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Sascha Kapitola, M.Sc.

Lupe [1]

Research fellow

Room: F 517
Phone: +49 30 314-79464
Email query [2]
LinkedIn [3]

Tasks

  • Lecture course Space Mission Planning and Operations I
  • Lecture course Space Mission Planning and Operations II
  • Supervision of theses
  • Research in the field of satellite operations and on-board software
  • Coordination of satellite operations and ground segment infrastructure at the chair

Projects

  • Software Engineer and Operations Engineer for BEESAT-4 [4]
  • Software Engineer and Operations Engineer for BEESAT-9 [5]

Education

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

Career

  • Since 2016: Scientific assistant (Teaching assistant), TU Berlin
  • 2013–2016: Student assistant in project BEESAT-4 [6], TU Berlin
  • 2013: Student assistant in project SEAR [7], TU Berlin
  • 2009 - 2013: Student employee for software development, Kithara Software GmbH, Berlin

Memberships

German Informatics Society (GI)

Scientific publications

Sebastian Grau and Sascha Kapitola and Sascha Weiß and Daniel Noack (2019). Control of an Over-Actuated Spacecraft using a Combination of a Fluid Actuator and Reaction Wheels [8]. 70th International Astronautical Congress (IAC)


Sascha Kapitola, Sebastian Grau and Sascha Weiß (2019). Automated Operations of BEESAT-9: A CubeSat with a Fluid-Dynamic Actuator and GPS receiver [9]. IAA


Sascha Weiß, Sascha Kapitola, Sebastian Grau (2019). BEESAT-9: A CubeSat's Qualification Model Was Launched [10]. Proceedings of the 2nd IAA Latin American Symposium on Small Satellites


Martin von der Ohe, Sascha Weiß, Sascha Kapitola, Livio Gratton (2019). TU Berlin Satellite Programmatics and Multi-Ground Station Concept [11]. Proceedings of the 2nd IAA Latin American Symposium on Small Satellites


Tony Erdmann, Sascha Kapitola, Cem Avsar (2019). Implementation of a Satellite Operations Student Project in the Multi-Mission Context at TU Berlin [12]. Proceedings of 70th International Astronautical Congress


Martin Buscher, Sebastian Grau, Sascha Kapitola, Lennart Kryza, Marc Lehmann, Robert Lippmann, Sebastian Lange, Jens Großhans, Cem Avsar, Olga Homakova, Harry Adirim, Klaus Brieß (2018). Hands-on Education and Student Research at TU Berlin: Satellites, Rovers, Rockets and Space System Experiments developed by students in an international environment [13]. 69th International Astronautical Congress


Barschke, Merlin F.; Werner, Philipp and Kapitola, Sascha (2018). BEESAT-3 commissioning – better late than never [14]. Proceedings of the 69th International Astronautical Congress


Sascha Weiß and Sascha Kapitola (2017). One year of BEESAT-4 operation: Long-term analysis of housekeepings, GPS and attitude control data [15]. IAC


Sascha Kapitola, Sascha Weiß and Klaus Brieß (2017). Flight Experience and Operations with the Cubesat BEESAT-4 [16]. IAA


Sascha Weiß, Sascha Kapitola and Klaus Brieß (2016). BEESAT-4: 3-Axis attitude control and GPS based positioning and orbit determination [17]. IAC


Sascha Kapitola, Sascha Weiß, Nikolas Korn and Klaus Brieß (2016). Von BEESAT-2 zu BEESAT-4: Weiterführende Nutzung als In-Orbit Testplattform [18]. DLRK


Sascha Weiß, Sascha Kapitola, Nikolas Korn, Sebastian Trowitzsch and Klaus Brieß (2016). BEESAT-2 to BEESAT-4: In flight demonstration of attitude control to GPS based positioning and orbit determination [19]. 4S Symposium Malta


Lennart Kryza; Sascha Kapitola; Cem Avsar; Klaus Brieß (2015). Developing Technologies for Space on a Terrestrial System: A Cost Effective Approach For Planetary Robotics Research [20]. 1st Symposium on Space Educational Activities


Head of the Chair

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Enrico Stoll
Phone: +49 30 314-21339
Room F 515
office@space.tu-berlin.de [21]

Postal Address

Chair of Space Technology
Sekr. F6
Marchstraße 12-14
10587 Berlin
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