IIIT Delhi in collaboration with the Astronautical Society of India is organizing AICTE workshop on “Aerospace and Electronics Systems and Signal Processing” as a part of the celebration of the 75th year of Independence from 14th to 18th December 2021.
An Article authored by our PhD student Bushra Ansari on NavIC reflectometry simulator testbed is accepted for presentation in the URSI GASS 2021.
Space Systems Laboratory receives research funding by National Super Computing Mission (NSM) under HPC Applications to work on the project titled ‘Orbit computation of Resident Space Objects for Space Situational Awareness’ for two years.
Orbit propagation of space debris, collision probability analysis
position and velocity estimation of launch vehicle, spacecraft and re-entry vehicle
Efficient satellite selection methods, GNSS-based orbit determination, GNSS vulnerability
Remote sensing using reflected GNSS signal
Extended and Unscented Kalman Filters, Particle Filter
Space Situational Awareness, GPS\GNSS, Estimation theory, Target tracking
SSA, Kalman Filter, Orbit Determination
Launch Vehicle Control
Machine Learning, Deep Learning, optimization, NLP
Artificial Intelligence, Optimization Algorithms, Orbit Determination
The objective of the project is to develop optimal control schemes for controling launch vehicle trajectory
This project focuses on developing a Precise Orbit Determination algorithm for LEO satellites
The objective of the project is to develop an accurate GNSS interference source tracking and identification mechanism
Global and Regional Navigation Satellite Systems are well known for their primary purpose i.
There are more than 20000 man-made objects of more than 10 cm in size floating around in near-earth space which pose collision threats to functional satellites.