ASUSat3 (Digital Microfluidics Device and Micropropulsion Demonstrator) Conference Paper uri icon


  • Part of the AIAA / NASA GSFC / AFOSR / AFRL/VS University Nanosat 3 Program, the objectives of Arizona State University's ASUSat3 are to 1) evaluate a digital micro fluidics device on orbit, 2) integrate and demonstrate a MEMS micropropulsion system on a nanosatellite, and 3) provide a positive and relevant student experience, and encourage a diverse group of young people to pursue careers in aerospace. This paper details our design and our student program in support of the objectives. Copyright 2004 by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Inc. All rights reserved.

name of conference

  • Space 2004 Conference and Exhibit

published proceedings

  • Space 2004 Conference and Exhibit

author list (cited authors)

  • Ocampo, A., Egan, L., Henrikson, E., & Reed, H.

citation count

  • 0

complete list of authors

  • Ocampo, April||Egan, Lauren||Henrikson, Erik||Reed, Helen

publication date

  • September 2004