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The Southern Jersey Professional Societies
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA)
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE),
International Council of Systems Engineers (INCOSE),
International Test and Evaluation Association (ITEA), National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), and the Human Factors Ergonomics Society (HFES)

Wednesday May 17, 2017

Presents

CubeSat—Platform for Low-Cost Evaluation of Space Technology and Systems Engineering

Speaker: Sangho Shin, PhD, Rowan University Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering

The MemSat, the first academic CubeSat from New Jersey, is a nanosatellite set to launch in Q2 2018 as a part of the NASA sponsored ELaNa 23 program. MemSat aims at investigating future space technology that can significantly advance mission capabilities, extend opportunities for future space activities, and improve cost-benefits. MemSat will experimentally evaluate functionalities of emerging memristor memory systems over the standard silicon-based ones in the space environment. Compared to existing memory systems such as DRAM and Flash memory, resistive memory—memristor—is expected to exhibit superior performance in terms of manufacturing cost, energy consumption, storage density, access speed, among many others. In particular, the memristor technology holds the promising potential to provide increased resilience to radiation, and thus robustness against Single Event Upset (SEU). All of which make memristor technology an appealing alternative to conventional memory technologies, to support deep-space exploration missions that require many years of operation and massive storage to record data. This talk also addresses how Rowan is utilizing the CubeSat development project as an experiential education platform for systems-on-a-system integration.

    Location: Blue Heron Pines Golf Club
    550 Country Club Dr, Egg Harbor City, NJ 08215

    (609) 965-1800

    Directions: www.blueheronpines.com

    TIME:  

    6:00 PM    Social Time
    6:30 PM    Dinner
    7:45 PM    Speaker, approx.

    MENU: Buffet style dinner

    COST:

    $19 AIAA/IEEE/INCOSE Members
    $23 ITEA/NSBE/HFES/Guests
    $15 Students

    Reservations due by noon Tuesday, May 16

    Joseph Burns 609-485-4654  (W) Joseph.F.Burns@faa.gov
    Mike Konyak 609-485--5655 (W) snj.aiaa@gmail.com
    Holly Cyrus 609-485-4887 (W) Holly.cyrus@faa.gov
     


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