Hendra Kesuma

Hendra Kesuma
Universität Bremen | Uni Bremen · Faculty 01: Physics/Electrical Engineering

PhD

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Introduction
He produced dozens of patents at Airbus Defence & Space/Ariane Group on space radiation protection, thermoelectric generator, wireless communication, wireless energy transfer, artificial intelligence, space robotic and micro chip architecture which have initiated number of projects to enhance European space industries. He also founded Bremen Dynamics in 2016 at University Bremen Campus to motivate and prepare Students for their future Start-ups: http://www.bremen-dynamics.com/tutorial.html

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Publications (11)
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In this work, we propose a multimedia system architecture that enhances human habitation in space mission and increase astronaut's security outside the habitation. The multimedia system is designed to support interfaces to multimedia devices such as web camera, touch screen, keyboard/mouse, VGA Monitor, audio input/output, infrared file transfer. I...
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In this work we show the design and measurement of ultrasonic wireless sensor network in on-earth Columbus Module. The module is a copy of the original module attached on International Space Station (ISS) and it is usually used for testing any new hardware before launching them to the ISS. An analog mixed signal 350 nm technology Application-Specif...
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The work in this paper describes implementation of Artificial Neural Network (ANN) on space processor LEON3. The ANN has been tested for training voice signal and for detecting anomaly signal on multiple analog sensors. The build-in radiation hardened UART 115200 interface of standard Space Hardware was utilized to receive compressed data from Arti...
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The development of space electronics especially for launcher such as Ariane 6 has to fulfill space standards and space requirements provided by the space industries. The standards of the European Cooperation for Space Standardization (ECSS) are used extensively to ensure a development process that meets the space requirements. This standard covers...
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The Ariane Launcher is the heavy-lift launch vehicle of the Ariane rocket family. The focus of this chapter is infrared wireless sensor network development for the vehicle equipment bay (VEB) on Ariane launchers. The development of the infrared transceiver application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) requires measurement data for the upper-stage...
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In this work the design of low power infrared transceiver ASIC with AMS350nm technology is presented. There are two different types of transceiver designs that have been developed. The first design is based on IrDA 9600 baud serial infrared (SIR) standard physical signal layer that uses split-phase Manchester coding technique and the second design...
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In this work we show the design and implementation of an efficient telemetry subsystem for Wireless Sensor Networks inside the Vehicle Equipment Bay (VEB) of the ARIANE 5. The telemetry subsystem is utilizing infrared data communication and consists of various smart sensor chips such as temperature sensor, humidity sensor, visible light intensity s...
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In this work we design and implement efficient time synchronization/stamping method for Wireless Sensor Network inside the Vehicle Equipment Bay (VEB) of the ARIANE 5. The sensor nodes in the network do not require real time clock (RTC) hardware to store and stamp each measurement data performed by the sensors. There will be only the measurement se...
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In this work we investigate the Bit-Error-Rate (BER) of the Infrared (Ir) Communication inside the Vehicle Equipment Bay (VEB) of the ARIANE 5. Measurements were performed to find the impact of the reflection of the infrared signal via Multi Layer Insulation (MLI) on the infrared wireless sensor network (Ir WSN) communication in the VEB. The main f...
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The design concept of a microfabricated heat engine, conceived as an electrostatic power generator, along with the fabrication and characterization of its prototype is described. Its main part is a closed chamber placed between a heat source and a cold sink and filled with a liquid-gas mixture. The thermal energy flowing through the chamber causes...

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Finally OPEN SOURCE COVID-19 Laminar Air Flow Table is on YouTube https://youtu.be/kj6Lwo6w8Ec
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Please share the following information for helping people in developing countries to build their own COVID-19 mask and fan with locally available material to allow them to go back to normal daily activities. I try to use simple english in the following link to allow non-scientific people to undestand the content and follow the tutorial:
1. How to build your own COVID-19 LASER Mask
2. How to build your own COVID-19 LASER Fan
3. How to get COVID-19 LASER diodes and test its optical power
4. Information about scientific proofs
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I know it is very difficult to confince young people to build the stuffs for themselves 😀
For that, I have created a link with full of information and proofs. If they don't try at least they can read it 😀
Please share this information to anyone who wants to help himself and the society 😀

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To design and develop wireless technology that monitor space environment for plans and human in space
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to harvest energy on heat source and power wireless sensor for structural monitoring for Aircraft with low Delta T
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The Future Launchers Preparatory Programme (FLPP) is a technology development and maturation programme of the European Space Agency (ESA). It develops technologies for the application in future European launch vehicles (launchers) and in upgrades to existing launch vehicles. By this it helps to reduce time, risk and cost of launcher development programmes.