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Research Publications 

Conference Publications

1. Baldacchino, D., Debattista, D., Rotin, R., Cachia, D., Azzopardi M.A., Fabri, S.G., Bugeja, M.K., Review and Feasibility of Active Attitude Control and Detumbling for the UoMBSat-1 PocketQube Pico-Satellite, Presented at the 25th Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation (MED 2017), Valletta, Malta, 3-6 July, IEEE, 2017

2. Cachia, D., Camilleri, J., Azzopardi, M.A., Angling, M., Sammut, A., Feasibility Study of a PocketQube Platform to Host an Ionospheric Impedance Probe, Proceedings of the 4S Symposium: Small Satellites go Viral, Valletta, Malta, 30 May-3 Jun, 2016. European Space Agency (ESA), 2016 

3. Camilleri, J., Cachia, D., Angling, M., Azzopardi, M.A., Sammut, A., A Miniaturized Impedance Probe for Ionospheric Sensing, Proceedings of the 5th Interplanetary CubeSat workshop, iCubeSat 2016, Oxford, UK, 24-25 May, 2016. University of Oxford, 2016

Media Coverage

2017-May-18 - TVM - Twelve2Three (Ben Camille) - University's PicoSatellite Project Progress

2017-Apr-01 - Think Magazine #20 - On Qubes and the Pockets that fit them

2017-Mar-27 - Newspoint - University of Malta at the Malta Robotics Olympiad (MRO)

2017-Mar-26 - The Times of Malta - University showcases advanced electronic development at MRO

2016-Dec-05 - Campus FM - The Probe P10 (Monique Chambers) - Satellites and high performance vision systems 

2016-Aug-02 - NET TV - Ghal Frisk (Mireille Bonello) - University of Malta Projects

2016-May-06 - The Research, Innovation and Development Trust - Taking Over the Universe 

2016-Feb-23 - TVM - TVAM (Norma Saliba) - University of Malta 'unveils the nation’s first space mission' 

2016-Feb-21 - The Malta Independent - University of Malta 'unveils the nation’s first space mission'

2016-Feb-21 - The Times of Malta - University of Malta 'unveils the nation’s first space mission'

2016-Feb-21 - - University Reveals Malta's First Space Mission

Last Updated: 23 July 2017

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