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Dr.-Ing. Zizung Yoon

Research fellow

Room: F 143
Phone: +49 30 314-24438


  • distributed satellite system, satellite communication, Internet of Things (IoT), Spacecraft dynamics and control



  • Project management IoL-NET
  • Project management S NET: S-band network for distributed satellites
  • SLink: S-band transceiver for intersatellite communication of nano satellites
  • TET-1: Development, test and verification of attitude control system of small satellite DLR TET-1
  • WieMod: Reusable models for the virtual knowledgebased product development


2012           M.Sc. in Science Marketing, TU Berlin

2011           Ph.D. (Dr. -Ing.) in Aeronautics and Astronautics, TU Berlin

2006           Diploma Degree in Aeronautics and Astronautics, TU Berlin


Seit 2010    Research fellow in the chair of space technology, TU Berlin

2006-2010  Engineer within project TET-1 und project WieMod at Astro- und
                 Feinwerktechnik Adlershof GmbH

2006          Space System Research Lab. Korea Aerospace Univ. (internship)

Scientific publications

Optimal three-axis attitude control design, simulation; experimental verification for small satellites using magnetic actuators
Citation key Yoon.2008.4S.Magnetic
Author Yoon, Zizung; Terzibaschian, Thomas; Raschke, Christian
Title of Book 4S Symposium - Small Satellite System and Services
Year 2008
Abstract Based on experience with the small satellite BIRD BIRD (Bispectral Infra-Red Detection) of German Aerospace Center (DLR), this paper proposes a mathematical and numerical approach to compute the most effective dipole moment while taking into account the spatial dipole characteristic of the magnetic actuator system. The control torque is obtained via quaternion feedback control. The control algorithm is tested and verified by orbit simulation. A three-axis pointing accuracy of better than 5 deg and a more efficient utilization of the actuator are achieved. The proposed control algorithm will also be implemented in the upcoming TET-1 on-orbit verification (OOV) mission and the DLR “Compactsat”. The algorithm as well as the full attitude control system will be verified via the introduced state-of-art air attitude control test bed.
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