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     Date Submitted:19-10-2011
     Last Modified:12-06-2012 (05:50)
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     Current job:Mission Analyst & Operation
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Operators
     KeywordsMission Analyst, Simulation and Orbit Analyst, First Winner AGI 2011 University Grant Competition
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    Sarjana Teknik

    (Bachelor of Engineering)

    Institution

    Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB), Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Aeronautics and Astronautics

    Thesis : Development of A Spacecraft Dynamic Simulator System

     

    Year

    WORK/PROJECT EXPERIENCES

    2011

    Matlab Training Assistant
    Organized by Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering,

    Bandung Institute of Technology

     

    2010 - present

    Research Assistant Mission Analyst Indonesian Student Nanosatellite
    Mission Design and Analysis of the Indonesian Student Nanosatellite
    Donated and Supported by : Ministry of National Education of Indonesia (DIKTI), National Institute of Aeronautics and Space Indonesia (LAPAN)

    2010 - present

    System Engineer Bandung Institute of Technology Satellite (ITBsat)
    Mission Design and Analysis of the Bandung Institute of Technology Nanosatellite (ITBsat) systems

    2010 - present

    Research Assistant Ground Station Satellite University
    Establishment of Amateur Satellite Ground Station at ITB,

    Collaboration with Tohoku Univ (Japan)

    2010

    Simulation and Orbit Analyst, Industrial Apprenticeship
    Orbit Maneuver Rescue Design of PALAPA-D Satellite
    At The Center of Division Aerospace Electronics Technology, National Institute of Aeronautics and Space Indonesia (LAPAN)

    2010 - present

    Academic Assistant, Lecture : AE3161 Astrodynamics
    Supervised by Dr. Ridanto Eko Poetro

    2010

    Catia Training Assistant
    Organized by Faculty of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering,

    Bandung Institute of Technology

     

    SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

    Hutasuhut, M.H.,Sasongko, R.A., Poetro, R.E., HIL Simulation of Spin Stabilized Spacecraft Dynamics by Two Degree of Freedom Gyroscope Simulator, to be presented in oral presentation session, on the 63th International Astronautical Congress (IAC) at Naples, Italy. (October 2012) (abstract is accepted)

    Jenie, Y.I., Mohamad, H., Sabastion, B., Sasongko, R.A., Experiment on the Application of A Cube Type Gyroscope-Free Inertial Measurement Unit on LAPANs RUM Payload-Test, to be presented in poster session, on the 27th Congress of the International Council of the Aeronautical Sciences (ICAS) at Nice, France. (September 2010)

    Triharjanto, R.H., and Hutasuhut, M.H., Analysis of Orbit Maneuver Rescue of PALAPA-D satellite; on the National Institute of Aeronautics and Space Indonesia (LAPAN) Journal

    Hutasuhut, M.H.,Utama, S., Mujaddid, S., Poetro, R.E., Sasongko, R.A., Development of Lapan Tubsat Ground Station Simulator; on the Indonesian Students Conference on Satellite (ISCoS) Paper

     

    Year

    ACADEMIC COMPETITIONS AND AWARDS

    2012

    Selected Participant Asian Winter School 2011
    The Course Consists of : Lectures by the Researchers in the Department of Space and Astronautical Science, Presentations and Discussions by the Participants, Discussions with the Students of Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, JAXA
    Organized by ISAS, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)

    2011

    Team Leader - First Winner AGI 2011 University Grant Competition
    Utilization of STK API to Create a Simulated Ground Station for Flying a Remote Sensing Satellite. A Custom Interface Exposed the Control Elements a Potential Operator Would Require in Order to Maximize Data Capture and Delivery
    Organized by Analytical Graphics, Inc, United States

    2011

    Best Paper Award Indonesian Students Conference on Satellite (ISCoS 2011)
    The Conference Consists of 44 Space Technology-Related Papers that Presented by Student Panelists Around Indonesia
    Organized by Tenth of November Institute of Technology (ITS)

    2009

    Team Leader - Honorable Mention 2nd Indonesian Student CanSat Competition 2009
    The CanSat was Designed, Built, and Tested for Competing CanSat Competition
    Organized by Ministry of National Education of Indonesia, National Institute of Aeronautics and Space Indonesia (LAPAN), Academy of Indonesian Airforce, Bantul Government

     

    Year

    TRAINING

    2012

    Astrogator STK Training
    Organized by Analytical Graphics, Inc and National Institute of Aeronautics and Space Indonesia (LAPAN)

    2011

    Microcontroller AVR ATmega32
    Organized by Electrical Engineering ITB

    2008

    A Practical Guide to Gain Success in Capital Market with Mathematics                  Organized by B-Trade Trading Course and Mathematics ITB

    2007

    Great Job for Great Graduate                      Organized by Aeronautics and Astronautics ITB

     

    Year

    EXTRACURRICULAR

    2003

    Silver Medal (Swimming Competition)                    West Java Selection

    2004

    First Winner (Art of Calligraphy Competition)
    SMUNTIE Cup



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