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In January 2014, the University of Southampton Small Satellite (UoS3) project was officially initiated by Clemens M. Rumpf and Aleksander A. Lidtke to provide students across faculties with the opportunity to develop the first University of Southampton CubeSat and contribute to the critical research in object re-entry from LEO.

 

As of 2017 there have been over 60 individuals involved through academic projects internships and volunteering from 6 different faculties and student societies.

 

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PROJECT LEADS

 

Clemens M. Rumpf: Project co-founder, project lead, systems engineering

 

Dr. Scott Walker: Project lead,  2016-17 FEE GDP Supervisor

 

Aleksander Lidtke: Project co-founder, now at Kyushu Institute of Technology

 

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND THE ENVIRONMENT: SENIOR STAFF

 

Dr. Adrian Tatnall (Retired): 2014-15 FEE GDP Supervisor

 

Dr. Hugh Lewis

 

FACULTY OF  ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE: SENIOR STAFF

 

Dr. Steve Gunn: 2014-15 ECS GDP Supervisor

 

Dr. Robert Maunder: 2015-16 ECS GDP Supervisor

 

Dr. Alex Weddel: Power system internships Supervisor, 2015 power GDP Supervisor

 

FACULTY OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY: SENIOR STAFF

 

Dr. Robert C Fear: Attitude control semester project Supervisor

 

WINCHESTER SCHOOL OF ART: SENIOR STAFF

 

Mia Taylor: Co-ordination of UoS3 artwork project

 

Derek T. Yates: Co-ordination of UoS3 artwork project

 

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND THE ENVIRONMENT: 2014 GDP ON INITIAL SATELLITE DESIGN

 

Jonny Coates: Chief Systems Engineer, Power subsystem testing procedures and initial design

 

Raluca Cojocariu: Antenna Deployment Mechanism, Power subsystem design development

 

Georgina Coles: Part acquisition and publicity

 

Mark Coulter: Administration and Telecommunications subsystem programming

 

Perry Fung: Systems Engineering

 

Joel Galley: Telecommunications subsystem requirements definition, structural subsystem analysis

 

Joe Mann: Systems Engineering

 

Kavindha Ratwatte: Structural subsystem analysis

 

Stuart Reid: Mission analysis, space debris mitigation and attitude control system sizing and simulation

 

Luke Taylor: Power subsystem concept trade-offs

 

FACULTY OF ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE: 2014 GDP ON FLIGHT COMPUTERS

 

Benjamin Andrews: Watchdog design, PCB assembly and testing

 

James Bantock: Background research,  project management, Fly Your Satellite! attendee

 

John Blackwood: GPS and gyroscope interface design and PCB testing

 

Lewis Cooper: Magnetometer interface design and system testing

 

William Hector: Core software design, PCB schematics layout, schematic and assembly

 

FACULTY OF ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE: 2015 GDP ON POWER SUBSYSTEM

 

James Boyle: Power budget, automated test board hardware design

 

Thomas Cottee-Gillbe: Specifications generation, charger hardware design and MCU software development

 

Joshua Oldfield: Team and financial management

 

Reece Williams: MPPT module schematics, UVP module schematics

 

Adrian Wheeldon: UVP, Regulator and OCP PCB layout

 

FACULTY OF ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE: 2015 GDP ON TELECOMMUNICATIONS SUBSYSTEM

 

Andrew Betts: Error checking and correction protocols

 

Amine Gana: Radio frequency component selection

 

Elliot Taylor: Radio frequency component selection

 

Merlin Webster: transceiver interface

 

Josh Wood: PCB design

 

FACULTY OF ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE: 2015 INTERNSHIP ON POWER SUBSYSTEM:

 

Omar Shetta: Design and production of power distribution board

 

FACULTY OF PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY: 2015 SEMESTER PROJECT ON ATTITUDE CONTROL

 

Matthew Brown: Magnetometer calibration

 

Ruth Wrigley: Magnetometer calibration

 

 

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND THE ENIRONMENT: 2016-17 GDP on CUBESAT ASSEMBLY, INTEGRATION AND TESTING FOR ESA LAUNCH OPPORTUNITY

 

Kishan Bhanderi: Power and attitude control subsystems, Fly Your Satellite! attendee

 

