Our space propulsion companies ECAPS and NanoSpace have several presentations and chairing tasks at this week's conference in Rome.
The Space Propulsion 2016 conference started yesterday with a full day of plenary sessions. ECAPS CEO Mathias Persson spoke on the panel "Primes and operators vs suppliers views on space propulsion: Spacecraft".
Today's program includes in total four presentations by the ECAPS and NanoSpace teams:
Tuesday 3 May
Cubesat testing of Coulomb drag propulsion (T Grönland, as co-author for the Finnish Meteorological Institute)
Kjell Anflo, ECAPS, chairing session AM/3D Printing (1).
Space qualification of monopropellant LMP-103S (P Thormählen, ECAPS)
High Performance Green Propulsion - On the way for three launches from three continents (K Anflo, ECAPS)
HPGP®, a flight proven technology selected for multiple LEO missions (M Persson, ECAPS)
|Wednesday 4 May
Miniaturised components for satellite propulsion using MEMS technology (T Grönland, NanoSpace - chair and speaker)
|Thursday 5 May
On the development and demonstration of the NanoSpace CubeSat Propulsion module with closed-loop thrust control (K Palmer, NanoSpace)
Advancing the ADN-based monopropellant thruster family for space flight (K Anflo, ECAPS)
Concluding a 5 year in-space demonstration of an ADN-based propulsion system on Prisma (K Anflo, ECAPS)