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This block course will explore the computer science perspective of space applications, covering a spectrum from satellite operations to interplanetary communication.
- System Design
- Orbit Dynamics
- Launchers, Spacecrafts, Satellites, Space Stations
- System Architecture, System Components
- Transmission and Encoding Basics
- Delay Tolerant Networking, Routing, Congestion, Contact Plans
- Interplanetary Internet and beyond
- Resource Managment
- Power, Memory, Space,Time
- Mission Planning and Operation
- Telerobotics vs. Autonomy (vs. Human-Operated)
- Classic Scheduling (Earliest-Deadline-First, Rate-Monotonic, etc)
- Task Graphs, Timed and Priced Timed Automata
- Linear Pogramming (LP, ILP, MILP, Multi-commodity flow problems)
- Satisfiability and Optimization Modulo Theories
- LEO vs. GEO Satellites, Space Missions
- Exploration, Observation, Communication, Tourism
- Space Debris, Space Weather, Distances and Delays
It takes place in summer 2019, running as a block course from September 9 to October 4.
In this period, half of the weekdays, tentatively September 9 - 13 and September 23 - 27, adhere to the following structure:
- 11:00 - 12:30 : Lecture
- 12:30 - 13:30 : Lunch break
- 13:30 - 15:00 : Lecture
- 15:15 - 16:45 : Tutorial/Office Hours
The other weeks, tentatively September 16 - 20 and September 30 - October 4, will be spanned with intensive self-study periods, tutorials, and office hours.
A final exam in early October concludes the module.
Lectures take place in hall 001 of E1 3.