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Doctor Hanna Sykulska-Lawrence

Lecturer in Astronautics

Research interests

  • Hanna's research interests involve the miniaturization of scientific instrumentation for the in-situ study of planets. With a focus on instrument and new technology development, she is currently leading a number of projects, including the development of a miniature wideband radiometer for the in-situ study of planetary atmospheres and also the miniaturization of a Raman Spectrometer for Jupiter’s moon Europa. Previously, she has worked on miniaturizing a variety of sensors for planetary exploration, including a wind sensor for Mars, a MEMS microseismometer and micromachined bolometer detector arrays for a thermal mapping spectrometer for a lunar mission. In particular, she was involved in designing, fabricating, delivering and operating two microscopes on NASA’s Phoenix Mars Lander 2007.
  • Hanna's research interests involve the miniaturization of scientific instrumentation for the in-situ study of planets. With a focus on instrument and new technology development, she is currently leading a number of projects, including the development of a miniature wideband radiometer for the in-situ study of planetary atmospheres and also the miniaturization of a Raman Spectrometer for Jupiter’s moon Europa. Previously, she has worked on miniaturizing a variety of sensors for planetary exploration, including a wind sensor for Mars, a MEMS microseismometer and micromachined bolometer detector arrays for a thermal mapping spectrometer for a lunar mission. In particular, she was involved in designing, fabricating, delivering and operating two microscopes on NASA’s Phoenix Mars Lander 2007.
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Email: h.m.sykulska-lawrence@soton.ac.uk

Address: Boldrewood Campus, Burgess Road, SO16 7QF (View in Google Maps)

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Research interests

  • Hanna's research interests involve the miniaturization of scientific instrumentation for the in-situ study of planets. With a focus on instrument and new technology development, she is currently leading a number of projects, including the development of a miniature wideband radiometer for the in-situ study of planetary atmospheres and also the miniaturization of a Raman Spectrometer for Jupiter’s moon Europa. Previously, she has worked on miniaturizing a variety of sensors for planetary exploration, including a wind sensor for Mars, a MEMS microseismometer and micromachined bolometer detector arrays for a thermal mapping spectrometer for a lunar mission. In particular, she was involved in designing, fabricating, delivering and operating two microscopes on NASA’s Phoenix Mars Lander 2007.
  • Hanna's research interests involve the miniaturization of scientific instrumentation for the in-situ study of planets. With a focus on instrument and new technology development, she is currently leading a number of projects, including the development of a miniature wideband radiometer for the in-situ study of planetary atmospheres and also the miniaturization of a Raman Spectrometer for Jupiter’s moon Europa. Previously, she has worked on miniaturizing a variety of sensors for planetary exploration, including a wind sensor for Mars, a MEMS microseismometer and micromachined bolometer detector arrays for a thermal mapping spectrometer for a lunar mission. In particular, she was involved in designing, fabricating, delivering and operating two microscopes on NASA’s Phoenix Mars Lander 2007.
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  • Hanna's research interests involve the miniaturization of scientific instrumentation for the in

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Doctor Hanna Sykulska-Lawrence
Sponsor: Royal Society
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