Kanika Garg
Kanika Garg

Kanika Garg

PhD Student
Luleå University of Technology
Onboard space systems
Space Technology
Department of Computer Science, Electrical and Space Engineering

Kanika Garg is a Ph.D. student at Lulea Technical University (LTU). Currently, she works under the supervision of Prof. Reza Emami, chaired professor in the Onboard Space Systems group in the department of Computer Science, Electrical and Space Engineering. Her research is focused on designing an autonomous navigation system for aerobots in collaboration with Swedish Space Corporation (SSC).

She obtained her  Bachelors degree from Manipal University, India (MIT). During her bachelors, she founded Manipal University student satellite team ( Parikshit) in collaboration with Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). After her bachelors, she worked for an year with ISRO on designing of control system for reusable launch vehicle. She obtained her Masters degree from  Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) in August, 2015.


Doctoral thesis, comprehensive summary

Autonomous Navigation System for High Altitude Balloons (2019)

Garg. K
Article in journal

Balloon Ascent Prediction (2019)

Comparative Study of Analytical, Fuzzy and Regression Models
Garg. K, Emami. R
Advances in Space Research, Vol. 64, nr. 1, s. 252-270
Article in journal

Balloon design for Mars, Venus, and Titan atmospheres (2019)

Garg. K
Applied Sciences
Conference paper

Fuzzy Modelling of Zero-pressure Balloon Ascent (2018)

Garg. K, Emami. R
Part of: 2018 Modeling and Simulation Technologies Conference, 2018