UBNL’s research continues to be recognized by the aerospace industry. Recently, our software lead Andrew Tennenbaum had his paper “Automatic Star Tracker Optimization Framework” accepted as a finalist in the student competition at this year’s Small Satellite Conference in Logan, Utah.
This spring, GLADOS program manager Seamus Lombardo also got to present his research, “A Low Cost Method for Reaction Wheel Torque Characterization in Small Satellites” at the IAA Symposium on Small Satellites for Earth Observation in Berlin, Germany. He placed 3rd in the student paper competition. Check out the link: http://engineering.buffalo.edu/home/news/student.host.html/content/shared/engineering/home/articles/news-articles/2017/ub-undergraduate-places-third-in-student-competition-at-the-inte.detail.html