Leitung
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Alfred Krabbe

Assistenz
Barbara Klett

Geschäftsleitung
Dr.-Ing. Thomas Keilig

Deputy SMO Director (Kalifornien)
N.N.

Standortleiter AFRC & SOFIA Teleskop Manager
Dipl.-Ing. Michael Hütwohl

Standortleiter ARC & und Facility Scientist
Dr. rer. nat. Jürgen Wolf

Technology Advisor
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jörg Wagner

Bildungs- und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit
Dr. rer. nat. Dörte Mehlert


Deutsches SOFIA Institut
Pfaffenwaldring 29
70569 Stuttgart

Tel. +49 (0)711/685-62379
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Michael Lachenmann

Herr
Dr.-Ing. Michael Lachenmann
Optical Raytracing und Finite-Elemente-Modellierung

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Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy - SOFIA
Deutsches SOFIA Institut - DSI
NASA Ames Research Center
Mail Stop N211-1
Moffet Field, CA 94035
USA

Fachgebiet:
  • Optical Raytracing
  • Environmental Tests
  • Kleinsatellit Lunar Mission BW1
  • Kleinsatellit Flying Laptop
  • Orbitsimulation
  • Auslegung und Entwicklung von Kamerasystemen
Lebenslauf:
seit 2011 Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter des Deutschen SOFIA Instituts der Universität Stuttgart am NASA Ames Research Center
2012 Promotion zum Thema: Missionsanalyse und Nutzlastauswahl des Kleinsatelliten Lunar Mission BW1
2006 - 2010 Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Institut für Raumfahrtsysteme der Universität Stuttgart

2000 - 2006

Diplomstudium Luft- und Raumfahrttechnik, Universität Stuttgart
 
Diplomarbeit im Bereich Kleinsatelliten am Institut für Raumfahrtsysteme, Universität Stuttgart:
"Utilization of Low-Cost-CMOS-/CCD-Cameras on a Small Satellite for Monitoring and Public Relations"
 
Studienarbeit am Institut für Aerodynamik und Gasdynamik der Universität Stuttgart:
"High-order Boundary Discretization of a Discontinuous-Galerkin Scheme"
1999 Abitur am Max-Planck-Gymnasium Nürtingen
Publikationen::
Environmental testing for new SOFIA flight hardware

M. Lachenmann, J. Wolf, R. Strecker, B. Weckenmann, F. Trimpe, and H. Hall.
SPIE Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation, 91452V, International Society for Optics and Photonics, 2014.

Upgrade of the SOFIA target acquisition and tracking cameras

J. Wolf, M. Wiedemann, E. Pfüller, M. Lachenmann, H. Hall, H.-P. Röser.
SPIE Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation, 91450W, International Society for Optics and Photonics, 2014.

Missionsanalyse und Nutzlastauswahl des Kleinsatelliten Lunar Mission BW1

M. Lachenmann.
PhD thesis, Universität Stuttgart, 2012.

A new backup secondary mirror for SOFIA

M. Lachenmann, M. Burgdorf, J. Wolf, and R. Brewster.
SPIE Astronomical Telescopes and Instrumentation, 84442S, International Society for Optics and Photonics, 2012.

Analyses of orbital lifetime and observation conditions of small lunar satellites

O. Zeile, M. Lachenmann, E. Baumstark, A. Mohr, D. Bock, R. Laufer, N. Sneeuw, and H.-P. Roeser.
Acta Astronautica. Vol. 66(3-4):516-527, Februar 2010.

Analyses of orbital lifetime and observation conditions of small lunar satellites

O. Zeile, M. Lachenmann, E. Baumstark, A. Mohr, D. Bock, R. Laufer, N. Sneeuw, and H.-P. Roeser.
59th International Astronautical Congress (IAC), Glasgow, United Kingdom, 2008.

Academic Small Lunar Satellite Mission Concept and Design

R. Laufer, D. Bock, M. Lachenmann, H.-P. Roeser, and Lunar Mission BW1 Project Team.
59th International Astronautical Congress (IAC), Glasgow, United Kingdom, 2008.

Experiments and Instruments of Lunar Mission BW1

M. Lachenmann, R. Laufer, and H.-P. Roeser.
European Planetary Science Congress, Potsdam, Germany, Conference contribution, 2007.

Video compression of the Flying Laptop for low bandwidth satellite links

M. Lachenmann, S. Walz, and H.-P. Roeser.
R. Sandau, H.-P. Roeser, A. Valenzuela, (ed.) Small Satellites for Earth Observation, Berlin, Germany, Conference contribution, April 2007.

