ASEN 6519:

Graduate Seminar for Astrodynamics and Satellite Navigation Focus Area

Overview Weekly seminar speakers from CU and the broader community will present research in this area. Graduate students who register for 1 credit may only miss 2 of the seminars. Graduate students who are interested in presenting should contact Prof. Schaub to schedule their seminar and get permission to register for 2 credits.
Time T 2:00-2:50pm
Location Seebass Forum Room ECAE 153

Fall 2007 Seminar Schedule

Date Speaker Affiliation Title/Topic
9/4/07Chris LaneCURelative Navigation in High Earth Orbit
9/11/07Jeff ParkerCULow-Energy Ballistic Lunar Transfers
9/18/07Kathryn HameraCUAn Evolvable Lunar Communication and Navigation Concept
9/25/07Scott MitchellBall AerospaceMultiple asteroid rendezvous missions
10/2/07Andria BilichNOS/NOAAGPS carrier phase multipath and signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) measurements
10/9/07Harvey MamichLockheed Martin Space SystemsOverview of On-board Navigation for NASA's Orion Crew Exploration Vehicle
10/16/07Deepti SharmaBall AerospaceUse of Ballutes for Performing Controlled Reentry
10/23/07no seminar
10/30/07Hanspeter SchaubCUElectrostatic Spacecraft Relative Motion Control
11/6/07Eric VinandeCUA Software-Defined GPS and Galileo Receiver: Single-Frequency Approach
11/13/07Bill SchreinerUCARPrecise Orbit Determination and Radio Occultation Retrieval Processing at the UCAR CDAAC: Overview and Results
11/20/08Thanksgiving Break
11/27/07David WieseCUAlternative Mission Architectures for a Gravity Recovery Satellite Mission
12/4/07Doug EngelhardtDigitalGlobeAstrodynamics of DigitalGlobe's Commercial Imaging Satellite Constellation