direkt zum Inhalt springen

direkt zum Hauptnavigationsmenü

Sie sind hier

TU Berlin

Page Content

Current Projects

Lupe [1]

BEESAT-2 [2]

The primary scientific objective of the mission is the technical verification of an innovative attitude control system for picosatellites under space conditions. more to: BEESAT-2 [3]

BEESAT-4 [4]

BEESAT-4 is the most recent mission of the BEESAT-series. The main objective is the implementation of a precise positioning and orbit determination package and its on orbit verification. more to: BEESAT-4 [5]

DECAN [6]

The DECAN project allows aerospace engineering students at the TU Berlin to develop, manufacture, test and launch a two-stage sounding rocket. more to: DECAN [7]

FDA [8]

This project deals with laboratory investigations for a future attitude control system for nano- and pico satellites. more to: FDA [9]

Erasmus Mundus MANECA [10]

In the frame of the project, more than 100 students at all academic levels, academic and administrative staff from Central Asian universities have received scholarships for study, research and training at one of the European partner universities. more to: Erasmus Mundus MANECA [11]

iBOSS-2 [12]

The project aims at the development of a concept for modular satellites enabling autonomous maintenance and servicing using robotic systems. more to: iBOSS-2 [13]

MKI [14]

This project deals with the research and development of satellite components for CubeSats. Combining satellite components to form compact modules shall increase the possible payload capacities of pico-satellites. more to: MKI [15]

PiNaSys [16]

The PiNaSys project encompasses the development, manufacturing and demonstration of miniaturized components for distributed pico- and nanosatellite systems. more to: PiNaSys [17]

PROMENG (EU) [18]

The project envisages to improve Master programmes of Electrical Engineering aligning them with modern societal conditions of the target partner countries RU, UA and UZ. more to: PROMENG (EU) [19]

SEAR [20]

SEAR incorporates developing an autonomous land vehicle that shall be able to handle a difficult course that resembles an exploration scenario on a Martian surface. The long term goal is the development of a space suitable rover for use on an Earth-near planet. more to: SEAR [21]

SALSAT [22]

The objective of the SALSAT mission is to investigate the global RF spectrum in the VHF, UHF and S-Band using a novel payload for spectrum analysis in orbit. The nanosatellite SALSAT will be equipped with the payload as well as launched and operated within the scope of the project. In addtion, SALSAT features secondary payloads for the high-precision orbit determination, earth observation and fluid dynamic actuation for attitude control. more to: SALSAT [23]

S-NET [24]

The objective of the S-Net mission is to investigate and demonstrate the inter-satellite communication technology within a distributed an autonomously operating nanosatellite network. more to: S-NET [25]

TechnoSat [26]

The TechnoSat nanosatellite mission has the primary objective to demonstrate and test novel nanosatellite technologies and components in low earth orbit. more to: TechnoSat [27]

TUBIN [28]

TUBIN is a university satellite mission with the objective to demonstrate novel earth remote sensing technologies for nanosatellites. more to: TUBIN [29]

Head of the Chair

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Klaus Brieß
Phone: +49 (0)30 314-21339
Chair of Space Technology
Room F 515
e-mail query [30]

Contact

Bettina Taube
Room F 516
Marchstraße 12-14
D-10587 Berlin
Phone: +49 (0)30 314-21305
Fax: +49 (0)30 314-21306
------ Links: ------

Zusatzinformationen / Extras

Quick Access:

Schnellnavigation zur Seite über Nummerneingabe

Auxiliary Functions

Copyright TU Berlin 2008