Francesco Branz, Ph.D.
Francesco Branz, Ph.D.
Department of Information Engineering, University of Padova
Verified email at unipd.it
TitleCited byYear
Active space debris removal by a hybrid propulsion module
LT DeLuca, F Bernelli, F Maggi, P Tadini, C Pardini, L Anselmo, M Grassi, ...
Acta Astronautica 91, 20-33, 2013
742013
Modelling and control of double-cone dielectric elastomer actuator
F Branz, A Francesconi
Smart Materials and Structures 25 (9), 095040, 2016
162016
Asteroid origins satellite (AOSAT) I: an on-orbit centrifuge science laboratory
J Lightholder, A Thoesen, E Adamson, J Jakubowski, R Nallapu, ...
Acta Astronautica 133, 81-94, 2017
142017
Active debris multi-removal mission concept based on hybrid propulsion
P Tadini, U Tancredi, M Grassi, L Anselmo, C Pardini, A Francesconi, ...
Acta Astronautica 103, 26-35, 2014
142014
2d close-range navigation sensor for miniature cooperative spacecraft
F Sansone, F Branz, A Francesconi, M Barbetta, MG Pelizzo
IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems 50 (1), 160-169, 2014
142014
Flexible Electromagnetic Leash Docking system (FELDs) experiment from design to microgravity testing
D Petrillo, M Buonomo, A Cavinato, F Chiariotti, M Gaino, F Branz, ...
66Th International Astronautical Congress, IAC-15 E 2, 2015
132015
ARCADE-R2 experiment on board BEXUS 17 stratospheric balloon
M Barbetta, A Boesso, F Branz, A Carron, L Olivieri, J Prendin, ...
CEAS Space Journal 7 (3), 347-358, 2015
122015
Survivability to hypervelocity impacts of electrodynamic tape tethers for deorbiting spacecraft in LEO
A Francesconi, C Giacomuzzo, F Branz, EC Lorenzini
6th European Conference on Space Debris 723, 2013
112013
Active space debris removal by hybrid engine module
L DE LUCA, F BERNELLI ZAZZERA, F Maggi, P Tadini, C Pardini, ...
63rd International Astronautical Congress (IAC), 2660-2673, 2012
112012
Morphing electroadhesive interface to manipulate uncooperative objects
L Savioli, G Sguotti, A Francesconi, F Branz, J Krahn, C Menon
Sensors and Smart Structures Technologies for Civil, Mechanical, and …, 2014
102014
Proximity relative navigation sensors for small-scale spacecraft and drones
F Sansone, L Olivieri, F Branz, A Francesconi
International Astronautical Congress, 2015
92015
Soft-Docking System for Capture of Irrecularly Shaped, Uncontrolled Space Objects
F Branz, L Savioli, A Francesconi, F Sansone, J Krahn, C Menon
6th European Conference on Space Debris 723, 2013
92013
Active removal of large massive objects by hybrid propulsion module
LT DeLuca, M Lavagna, F Maggi, P Tadini, C Pardini, L Anselmo, ...
5th European Conference for Aeronautics and Space Sciences (EUCASS), Munich …, 2013
92013
Kinematics and control of redundant robotic arm based on dielectric elastomer actuators
F Branz, A Antonello, A Carron, R Carli, A Francesconi
Electroactive Polymer Actuators and Devices (EAPAD) 2015 9430, 943023, 2015
82015
Conceptual design of small spacecraft docking mechanism actuated by electroactive polymers
L Olivieri, F Branz, L Savioli, A Francesconi
Proc. 2nd IAA Conference on University Satellites Missions and Cubesat …, 2013
82013
Innovative technologies for non-cooperative targets close inspection and grasping
F Branz, L Savioli, F Sansone, A Francesconi
Proceedings of the 63rd international astronautical congress, Naples, 1-5, 2012
82012
Low-cost relative navigation sensors for miniature spacecraft and drones
F Sansone, A Francesconi, L Olivieri, F Branz
2015 IEEE Metrology for Aerospace (MetroAeroSpace), 389-394, 2015
72015
Experimental evaluation of a Dielectric Elastomer robotic arm for space applications
F Branz, A Francesconi
Acta Astronautica 133, 324-333, 2017
52017
Active space debris removal by hybrid rocket propulsion
LT DeLuca
Proceedings of the 2nd European Workshop on Active Debris Removal, 2012
52012
Cubesat mission concept for tethered electromagnetic docking demonstration
L Olivieri, R Mantellato, F Branz, F Sansone, A Cavinato, M Gaino, ...
Tartu Conference on Space Science and Technology, 2014
42014
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