Online Platform & Web-Proceedings

November 27(Sun) ~ December 1(Thu), 2022
BEXCO - Exhibition Center 2, Busan, Korea


Workshop: CubeSat Design, Development, and Operation

Date: November 27 (Sun), 13:00-18:00
Place: Room5 (3F 326) & Online (Zoom)

Organized and Presented by

Presentation File:

Prof. Dae Young Lee
(Iowa State Univ., USA)
Prof. Hyeongjun Park
(New Mexico State Univ., USA)

Presentation: English
Time: 5 hours
Registration fee: USD 90 or KRW 100,000

How to register the workshop?
– You can register after login:

How to enter the workshop?
– For on-site participant: The workshop will be presented on-site in Room5 (3F 326).
– For online participant: The Zoom link will be sent to your email address before November 27.


This tutorial course provides an introduction to the engineering design process for the nano-level satellite called CubeSat. This course examines the principles and practical methods for CubeSat mission design and operations in depth. Interactive discussions focus on initial requirements definition, operations concept development, architecture trade-offs, payload design, bus sizing, subsystem definition, system manufacturing, verification, and operations. CubeSat power system and communication system optimization examples will be introduced to audience. In addition, design, development, and operation experiences are introduced and shared for past and ongoing small satellite missions such as NASA’s ICESat, GRACE-FO, VTXO, and NSF’s VISORS.


  • Spacecraft mission & payload development
  • Space environment
  • Orbits/attitude dynamics and control
  • Power systems design and optimization
  • Telecommunications optimization
  • Thermal modeling and design
  • CubeSat design, development, and operation experience



13:00 – 13:10 Introduction of the Workshop
By Prof. Dae Young Lee (Iowa State Univ., USA)
13:10 – 13:40 CubeSat: Innovative Platform for Scientific Research and Engineering Education
13:40 – 14:10 CubeSat subsystem design 1: Electric Power System (EPS) design
14:10 – 14:20 Break time
14:20 – 14:50 CubeSat subsystem design 2: Communication system
14:50 – 15:20 CubeSat subsystem design 3: Thermal system design
15:20 – 15:50 CubeSat subsystem design 3: Attitude Determination and Control System (ADCS) design
15:50 – 16:00 Break time
16:00 – 16:30 CubeSat subsystem design 4: Command and Data Handling
16:30 – 17:00 Space Environment
17:00 – 17:30 NSF CubeSat mission experience: VIrtual Super-resolution Optics with Reconfigurable Swarms (VISORS)
By Prof. Hyeongjun Park (New Mexico State Univ., USA)
This is a virtual session with Zoom.
17:30 – 18:00 University CubeSat mission experience: RAX, M-Cubed, CySat


Workshop: Control and Operations of Microgrid

Date: November 29 (Tue), 16:00-18:00
Place: Room2 (3F 323)

Abstract: Microgrid is an important building block of smart grid. In this workshop, control and operational strategies of microgrid will be presented with real application data by 4 speakers from Korea Electrical Power Company and SeoulTech.

Speakers : Prof. Woo Hyun Hwang (SeoulTech) Prof. Young Il Lee(SeoulTech)
Senior Researcher Junsung Kim (KEPCO RI) Senior Researcher Jongmin Jo (KEPCO RI)

Microgrid is an important building block of smart-grid and its operational strategy could be to reduce the intermittency of renewable energy
generations, to secure the stability of utility grid, or to maximize the profit of a community etc. I am glad to have a KEPRI-SeoulTech joint Workshop on the control and operation of microgrid. I believe that this workshop will provide valuable insight and information on microgrid to the participants. I do appreciate Dr. Jung-Ho Lee of KEPRI for his support for this Workshop.