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Laboratory of Space Vehicles and Systems' Functional Safety

Publications
Article
First Earth-Imaging CubeSat with Harmonic Diffractive Lens

Abrameshin D., Ivliev N., Evdokimova V. et al.

Electronics (MDPI). 2022.

Book chapter
Calculation of The Absorbed Dose of Electron Radiation in Polymer Cases of Microelectronic Devices, Considering the Factor of Its Accumulation

Abrameshin D., Pozhidaev E. D., Saenko V. S. et al.

In bk.: 2021 International Seminar on Electron Devices Design and Production (SED). IEEE, 2021. P. 1-5.

News

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22 March 2022

240 Million Kilometres: HSE Satellite Spends a Year in Orbit

A year ago, on March 22, 2021, at 9:07 Moscow time, a Soyuz-2.1a rocket with a Fregat upper stage was successfully launched from Baikonur Cosmodrome Site 31. The launch vehicle carried 38 satellites, including the CubeSX-HSE satellite developed through the joint efforts of experts and students from the HSE University Laboratory of Space Vehicles and Systems’ Functional Safety of the HSE Tikhonov Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics (HSE MIEM) and Sputnix, a privately-owned space company.

8 February 2022

HSE University Participates in Satellite Navigation Monitoring Project

A team of HSE students is taking part in the development of a Russian satellite automatic identification system (AIS) to monitor sea navigation. The aim of the project is to track the locations of vessels and adjust their routes, including in the Arctic along the Northern Sea Route.

12 April 2021

‘The Trip to Baikonur Blew My Mind!’

On Cosmonautics Day, the HSE News Service spoke with the participants of the CubSX-HSE project, which recently launched a satellite into Earth orbit. Students and staff from the HSE Moscow Institute of Electronics and Mathematics (MIEM) spoke about their project and impressions of their trip to Baikonur.

Laboratory Structure

  • Study of Materials for Space Application
  • Computer modelling
  • Electromagnetic compatibility
  • Experiments

What we do

  • Research and experiments in developing design and technology for space exploration, introducing the results to work in the Federal Space Exploration Agency, Roskosmos   
  • Teaching and supervision for PhD and graduate students
  • Introducing the results of our research and innovative work into teaching programmes at MIEM, HSE
  • Developing the Master’s programme on computer modelling  at MIEM

Work in the Laboratory

  • Development and research of non-conducting materials on the internal surface of spacecraft, to reduce the levels of static-charges.
  • Development of new efficient methods to make structural electro-physical models of the space vehicles using mathematical and computer modelling.
  • Development of new methods to assess the reliability of electronic component bases of in-flight radio-electronic equipment on space vehicles. 
  • Development of methods and means of effective electromagnetic protection for electronic devices from powerful ultra-short electromagnetic impulses and microwaves.
  • Experimenting with spacecraft and their in-flight electronic equipment on interference protection from electrostatic discharges.