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APRSAF-23

Space Technology Working Group

ST WG proposed outline (PDF)

Co-Chairs:
Dr. Joel Joseph S. Marciano Jr. Acting Director, Advanced Science and Technology Institute, DOST-ASTI
Dr. Takanori Iwata, Director, Chief Engineer Office, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, JAXA

<Day 1>   November 15, 2016

Time Title Speaker
Opening Session
09:00-09:05 Remarks by the Co-Chair Dr. Joel Joseph S. Marciano Jr. (DOST-ASTI)
Dr. Takanori Iwata (JAXA)
09:05-09:10 General Introduction and Guidance Dr. Takanori Iwata (JAXA)
09:10-09:20 Space Activities in the Philippines Dr. Joel Joseph S. Marciano Jr. (DOST-ASTI)
Small Satellites : Dr. Marciano / Dr. Iwata
09:20-09:40 Updates on Diwata-2's Science Mission and Payload Development Ms. Kaye Kristine Vergel, Student
Cosmoscience, Hokkaido University
09:40-10:00 Development of the Satellite BUS System for Microsatellite Diwata-2 Mr. Ariston Nicolas Gonzalez, Researcher
Aerospace Engineering, Tohoku University
10:00-10:20 1 Year LAPAN-A2 / LAPAN-ORARI Satellite in Orbit Mr. Mohammad Mukhayadi, Engineer
Satellite Technology Center, LAPAN
10:20-10:40 Recent Space Programs in Vietnam National Satellite Center Dr. Huy Xuan Le, Head of Department
Space Systems Design, Vietnam National Satellite Center
10:40-10:50 ISRO’s Small satellite platforms ISRO
10:50-11:00 Coffee Break
Test Facilities : Dr. Iwata / Dr. Marciano
11:00-11:20 Practical Guide and Technology of Environmental Test for Space Hardware Dr. Qinzhong Shi,
Senior Researcher, Manager of Environmental
Test Technology Research Environmental Test Unit, JAXA
11:20-11:40 Nanosatellite Testing Activities with Asian and Pacific Countries at Kyushu Institute of Technology Dr. Hirokazu Masui, Assistant Professor
Laboratory of Spacecraft Environment Interaction Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology
11:40-12:00 The ANU Advanced Instrumentation and Technology Centre: A National Facility Supporting Australian Space Activities Dr. Naomi Mathers, Industry Liaison Engineer
Advanced Instrumentation and Technology Centre Australian National University
12:00-13:00 Lunch Break
SA WG & ST WG Joint Session / Small Satellites : Dr. Sobue / Dr. Marciano
13:00-13:15 Development and Operation of DIWATA-1 Microsatellite Mr. Harold Bryan Solano Paler,
Senior Science Research Specialist,
Solutions and Services Engineering Division,
Advanced Science and Technology Institute
13:15-13:30 Next-generation disaster management using micro-satellites and ground observation network Prof. Yukihiro Takahashi,
Department of Cosmosciences, Hokkaido University
13:30-13:45 On-demand Small Satellite Disaster Monitoring Mission Dr. Takashi Hiramatsu,
Project Senior Assistant Professor
Graduate School of System Design and Management,
Keio University
13:45-14:00 New concepts of satellite and sensor constellations based on regional cooperation in Asia and the Pacific region Mr. Yusuke Muraki,
Associate Senior Administrator
Mission Planning Department, JAXA
14:00-14:15 AxelGlobe - The new way to explore this planet Dr. Yuya Nakamura, President and CEO
Axelspace Corporation
14:15-14:30 Data integration for multiple space fleets Mr. Tsugito Nagano, Deputy Manager
Solution Service Department,
Remote Sensing Technology Center of Japan
14:30-14:40 Q&A
14:40-15:00 Photo Session & Coffee Break
SEU WG & ST WG Joint Session / Launch and Experiment Opportunities : Dr. Sese / Dr. Iwata
15:00-15:05 Introduction of using “Kibo/ISS” Exposed Facility for Asian region Mr. Kazuo Umezawa, Associate Senior Engineer
JEM Utilization Center, JAXA
15:05-15:30 ・For MicroSat Launch and Deployment, J-SSOD
Small satellites deployment mission from “Kibo"

