Who I am?
I`m currently a Postdoctoral Research Associate at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
My area of specialty is Communication Systems and Networks. I work in Space System Laboratory where my time is splitted between research and teaching activities.
As a researcher, I`ve worked on different topics in communication system design for CubeSats (CommCube-1, CommCube-2) and small satellites (CASTOR), statistical risk estimation for communication systems, expert elicitation, atmospheric propagation, Ka band antenna systems and optimization. Currently, I`m interested in developing tools and methodologies to improve actual design capabilities for space communication systems. Specifically, I'm working on Inflatable Antenna for CubeSat, Statistical Risk Estimation for Communication System Design, Data Rate Based Scheduling Techniques, Subjective Probabilities and Expert Elicitation.
As a teaching assistant, I have worked on different satellite projects: CASTOR, ExoplanetSat, Rexis (NEW) and TerSat (NEW).
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Space System Laboratory
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Interplanetary Small Satellite Conference (The new Caltech Conference for which I`m part of the Organizing Committee)