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News: SLAB Contributions to IWCFF 2022

By Simone D'Amico   May 27, 2022

The Stanford’s Space Rendezvous Laboratory is represented by a strong delegation at the upcoming 11th International Workshop on Satellite Constellations & Formation Flying, Milano, Italy, June 7-10 (2022).

Check out the full papers below if you are interested in our most recent advances in robust spacecraft pose estimation using machine learning, optimization of distributed space systems for angles-only navigation, and short-arc fast relative orbit determination:

Justin Kruger, Simone D'Amico;
Observability Analysis and Optimization for Angles-Only Navigation of Distributed Space Systems;

Jeff (Tae Ha) Park, Simone D'Amico;
Robust Multi-Task Learning and Online Refinement for Spacecraft Pose Estimation across Domain Gap;

Matthew Willis, Simone D'Amico;
Fast Angles-Only Relative Navigation Using Polynomial Dynamics;

Simone D'Amico is the founder and director of SLAB 

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