・For Materials Exposure experiment
Kibo Exposure Experiments, ExHAM
Mr. Hiroki Akagi, Engineer
JEM Mission Operation and Integration Center, JAXA
Microsat Development project and framework
15:30-15:45 Activity of International Satellite Development in Kyutech - AOBA-Velox III and BIRDS - Dr. Hirokazu Masui,
Assistant Professer, George Maeda,
Kyushu Institute of Technology
15:45-16:00 Overview of the development for Microsat "DIWATA-1" deployed from Kibo Ms. Kaye Kristine Vergel, Student
Cosmoscience, Hokkaido University
Mr. Ariston Nicolas Gonzalez, Researcher
Aerospace Engineering, Tohoku University
Toward to new mission, new opportunities
16:00-16:15 Progress of Development of Nano Satellite for Education in Indonesia Dr. Riza Muhida, Director
Center for Robotics, Surya University
16:15-16:30 Development of MYSat, a 1U University CubeSat Mission Dr. Norilmi Amilia Ismail, Lecturer
School of Aerospace Engineering, University Sains Malaysia
16:30-16:45 Development of a Spaceport in Northern Australia Mr. Scott Wallis, Chief Executive Officer
Equatorial Launch Australia
16:45-16:55 Launch opportunities for small satellites in India ISRO
Q&A
Wrap-up : Dr. Marciano / Dr. Iwata
16:55-17:00 Summary of Day 1

<Day 2>   November 16, 2016

Time Title Speaker
Opening Session
09:10-09:20 Report of Day 1 and Guidance Dr. Takanori Iwata (JAXA)
Space Technology for the Asia-Pacific region : Dr. Marciano / Dr. Iwata
09:20-09:40 Beacon Receiver for TEC Measurement In Indonesia Mr. Peberlin Parulian Sitompul, Engineer
Space Science Center,
Indonesia National Institute for Aeronautics and Space
09:40-10:00 Business of Space Debris Mr. Yasunori Yamazaki,
Head of Brand Management
Astroscale
10:00-10:20 Utilizing micro-rovers for scientific exploration Mr. Kyle Acierno,
Global Business Development Manager
Business Development, ispace
10:20-10:40 iBOSS - intelligent Building Blocks for On-Orbit Satellite Servicing and Assembly - Global Partnership Opportunity with Germany Mr. Joerg Kreisel, CEO
JKIC
10:40-11:00 Coffee Break
11:00-11:20 New ground station network technologies Mr. Kenneth Olafsson, Sales Director Asia
Satellite Operations, KSAT - Kongsberg Satellite Services AS
11:20-11:40 Supporting small satellite constellations Mr. Krawiec Rafael, Executive Vice President
Satellite Management, Swedish Space Corporation
11:40-12:00 Space Products & Developments in Asia Mr. Christophe Bauer,
Vice President of Business Development
Electron Technologies, Inc. L3 Electron Technologies Inc.
Mr. Larry Dobbs, Director, Space Systems
Business Development, L3 Telemetry and RF Products
12:00-13:00 Lunch Break
Engineering Management : Dr. Iwata / Dr. Marciano
13:00-13:20 Quality Management System: For Better Space Products Mr. Akito Tateoka, Quality Assurance Staff
Reliability and Quality Assurance Department,
Space Systems Division, NEC Corporation
13:20-13:40 JAXA's Experiences in Engineering Management for Micro Satellites Mr. Takashi Ohtani, Associate Senior Engineer
Chief Engineer Office, JAXA
13:40-14:00 Space Systems Engineering-Capabilities and Practice Mr. John Carsten, Sr Prog Mgr Dir BD
Teaching Science and Technology Inc
14:00-14:20 Model-based systems engineering in small satellite development Mr. Toshihiro Obata, Researcher
Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics,
University of Tokyo
14:20-14:40 Coffee Break
Capacity-Building : Dr. Marciano / Dr. Iwata
14:40-15:00 Capacity Building in Space technology through Small Satellite Development and Ground Station Operation in the Philippines Dr. Marc Caesar Reyes Talampas,
Assistant Professor
Electrical and Electronics Engineering Institute,
University of the Philippines Diliman
15:00-15:20 E-learning for space development (tentative) Mr. Takayoshi Fukuyo,
National Space Policy Secretariat, Cabinet Office,
Government Of Japan
15:20-15:40 Capacity building using networks of cubesats, ground stations, and partners Assistant Prof. George Maeda,
LaSEINE, Kyushu Institute of Technology
15:40-16:00 KARI International Space Training Ms. Jenam Jang, Administrator
External Relations Team, Korea Aerospace Research Institute
Wrap-up : Dr. Iwata / Dr. Marciano
16:00-16:30 Overall discussion and future work / Closing of the Session

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