ST3LLAR is a stable framework for interdisciplinary collaboration in research and development of space technology, aimed to promote and develop flight systems making use of new and disruptive processes and technologies. Its the current UC3M-Sener chair.
EXPLORE THE RESEARCH TOPICS
ST3LLAR research topics range across the spectrum of space systems development, including onboard hardware and software, telecommunications, attitude determination and control, and all support subsystems for on-ground testing and operation.
Click on each part of the image of the satellite in order to explore the involved research topics and the responsible research groups.
Images at right: Courtesy of The Aerospace Corporation. California.
Encourage the participation of students and research groups in interdisciplinary research activities. The ultimate and concrete goal of ST3LLAR is to develop space technology with an agile methodology, and test it in-flight using small demonstration satellites.
ST3LLAR is a joint effort of SENER Aeroespacial and Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, involving several research groups.
Students are very welcome to join us in this adventure, carrying out their BSc or MSc theses in one of our activities.