Workshop program

Preliminary program
 14-th Summer Space School

"FUTURE SPACE TECHNOLOGIES AND EXPERIMENTS IN SPACE"

20 AUGUST TO 1 SEPTEMBER 2018

Monday, 20 August

9.30-10.00 Registration of participants, opening ceremony.
10.00-10.30 Presentation. Competitiveness enhancing program of Samara National Research University named after academician S. P. Korolev (209-3A)
10.30-11.00 Presentation. Space Rocket Center "Progress": Samara rockets are launched from four cosmodromes (209-3A)
11.00-11.30 Presentation. The input of UNOOSA for promoting of space science and technology in developing countries (209-3A)
11.30-12.00 Presentation. International Summer Space School: history and achievements (209-3A)
12.00-12.30 Special event devoted 20-th anniversary of ISS: meeting with a Russian cosmonaut (TBD).
12.30-14.00 Lunch.
14.00-14.20 Presentation. 30-th anniversary of heavy rocket “Energiya” first launch: role of space industry in Samara in this project  (Museum of Aviation and Cosmonautics named after S. P. Korolev)
14.20-16.00 Presentations of School participants (Museum of Aviation and Cosmonautics named after S. P. Korolev).
16.00-17.30 Announcement of the group project work / Excursion to Aerospace museum.

Tuesday, 21 August

9.00-10.30 Lecture 1. Introduction to the design of nanosatellites (media center, 408)
10.30-10.50 Break.
10.50-12.20 Lecture 2. Design of electronic subsystems for nanosatellites (Introduction, part 1) (media center, 408).
12.20-14.00 Lunch.
14.00-15.00 Lecture 3. Introduction to SolidWorks: information technologies for the nanosatellite design (media center, 408)
15.00-16.00 Lecture 4. Introduction to Altium Designer software: information technologies of electronic subsystems design for nanosatellites (media center, 408)
16.00-16.10 Break.
16.10-18.00 SolidWorks software for the design of nanosatellites (413-3) / Altium Designer software for the design of electronic subsystems for nanosatellites (506-3A)

Wednesday, 22 August

9.00-10.00 Lecture 5. Features of the nanosatellite dynamics in LEO (media center, 408).
10.00-10.10 Break.
10.10-11.10 Lecture 6. MEMS sensors and actuators for nanosatellite attitude determination and control (media center, 408)
11.10-11.20 Break.
11.20-12.20 Lecture 7. The space environment and its impact on a spacecraft (part 1) (media center, 408) .
12.20-14.00 Lunch.
14.00-15.30 SolidWorks software for the design of nanosatellites (413-3) / Altium Designer software for the design of electronic subsystems for nanosatellites (506-3A)
15.30-15.45 Break.
15.45-18.00 SolidWorks software for the design of nanosatellites (413-3) / Altium Designer software for the design of electronic subsystems for nanosatellites (506-3A)

Thursday, 23 August

9.00-10.00 Lecture 8. Methods and algorithms for nanosatellite attitude determination (media center, 408)
10.00-10.10 Break.
10.10-11.10 Lecture 9. Methods and algorithms for nanosatellite attitude control (media center, 408)
11.10-11.20 Break.
11.20-12.20 Lecture 10 The space environment and its impact on a spacecraft (part 2) (media center, 408)
12.20-14.00 Lunch.
14.00-15.30
SolidWorks software for the design of nanosatellites (413-3) / Altium Designer software for the design of electronic subsystems for nanosatellites (506-3A)
15.30-15.45 Break.
15.45-18.00
SolidWorks software for the design of nanosatellites (413-3) / Altium Designer software for the design of electronic subsystems for nanosatellites (506-3A)

Friday, 24 August

09.00-10.00 Lecture 11. Tests of nanosatellites; facilities, types and programs of tests (media center, 408).
10.00-11.30 Aviation engines history center / Nanosatellite testing center
11.30-13.00 Aviation engines history center / Nanosatellite testing center
13.00-14.00 Lunch.
14.00-15.00 The final session on the information technologies used in the design of nanosatellites (testing) (413-3/506-3A).
15.30-17.00 Excursion to the Museum "Samara Space".


Saturday, 25 August
Excursion. Visit to the Technology Museum in Togliatti.

Sunday, 26 August
Excursion.  Boat trip on the Volga river.

Monday, 27 August

9.00-10.00 Lecture 12. Design of nanosatellites electronic subsystems (part 2) (media center, 408)
10.00-10.10 Break.
10.10-11.10 Lecture 13. Propulsion systems for nanosatellites maneuvering (media center, 408)
11.10-11.20 Break.
11.20-12.20 Lecture 14. The problems of nanosatellite cluster launching and the deployers for nanosatellites separation (media center, 408)
12.20-14.00 Lunch.
14.00-15.30 Lecture 15: Introduction to the software development for nanosatellite microcontrollers (media center, 408).
15.30-15.50 Break.
15.50-17.30 Round table: Problems and experience in the development of nanosatellites. Organizing of the project work in groups (media center, 408)

Tuesday, 28 August

9.00-10.30 Project work in groups: mission analysis, the formulation of requirements to the composition and characteristics of the subsystems of nanosatellites (Group 1 - media center, Group 2 - media center, Group 3 - media center, Group 4 - media center).
10.30-10.50 Break.
10.50-12.20 Project work in groups: selection of onboard subsystems and payload of the nanosatellite (Group 1 - media center, Group 2 - media center, Group 3 - media center, Group 4 - media center).
12.30-14.00 Lunch.
14.00-15.00  Lecture 16. Navigation of the nanosatellites (media center, 408).
15.00-16.00 Lecture 17. Tether systems in space (media center, 408).
16.00-17.30 Practice in groups: modeling of the nanosatellites functionality, calculations of the power, link and mass budgets (Group 1 - media center, Group 2 - media center, Group 3 - media center, Group 4 - media center).

Wednesday, 29 August

9.00-10.30 Operating of nanosatellites and the ground operating center (half of participants) (media center, 408) /  Software development for microcontrollers (half of participants) (506-3A).
10.30-10.50 Break.
10.50-12.20 Practice in groups: 3D simulation of a nanosatellite, technology of assembling and testing (Group 1 - media center, Group 2 - media center, Group 3 - media center, Group 4 - media center).
12.20-14.00 Lunch.
14.00-17.00 Practice in groups: nanosatellite’s life cycle analysis (Group 1 - media center, Group 2 - media center, Group 3 - media center, Group 4 - media center).

Thursday, 30 August

9.00-10.30 Practice in groups. (Group 1 - media center, Group 2 - media center, Group 3 - media center, Group 4 - media center)
10.30-10.50 Break.
11.00-12.20 Operating of nanosatellites and the ground operating center (half of participants) (media center, 408) /  Software development for microcontrollers (half of participants) (506-3A)
12.20-14.00 Lunch.
14.00-17.00 Practice in groups: preparing of the project presentations. (Group 1 - media center, Group 2 - media center, Group 3 - media center, Group 4 - media center)

Friday, 31 August

09.00-12.20 Practice in groups: Project work in groups, preparing of the project presentations. (Group 1 - media center, Group 2 - media center, Group 3 - media center, Group 4 - media center)
12.20-14.00 Lunch.
14.00-15.00 Lecture 18. Multi-agent technologies and their applications in space (209-3а)
15.00-16.00 Presentation of nanosatellite projects (209-3A)
16.00-18.00 Closing ceremony / Delivery of Certificates

 1 September, 2 September

Departure of participants