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Thursday Poster Sessions
  1. A New Approach to Improving Spatial Resolution of the Pulsed-Electro-Acoustic Method Applied to Estimate Charge Distribution in Space Materials, Mr. Mohamad Arnaout (CNES)

  2. Space Qualification Test Results of Ultraviolet LEDs for AC Charge Management, Mr. Karthik Balakrishnan (Stanford University)

  3. Secondary Electron Emission on Space Materials, Evaluation of the Total Secondary Electron Yield from Surface Potential Measurements, Mr. Nicolas Balcon (CNES)

  4. Electrodynamic Tethers for ChipSats and Nanospacecrafts, Mr. Iverson Bell (The University of Michigan)

  5. Communication Through Hypersonic or Re-entry Plasmas, Dr. Sven Bilén (The Pennsylvania State University)

  6. Energy Harvesting Electrodynamic Tethers, Dr. Sven Bilén (The Pennsylvania State University)

  7. High Energy Electron Climatology that Supports Deep Charging Risk Assessment in GEO, Mr.Michael Bodeau (Northrop Grumman)

  8. Is There a Largest ESD Event?:  Power Law Scaling and Self Organized Criticality in ESD Amplitudes,Mr.Michael Bodeau (Northrop Grumman)

  9. Results of a High-Voltage Multi-Junction Solar Cell Concentrator Array Direct-Driving a Hall Electric Thruster Experiment, Dr. Henry Brandhorst (Carbon-Free Energy, LLC)

  10. Spacecraft/Surface Charging:  Theory, Mitigation, and Subsurface Defect Detection, Dr. Richard Briët (The Aerospace Corporation, ETG, EPSD)

  11. Miniaturized Sensors for Surface Potentials and Electrostatic Discharge Transients, Mr. William Crain (The Aerospace Corporation)

  12. Nascap-2k Self-consistent Simulations of a VLF Plasma Antenna, Dr. Victoria Davis (Science Applications International Corporation)

  13. Pseudopotential Algorithms for Simulation of VLF Plasma Antenna Current Flow, Dr. Myron Mandell (Science Applications International Corporation)

  14. Photoemission Driven Charging in Tenuous Plasma, Dr. Myron Mandell (Science Applications International Corporation)

  15. Wave Coupling from a High-Voltage Whistler or EMIC Antenna in the Ionosphere, Ms.Maria De Soria-Santacruz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

  16. Sheath Instability around an Electron Emitting Spacecraft, Gian Delzanno (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

  17. Comparison of Flight and Ground Tests of Environmental Degradation of MISSE-6 SUSpECS Materials, Dr. JR Dennison (Utah State University)

  18. Surface Charging Analyses for the Solar Probe Plus Mission, Dr. Michelle Donegan (Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory)

  19. A Langmuir Probe Instrument for Small Spacecraft for Research in the Terrestrial Ionosphere, Mr. Adam Escobar (The Pennsylvania State University)

  20. The Effects of Surface Modification on Spacecraft Charging Parameters, Ms. Amberly Evans (Utah State University)

  21. Investigation of Electromagnetic Pulses Associated with Hypervelocity Particle Impacts on Satellites, Mr. Alex Fletcher (Stanford University)

  22. Electron Beam Induced Charging and Secondary Electron Emission of Insulating Materials,Mr.Haruhisa Fujii (Nara National College of Technology, Department of Electrical Engineering)

  23. Electrostatic Discharges from Electrically Floating Electrodes under Electron Irradiation, Mr. Haruhisa Fujii (Nara National College of Technology, Department of Electrical Engineering)

  24. Observed Coupling between the International Space Station PCU Plasma and a FPMU Langmuir Probe Facilitated by the Geomagnetic Field, Dr. William Hartman (The Boeing Company)
  25. AF-GEOSpace Version 2.5, Dr. Robert Hilmer (Air Force Research Laboratory)

  26. Combined Space Environmental Exposure Tests of Multi-junction GaAs/Ge Solar Array Coupons, Mr. Bao Hoang (Space Systems Loral)

  27. In Situ Measurements of Electron Beam Induced Surface Voltage of Insulators, Mr. Joshua Hodges (Utah State University)

  28. Measurement Methods of Electron Emission over a Full Range of Sample Charging, Mr. Ryan Hoffmann (Utah State University)

  29. The Structureless Antenna:  Using Electrostatic Inflation to Enable Small Satellites to Deploy Large-Aperture RF Reflectors, Dr. Robert Hoyt (Tethers Unlimited, Inc.)

