- Robert Zimmerman - rmz8 (@cornell.edu)
- Dr. Mark Campbell
- Dr. Mark Psiaki
- Liran Gazit - lg345
Integration and Testing
The I&T team is responsible for enabling rapid integration and testing of CUSat. I&T is also responsible for testing CUSat in Cornell University's thermal vacuum chamber.
|Matt Rozek - mlr48|
The CUSat Satellite project employs Systems Engineering extensively. The Systems group is largely responsible for providing the project with direction by creating top level system requirements, creating best practices, maintaining communications, making design choices, and creating processes for creating a successful product. Each of the subsystem leads also participates as a member of the Systems group, which allows the project to maintain consistency and focus.
Lead: Robert Zimmerman - rmz8 (@cornell.edu)
The Mission Ops team defines the detailed, on orbit operations plan for both CUSat satellites. Operating procedures are defined to match with hardware and mission specifications and help ensure successful execution of the mission.
|Wendy Shaun - wxs2|
The Electrical Hardware team manufactures and manages the design of all the electronics on the spacecraft. Each satellite contains nine custom design PCB (printed circuit boards). This team also manufactures the wiring harness for the satellite electronics.
|Howard Kim - hgk5||Matthew Kuzdeba - mpk28|
|Dan Lee - dl285||Xiao Li - xl72|
|Miguel Salas - mos22||Richard Yu - rxy2|
The Mechanical Hardware team manufactures the satellite structure and manages the design. The structure includes eight isogrid panels as well as numerous electronics board enclosures. This team also develops the Pulsed-Plasma Thrusters (PPTs) that are used for attitude and position control.
|Ofer Eldad - oe23||Max Knobel - mwk29|
|Chase Mira - cam224||Nao Murakami - nm226|
|Jeremy Rosenweig - jpr36||Matthew Safran - mls256|
The Ground Segment team ensures proper implementation of CUSat ground operations. This includes building and coordinaing the four ground stations (Ithaca, Redondo Beach, Colorado Springs, and Kwaj) as well as implementing software that allows for easy control and communication with both satellites.
|Eric Brumer - eb229||Zoe Chiang - lzc2|
|Nathaniel Parsons - nsp25||Clinton Tepper - cst25|