Space Pioneer Award for Klaus Schilling

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Klaus Schilling with the satellites that have accompanied his professional life.
Klaus Schilling with the satellites that have accompanied his professional life. UWE and NetSat in the foreground; on the posters in the background HUYGENS and ROSETTA, which were realised during his work in industry. (Image: Informatik VII / Universität Würzburg)
08/26/2021

The German Aerospace Society awarded the prestigious Eugen-Sänger-Medal to Professor Klaus Schilling for his outstanding achievements in the development of small satellites.

Klaus Schilling leads the Chair of Computer Science VII (Robotics and Telematics) at Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg (JMU) in Bavaria, Germany, since 2003. He initiated the JMU space study programs and successfully started a popular hands-on program for the development of miniature satellites.

Advances in miniaturization technology decreasing satellite mass and volume. Small satellites already account for the majority of satellites launched into orbit. ...

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