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Prof Massimiliano Vasile

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Expertise

Has expertise in:

    • Computational optimisation
    • Multidisciplinary design
    • Robust design optimisation
    • Astrodynamics and mission analysis
    • Computational intelligence
    • Development of computational tools for system,component and process design and optimisation
    • Integrated design of new products and processes
    • Reliability analysis of products and processes, enhanced product quality
    • Analysis of new mission concepts
    • Autonomous control of processes and systems
    • Autonomous activity planning and scheduling, support to multi-criteria decision making

Publications

Analysis of NEOs reachability with nano-satallites and low-thrust propulsion
Greco Cristian, Di Carlo Marilena, Walker Lewis, Vasile Massimiliano
4S Symposium 2018 - Small Satellites Systems and Services, (2018)
Evidence-based robust optimisation of space systems with evidence network models
Filippi Gianluca, Vasile Massimiliano, Marchi Mariapia, Vercesi Paolo
IEEE world congress on computational intelligence, pp. 1-8, (2018)
CubeSat-based passive bistatic radar for space situational awareness : a feasibility study
Persico A.R., Kirkland P., Clemente C., Vasile M., Soraghan J. J.
IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, pp. 1-17, (2018)
Low-fidelity modelling for aerodynamic characteristics of re-entry objects
Benedetti Gianluca, Viola Nicole, Minisci Edmondo, Falchi Alessandro, Vasile Massimiliano
Stardust Final ConferenceAstrophysics and Space Science Proceedings Vol 52, (2018)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-69956-1_15
Study of the Lorentz force on debris with high area-to-mass ratios
Serra Romain, Vasile Massimiliano, Hoshi Kento, Yamakwa Hiroshi
Journal of Guidance Control and Dynamics, (2018)
Autonomous orbit determination for formations of cubesats beyond LEO
Vasile Massimiliano, Torre Francesco, Serra Romain, Grey Stuart
Acta Astronautica, (2018)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.actaastro.2018.01.045

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Professional activities

CNES Workshop on Evolutionary Computation - Key-note speaker
Contributor
10/12/2012
IAC -63rd International Astronautical Congress
Member of programme committee
5/10/2012
European Commission - FP7 - Cooperation only (External organisation)
Member
1/1/2012
Eurogen 2011 Conference
Keynote/plenary speaker
14/9/2011
Eurogen 2011 Conference
Organiser
14/9/2011
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part G: Journal of Aerospace Engineering (Journal)
Guest editor
31/8/2011

more professional activities

Projects

Advanced Applications of Space-Based Laser Systems (Fraunhofer - SDTC cofund
Vasile, Massimiliano (Principal Investigator)
Period 01-Oct-2017 - 31-Mar-2021
ROBUST OPTIMIZATION OF LOW-THRUST INTERPLANETARY TRAJECTORIES
Vasile, Massimiliano (Principal Investigator)
Period 01-Sep-2017 - 31-Aug-2018
Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP - University of Strathclyde) | Wilson, Andrew
Vasile, Massimiliano (Principal Investigator) Maddock, Christie (Co-investigator) Wilson, Andrew (Research Co-investigator)
Period 01-Oct-2015 - 01-Apr-2019
ESA/ITI Robust Mission Design Phase B
Vasile, Massimiliano (Principal Investigator) Riccardi, Annalisa (Co-investigator)
Period 16-Jun-2016 - 15-Jun-2017
Multi-Purpose CubeSat at the ISS
Post, Mark (Principal Investigator) Vasile, Massimiliano (Co-investigator)
Cubesats are routinely deployed at the ISS but only for classic stand-alone missions, relying on the natural decay of the spacecraft orbit and positive separation from the ISS. Future human exploration missions will require a number of techniques which could be efficiently demonstrated at the ISS with increasing levels of the complexity with a small Cubesat, serving as a multi-purpose platform adaptable for various missions. Among others, the purpose of exterior station inspection will be demonstrated in this project. This study is to define a multi-purpose 8U class Cubesat to be launched from the ISS in a pressurized logistics module and connected to an internal and external docking station for power supply and data transfer (AD[1]).
Period 01-Jan-2016 - 31-May-2016
INFUSE Infusing Data Fusion in Space Robotics (H2020 COMPET-4 OG3)
Post, Mark (Principal Investigator) Vasile, Massimiliano (Co-investigator) Yan, Xiu (Co-investigator)
Period 01-Nov-2016 - 31-Jan-2019

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Address

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
James Weir Building

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