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October 12, 2016  

学术讲座通知

报告1:Space 2.0: Reuse, Reduce, Recycle

时间:2016.10.12 9:00-11:00

地点:航天学院4号楼6楼学术报告厅

报告2:How to draft the papers accepted by JGCD and the top Journal

时间:2016.10.13 9:00-11:00

地点:航天学院4号楼6楼学术报告厅(暂定)

报告人简介:Malcolm Macdonald, 1996-2002年于英国格拉斯哥大学获得学士、博士学位,自2008年一直就职于Strathclyde大学,目前是苏格兰卫星应用中心主任,《导航、制导与控制杂志》杂志副主编(Journal of Guidance Control and Dynamics)。其研究工作主要集中于空间任务系统、空间技术的发展和应用,应用于探索\利用空间的新概念、新想法。当前主要研究兴趣是利用基于集群工程、联合航天动力学和空间系统设计,利用多航天器系统实现新型空间服务的设想。

Space 2.0: Reuse, Reduce, Recycle

Web 1.0 created an information infrastructure. Web 2.0 opened participation to everyone by building on that infrastructure to create a web that emphasises usability, interoperability, and user-generated content. Space 1.0 has created an in-orbit infrastructure. Space 2.0 will open participation to everyone by building on that infrastructure to create an environment that emphasises usability, interoperability, and generated content. Space 2.0 will be cheaper, have shorter program durations, rely on in-orbit infrastructure to provide services and products, and be more commercially driven.

Future space systems will be responsive and drive down cost by using in-orbit infrastructure rather than developing complete new spacecraft. Capabilities will be enhanced and augmented as required through collaboration, cooperation, and commerce. In brief, the terrestrial concept of the service utilities will expand in to orbit, with spacecraft becoming interdependent and specialised to reduce system development and launch costs. This seminar will develop these concepts through an exploration of related research at University of Strathclyde in nanosatellites, networked systems, swarming, constellations, & federated satellites. The seminar will then conclude by looking at how this work is been developed and applied to new concepts for polar Earth observation and machine to machine networks, the deployment of large swarms and constellations of spacecraft, and threat avoidance, leader selection and resource allocation within swarms and networked systems.

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