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Thursday, February 15 • 9:15am - 10:15am
Technical Session

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Christopher Robson, University of Alberta, Simulating Aerodynamic Disturbances on CubeSats 

Robert Magner, UTIAS Space Flight Laboratory, Optimization-Based Approach for Target Tracking Attitude Trajectory Generation for DAUNTLESS Bus Missions

Olivier Daigle, Nüvü Caméras Inc., TRL-5 EMCCD Controller for Space Applications

Speakers
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Olivier Daigle

Chief Technology Officer, Nüvü Caméras Inc.
Olivier Daigle is a co-founder and Nüvü Camēras’ Vice-President and Chief Technology Officer. He is the inventor behind the core technology of the company and ensures the technological development of Nüvü Caméras’ products.
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Robert Magner

M.A.Sc Student, UTIAS Space Flight Laboratory
Robert Magner is currently completing his Master's degree in Aerospace Engineering at the UTIAS Space Flight Laboratory (SFL). His work at SFL focuses on the development of attitude control systems (ACS) for microsatellite missions. Prior to his Master's, Robert completed his B.Eng... Read More →
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Christopher Robson

MSc. Student / EIT, AlbertaSat
Chris Robson earned an undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering from the University of Alberta where he was also a critical part of launching Alberta's first satellite, the Experimental Albertan #1 (Ex-Alta 1) satellite. Ex-Alta 1 was designed, build and launched by the AlbertaSat... Read More →



Thursday February 15, 2018 9:15am - 10:15am
Valleybrook Room