The 6th Mission Idea Contest

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Professor Naoya Ozaki

Dr. Ozaki is an assistant professor of ISAS, JAXA.
He received his Ph.D. in 2018 in aerospace engineering from the University of Tokyo, working on trajectory optimization under uncertainties.

His current research interests include trajectory design of spacecraft, robust optimal control theory, and small spacecraft.

He is currently working on JAXA's DESTINY+ and MMX missions as a mission analysis expert.

He was also the winner of the Young Researcher Award in the Conference on Space Science and Technology of the Japan Society for Aeronautical and Space Science in the 60th Space Sciences and Technology Conference.


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Prof. Laufer Prof. Nakasuka Dr. Sandau Prof. Steyn Prof. Sir Sweeting Dr. Yamamoto Prof. Funase Prof. Ueno Prof. Ozaki
Prof. Rene Laufer Prof. Shinichi Nakasuka Dr. Rainer Sandau Prof. Herman Steyn Prof. Sir Martin Sweeting Dr. Masaya Yamamoto Prof. Ryu Funase Prof. Munetaka Ueno Prof. Naoya Ozaki

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