  30. Characterization of Radiation Belt Electron Energy Spectra from CRRES Observations,Dr. Wm. Robert Johnston (AFRL/RVBXR)

  31. Internal Electrostatic Discharge Testing on Spacecraft Cable, Dr. Wousik Kim (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory)

  32. Observation of Surface Discharge Phenomena on Polymeric Materials under Low Pressure using Pockels Effect with LED Light Source, Mr. Yohei Komiyama (Tokyo City University)

  33. Development of the Secondary Electron Emission Yield Device in Space Material, Mr. Takanori Kono (Kyushu Institute of Technology)

  34. Addressing the Effects of Spacecraft-Environment Interactions on Plasma Measurements in Low Earth Orbit:  The Plasma Local and Ambient Turbulence Observations (PLATO) Experiment, Dr. Linda Krause (Rocky Mountain Institute for Space Research)

  35. A Feasibility Study on Some Novel Ideas of Spacecraft Charging Mitigation, Mr. Shu Lai (Air Force Research Laboratory, Space Vehicles Directorate)

  36. Development of Photoelectron Emission Measurement Facility for Space Materials, Mr. Atsushi Maruyama (Kyushu Institute of Technology)

  37. Conceptual Design, Numerical and Experimental Assessment of an Electrostatic Discharge and Flash-over Detector on Geo Spacecraft Solar Panels, Dr. Jean-Charles Matéo-Vélez  (ONERA, Toulouse)

  38. SPIS and MUSCAT Software Comparison on LEO-like Environment, Dr. Jean-Charles Matéo-Vélez  (ONERA, Toulouse)

  39. Time-resolved Spectroscopy of Electrostatic Discharge and Secondary Arc Plasma on Solar Array in Geo Environment, Dr. Jean-Charles Matéo-Vélez (ONERA, Toulouse)

  40. Cluster Spacecraft-Plasma Interactions:  Disentangling Plasma and Spacecraft Electrons, and Assessing the True Spacecraft Potential, Dr. Branislav Mihaljčić (MSSL-UCL, UK)

  41. Development of Laboratory Simulation System of Lunar Dust Charging and Levitation, Mr. Syohei Mori (Kyushu Institute of Technology)

  42. Modeling the Internal Charging of Spacecraft Dielectric Materials Using 1-D Simulation Code, Dr. Tamitha Mulligan (The Aerospace Corporation)

  43. Application of Commercial-off-the-shelf Voltmeter Technology to Monitoring of Spacecraft Surface Potential, Mr. Hiroki Nishimura (Kyusyu Institute of Technology)

  44. Material Properties Measurements Related to Engineering Design Optimization Guidelines and Spacecraft Charging/Discharging, Dr. Kumi Nitta (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA))

  45. GOES-R Moments and Spacecraft Charging Algorithm and Application to Anomaly Studies, Dr. Juan Rodriguez (University of Colorado, Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES))

  46. Satellite Charging Applications from the Particle and Field Instruments on the NOAA Satellites, Dr. Janet Green (NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center)

  47. Modeling and Analysis of SCATHA Surface Potential Measurements, Dr. James Roeder (The Aerospace Corporation)

  48. Study of Discharge Characteristics of Electrodynamic Tether System Toward Orbital Verification Mission, Mr. Ryunosuke Shibagaki (Kyushu Institute of Technology in Japan)

  49. Parametric Study of a Physical Flash-over Simulator, Mr. Jean-Michel Siguier (ONERA/DESP)

  50. Parameterization of Temperature, Electric Field, Dose Rate and Time Dependence of Low Conductivity Spacecraft Materials using a Unified Electron Transport Model, Mr. Alec Sim (Utah State University)

  51. Temperature and Endurance Time of Electrostatic Field Strengths of Polymeric Spacecraft Insulator, Mr. Charles Sim (Utah State University)

  52. Simulations of Spacecraft Sheath Impact on Langmuir Probe Measurements, Mr. Alexander Sjögren (Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University)

  53. Spacecraft Potential Measurements on Rosetta, Mr. Alexander Sjögren (Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University)

  54. Dust Gun Experiments with Impact Generated EMP's, Mr. David Strauss (Stanford University)

  55. Active Spacecraft Potential Control for the Magnetospheric Multiscale Mission, Mr. Klaus Torkar (IWF/OAW)

  56. Development of Flashover Current Simulator for ESD Ground Testing Simulation GEO Environment, Prof. Kazuhiro Toyoda (Kyushu Institute of Technology)

  57. Effect of Absorbed Water on Discharge Rate on Solar Array,  Prof. Kazuhiro Toyoda (Kyushu Institute of Technology)

  58. Vacuum Chamber Testing of Autonomous Spacecraft Hollow Cathode Plasma Contactor, 2Lt Albert Vasso (AFRL Battlespace Environment Division)

  59. Triboelectric Charging Effects of Lunar Dust: Phase I Studies, Dr. Boris Vayner (NASA Glenn Research Center)

  60. Numerical and Experimental Investigations of Ion Beam Neutralization, Prof. Joseph Wang (University of Southern California)

  61. Optimization of the Experimental Facility DEESSE by PIC Modeling, Prof. Joseph Wang (University of Southern California) 

  62. Ion Proportional Surface Emission Cathode Development: Electron Emission for Spacecraft Discharge or Electrodynamic Tether Applications, Mr. Adrian Wheelock (Air Force Research Laboratory)

  63. Status of NASA-HDBK-4002A, "Mitigating In-space Charging Effects:  A Guidline", Mr. Albert Whittlesey (NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory)

  64. Bare Electrodynamic Tether with Ultra Low Work Function Coating for Combined Passive Electron Emission and Collection, Dr. John Williams (Colorado State University)

  65. Approximation of Range in Materials as a Function of Incident Electron Energy, Mr. Gregory Wilson (Utah State University)

  66. Mitigation Method of Sustained Arc on Solar Array by Arc Current Oscillation with Capacitor and Inductor, Mr. Tatsuya Yoke (Kyushu Institute of Technology)
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