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Chair of Space TechnologySascha Kapitola, M.Sc.

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Sascha Kapitola, M.Sc.

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Research fellow

Room: F 508
Phone: +49 30 314-75696

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Tasks

  • Research and Development of a mission planning system in the project NanoFF
  • On-Board Software Development in the project NanoFF
  • Supervision of theses

Projects

  • Software Engineer and Operations Engineer for NanoFF
  • Software Engineer and Operations Engineer for BEESAT-4
  • Software Engineer and Operations Engineer for BEESAT-9

Education

  • 2016: M.Sc. Computer Engineering, TU Berlin
  • 2014: B.Sc. Computer Engineering, TU Berlin

Career

  • since 2021: Research Fellow in project NanoFF, TU Berlin
  • 2016–2021: Research Fellow (Teaching assistant), TU Berlin
  • 2013–2016: Student assistant in project BEESAT-4, TU Berlin
  • 2013: Student assistant in project SEAR, TU Berlin
  • 2009 - 2013: Student employee for software development, Kithara Software GmbH, Berlin

Memberships

German Informatics Society (GI)

Scientific publications

BEESAT-9: A CubeSat's Qualification Model Was Launched
Citation key weiss.2019.iaalass
Author Sascha Weiß, Sascha Kapitola, Sebastian Grau
Title of Book Proceedings of the 2nd IAA Latin American Symposium on Small Satellites
Year 2019
Address Buenos Aires, Argentina
Abstract BEESAT-9 is a 1U-CubeSat that was launched on the 5th of July 2019 from Vostochny, Russia. The satellite is a successor of BEESAT, BEESAT-2 and BEESAT-4, since it uses the same satellite bus with a different payload. It was the engineering model of BEESAT-4 and was not meant to go to space, but in June 2018 the launch provider EXOLAUNCH approached the Chair with an offer for a free launch in February 2019.
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