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Special Programs Presentation. Nano-Satellite Program Exploring Frugal Engineering in India Living Lab in the Communities. Nano-Satellite Program. Nano- sats are small satellites with a mass below 10kg

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special programs presentation

Special Programs Presentation

  • Nano-Satellite Program
  • Exploring Frugal Engineering in India
  • Living Lab in the Communities
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Nano-Satellite Program

  • Nano-sats are small satellites with a mass below 10kg
  • Designed with some propulsion system on-board, attitude control, communications & computational system, power systems and payloads
  • Challenge to design because the space environment is harsh
  • Excitement is to see the launch of the satellite that you designed
  • Road to launch is interesting and fraud with challenges but they are real engineering tasks
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Educational program with research components

  • Collaborators are DSO, SSTA, EDB, DSTA + NASA (hopefully)
  • In the longer run, the program will include student exchange to some Universities with well established satellite programs, internships overseas, competitions and conferences

Why a satellite program at NUS?

  • Satellites offer rich opportunities for integration of technologies across various sub-disciplines in EE
  • Also a natural cross-disciplinary platform for EEand ME students to work together
  • There are real design issues to be solved – train engineers to design for other complex engineering systems, not just satellites
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Total number of students : 15

Special modules A, B and C are related to satellites

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Summary of who are eligible

Year 1 Students – Join as DCC students

Year 2 Students – Recruitment starts only in sem 2 AY2011/12

Year 3 Students – Recruiting now for EE2001 in sem 2 AY2011/12

Special module A : initial design experience on building a balloon-based system (build and fly a balloon based system and experience the challenge)

Special modules B & C : physics of satellite orbits, introduction to subsystems in a satellite, read in Year 2 for DCC students

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Exploring Frugal Engineering in India

  • Frugal Engineering (FE) is a philosophical approach to designing products for customers with very low purchasing power (BOP/MOP)
  • Not about stripping away features to reduce cost but it is about complete re-design and innovations in a product which will benefit a large segment of the community
  • Practice of FE encourages critical thinking required to conceptualized products which maximizes value to its customers
  • In order to be successful frugal engineers, it is impt that you engage with the communities who will be the target users of the product that you are going to design
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When is the field trip to India?

Program duration : 5 – 30 December 2011

First week : 5 – 9 December (attend workshop in Singapore)

Next 3 weeks : 10 – 30 December (time spent in India)

Place : Outside Mumbai, India (all expense paid trip)

Students register for a 2MC module (EE3030A) for the field trip

Who are eligible to apply?

Year 2 Students – Reading EE3031 in sem 2 AY2011/12

Year 3 Students – Reading EE2001 in sem 2 AY2011/12

Return to NUS to prototype or to carry our further studies on your ideas

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Living Labs in Communities in Singapore

  • Students spend 3 to 4 weeks in the Singapore General Hospital
  • Idea is similar to the FE trip to India
  • Students attached to the Rehabilitation Centre in SGH
  • Work with doctors and therapists to understand part of their work
  • Engage with patients to observe how they interact with equipment, assess the functionalities of existing equipment, understand patients’ experience when working on the equipment, etc
  • Conceptualize or re-design equipment which are better than the existing ones
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When is the attachment at SGH?

Program duration : During the December holidays and possibly extending into 2012 (depends on how students are scheduled)

Program Details : A schedule will be drawn up for the attachment at the SGH Rehabilitation Centre

Students register for a 2MC module (EE3030B)

Who are eligible to apply?

Year 2 Students – Reading EE3031 in sem 2 AY2011/12

Year 3 Students – Reading EE2001 in sem 2 AY2011/12

Students expected to prototype their designs or carry out further investigation on their ideas

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How to Apply for these Programs?

  • Will send out an application form after this
  • Submit application by 21 October 2011
  • May call for interviews and decision to be made by early November

Welcome Mechanical Engineering students to apply as well.

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Some XSAT parameters

XSAT Primary Payloads

The primary payload is an electro-optical instrument(camera)

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Nano Satellite

Activities

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Jaipur Knee

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6nTUgS_2bQ&feature=player_detailpage

Design Revolution Roadshow

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lGdRHykBY8A&feature=player_embedded

Tree Climber

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxANINR7_Es&feature=player_detailpage