Poster Session II

Poster Session II - Thursday 11th July 2019

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1-min Presentation before what sessionPart of Which SessionTitleNameAffiliationStatus
B1V.1Solar System Exploration I - Mercury,
Venus, Giant Planets, and Titan
Solar System Exploration I - Mercury,
Venus, Giant Planets, and Titan
Altitude Control Balloon Testbed For Planetary AtmospheresJasper ThomasCamosun CollegeStudent
B2V.2Solar System Exploration I - Mercury,
Venus, Giant Planets, and Titan
Solar System Exploration I - Mercury,
Venus, Giant Planets, and Titan
Investigation Of Suggested Atmospheric Microbes On Venus And Similarities With Earth's AtmosphereDenise LainezSan Jose State UniversityStudent
B3V.3Solar System Exploration I - Mercury,
Venus, Giant Planets, and Titan
Solar System Exploration I - Mercury,
Venus, Giant Planets, and Titan
Venus Cloud Village: An EDL Sequence For Bringing Humans To The Venusian AtmosphereStephen HuntUniversity of Southern
California
Student
B4V.4Solar System Exploration I - Mercury,
Venus, Giant Planets, and Titan
Solar System Exploration I - Mercury,
Venus, Giant Planets, and Titan
A Compact, Versatile Net Flux Radiometer For Ice Giant ProbesShahid AslamNASA, Goddard Space Flight
Center
B5V.5Solar System Exploration I - Mercury,
Venus, Giant Planets, and Titan
Solar System Exploration I - Mercury,
Venus, Giant Planets, and Titan
Science Drivers And Measurement Targets For The In-Situ Study Of Venus' Unidentified Cloud AbsorberKandi JessupSouthwest Research Institute
B6V.6Solar System Exploration I - Mercury,
Venus, Giant Planets, and Titan
Solar System Exploration I - Mercury,
Venus, Giant Planets, and Titan
Latitudinal variation in abundance of hydrogen sulphide and methane in the atmospheres of Uranus and Neptune: Implication for future entry probesPatrick IrwinUniversity of Oxford
B7V.7Solar System Exploration I - Mercury,
Venus, Giant Planets, and Titan
Solar System Exploration I - Mercury,
Venus, Giant Planets, and Titan
Investigation of Aerocapture G&C for Ice Giants MissionsBenjamin TackettAMA Inc. at NASA Langley Research Center
B8V.8Solar System Exploration I - Mercury,
Venus, Giant Planets, and Titan
Solar System Exploration I - Mercury,
Venus, Giant Planets, and Titan
The Annwn Probe: A Scalable Titan Mission Concept for Tracking the Hydrocarbon CycleDavid DaviesUCL/MSSLStudent
B9VI.1Entry, Descent, and Landing TechnologiesEntry, Descent, and Landing TechnologiesSERENADE-Ex: an entry capsule designed to characterize the Martian atmosphere and to
provide flight data
Tanguy KrzymuskiCentraleSupélecStudent
B10VI.2Entry, Descent, and Landing TechnologiesEntry, Descent, and Landing TechnologiesAeroDrop: Dual Aerocapture-Entry Architecture for Multiple Spacecraft MissionsSamuel AlbertUniversity of Colorado, BoulderStudent
B11VI.3Entry, Descent, and Landing TechnologiesEntry, Descent, and Landing TechnologiesObstacle Avoidance With Sequential Convex Optimal Powered Descent GuidancePadraig LysandrouUniversity of Colorado, BoulderStudent
B12VI.4Entry, Descent, and Landing TechnologiesEntry, Descent, and Landing TechnologiesOptimal Lift and Drag Modulation Hypersonic Control Options for High Ballistic Coefficient Entry Vehicles at MarsNicklaus RichardsonUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignStudent
B13VI.5Entry, Descent, and Landing TechnologiesEntry, Descent, and Landing TechnologiesAtmospheric Neural Net Application To Martian Entry, Descent, And LandingShayna HumeUniversity of Colorado, BoulderStudent
B14VI.6Entry, Descent, and Landing TechnologiesEntry, Descent, and Landing TechnologiesDeployable Martian Aero-Decelerators: Design Of A Novel TPS Folding ConceptDanielle O'DriscollImperial College, LondonStudent
B15VI.7Entry, Descent, and Landing TechnologiesEntry, Descent, and Landing TechnologiesAnalytical Assessment Of Hypersonic Separation Dynamics For Drag Modulation SystemsMichelle McClaryUniversity of Illinois at Urbana-ChampaignStudent
B16VI.8Entry, Descent, and Landing TechnologiesEntry, Descent, and Landing TechnologiesSupersonic Retro-Propulsion For Launch Vehicle Stage Recovery And Entry, Descent And Landing ApplicationsKieran MontgomeryImperial College, LondonStudent
