NSBE Space Special Interest Group
Technical Papers Archive Service
2016 NSBE Aerospace Systems Conference
Papers of the 2016 NSBE Aerospace Systems Conference are organized within three tracks: Space Applications, Space Exploration, and Space Research of NSBE. Links to papers are contained on this page, within each track.
The Space Applications track consists of industry papers authored by African Americans related to industry and government research, development, and production in various disciplines, sciences, and technologies necessary for space travel.
|1||Unconventional Polarized States for Remote Aerosol Sensing||Brandon Zimmerman|
|2||Ground Operations Emulation for On-Orbit Telerobotics||Edward Tunstel|
|3||Error Vector Magnitude (EVM) Measurement to Characterize Tracking and Data Relay Satellite (TDRS) Channel Impairment||Derssie Mebratu|
|4||Improved Processes for Implementing Effective Mission Systems Engineering Practices During Project Formulation Phases||Tryshanda Moton|
|5||Systems Engineering and Requirements Management; How To Control Change In Your Project||Christopher Beatty|
|6||Rocket Powered Descent in R3||Bereket Abraham, Laura Fleury|
|7||Return on Investment for Complex Projects Utilizing Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE)||Michael Gooden|
|9||Path Planning for Planetary Surface Exploration Using Incremental A-r-Star Pathfinder||Daniel Opoku|
The Space Exploration track consists of industry papers authored by African Americans in human and robotic space programs throughout industry and government.
Space Research of NSBE
The Space Research of NSBE track consists of volunteer work performed by NSBE engineering professionals. Each paper is a space-related, scientific or engineering research endeavor in a research domain initiated by the NSBE Space SIG for the purpose of advancing human knowledge in fields of spacecraft engineering and development.