ICECOM Satellite Workshop, Dubrovnik

Start date: September 30, 2019

End date: October 2, 2019


Space industry has been rapidly developing in the last twenty years, and space-based services and space programs, or the terrestrial sector in the broader sense (such as the EU Copernicus and Galileo programs for Earth observation), create socio-economic added value and thus help in the development of each participating country. Unused capacity when launching large satellites enables the launch of small satellites of standardized format as secondary payloads at acceptable prices for universities. This allows small users to launch nano-satellites and pico-satellites for scientific purposes or for educational missions. The aim of the ICECOM Satellite Workshop is to cover relevant topics related to the design of small satellites and in particular to the scientific missions of small satellites.




Monday, September 30

19:15 - 22:00 ICECOM Welcome Cocktail


Tuesday, October 1

09:00 - 09:10 ICECOM Satellite Workshop Opening - Dubravko Babić

09:10 - 10:10 ICECOM Satellite Workshop General Lecture 1 - Walter Ballheimer

10:10 - 10:40 Coffee break

10:40 - 11:40 ICECOM Satellite Workshop General Lecture 2 - Stefan Cikota

13:00 - 21:00 Excursion and lunch


Wednesday, October 2

08:20 - 11:00 ICECOM Satellite Workshop Student Session

11:00 - 11:30 Coffee break

11:30 - 12:30 ICECOM Satellite Workshop General Lecture 3 - Anja Skrivervik

12:30 - 13:00 FERSAT Project - Dubravko Babić



ICECOM Satellite Workshop will be held during 23rd ICECOM Conference as a special workshop related to space technologies.


Conference Chair: Dario Bojanjac


Organisers: Dario Bojanjac, Marko Bosiljevac, Dubravko Babić



from the Workshop available on facebook

Video recording

of the workshop available on youtube channel of Department of wireless communications.

Luka Kosanovic, Roman Bertolan: Cubesat data transmitter operating in the X-band

Katarina Dolić, Bruno Pavletić: FERSAT Orbit

Filip Bogdanović, Filip Tomašić: Ozone layer thickness

Ivor Šlibar, Juraj Barlek: Electrical Power System in FERSAT

Filip Friščić, Tanja Lakić, David Osmanović, Franjo Rajič, Domagoj Tomić: CubeSat VHF/UHF communication system

Luka Tomić: Circularly polarized microstrip antenna for nanosatellite FERSAT

Jakov Tutavac: Measuring light pollution with a spectrometer

Karla Sever, Nikša Ovčina, Filip Božić, Dino Cindrić: Low Cost 3D Printed Air Bearing for CubeSat ADCS Testing

Nikola Tomažin, Tin Komerički, Marko Vuković: Detecting Infected Forests

Mario Šimunić,
Gašpar Dončević, Leon Baždar: Building Command and Data Handling (C&DH) Subsystem

Josipa Rendulić, Jelena Bratulić: Measuring light pollution with Geolux camera

Dominik Sabljak , Filip Wolf, Kristijan Čeple: Detection of plastic on the sea surface