06 Sep CubeSat & Other Small Satellites Innovation Forum: Current University Research in Small Sats
As part of its Innovation Forum Series, the Advanced Manufacturing Partnership for Southern California (AMP SoCal) will highlight the rapidly growing aerospace sector of small satellites (under 1,100 lbs) which is revolutionizing the industry by making spaceflight and extra-atmospheric observations more data rich, affordable, and accessible to businesses, universities, and researchers.
The satellite field was revolutionized in 1999 when CubeSats, an amazing, extra-terrestrial tool packed into a roughly 10 centimeter cube were developed Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo and Stanford University’s Space Systems Development Lab.
Come hear about the next wave of new technology from researchers at Cal Poly and USC as well as top commercial innovators who are enabling space exploration via small satellites during the next AMP SoCal Innovation Forum.
Panel: Current University Research in Small Sats
Advanced Technology Specialist, Boeing PhantomWorks
Research Professor of Astronautics, USC
Professor Aerospace Engineering, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
The Advanced Manufacturing Partnership for Southern California (AMP SoCal) collaborates with organizations in both public and private sectors, across government, academia and industry, to strengthen the region’s aerospace and defense manufacturing economy. Led by the Price School – USC Center for Economic Development, in partnership with the city of Los Angeles and more than 100 supporting organizations, AMP SoCal focuses on the southernmost 10 counties in California. The region forms one of the initial 12 federal “Manufacturing Community” designations from the Investing in Manufacturing Communities Partnership (IMCP) initiative. AMP SoCal’s shared goal is to provide aerospace and defense manufacturers and their supply chain with the provision of tools, talent, and capacity to master the future.