United States I

Friday, July 9th 2021

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

Detailed event agenda is here.

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