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    SSDL Professors featured in 'We are the Engineers' magazine

    SSDL Professors Dr. Lightsey and Dr. Ho are featured in this semester's 'We are the Engineers' magazine by the College of Engineering for their work in advancing space exploration technology. Dr. Lightsey's work on his team's efforts to build autonomous miniature spacecrafts to match performance of large spacecrafts. Also mentioned was his work with developing propulsive technologies for use on CubeSats. Dr. Ho and his Space Systems Optimization Group's research on using mathematical models to solve space transportation logistics problem.

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    Congratulations Spring 2020 Graduates

    Congratulations to the Spring 2020 graduates : Steve Hall, Giovanny Guecha-ahamada, Luke Renegar, Devin Wu, Phillip Szot and Chris Carter(all MS)

                                    

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    SSDL and GTRI Collaborate to Launch AE's Latest CubeSat
    Dr. Brian Gunter's research group, along with a GTRI team led by Dr. Chris Valenta, have worked together to design and assemble the Orbital Calibration ("OrCa") 12U CubeSat. The spacecraft launched aboard a ULA Atlas V rocket on March 26th and was successfully deployed into a Geosynchronous Transfer Orbit (GTO).
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    Dr. Koki Ho awarded National Science Foundation's CAREER grant

    Dr. Ho has been awarded a five year $500K National Science Foundation CAREER grant to address a grand challenge in complex system design: enabling the design of flexible large-scale complex systems under future operational uncertainties in demands, environment, and performance.

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    Dr. Gunter collaborates on Greenland Ice Sheet Study in Nature

    A group of more than 90 international scientists -- including our very own Dr. Brian Gunter - has released findings that indicate Greenland's ice loss between 1992 and 2018 is enough to push sea levels up by 10.6 millimeters.