Anuja Magdum (and TigerSats) present at the Maine Space Conference!
Nov. 5, 2023

Anuja Magdum ('26) presented her implementation of Shannen Prindle's ('23) CubeSat solar-charging testbed at the inaugural Maine Space Conference.  Other TigerSats projects presented at the conference included:

Anthony Matimu's ('26) "NanoLab" platform for bulk…
Dave Singh invited to present at the SmallSat Conference!
Aug. 5, 2023

Dave Singh ('24) won competitive invitation to present his TigerSats junior Independent Work project (a novel Helmholtz cage testbed for CubeSat attitude control simulation) at the prestigious annual SmallSat Conference at Utah State.  Dave's project proved to be the most…

Kyle Ikuma wins the SEAS Jaskowsky Price for his EduSat project!
May 30, 2023

Kyle Ikuma ('23) won the SEAS Lore van Jaskowksy Memorial Prize, for "noticeable élan in research that has resulted in a contribution to the field", in large part for his EduSat project! (as well as his work on MEMSat…

Shannen Prindle wins best aerospace thesis for her CubeSat project!
May 29, 2023

Shannen Prindle ('23), along with Kyle Ikuma, was awarded MAE's John Marshall II Memorial Prize for best Independent Work in the aerospace field, in large part for her senior thesis designing a low-cost CubeSat reaction wheel module (along with her prior…

Kevin Tong wins best MAE independent work, including his high-altitude balloon launch senior thesis!
May 24, 2022

Congratulations to Kevin Tong ('22) for winning the The John Marshall II Memorial Prize for best MAE independent work, including his senior thesis in the TigerSats lab, in which he surveyed, designed, and qualified (by high-altitude balloon launch and recovery!) a broad suite of CubeSat horizon sensors.  Learn more about Kevin's fantastic…

Sydney Hsu wins award for CubeSat senior thesis with highest research potential!
May 23, 2022

Congratulations to Sydney Hsu ('22) for winning the The Sigma Xi Book Award for MAE senior thesis with the highest research potential, for her work on the design, prototyping, and proof-of-concept of an origami aeroshell for CubeSats.  Learn more about Sydney's fantastic project…

Michael Hauge wins best-overall MAE senior thesis for his CubeSat project!
May 24, 2021

Congratulations to Michael Hauge ('21) for winning the Morgan W. McKinzie Prize for best-overall MAE senior thesis, for his work on our CubeSat attitude stabilization system (and accompany design & simulation software tool)! Learn more about Michael's fantastic project(s) 

MAE Spotlight: Michael Hauge
April 2, 2021
MAE Spotlight on 4-year TigerSats key contributor Michael Hauge:…
TigerSats launches Princeton's first TWO student satellites into orbit!
Feb. 20, 2021

On Feb 20, 2021, Princeton's first TWO student nanosats EVER launched into orbit aboard the Antares/Cygnus NG-15 resupply mission to the ISS!  Watch our fun launch party and learn more about ProtoSat and MEMSat…