B17VI.9Entry, Descent, and Landing TechnologiesEntry, Descent, and Landing TechnologiesAn Accessory Minimization Problem for Robust Numerical Predictor-Corrector Aerocapture
Guidance
Casey HeidrichUniversity of Colorado, BoulderStudent
B18VI.10Entry, Descent, and Landing TechnologiesEntry, Descent, and Landing TechnologiesOperations Plans for the LOFTID 6-meter HIAD Flight DemonstrationRobert Dillman NASA Langley Research Center
B19VI.11Entry, Descent, and Landing TechnologiesEntry, Descent, and Landing TechnologiesScalable Non-Propulsive Dynamic Mass-Shifting Control System For Entry, Descent, And
Landing Systems
Kayla ParceroSan Jose State UniversityStudent
B20VI.12Entry, Descent, and Landing TechnologiesEntry, Descent, and Landing TechnologiesAnalysis of Tip-Off Rates During Discrete-Event Drag Modulation for Venus AerocaptureAnnika RollockUniversity of Colorado, Boulder
B21VI.13Entry, Descent, and Landing TechnologiesEntry, Descent, and Landing TechnologiesFlight Control Techniques for Optimal Aerocapture GuidanceRohan DeshmukhPurdue UniversityStudent
B22VII.1Solar System Exploration II - Airless
Planetary Satellites, Asteroids, and Comets
Solar System Exploration II - Airless
Planetary Satellites, Asteroids, and Comets
Science investigations of small solar system bodies with a landed CubeSat platformOzgur KaratekinRoyal Observatory of Belgium
B23VII.2Solar System Exploration II - Airless
Planetary Satellites, Asteroids, and Comets
Solar System Exploration II - Airless
Planetary Satellites, Asteroids, and Comets
Icy Moon Sub-Surface Probe Radioisotope Heat Source ConsiderationsDaniel KramerUniversity of Dayton
B24VII.3Solar System Exploration II - Airless
Planetary Satellites, Asteroids, and Comets
Solar System Exploration II - Airless
Planetary Satellites, Asteroids, and Comets
Sample Return from a Relic Ocean World: the Calathus Mission to Occator Crater, CeresLucy KissickUniversity of OxfordStudent
B25VII.4Solar System Exploration II - Airless
Planetary Satellites, Asteroids, and Comets
Modeling, Simulation, Testing, and
Validation
Maturation of Heatshield for Extreme Entry Environment Technology (HEEET) through
Extreme Aero-thermal Ground Testing at Arnold Engineering Development Complex (AEDC)
Joseph WilliamsAMA Inc. at NASA Ames Research Center
B26VII.5Solar System Exploration II - Airless
Planetary Satellites, Asteroids, and Comets
Modeling, Simulation, Testing, and
Validation
Heatshield Entry Modeling Using A Design, Analysis, And Optimization ToolboxJeremie MeurisseSTC at NASA Ames Research Center
B27VII.6Solar System Exploration II - Airless
Planetary Satellites, Asteroids, and Comets
Modeling, Simulation, Testing, and
Validation
Hypersonic Flows in Thermochemical Nonequilibrium with Immersed Boundary Method
and Adaptive Mesh Refinement
Monal PatelImperial College LondonStudent
B28VII.7Solar System Exploration II - Airless
Planetary Satellites, Asteroids, and Comets
Modeling, Simulation, Testing, and
Validation
Comparison of Chemical Kinetic Models for Aerothermal Simulations of Entry into Gas
Giants
Alex CarrollUniversity of Michigan - Ann ArborStudent
B29VII.8Solar System Exploration II - Airless
Planetary Satellites, Asteroids, and Comets
Modeling, Simulation, Testing, and
Validation
Commissioning of the Oxford T6 Stalker Tunnel in Reflected Shock Tunnel ModeSuria SubiahOxford UniversityStudent
B30VII.9Solar System Exploration II - Airless
Planetary Satellites, Asteroids, and Comets
Modeling, Simulation, Testing, and
Validation
Status Of Global Reference Atmospheric Model (GRAM) UpgradesHilary JusthNASA Marshall Space Flight Center
B31VII.10Solar System Exploration II - Airless
Planetary Satellites, Asteroids, and Comets
Modeling, Simulation, Testing, and
Validation
Development of Patch Integral Method for Hypersonic Thermal Imaging AnalysisJon CheatwoodVirginia TechStudent
B32VII.11Solar System Exploration II - Airless
Planetary Satellites, Asteroids, and Comets
Modeling, Simulation, Testing, and
Validation
DSMC Simulation Of Hypersonic Flow Over TPS MicrostructuresSahadeo RamjatanUniversity of MinnesotaStudent
IPPW 2019