Danil Ivanov

Russian Academy of SciencesSenior Researcher at Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics

Danil Ivanov is a Senior Researcher at Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics of Russian Academy of Sciences. Since 2009 he has been developing algorithms for satellite attitude determination and control systems. He is also studying new approaches for satellite formation flying control. He was involved in the development of attitude control system for a set of small satellite missions: Chibis-M (launched in 2012), TabletSat-Aurora (2014), TNS-0 #2 (2017), SiriusSat-1&2 (2018), OrbiCraft-Zorkiy (2021) and others. Danil Ivanov was involved and currently participates in a number of international projects with Bremen University, Berlin Technical University, Morehead State University, University of Beira Interior, National Space Organization, Beyond Atlas company and others. Danil Ivanov is an Associate Professor at the Analytical Mechanics Department and Mathematical Modelling and Applied Mathematics Department of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) since 2010. At MIPT he teaches Theoretical Mechanics and gives lectures for courses “Measurement Processing Methods” and “Systems with Elements of Artificial Intelligence”. He is also the scientific supervisor of a number of bachelor, master and PhD students. Danil regularly participates in international conferences and forums to share his knowledge with space community. He was a co-chair for a set of IAC technical sessions of Symposium B4 on Small Satellites Missions. He is an author of about 50 papers published in peer-reviewed journals. Danil is also a recognized reviewer of the papers from Acta Astronautica and Advances in Space Research journals. His hobby is making ceramics with an image of satellites and space.