EPIC Workshop 2018 presentations

Presentations from the 2018 EPIC Workshop Now Available to Download

Presentations from the 2018 EPIC Workshop in London are now available to download from the EPIC website. To help you navigate to the presentations you need, they have been arranged and linked below in the running order of the event.

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We look forward to seeing you in 2019!

Session 1 – Programmatic Updates

Space in the Next MFF Commission Proposals – Apostolia Karamali, EC
EP SRC Activities and Operational Grants – Florence Beroud, REA
2019 Disruptive Call Guidelines – Jorge Lopez, CDTI
EPIC PSA Activities – Jose Gonzalez Del Amo, ESA
IOD/IOV – Jean-Michel Monthiller, EC

Sessions 2 & 3: SRC Operational Grant Updates

CHEOPS – Idris Habbassi, Safran
GIESEPP – Cyril Dietz, Ariane Group
HEMPT-NG – Andreas Haschka, Julien Degremont & Stefan Weiß
GANOMIC – Louis Grimaud, Safran
Hiperloc-EP – John Stark, QMUL
MINOTOR – Denis Packan, ONERA


Session 4 & 5: EP Technologies for Small Satellites & New Markets

Cubesats – Sabrina Corpino, Politecnico di Torino
Low Cost EP – Paolo Bianco, Airbus-DS
LEO Satellite Constellation – Steven Austin, Thales-Alenia-Space in the UK
New EP Applications – Marco Villa, Tyvek
Cubesats – Andrew Strain, Clyde Space
Emerging Technologies & Applications – Andrea Lucca Fabris

Session 6: Technical Presentations Part I

The CO2DGM for CO2-breathing Thrusters – Konstantinos Katsonis, DEDALOS Ltd
Disruptive Electric Propulsion at IRS – Georg Herdrich, University of Stuttgart
Plasma Jet Pack – Luc Herrero, COMAT
ICE3 – Alberto Garbaya, AVS
MPD Technology – Manuel La Rosa Betancourt, Pintegral Solutions

Session 7: Technical Presentations Part II

Helicon O-Plasma Thruster Experimental Platform – Mercedes Ruiz, Sener
Test Campaign Results for AQUAJET & XMET – Daniel Staab, AVS UK
Novel Cathodes & Alternative Propellants for EP – Steven Gabriel, University of Southampton
Microfluidic flow control for NG HEMP Thrusters – Jens Haderspeck, TAS-D
GEO Dual Mode PPU & LEO HEMPT PPU – Eric Bourguignon, TAS-B
IMPULSE – Angelo Grubisic, University of Southampton
ALPHIE – Luis Conde, UPM Spain
Novel Electrode Material C12A7 – Angel Post, AT Devices
HYPHEN – Eduardo Ahedo, Universidad Carlos III Madrid

Session 8 & 9: New Strategies for EP Qualification & Entry Into Service

EuTelSat Qualification Strategies – Cosmo Casaregola, EuTelSat
Insurance of EP Systems – Morten Pahle, Volante Global
Qualification of EP Systems – Richard Blott, SES
EP Qualification – Hans Leiter, Ariane Group
EP Innovation & Competitiveness – Fabrizzio Scortecci, Aerospazio

Session 10: Technical Presentations Part III

Low-End Disruption & Delta-V Capability – Ane Aanesland, ThrustMe – Not Available For Public Dissemination!
EP: The Way Forward To A Spacefaring Future – Mariano Andrenucci, Sitael
Magnetic Nozzles – Mario Merino, Universidad Carlos III Madrid
Low Power Hall Effect Propulsion Systems for Small Satellites – Tommaso Misuri, Sitael
Hall Effect Thruster RAM-EP Concept – Angela Rossodivita, Sitael
Narrow Channel Hall Thruster for Nanosatellite Propulsion – Igal Kronhaus, Israel Institute of Technology
Hollow Cathodes, Resistojets, GIE & PPTs – Francesco Guarducci – Mars Space
PLASMI Lab – Francesco Taccogna, CNR-Nanotec
Testing & Qualification of EP Thrusters – Bernhart Seifert, FOTEC Forshungs

Session 11: Technical Presentations Part IV

Exotrail HET Thrusters for Nano & Microsats – David Henri, Exotrail
GIESEPP 2 & Updates to T5, T6 & T7 – Kevin Hall, QinetiQ
New Research Capability – Aaron Knoll, Imperial College London
ARTES Developments – Michel Poucet, Bradford Space
4CDGM – Chloe Berenguer, DEDALOS
EP2PLUS – Filippo Cichoki, Universidad Carlos III Madrid
Optimising Molecular Propellants for Ion Engines – Peter Klar, University of Gießen
A Brief History of FEEPs – Alexander Reissner, ENPULSION

Contact Us

Should you have any questions related to the event, please contact daniel.jones@ukspaceagency.gov.uk.