Alex Lee, has received the DoD's National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship for his proposal on 'Improving the precision level of relative positioning of satellites (probably small sats) by using quantum metrology so that formation flying satellites can have improved capability on remote sensing, etc.'
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).
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.
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.
Congratulations to the following SSDL Students who received their graduate degrees in the 2019 Fall semester : John Amin (MS), Dawn Andrews(MS), Julian Brew (PhD), Josh Ingersoll (MS) and Jacob Payne (MS).