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    Invitation to the Space Colloquium Würzburg titled "Ongoing activities on SmallSat at

    ASTRA Team in PoliMi" by Prof. Dr. Michèle Roberta Lavagna on the 28th of July 2022 at 17:00. This event is supported by Elite Network of Bavaria (ENB) and ESA_Lab@ZfT.

     

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    Invitation to the Space Colloquium Würzburg titled "Controlling a Satellite under Uncertainty" by Dr. Willem Jordaan on the 14th of July 2022 at 17:00. This event is supported by Elite Network of Bavaria (ENB) and ESA_Lab@ZfT.

     

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    Invitation to the Space Colloquium Würzburg titled "OPS-SAT-2: Open opportunities for in-flight experimentation with an optical ground to space terminal" by David Evans on the 30th of June 2022 at 17:00. This event is supported by Elite Network of Bavaria (ENB) and ESA_Lab@ZfT.

     

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    Invitation to the Space Colloquium Würzburg titled "Dynamics and Control of Distributed Space Systems: Challenges and Progresses" by Dr. Wang Zhaokui on the 26th of May 2022 at 11:00. This event is supported by Elite Network of Bavaria (ENB) and ESA_Lab@ZfT.

     

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    Invitation to the Space Colloquium Würzburg titled "High Precision Formation Flying of Micro-satellites for Space Science and Earth Observation Missions" by Prof. Dr. Shinichi Nakasuka (University of Tokyo) on the 5th of May 2022 at 11:00. This event is supported by Elite Network of Bavaria (ENB) and ESA_Lab@ZfT.

     

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    Invitation to the Space Colloquium Würzburg titled "A High-Precision GNSS Payload Board for Nanosatellite Orbit Determination and Timing" by Prof. Dr. Gregor Moeller (ETH Zürich) on the 14th of April 2022 at 17:00. This event is supported by Elite Network of Bavaria (ENB) and ESA_Lab@ZfT.

     

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    Invitation to the Space Colloquium Würzburg titled "Advanced Electric Propulsion Systems for Groundbreaking Missions: Developments at IRS" by Prof. Dr. Georg Herdrich on the 10th of March 2022 at 17:00. This event is supported by Elite Network of Bavaria (ENB) and ESA_Lab@ZfT.

     

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    Invitation to the Space Colloquium Würzburg titled "Satellite Networks for Quantum Key Distribution, Internet of Things, Earth Observation and Climate Prediction from Würzburg" by Julian Scharnagl on the 24th of February 2022 at 17:00. This event is supported by Elite Network of Bavaria (ENB) and ESA_Lab@ZfT.

     

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    Invitation to the Space Colloquium Würzburg titled "High Precision Guidance of Satellites for Formation Flying using Optimal and Adaptive Control Techniques" by Dr. Radhakant Padhi on the 10th of February 2022 at 17:00. This event is supported by Elite Network of Bavaria (ENB) and ESA_Lab@ZfT.

     

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    Invitation to the Space Colloquium Würzburg titled "ADELIS-SAMSON: An Innovation Benchmark of Distributed Space System " by Dr. Pini Gurfil on the 20th of January 2022 at 17:00. This event is supported by Elite Network of Bavaria (ENB) and ESA_Lab@ZfT.

     

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    Invitation to the Space Colloquium Würzburg titled "ESA Interplanetary Exploration Missions" by Dr. Paolo Ferri on the 9th of December 2021 at 17:00. This event is supported by Elite Network of Bavaria (ENB) and ESA_Lab@ZfT.

     

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    ESA General Director Aschbacher signed together with Prof. Dr. Schilling as President of Zentrum für Telematik (ZfT) a "Memorandum of Cooperation" to initiate an ESA_Lab@ZfT .

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    In 2019 ESA asked for ideas to map and explore lunar caves on their Open Space

    Innovation Platform. A consortium of international scientists led by Prof. Dr.

    Andreas Nüchter (Informatics VII - Robotics and Telematics) submitted their idea

    of a spherical robot equipped with an immersive stereoscopic camera and a lidar

    system.

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    Netsat Camera Picture

    The four NetSat satellites for formation flying were built in Würzburg and financed by the European Research Council with an Advanced Grant. The launch was supported by the Bavarian Ministry of Economics and happened on 28.9.2020. More detailed information: www.telematik-zentrum.de/netsat

     

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    Innovative Sensor Networks Based on Self-Organizing Nano-Satellites is the topic of "NetSat". The four „NetSat“ nano-satellites will autonomously control, for the first time worldwide, a three-dimensional configuration in space in order to enable new observation methods for climate research as well as for innovative future telecommunication systems.

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    Conference audience

    More than 100 international small satellite researchers (from new Zealand, Japan,

    Brasil, and all over Europe) covered newest trends in small satellite technology

    and application areas.

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    Prof. Klaus Schilling, Prof. Ilan Koren, and Prof. Yoav Schechner won the prestigious European Research Council (ERC) Synergy Grant, guaranteeing a funding of €14 million to improve cloud data for climate modelling using small satellites.

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    In the early morning of 27.12.2018 a Soyuz-Fregatt launch from cosmodrome Vostochny injected 28 satellites into a low Earth orbit.

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    Last week our Team returned from the Vostochny Launch Site (Russia) where we performed the last check out tests of UWE-4 before launch. The satellite will be launched through the German integrator ECM Space on a Soyuz-2 mission using a Fregat upper stage on 27th December 2018 at 02:07:18 UTC.

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    Prof. Schilling receiving the Qilu Friendship Award

    Klaus Schilling wurde für einen „Qilu Friendship Award“ der chinesischen Provinz Shandong für 2018 ausgewählt. Der Vize-Governor von Shandong, Herr Yu Jie, hat den Preis am 30.10.2018 im Rahmen einer Feier in Weihai übergeben

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    The partner institute "Zentrum für Telematik" was selected as winner of the Telematics-Award 2018 in the category "Networked Production". Details available in German.

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    On 21st of November 2017 UWE-3 celebrated 4 years in space and is still running without any significant failures. The daily received UWE-3 beacons report its good health condition, including the nominal status of the batteries.

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    Our spin-off Zentrum für Telematik was in a tough selection of international teams selected as winner of the Airbus space challenge. Their proposal addressed innovative industry 4.0 approaches to improve future production of satellites.

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