Education – Professional preparation
*University of Pisa – Dpt. of Mathematics / FP7 Marie-Curie ITN Stardust network
Celestial Mechanics Ph.D., in progress (2017)
*Institut Supérieur de l’Aéronautique et de l’Espace (Toulouse)
Space Systems Engineering Advanced Master, 2013
*Ecole Supérieure d’Ingénieurs Léonard de Vinci (Paris)
Mechanical Engineering M.S., 2012
*University of Louisiana – McNeese State University (Lake Charles)
Mechanical Engineering Exchange, 2011
*Institut Polytechnique des Sciences Avancées (Paris)
Aerospace Engineering B.S., 2009
*Université Pierre et Marie Curie Paris 6 (Paris)
Medecine, Sciences First year PCEM1, 2007
*Early Stage Researcher / October 2013 – 2017 (ongoing)
University of Pisa / Stardust network - Largo Pontecorvo Bruno, 5, Pisa, Italy
Thesis : “ Computation of methods for preliminary orbit determination and conjunctions detection for space debris ”
- Investigation on a method to compute initial orbit for LEO satellites using radar observations; application for pure Keplerian orbits and for orbits perturbed by the Earth oblateness.
- Identification of pairs of space debris (from a TLE catalog) that might have a close encounter during a given time span.
*Trainee / May 2015 – August 2015
Deimos Space S.R.L / Stardust network - Tres Cantos, Madrid, Spain
- Capability to produce simulated radar data using Deimos tools.
- Comparison of initial orbits computed by some existing methods and the one available at Deimos.
*Trainee / September 2015 – December 2015
Universidad Politecnica di Madrid / Stardust network - Madrid, Spain
Knowledge of Dromo formulation for the propagation of ephemerides of Earth satellites
Creation of the initial states of objects deliberately including some collisions and generation of ephemerides using Dromo, considering J2 effect (aim: inputs to test the existing screening filter sequences).
*AOCS engineer - Trainee / May 2013 – September 2013
Thales Alenia space – Advanced project team - Cannes, France
Topic : “ Evaluation in Phase 0/A/B of the AOCS subsystem of a chaser for Active Debris Removal purpose “
- Study of the behavior of a chaser including a robotic arm and for a specific space debris
- Definition of the torques applied to the chaser during an ADR action
-G. Baù, H. Ma, G. F. Gronchi, « Procedure to evaluate possible close encounters between space debris », in preparation.
-H. Ma, G. F. Gronchi, L. Dimare, D. Bracali Cioci, « Preliminary orbits with line-of-sight correction for LEO satellites observed with radar », in preparation (currently on ArXiv).
-G. F. Gronchi, L. Dimare, D. Bracali Cioci, H. Ma, « On the computation of preliminary orbits for Earth satellites with radar observations », MNRAS (August 01, 2015) Vol. 451 1883-1891.
-G. F. Gronchi, L. Dimare, D. Bracali Cioci, H. Ma, « On the computation of method to compute preliminary orbits for Earth satellites using radar observations », Proceedings.
-H. Ma, G. F. Gronchi, 2014, in Complex Planetary Systems, Vol. 9 of Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, « Comparison of different methods to compute a preliminary orbit of space debris using radar observations », pp 154–155.
-H. Ma, « On the computation of preliminary orbits for space debris using radar observations », Proceedings of the 66th International Astronautical Congress, 2015, Jerusalem, Israel.
-H. Ma, A. Rossi, « Dynamics and Long-Term Evolution of the Space Debris », Asteroid and Space Debris Manipulation: Advances from the Stardust Research Network, Progress in Astronautics and Aeronautics, AIAA, 2016, Chap.1, pp.1-28.
-C. Rumpf, H. Ma, S. Kibe, « JAXA’s Approach to the Space Debris Situation », Asteroid and Space Debris Manipulation: Advances from the Stardust Research Network, Progress in Astronautics and Aeronautics, AIAA, 2016, Chap.12, pp.247-290.
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