This page has links to download reports I’ve written for my university projects and papers I’ve co-authored for conferences. If you’d like to know more about any of the documents on this page, feel free to get in touch via my contact form.
Cranfield University MSc Individual Research Project
The largest component of my Cranfield MSc was an Individual Research Project (IRP). After discussion with Dr Felicetti who’d supervised my GDP team, we chose a custom topic for the IRP, with me researching mission and GNC design for an on-orbit servicing spacecraft.
I am still working on my IRP report but will publish it here as soon as the mark for it has been released in September.
Cranfield University MSc Group Design Project
A large component of my MSc Astronautics and Space Engineering course at Cranfield University was a Group Design Project (GDP) working with 14 other students. I took on the role of lead systems engineer, with our team designing a constellation of satellites to track resident space objects (satellites and debris) to aid space traffic management and space situational awareness.
Cranfield GDP paper for IAC 2020
With the support of our supervisor, Dr Leonard Felicetti, my GDP team submitted a paper to the IAC 2020 “CyberSpace Edition”. This gives a summary of our constellation for space traffic management and describes how we achieve our objectives using an innovative optical payload design.
The paper is currently being written and will be published here along with the companion presentation once IAC 2020 has concluded in late October.
RAL Space CubeSat Camera – iCubeSat Conference 2018, Paris
As part of my BEng course, I undertook a year placement as an electronic engineering sandwich student at RAL Space. One of my projects while working there was the CubeSat Camera, CCAM, which I worked on as part of a small team. We delivered a presentation and presented a paper on our work at the iCubeSat Conference in Paris in 2018. You can find the paper and presentation below and a recording of us giving the presentation on the iCubeSat website.