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George is recognised as an up-and-coming satellite systems expert and academic at the University of New South Wales at the Australian Defence Force Academy. He is currently pursuing a doctorate in charged-particle interactions with spacecraft.
George has published numerous papers on satellite constellation and trajectory design optimisation implementing advanced methodologies coupling artificial intelligence with state-of-the-art simulations. George has represented RMIT University & Australia on the world’s stage at technical conferences and most notably as team leader for a NASA sponsored space engineering challenge for which he received recognition at a prestigious forum held in Florida, USA.
Angus holds a Bachelor degree in Aerospace Engineering from RMIT University and has published several peer-reviewed papers on spacecraft propulsion and engineering design optimisation using machine learning.
Representing Aerospace Systems on multiple occasions in international space engineering conferences where his work on propulsion system concepts has been recognised by the NIA and NASA and he is an active researcher collaborating with RMIT. Angus is currently the Head of Propulsion Design at Melbourne-based firm Arcane Aerospace, a company developing cryogenic rocket engines where he is responsible for managing technical design and analysis, new business engagements and commercial strategy. He brings practical and cross-disciplinary experience in delivering commercial R&D projects in aerospace systems design, systems integration and energy storage technology to the company and is working closely on the technical strategy leading the development and deployment of new space technologies.
Arnold is an Honorary Professor at ANU, a member of the Earth Observation Australia steering committee, and a remote sensing for aquatic ecosystem monitoring expert & trusted adviser. Arnold is the director of SatDek (Satellite Based Discovery of Environmental Knowledge) current research focuses on enhancing access to data for coastal waters detection monitoring and modelling.
In 1999, Dr Dekker came to Australia to join CSIRO. Arnold’s research expertise is in the area of developing applications of remote sensing from aircraft and from satellites to provide relevant environmental information on inland and coastal water ecosystems, including reservoirs, lakes, rivers, tidal lagoons, seagrasses, macro-algae, and coral reefs.
In order to achieve the above goals he has developed expertise in organisation and definition of airborne and satellite remote sensing projects.