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Joan Ruiz de Azua

Joan Ruiz de Azúa Ph.D. candidate. Software engineering and network engineering.  joan.adria@tsc.upc.edu   Linkedin profile Joan received his MSc in Telecommunications Engineering from Technical University of Catalonia (Spain) and his MSc in Aerospace Engineering from ISAE Supaero (France) in June 2016. He joined UPC’s NanoSat Lab in 2017 as a member …

Estefany Lancheros

Estefany Lancheros is working in the analyzes the future gaps of the Copernicus space infrastructure, and operational status of critical technologies for EO missions such as spacecraft and sensor miniaturization.  Also is building in an innovative hardware for mission analysis focused on payload selection from use cases and measurements requirements.  …

A nanosatellite developed at the UPC has been placed in orbit with six experiments on board !

The launch, funded by the Institute of Space Studies of Catalonia (IEEC), took place at 5:30 a.m. from the Sriharikota space base (India) The 3Cat-1 is a small satellite developed at the NanoSat Lab of the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC). Aboard the PSLV-C43 Indian rocket, the satellite has seamlessly …

CommSensLab / NanoSat Lab Inauguration Media Day !

On Nov 21, 2018, we have the Inauguration Media Day of UPC-BarcelonaTech NanoSat Lab. We have presented our R&D&I activities of CubeCat Missions including the research and educational results. Many people came to the NanoSatLab and showed their interests. Especially the Rector of UPC and the Director of IEEC delivered the speech to …

General Introduction to FSSCat

Service summary FSSCat is an innovative mission concept consisting of two federated 6U Cubesats in support of the Copernicus Land and Marine Environment services. They carry a dual microwave payload (a GNSS-Reflectometer and a L-band radiometer with interference detection/mitigation), and a multi-spectral optical payload to measure soil moisture, ice extent, …

Israel Duran

Israel Durán was born in Esplugues de Llobregat. He received the Telecommunication Engineer and Dr. Eng. degrees from the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC), Barcelona, in 2010 and  2017, respectively. Currently, he is working with the Passive Remote Sensing Group of the Signal Theory and Communications Department of the UPC. …

Jordi Castellvi

Jordi Castellvi Esturi PhD Candidate Campus Nord UPC D3-114 C/Jordi Girona, 1-3 08034 Barcelona (Spain) Jordi Castellvi is working in remote sensing, focused in soil moisture determination. The PhD is shared between the UPC and the ICGC (Institut Cartogràfic i Geològic de Catalunya). The PhD explores the feasibility to equip …