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Postgraduate Researcher at Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
December 2012 - Present (1 year 11 months)
Responsibility for the Distributed Space Systems Laboratory and the different systems in it, supervision and consulting various researchers, working with the lab's electronics engineer, performing tours and demonstrations for guests from around the world.
Designing simulators of various types for SAMSON project. I am involved in the areas of system engineering, cluster keeping, ADCS, software simulation and hybrid lab.
STK - MATLAB - SIMULINK integration - closed loop control on SAMSON project.
STK course instructor -Writing and Teaching an experimental STK course
Hybrid Simulation Lab Design
Design and build an autonomous robot based on NI MyRio and Labview
STK simulations designer at MadaTech, National Museum of Science
July 2012 - September 2012 (3 months)
Integration of various media format (STK simulation, video, audio, text) into one homogenic exhibit.
January 2013 to Present
Members: Eviatar Edlerman
Space Autonomous Mission for Swarming and Geolocation with Nanosatellites (SAMSON) is a new satellite mission, led by the Technion (PI: P. Gurfil) and supported by the Israeli space industries. SAMSON will include three nano-satellites, built based on the CubeSat standard. The mission is planned for at least one year, and has two main goals:
(1) Demonstrate long-term autonomous cluster flight of multiple satellites, with algorithms based on DSSL's ERC-funded FADER study; and
(2) Determine the position of a cooperative terrestrial emitter based on time difference of arrival (TDOA) and/or frequency difference of arrival (FDOA).
Additional payloads may include a micro Pulsed Plasma Thruster (PPT) and a new space processor. The configuration of each satellite will be a 6U CubeSat. The mission is planned to be launched in 2016. The three satellites will be launched together with the same semimajor axis, eccentricity and inclination and separated in orbit to form a cluster with relative distances ranging from 100 m for the closest two, to 250 km for the farthest two. One satellite will be designated as "leader", and the others would serve as "followers".
The followers will perform relative orbital element corrections to satisfy the relative distance constraints. The satellites will have the ability to switch roles if commanded from ground.
Translator at TED Conferences
October 2006 - Present (8 years 1 month)
translated more than 50 lectures from English to Hebrew
Mentor at FIRST
agi August 2012
Introduction to Systematic Program Design - Part 1
Coursera Verified Certificates License KGH7BRDECX July 2013
Page2Coursera Verified Certificates License 4U87SBJZF5 May 2013
C++ For C Programmers
Coursera December 2013
Control of Mobile Robots
Coursera March 2014
The Science of the Solar System
Coursera June 2014
Skills & Expertise
Satellite Tool Kit
Integrated Logistics Support
VAMOSS – Volcanic Ash Monitoring Satellite System
53rd Israel Annual Conference on Aerospace Sciences
Authors: Eviatar Edlerman, Dana Chen, Oren Cohen, Tsivia Cohen, Vitali Gaidai, Dima Greenberg, Yohan Kamoun, Tomer Klein, Chana Rose, Prof. Benjamin Landkof, Dr. Michal Segal Rosenheimer
The VAMOSS project (Volcanic Ash Monitoring Satellite System) is designed to give scientists and policy-makers information on the movement of volcanic ash clouds during volcanic eruptions. The ash clouds occurring during the eruption of the Icelandic volcano Eyjafjallajökull in April 2010 closed airspace in over twenty countries in Northern Europe. The economic damage was estimated at $5 billion US dollars. Volcanic eruptions on a similar scale occur every few years in various locations around the world. The VAMOSS system provides worldwide coverage of volcanic ash cloud progression using three LEO satellites. During a crisis, governments and airlines can receive updated and reliable information, enabling more exact assessments regarding the level of danger to aircraft in particular areas. Determination of dangerous or forbidden flight zones can be carried out in real time, changing with the progression of the event. Rapid determination of dangerous flight zones can significantly reduce estimated economic damages. The total estimated cost for the project, including launching all three satellites into orbit, is $600 million (US). The mission duration is five years
Hebrew (Native or bilingual proficiency)
English (Full professional proficiency)
Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
Bachelor of Science (BSc), Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical/Space Engineering, 2007 - 2012
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