• Space Architecture Program Welcomes Nippon Foundation Chairman Yohei Sasakawa

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  • Falcon Heavy Rocket Will Be One Of Spacex’s Biggest Tests Yet: Olga Bannova Speaks With LA Times

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  • RASC-AL 2017 competition

    SICSA students are RASC-AL competition finalists

  • AIAA Human Spaceflight: Phobos Base Design Competition

    2016-2017 First Place winners

  • Genesis Single Person Spacecraft Interior Design Competition

    SICSA Students Win Superior Design Award

  • Ancile-Hab

    The Shield of Mars. SICSA team was one of ‘Top 30’ finalists of 3D-printed Habitat Challenge competition.

  • Space Exploration

    Modular Architecture for 0-G

  • Lunar Habitat

    Surface Habitat Concept

  • Space Exploration

    TransHabitat

  • The Expedition

    A Cislunar / Martian Orbiter

  • Deep Space Exploration

    Mission to Phobos and Deimos

  • Planetary Exploration

    Mars Surface Base

  • Extreme Environment

    Offshore Oil Rig Re-Purposing

  • Mars Transfer Vehicle

    Re-Configurable Building System

Final Presentations of Fall semester

SICSA students and visiting students from Lund University/Industrial Design program (Sweden) presented their projects in the COAD atrium on December 7th and 8th of 2021. It was a wonderful opportunity to present and discuss projects live after almost two years of strictly virtual events around the globe! SICSA students projects included:

December 7th

  • LEO-ov: The Low Earth Orbit Operations Vehicle (LEO-ov)is a commercial space operations and research station that harmoniously incorporatesboth working astronauts and commercial guests. Pranita Khedkar & Ed Kneeland
  • LunaPort: a lunar habitation module that enables a crew of four astronauts to conduct ISRU research and test inflatable surface habitat technology during a 14 day mission near Shackleton crater. Patrick Lambeth, Krystofer Dudzinski,​ Ayush Khandelwal
  • Sustainabuilt Lunar Homestead: Lunar base that provides the foundation for a long-lasting presence on the moon by utilizing a sustainable architecture that ushers in humanity’s next giant leap. Josh Kivijarv​, Adam Doll​, Terrence Brown
  • Barcelunar - An architectural approach for an economically viable lunar volatiles harvesting outpost. Veronica Pesenti, Hannah Seymour, Chad Hobson, Ricardo Miguel​

December 8th

  • Integration of intelligent health monitoring systems into inflatable structures, Jasleen Kaur
  • Asteroid Interaction Pathways​: Evaluating concepts of direct contact interaction​, Richard Spolzino

  • Evaluating Efficacy of VR Technology As A Validation Method For Spacecraft Habitat Design, Osaid Sasi
  • Extra-terrestrial Lava Tubes Exploration: Mission Architecture for Tele-operated Robotic Exploration of Surface Geological Formations on the Moon and Mars, Gerardo Cambronero