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Alexander.Daykin-Iliopoulos@soton.ac.uk

Alexander Daykin-Iliopoulos

Postgraduate research student

Alexander graduated in Aerospace Engineering at Queen Mary, University of London in 2014. He is currently a PhD student at the University of Southampton working on an investigation of heaterless hollow cathode ignition as well a research engineer at Mars Space LTD working on a wide range of EP systems. 

Research

Research interests

His research focus is primarily on electric propulsion systems, in particular the development of novel hollow cathode concepts.

Professional

Qualifications

MEng Aerospace Engineering from Queen Mary University of london (2014)

Publications

Daykin-Iliopoulos, A., Gabriel, S.B., Golosnoy, I.O., Kubota, K. and Funaki, I. (2015) Investigation of heaterless hollow cathode breakdown At 34th International Electric Propulsion Conference, Japan. 04 - 10 Jul 2015. 9 pp.

Daykin-Iliopoulos, Alexander and Desai, Ravindra (2014) Performance evaluation of micropropulsion systems with the application of Active Debris Removal At 50th AIAA/ASME/SAE/ASEE Joint Propulsion Conference, United States. (doi:10.2514/6.2014-3540).

Daykin-Iliopoulos, Alexander, Gabriel, S.B. and Golosnoy, I.O. (2016) An investigation into the glow discharge phase of an LaB6 heaterless hollow cathode At Space Propulsion 2016 (the 5th conference on space propulsion), Italy. 02 - 06 May 2016. 13 pp.

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