 

Betreute Studien- und Diplomarbeiten:

Design and analysis of the new mounting interface for the improved FFI of SOFIA
Philip Castelo Branco.
Advisors: P. Middendorf, M. Lachenmann, and K. Birkefeld. University of Stuttgart. Study thesis, June 2014.

Performance of SOFIA Optics at Low Temperatures
F. Trimpe.
Advisors: M. Lachenmann, J. Wolf, and A. Krabbe. University of Stuttgart, Deutsches SOFIA Institut. Study thesis, September 2013.

Setup and Use of a Thermal/Vacuum Test Chamber for the Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy SOFIA
B. Weckenmann.
Advisors: M. Lachenmann, J. Wolf, and A. Krabbe. University of Stuttgart, Deutsches SOFIA Institut. Study thesis, 2013.

Entwurf und Fertigung des optischen Baffle für das Multispektrale Kamerasystem MICS des Kleinsatelliten Flying Laptop – Design and Manufacturing of the Optical Baffle of the Multi-Spectral Camera System MICS of the Small Satellite Flying Laptop
N. Baurain.
Advisors: F. Böhringer, M. Lachenmann, M. Lengowski, F. Steinmetz, and H.-P. Roeser. University of Stuttgart, Institute of Space Systems. Diploma thesis, September 2011.

Analyse der Einflüsse der Van-Allen-Gürtel auf einen Kleinsatelliten – Analysis of the effects of the Van-Allen belts on a small satellite
C. Hill.
Advisors: M. Lachenmann, T. Kuwahara, R. Laufer, and H.-P. Roeser. University of Stuttgart, Institute of Space Systems. Study thesis, May 2010.

Aufbau und Charakterisierung des Optikmessplatzes für das multispektrale Kamerasystem MICS des Kleinsatelliten Flying Laptop - Design and Characterization of the Optical Test Facility for the Multispectral Imaging Camera System MICS of the Small Satellite Flying Laptop
A. Büttner.
Advisors: M. Lachenmann, F. Böhringer, and H.-P. Roeser. University of Stuttgart, Institute of Space Systems. Diploma thesis, February 2010.

Einbindung einer COTS-Industriekamera als Panoramakamera für die Kleinsatellitenmission Flying Laptop - Integration of a COTS Industrial Camera as Panoramic Camera for the Small Satellite Mission Flying Laptop
T. Aust.
Advisors: F. Böhringer, M. Lachenmann, and H.-P. Roeser. University of Stuttgart, Institute of Space Systems. Diploma thesis, August 2009.

Anforderungen an die TICS Kamera der Lunar Mission BW1 unter Berücksichtigung der Verwendung von SERTIS-Daten - Requirements of the TICS camera of Lunar Mission BW1 considering the application of SERTIS data
M. Horstmann.
Advisors: M. Lachenmann and R. Laufer. University of Stuttgart, Institute of Space Systems. Technical report, October 2008.

Detaillierte Auslegung der Primärstruktur und Konzeption des Ingenieurmodells der Lunar Mission BW1 - Detailed Design of the Primary Structure and Conception of the Engineering Model of the Lunar Mission BW1
V. Mariathasan.
Advisors: M. Lachenmann, R. Laufer, M. Lengowski, and H.-P. Roeser. University of Stuttgart, Institute of Space Systems. Study thesis, October 2008.

Prediction of the orbital elements and maneuver strategies of a low lunar orbit spacecraft in a non-spherical gravitational field - Parametervorhersage und Flugstrategien für eine Sonde im niedriegen Mondorbit im nichtsphärischen Gravitationasfeld
E. Baumstark.
Advisors: M. Lachenmann, O. Zeile, and H.-P. Roeser. University of Stuttgart, Institute of Space Systems. Study thesis, August 2008.

Entwurf einer Niedrigschub Erde-Mond-Transferbahn mit STK - Developement of a Low-Thrust Earth-Moon-Trajectory with STK
A. Zöllner.
Advisors: M. Lachenmann, O. Zeile, and H.-P. Roeser. University of Stuttgart, Institute of Space Systems. Study thesis, August 2008.

Lunar Mission BW1 Radio Experiment
A. Delgado González.
Advisors: M. Lachenmann and R. Laufer. University of Stuttgart, Institute of Space Systems. Technical report, September 2007.

Lunare Erkundung im thermischen Infrarotbereich - Lunar Exploration in the thermal infrared
J. Kuhlmann.
Advisors: R. Laufer and M. Lachenmann. University of Stuttgart, Institute of Space Systems. Technical report, March 2007.

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