The Environments & Instrumentation Group comprises of the following people with their research interests.
Publications can be viewed by selecting a staff profile and clicking the publications tab.
A complete list of all staff profiles can be found on the centre's people page.
|Dr. Craig Underwood||Radiation Environment and Effects; Space Science and Remote Sensing Instrumentation; Miniaturisation of Space Systems (Nano-Sats, Pico-Sats).|
|Hanbing Song||PhD Student 2004-||Autonomous Control and Navigation of a Mars VTOL Aerobot.|
|Jinghua Chen||PhD Student||Optical Navigation of an Aerobot|
|Brian Oelrich||PhD Student 2002-||Design and Characterisation of a Miniature Uncooled Thermal-IR Imager Using COTS Micro-Bolometer Array Technology.|
|Shazia Maqbool||PhD Student 2002-||Investigation into Robust COTS-Device-Based Data Handling Architectures for Small Satellites Operating in a Radiation Environment. Shazia is also supporting the SPAESRANE Research Programme.|
|Hasmalia Hashim||PhD Student 2001-||Single Camera Passive Machine Vision System for Autonomous Satellite Rendezvous and Relative Navigation.|
|Jeremy Fielding||PhD Student 2001-||MASSIVA - Mars Surface Sampling and Imaging VTOL Aerobot.|
|Previous members (and other research students supervised by Dr. Underwood) include|
|Rui Wang||PhD Student 2002-||Modelling of Spacecraft Structures Incorporating Damped Bolted Joints (Co-Supervised with Prof. Andrew Crocombe, School of Engineering and Dr. Guy Richardson, SSTL).|
|Olivia Mitchell||MPhil Student 2000-01||A Novel Method for Achieving SAR Imagery by Means of a Micro-Satellite Constellation.|
|Dr. Vaios Lappas||PhD Student 1999-02||A Control Moment Gyro (CMG) Based Attitude Control System (ACS) for Agile Small Satellites (Co-Supervised with Prof. Herman Steyn, Stellenbosh University, South Africa).|
|Dr. Alexander Cropp||PhD Student 1997-01||Pose Estimation and Relative Orbit Determination of a Nearby Target Microsatellite Using Passive Imagery (Co-Supervised with Dr. Phil Palmer, SSC).|
|Dr. Peixin Hou||PhD Student 1996-99||Application Based Image Compression for Micro-Satellite Optical Imaging (Co-Supervised with Prof. Maria Petrou, School of Electronics and Physical Sciences).|
|Dr. Veronica Asenek||PhD Student 1995-98||Predicting the Reliability of Electronic Sub-Systems and "Commercial-Off-The-Shelf" Microprocessors on Low-Cost Small Satellites.|
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