Advanced Space Concepts Laboratory
"Push the boundaries, redefine the state-of-the-art."
"Conduct research that has the potential for widespread societal impact. "
ABOUT THE LAB
At the ASCLab, we aim to study and propose solutions to various multi-disciplinary challenges posed by futuristic space missions. We study multi-body dynamical systems and design methodologies to revolutionize space mission design, reachability, and feasibility analysis in various domains. We also study sensor-fusion, 3D reconstruction, and learning-based algorithms to enable autonomous guidance and control of Land, Space, and Aerial Robots with a special focus on planetary landers and rovers.
ASCLab @ Events
February 2024: Graduate Student Ickbum Kim to present his work on a novel 3D Point Cloud Denoising algorithm at the 24th AAS GN&C Conference in Breckenridge, CO.
October 2023: Graduate Students Abigail Rolen and Ickbum Kim will present their paper and poster respectively during the 18th International Symposium on Visual Computing (ISVC) at Lake Tahoe, NV.
August 2023: Dr. Singh to chair the Guidance, Navigation and Control II session at the 2023 AAS/AIAA Astrodynamics Specialist Conference, Big Sky, MT.
August 2023: PhD Student, Kevin Alvarado, will present paper titled "ORBIT MAINTENANCE VIA HOMEOMORPHIC, PERIODIC ORBIT REVS IN THE ELLIPTIC RESTRICTED THREE BODY PROBLEM" at the 2023 AAS/AIAA Astrodynamics Specialist Conference, Big Sky, MT.
March 2023: Dr. Singh named as the new RPI representative to the Universities Space Research Association.
March 2023: Dr. Singh selected to serve as member of the AIAA Astrodynamics Technical Committee.
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