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EDA Academic is Leader Guest Editor of the Special Issue on 'Small Satellites'

7 March 2018

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Small Satellites are the most disruptive technology in space industries. Recent development in electronics enabled satellites to become smaller and more intelligent.

A Special Issue on ‘Small Satellites’ has been published in Proceedings of the IEEE (March 2018 issue).

Prof. Steven Gao, from the School of Engineering and Digital Arts, is the Leader Guest Editor of this Special Issue.

Guest co-editors of this Issue include Professor Sir Martin Sweeting (OBE), Executive Chairman of Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd, UK, Prof. Shinichi Nakasuka, University of Tokyo, Japan, and Prof. Peter Worden, former Director of NASA’s Ames Research Center, USA.

The Special Issue consists of 11 papers on different technologies of small satellites, authored by leading experts such as Prof. Paulo Lozano, MIT, et al. Prof. Gao is the leading author of an invited paper titled as ‘Advanced antennas for small satellites’. Proceedings of the IEEE is the flagship Journal of IEEE and has an impact factor of 9.237, much higher than other IEEE Journals.


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