United States I

Friday, July 9th 2021

12:00 PM - 4:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM PT

Exact presentation times TBA.

Title
Presenter
Affiliation
Country
Progress on the Design and Manufacturing of a CubeSat Hall Effect Thruster
Colin Warn
Washington State University
US
Measurement of Three Wave Coupling in a Hall Thruster Plume
Zachariah Brown
University of Michigan
US
Bayesian Inference of Plasma Parameters in an RMF-FRCThruster
Christopher L. Sercel
University of Michigan
US
The role of instabilities in affecting electron thermodynamics in a magnetic nozzle
Shadrach Hepner
University of Michigan
US
Efficiency Improvements in an ECR Thruster using Waveform Optimization
Benjamin Wachs
University of Michigan
US
Low speed azimuthal wave characteristics in a cathode plume
Margaret Mooney
Western Michigan University
US
Experimental Characterization of the Efficiency Losses for a Rotating Magnetic Field Thruster
Tate Gill
University of Michigan
US
Efficiency Analysis of a Magnetically-Shielded Hall Thruster Operating on Krypton
Leanne L. Su
University of Michigan
US
A Robust Optimization Framework for Porous Conical Electrosprays
Collin B. Whittaker
University of Michigan
US
Uncertainty Quantification of Predictions for the On-Orbit Plume of a Hall Thruster
Matthew Byrne
University of Michigan
US
Simple Performance Model for a Rotating Magnetic Field Thruster
Joshua M. Woods
University of Michigan
US
Probabalistic prediction of Hall thruster performance with a data-driven closure model for the anomalous collision frequency
Thomas Marks
University of Michigan
US