Undangan Kopi Delft 9, 8 Mei 2009

Kepada rekan-rekan PPI Delft,

Untuk Kopi Delft 9, akan dibawakan oleh Dwi Hartanto, yang saat ini sedang menjalani studi master tahun keduanya di Computer Engineering, EWI, TU Delft.
Kopi Delft 9 ini akan dilangsungkan pada:

Hari: Jum’at, 8 Mei 2009
Jam: 16.00 s/d 18.00 CET
Tempat: Ruangan J, Fac. 3ME, TU Delft, Mekelweg 2, 2628 CD,Delft

Berikut adalah judul dan abstrak dari koloqium yang akan disampaikan pada Kopi Delft 9 nanti:

Delfi-n3Xt : The Next Generation of NanoSatellite

for Deep Space Radio Observation, Space Weather Reasearah & Qualification of Microtechnology

Challenge: Indonesian (University) “Space Race“?

Dwi Hartanto

Computer Engineering TU Delft


The first Dutch nanosatellite (Delfi-C3) successor, Delfi-n3Xt, is currently under development at Delft University of Technology and scheduled for launch in the first half of 2010. This improved three-unit CubeSat platform allows novel technology qualification for future small satellites and innovative scientific research.

The platform is improved by implementing a high-speed downlink, three-axis stabilization and a single point-of-failure free implementation of batteries in the electrical power subsystem. Delfi-n3Xt carries five main payloads. The first payload is a microsystem technology based cold gas micropropulsion module. This micropropulsion module for small satellites will be qualified and the performance will be analysed. The second payload is a multifunctional particle spectrometer that is able to identify different types of highly energetic particles while measuring their energy and angle of incidence. Besides qualification, this payload will produce scientific data for research into the space weather during the coming period of high solar activity. The third payload is a set of hydrogenated amorphous silicon solar cells. Degradation measurements will be performed on these solar cells to improve and verify models of lab research. The fourth payload is an advance transceiver module for nanosatellites which is equipped with LOFAR (Low Frequency Array) module for radio astronomy telescope and a switched mode power amplifier. The fifth payload is a proof of concept of a secure low-cost data storage solution using commercial-off-the-shelf flash memory cards with dedicated latch-up protection for these particular CMOS chips.

PS. Dalam KOPI 9 nanti juga akan mengundang pembicara dari dunia industri, khususnsya space industry yang juga merupakan partner dari Delfi-n3Xt (Aryo), serta pak Dedy HBW,  beliau akan melaunching proyek internal kita bertiga untuk memulai “space race” di Indonesia.

Tim Kopi Delft.

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