-climate simulations - Dr Rémi Thieblemont (CNRS)   (Charpak room)
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14:40 Returns on the PicSat project and 10 weeks of operation - Dr Vincent Lapeyrere (LESIA, Observatoire de Paris, Université PSL, CNRS, Sorbonne Université, Univ. Paris Diderot, Sorbonne Paris Cité)   (Charpak room)
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15:05
Session 3: Small satellite missions - Marie Dominique (ROB) (until 16:35) (Charpak room)
15:05 High Priority Solar Science and Technology Demonstration with CubeSats - Dr Tom Woods (LASP / University of Colorado)   (Charpak room)
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15:35 Think the way to measure the Earth Radiation Budget and the Total Solar Irradiance with a small satellites constellation - Dr Luc Damé (LATMOS) Prof. Philippe Keckhut (LATMOS) Dr Mustapha Meftah (LATMOS / CNRS / Paris-Saclay University)   (Charpak room)
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15:55 MPVIEW : A multi-satellite mapping system to fully monitor and characterize waves in Venus’ atmosphere - Dr Eric Chassefière (GEOPS, Univ. Paris-Sud, CNRS, Université Paris-Saclay)   (Charpak room)
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16:15 Design of the calibration facility for the characterization of MAJIS/JUICE VIS-NIR detectors - Ms Miriam Estefanía Cisneros González (BIRA-IASB)   (Charpak room)
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16:35 --- Coffee Break ---
16:50
Session 3: Small satellite missions - Marie Dominique (ROB) (until 17:50) (Charpak room)
16:50 MARTIC, a satellites constellation addressing fundamental atmospheric parameters from the middle stratosphere to the upper mesosphere - Dr Philippe Keckhut (LATMOS) Dr Alain Hauchecorne (CNRS-LATMOS)   (Charpak room)
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17:10 A CubeSat-sized limb-sounder for the observation of high resolution temperature profiles in the middle atmosphere - Dr Martin Kaufmann (Forschungszentrum Jülich)   (Charpak room)
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17:30 LASP SmallSat capabilities - Mr Richard Kohnert (CU/LASP)   (Charpak room)
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18:00 --- Conference diner ---
12:20 --- Lunch ---
14:00
Session 3: Small satellite missions - Marie Dominique (ROB) (until 14:40) (Charpak room)
14:00 Electric propulsion capability - ThrustMe - Mr Gautier Brunet (ThrustMe)   (Charpak room)
14:20 Faraday missions a commercial approach for low cost hosting of experimental payloads - Mr Ed Stevens (InSpace Missions)   (Charpak room)
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14:40
Round-table discussion: Small satellites for science & international cooperation in space (Dan Baker, Philippe Keckhut, Tom Woods, Didier Fussen, Amal Chandran, Luc Damé) (until 16:15) (Charpak room)
CV
16:15
Meeting Conclusions -Dr Mustapha Meftah (LATMOS / CNRS / Paris-Saclay University) Marie Dominique (ROB) (until 16:30) (Charpak room)