Lars: I was born 23 years ago somewhere around Stuttgart and came to Munich two years ago to study Electrical and Computer Engineering, now in 5th semester. Besides developing CubeSats I enjoy sports like hiking or workouts and rarely also playing piano. Jacob: I’m 25 years old, from the province of Manitoba in Canada, and […]
Since the 3rd of June all subsystems have been working on our most recent review, the System Definition Review (SDR). If you are interested in more details, have a look at our post about the SDR. On Friday, the 9th of October, this milestone was officially completed. All our subsystems had the chance to present […]
Matti Ukkola is 20 years old and is studying electrical engineering in the 4th semester at Technical University Munich. He joined the DOSIS team shortly after it was founded. -I was searching for student projects during the semester break and found the WARR web page, which is also advertises the move project. Then I visited […]
According to NASA a space project is divided into seven phases beginning with concept studies and ending with the decommissioning. In order to enter the next phase, milestones are defined which typically come along with a document explaining how this milestone is achieved. It is then reviewed by experts to receive feedback e.g. where are […]
As everyone right now, we stay at home and try to make the best out of the situation. Being physically apart does not mean we stopped working. After our General Meeting went online on April 21th, May is full of new ideas regarding interaction and getting together. Like before we see and hear each other […]
It has been a while since we gave an update. But we had a lot to do and can report now a lot: > New DOSIS hardware for general testing > New antenna hardware on the roof for our satellites in orbit > New collaboration with DEDRA > Hohoho and what the future holds Earlier […]
We wish you all a good and fresh start in the semester! If you are interested in joining us, than come to our KickOff for this semester: WARR General: 21.10, 18 O’Clock, MW0250 Satellite technology: 28.10, 18 O’Clock, MI HS1,MW 0608m, EI N2408@0104 See you there!