3rd International Federated and Fractionated Satellite Systems Workshop
August 27-28 2015

Cornell University
Ithaca, NY – USA

 

Thursday, August 27, 2015

08:00 Breakfast / Ice breaker
08:20 Welcome and introductory remarks
Daniel Selva, Cornell University – Alessandro Golkar, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
08:40 Introductory Remarks
Olivier de Weck, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
09:00 Keynote Speech
Paul Collopy, University of Alabama Huntsville
10:00 Coffee break
Session 1: Applications
10:20 The Value Proposition of Novel Distributed Space Systems: A Literature Survey on Ilities
Ignasi Lluch i Cruz, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
10:40 Bounding the Value of Collaboration in FSS
Paul Grogan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
11:00 MiniEOSS: A Testbed for the Next Generation of Miniature Responsive Earth Observing Systems-of-Systems
Daniel Selva, Cornell University
11:20 Evaluating Virtual Satellite Mission Opportunities
Hripsime Matevosyan, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
Session 2: Cybersecurity in Fractionated and Federated Spacecraft
11:40 Data Authenticity in Federated Satellite Systems
Olga Korobova, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
12:00 Lunch break
 13:00 Benefits of Fractionated Satellite Systems: Systems Security, Antonio Pugliese, Stevens Institute of Technology
13:20 Architecting Information Security Services for Federated Satellite Systems
Inigo del Portillo, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
13:40 Cybersecurity for Federated and Fractionated Satellite Systems, Jeremy Straub, University of North Dakota
Session 3: Enabling Technologies for Fractionated and Federated Spacecraft
14:00 Attitude Pointing as a Shareable Resource in Federated Satellite Systems
Giovanni Palmerini, Università di Roma “La Sapienza”
14:20 How Orbit Configuration Affects Cooperative Crosslinked Earth Observation Constellations
Andrew K. Kennedy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
14:40 Coffee break
   
15:00 Optimization of satellite’s onboard data processing workload and related system resources, by offloading specific CPU-intensive tasks onto external computational nodes
Gianluca Palermo, Università di Roma “La Sapienza”
15:20 Resource considerate data routing through satellite networks
Christopher Lowe, University of Strathclyde
15:40 Closing remarks
16:00 End of meeting

 

 

 

Friday, August 28, 2015

08:00 Breakfast / Ice breaker
08:20 Group breakout sessions
09:40 Group reports
10:20 Coffee break
10:40 Plenary discussion
11:20 Plenary report
11:40 Final remarks
12:00  End of meeting