Hello. I’m Shimazaki, a second-year master’s student at the Kawakatsu Lab.
Under the joint course of the Department of Advanced Energy Engineering, I belong to the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science in Sagamihara City, Kanagawa Prefecture and conduct research activities. As mentioned in my blog a few days ago, I can participate in large-scale projects in collaborative courses such as the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science. I myself have participated as a student in a space exploration project led by the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, which is an operational assistant of HAYABUSA2 and a DESTINY+ project orbit design team. In the laboratory, there are members who have been involved in activities such as orbit design and post-launch operation in the orbit design team of EQUULEUS, which was launched last year. In addition, the issues that arise in the project can be returned to the research theme and tackled, so it is also attractive as an inspiration for your own research.
Aside from being involved in these projects, I usually lead a normal student life, such as classes and research. Until recently, I was mainly concentrating on writing my master’s thesis. ) at the 33rd AIAA/AAS Space Flight Mechanics Meeting. At the domestic conference, I was able to receive an excellent presentation award, and at the international conference, I was able to spend meaningful time interacting with researchers who had been interested in me for a long time. Especially in Austin, the sun was so strong that I could get a tan even though it was January. I was able to call
Although the content was miscellaneous, I hope that you can get a sense of the atmosphere of life at the Institute of Space and Astronautical Science.
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