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Space Systems Design


UGA Small Satellite Research Lab | UGA Engineering

About
I am a detail oriented Project & Systems Engineer who takes on complex problems without obvious solutions, meets tight deadlines with limited resources, and delivers exceptional results. I have three years of experience with hands-on satellite mission planning and engineering development, resulting in five peer-reviewed publications. I operate with a sense of urgency, and I thrive in a fast-paced agile setting.

Skills
Engineering Design & Analysis | Project Management | Configuration Management | Trade Studies | Concept of Operations | Strategic Planning | Client Relations | Interface Control | System Verification

Resume
Experience
Thermoelectric System

Thermoelectric Cooling for Small Satellite Sensors

I demonstrated a 50% increase in Signal-to-Noise Ratio in CubeSat image sensors in a 66% smaller package than current state-of-the-art.

Graham and Caleb

Multiview Onboard Computational Imager Satellite

I implemented system budgets, designs, concept of operations, and requirements for two years to win first place and receive Phase B funding from the competitive Air Force Research Lab's University Nanosatellite Program.

Graham and Caleb

SPectral Ocean Color Satellite

I created and validated structural, thermal, and wire harness designs to meet NASA and mission requirements as part of this NASA-funded mission.

Personal Delivery Mockup

Autonomous Personal Delivery Vehicle

I developed the system architecture, concept of operations, and prototypes for Cosmic Delivery's sidewalk delivery robot.

Lyra Telescope Mockup

Lyra Telescope

I took the Lyra Smart Telescope concept from napkin to an iterated final 3D prototype in four weeks, winning second place at the UGA Summer Launch Program.



Research
CURO Poster

Enhancement of Space-Borne Sensors through Adaptive Temperature Control and Thermoelectric Modules


UGA CURO Symposium, April 2018

Space Innovations Symposium Poster

Design of a Solid-State Thermoelectric System to Cool Satellite Sensors


1st Symposium on Space Innovations, October 2017

Small Satellite Conference Poster

Final Results of a Solid-State Cooling Mechanism for CubeSat Imaging


31st AIAA/Small Satellite Conference, August 2017

CubeSat Developers Workshop Presentation

SPectral Ocean Color Satellite


14th CubeSat Developers Workshop, April 2017

AIAA Student Conference Paper

Preliminary Design of a Solid-State Thermoelectric Cooling System for Small Satellite Sensors


AIAA Region II Student Conference, March 2017

ASPRS Presentation

Building a Small Satellite Research Program at the University of Georgia: UGA Payload Development for CubeSats


ASPRS Imaging & Geospatial Technology Forum, March 2017

SPOC AGU Poster

The SPectral Ocean Color (SPOC) Small Satellite Mission: From Payload to Ground Station Development and Everything in Between


American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 2016

SSRL AGU Poster

Enhancing STEM Education through CubeSats: Using Satellite Integration as a Teaching Tool at a Non-Tech School


American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, December 2016




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Graham Grable

Graham Grable

Contact Info


Email: graham@grable.space
Twitter: @grahamgrable
Callsign: KM4VFJ


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