Robert Cooper: Attitude control system development and testing, power subsystem and testing, Fly Your Satellite! attendee

 

Ryan Fung: Telecommunications subsystem testing

 

Freddie Hatt: Attitude control subsystem development and testing

 

Lee Kwong Yong: Structural testing

 

David John Lawrence: GDP lead and systems engineering, Fly Your Satellite! lead attendee

 

Guillame Redonnet-Brown: Systems engineering Fly Your Satellite! attendee

 

Harry Wilson: Power subsystem testing

 

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND THE ENVIRONMENT: 2016 SUMMER INTERNSHIP

 

Ben Dawson: Design and manufacture of shaker table interface

 

FACULTY OF ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE: 2016 SUMMER INTERNSHIP

 

Denisa Prisiceanu: Power subsystem testing

 

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND THE ENVIRONMENT: 2017 INTERNSHIPS

 

Adrian Dumitrescu: Mission requirements definitions, thermal and structural modelling

 

Suzanna Lucarotti: design, implementation and testing of payload processes

 

Chris Tacon: preparation of requirements documentation for Fly Your Satellite! CDR

 

Haider Razzaq:  Power budget definition and vacuum testing, satellite demise analysis

 

Ariana Vitokva: Antenna deployment and shaker interface functionality

 

Michael Woodward: Assemby and handling procedures and inventory internship

 

FACULTY OF ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE: 2017 INTERNSHIP

 

Thomas Lacy: High-level software requirement generation for Fly Your Satellite! CDR

 

 

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND THE ENVIRONMENT: VOLUNTEERS ON ANTENNA DEPLOYMENT MECHANISM

 

Ben Dawson

 

Michael Sessions

 

Shuai Shao

 

Chris Tacon

 

Huaiyang Zeng

 

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND THE ENVIRONMENT: ASTRONAUTICS RESEARCH GROUP VOLUNTEERS

 

Gian-Luigi Somma: System engineering, parts list management and parts inventory system

 

SOUTHAMPTON UNIVERSITY SPACEFLIGHT SOCIETY

 

Phil Crump: Telecommunications subsystem advisor

 

Suzanna Lucarotti

 

Nirmalina R. Beena

 

Tu Lan

 

 

WESSEX SCENE STUDENT NEWSPAPER

 

Michael Oliver: Publication of news story on the UoS3 project

faculty of engineering and the environment
Southampton university spaceflight society
 electronics and computer science

The UoS3 project is undertaken with the support of the Education Office of the European Space Agency, under the educational Fly your Satellite! Programme; an ESA educational programme complementing academic education.

ABOUT US
Southampton university spaceflight society
 electronics and computer science
faculty of engineering and the environment
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ABOUT US
Southampton university spaceflight society
 electronics and computer science
faculty of engineering and the environment
PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY
SOUTHAMPTON UNIVERSITY WIRELESS SOCIETY
ABOUT US
Southampton university spaceflight society
faculty of engineering and the environment
 electronics and computer science
PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY
SOUTHAMPTON UNIVERSITY WIRELESS SOCIETY
ABOUT US
Southampton university spaceflight society
faculty of engineering and the environment
 electronics and computer science
PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY
SOUTHAMPTON UNIVERSITY WIRELESS SOCIETY
ABOUT US
faculty of engineering and the environment
 electronics and computer science
Southampton university spaceflight society
PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY
SOUTHAMPTON UNIVERSITY WIRELESS SOCIETY
ABOUT US
faculty of engineering and the environment
 electronics and computer science
Southampton university spaceflight society
PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY
SOUTHAMPTON UNIVERSITY WIRELESS SOCIETY
ABOUT US
faculty of engineering and the environment
 electronics and computer science
Southampton university spaceflight society
PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY
SOUTHAMPTON UNIVERSITY WIRELESS SOCIETY
ABOUT US
faculty of engineering and the environment
 electronics and computer science
Southampton university spaceflight society
PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY
SOUTHAMPTON UNIVERSITY WIRELESS SOCIETY
ABOUT US
faculty of engineering and the environment
 electronics and computer science
Southampton university spaceflight society
PHYSICS AND ASTRONOMY
SOUTHAMPTON UNIVERSITY WIRELESS SOCIETY