Miracle Israel Nazarious
Miracle Israel Nazarious

Miracle Israel Nazarious

PhD Student position
Luleå University of Technology
Atmospheric science
Space Technology
Department of Computer Science, Electrical and Space Engineering
miracle.israel.nazarious@ltu.se
+46 (0)920 493105
A3426 Luleå

Inspired and passionate PhD candidate in space instrument development and qualification, striving towards multi-disciplinary research and
innovation in space science and technology for planetary exploration. Let's begin with Moon and Mars.

Vision: Innovating technological solutions for space exploration missions through state-of-the-art research and contribute to betterment of human life for common causes.

Background: Aerospace Engineering.

Direction: Working with applied engineering in planetary science applications relevant for space exploration.

Research focus: Space technology design and development, space instrumentation, calibration, validation and qualification, planetary atmospheres, surfaces and sub-surfaces, in-situ resource utilization (ISRU), habitability, astrobiology, space exploration. 

Experience: Mechanical (CAD, structural, thermal and flow analysis) and electronics (breadboard and PCB) design, embedded (microcontroller and FPGA) and scientific programming (data logging and data analysis), developing concepts to instrument prototypes (Arduino, Raspberry Pi, 3D printing), sensors (temperature, pressure, relative humidity, IR thermopile, gas monitoring, peltier element, electrical conductivity, pH, redox probes) and instrument calibration modelling and validation tests (thermal vacuum chamber, Mars simulation chamber, blackbody source, solar simulator) in clean room and field site environment.

Publications

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Publications

Article in journal

Subsurface scientific exploration of extraterrestrial environments (MINAR 5) (2019)

analogue science, technology and education in the Boulby Mine, UK
Cockell. C, Martin-Torres. J, Zorzano. M, Bhardwaj. A, Soria-Salinas. Á, Mathanla. T, et al.
International Journal of Astrobiology, Vol. 18, nr. 2, s. 157-182