David Selčan is a Researcher in the field of Electronics Engineering at the University of Maribor. He is currently working on the TRISAT nanosatellite project, where he is responsible for all aspects of software design, from programming embedded microprocessor systems to digital logic design for implementation inside FPGAs.
He is actively pursuing research into using advanced design techniques to enable the use of standard affordable components inside highly reliable fault-tolerant electronic systems. He has authored and co-authored two scientific papers and eight conference papers in the fields of Aerospace, Telecommunications and Electronics Engineering.
Pursuing a Ph.D. in Electronics Engineering
University of Maribor, 2014–
(Eqv. to) M.Sc. in Electronics Engineering
University of Maribor, 2012–2014
(Eqv. to) B.Sc. in Electronics Engineering
University of Maribor, 2009–2012
The TRISAT nanosatellite aims to provide an in-orbit demonstration of the Slovenian space technologies by following the latest trends of technology miniaturization, addressing the upcoming changes in the economy of space.
The ESMO Project represented an opportunity for students to design a lunar mission and so contribute to the scientific knowledge and future exploration of the Moon by returning new data and testing new technologies.