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Dmitrii Abrameshin

  • Dmitrii Abrameshin has been at HSE University since 2013.

Education

2016

Bachelor's in Computer Science and Technology
HSE University

Postgraduate Studies

3rd year of study
Approved topic of thesis: Polymer dielectrics with controlled conductivity for spacecraft electronics
Academic Supervisor: Pozhidaev, Evgeny

Student Term / Thesis Papers

Courses (2018/2019)


Publications9

HSE University’s CubeSX-HSE Satellite Launched into Orbit

On March 22 at 9:07 Moscow time, a Soyuz-2.1a rocket with a Fregat upper stage was successfully launched. The launch vehicle carried a total of 38 satellites from 18 countries into sun-synchronous orbits, including HSE University’s CubeSX-HSE satellite, which will conduct remote sensing of the Earth.

HSE to Launch a Satellite into Space

By the end of 2020, HSE scientists will launch their own satellite into low Earth orbit, which will allow them to observe the Earth via the satellite’s remote sensors. To design and create the satellite, specialists and students of MIEM HSE and the HSE Lyceum worked closely with the Sputniks company, the Sirius Education Centre, and Scanex.

‘Now I Will Pursue a Future Career in Space’

During the ‘Big Challenges’ session at the Sirius Educational Centre, five high school students, under the supervision of mentors from MIEM HSE, assembled a small artificial earth satellite. The participants of the research session were young finalists of a nationwide competition held by the educational centre. All five of the students are Olympiad champions and team members of large-scale projects.