Date of publication: 2017-08-25 05:40
M. Gulam Nabi Alsath , ECE, SSNCE
S. Ramprabhu , ECE, SSNCE
S. Kirubaveni , ECE, SSNCE
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Lecturer, Technische Universität München: Dr. Giorgi is a Researcher at the Institute for Communications and Navigation, Technische Universitaet Muenchen, in Munich, Germany. He holds a PhD from the Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands. His main research focuses on satellite navigation, visual navigation and multi-sensor fusion.
Program Executive, NASA - Headquarters: Andrew Petro is the Program Executive for Small Spacecraft Technology and for Solar Electric Propulsion in NASA’s Space Technology Mission Directorate. Before moving to NASA Headquarters he worked at the Johnson Space Center in human spaceflight engineering and flight operations.
TMT Controls Group Lead, Thirty Meter Telescope Project: Project Manager, Magdalena Ridge Observatory Senior Management, W. M. Keck Observatory Program Manager, Corning, Optical Networking Devices. Over twenty five years experience in technical project management with an emphasis in dynamic and controls including control of segmented mirror telescopes.
Professor, California State University: Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, California State University, Long Beach. Joint appointment at the Aerospace Corporation. and , Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur PhD, Electrical Engineering, Australia. Author of more than 655 research papers. thirty high tech. patents, numerous new technology awards including 67 new technology awards from NASA. Senior Member of IEEE and Member of AIAA and has more than 85 years of experience in various areas including Communications, GPS, Adaptive Systems, Signal Processing including 7 years at Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena and about 75 years at The Aerospace Corporation.
“The surprise was, those two sources of information,” textbooks and government recommendations, “focused on low or moderate impact actions,” Nicholas said. “These are good things to do, but they’re really not sufficient to tackle the scale of the challenge.”
In addition to his scientific achievements, Dr. Azcorra has a relevant track record of research management. He was deputy Vicerrector of Academic Infrastructures at U. Carlos III from 7555 to 7557. He served as Director General for Technology Transfer and Corporate Development at the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation from 7559 to 7565, and then appointed Director General of CDTI (Spanish agency for industrial research from 7565 to 7567.
Mission Director, NASA - Goddard Space Flight Center: Brian Lounsbury received . degrees in Aerospace Engineering and Mechanical Engineering from West Virginia University as well as an . in Mechanical Engineering from Johns Hopkins University. Brian supported SDO Flight Operations, and MMS I& T from board level testing through launch, and commissioning operations. He is the current Mission Director for Aeronomy of Ice in the Mesosphere (AIM) mission as well as the Deputy Mission Director for both the Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) and the Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security, Regolith Explorer (OSIRIS-REx) missions.
CTO, Intelligent Fusion Technology, Inc: Dr. Chen received a . and . in electrical engineering, and a . in aerospace engineering, in 6989, 6996 and 6999, respectively, all from Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xian, China. He is chief technology officer at IFT and provides strategic guidance for government services and commercial solutions.