Space Systems Architecture for Resource Utilization: A Workbook for Practitioners
Space resources will transform human enterprise. This practical workbook is a comprehensive treatment, packed with unique exercises, and offers an invaluable guide for start-ups, students, and space enthusiasts, who will find insights to strengthen and deepen their own capabilities. Systems are complex and architectures tie them together, requiring technical understanding, and so much more. This book will show the reader how to start a space business, appeal to legislators, interact with regulators, engage the public, and to coordinate diverse, international teams. It will allow them to gain the confidence to build, live, work, and move about in space.
Peter J. Schubert completed his PhD at Purdue University on a General Motors Fellowship, and has published 10 book chapters, 13 journal articles, and 81 conference papers. He has received grants from NASA, DoD, NSF, DOE, and USDA, and was a Fulbright Specialist for the Department of State. Schubert holds 43 US patents, plus 13 in the EU. While in private industry, he was a Systems Engineer and Technical Fellow, and is now a Professor of Engineering at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), where he also serves as Director of the Richard G. Lugar Center for Renewable Energy. He is CEO of Green Fortress Engineering, Inc., commercializing his intellectual property in cleantech and in situ resource utilization. In 2020, he was awarded the Bantz-Petronio Faculty Award for Translating Research into Practice.
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