dmitrypritykin

Dmitry Pritykin

Senior Research Scientist
Space Center

Dr. Dmitry Pritykin was graduated from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology and got his Ph.D. in the same institute. Before joining Skoltech in 2018, he worked in MIPT Department of Theoretical mechanics, where he taught courses on classical mechanics and control. He authored MIPT classical mechanics courses for Coursera Platform. When in MIPT his research was focused on celestial mechanics and aerospace engineering, the latter in the High-precision attitude control systems Lab.

Dr. Pritykin’s present research projects pertains to the areas of small satellites dynamics and control, position and attitude control of satellites  in swarms and formations, space logistics.

 

Small Satellites Lab

  • small satellites dynamics and control;
  • position and attitude control of satellites  in swarms and formations;
  • space debris modeling;
  • space logistics.

Recent Peer-Reviewed Publications

Recent Conferences

  • Danil Ivanov, Shamil Biktimirov, Kirill Chernov, Alexander Kharlan, Uliana Monakhova, Dmitry Pritykin Writing with Sunlight: CubeSat Formation Control Using Aerodynamic Forces 70th International Astronautical Congress, Washington, D.C., 21–25 October 2019
  • A. Mahfouz,  D. Pritykin, A. Afanasev, A. Annenkova, K. Latyshev Coordinated Attitude Determination and Control in a Swarm of CubeSats. 70th International Astronautical Congress, Washington, D.C., 21–25 October 2019
  • Y. Menshenin, K. Latyshev, A. Mahfouz, and D. Pritykin. Applying the model-based conceptual design approach to adcs development: a case study of a cubesat swarm mission. 70th International Astronautical Congress, Washington, D.C., 21–25 October 2019
  • Shamil Biktimirov, Anton Ivanov, Alexander Kharlan, Nikolay Mullin, Dmitry Pritykin  Deployment and Maintenance of Solar Sail-Equipped CubeSat Formation in LEO 27th International Symposium on Space Flight Dynamics 2019 (ISSFD), 24-25 February 2019, Melbourne, Australia
  • Dmitry Pritykin, Vladislav Sidorenko De-orbiting large space debris objects from the Sun-synchronous orbit by aerodynamic braking. 69th International Astronautical Congress, 1-5 October 2018, Bremen, Germany
  • Шавин М., Притыкин Д. Управляемая динамика квадрокоптера с поворотными роторами: алгоритмы оценки состояния // Проблемы механики и управления: Материалы международной конференции (16-22 сентября 2018 г., г. Махачкала)
  • Pritykin D. Space Debris TOPEX/Poseidon Attitude Motion: Interplay of Conservative, Damping and Propelling Torques, 5th European Workshop on Space Debris Modeling and Remediation, June 25-27, 2018, CNES, Paris, France
  • Efimov S., Pritykin D., Sidorenko V. Long-term Attitude Dynamics of Space Debris In Sun-synchronous Orbits: Cassini Cycles and Chaotic Stabilization, 5th European Workshop on Space Debris Modeling and Remediation, June 25-27, 2018, CNES, Paris, France
  • Efimov S., Pritykin D., Sidorenko V. Intermediate Integrable Model: A Strategy to Apply the Averaging Method // The Seventh International Conference “Geometry, Dynamics, Integrable Systems – GDIS 2018″, June 5-9, 2018, Moscow, MIPT
  • Д.А. Притыкин, М.Ю. Шавин Синтез системы управления квадрокоптером с поворотными роторами. XIV Международная конференция “Устойчивость и колебания нелинейных систем управления”, Москва, Россия, 30 мая – 1 июня 2018
  • Pritykin D. Tarasov M. Chaotic Dynamics of a Tethered Satellite System // The International Scientific Workshop “Recent Advances in Hamiltonian and Nonholonomic Dynamics”, June 15-20, 2017,  Moscow, MIPT
  • Sergey Efimov, Dmitry Pritykin, Vladislav Sidorenko Attitude Motion of Large Space Debris in Sun-Synchronous Orbits:  Simulation of Long-Term Evolution 3rd IAA Conference on Dynamics and Control of Space Systems, May 30 – June 1, 2017, Moscow, RUDN University
  • Sergey Efimov, Dmitry Pritykin, Vladislav Sidorenko Attitude motion of space debris in sun-synchronous orbits: simulation of long-term evolution, 11th IAA Symposium on Small Satellites for Earth Observation, April 24 – 28, 2017,  Berlin, Germany
  • Nozdrin A.V., Efimov S.S., Ivlev N.A., Popov A.V., Pritykin D.A., Prodan D.V., Sergeev R.I., Sivkov A.S. Parametric design of reaction wheels for microsatellites and cubesats, 11th IAA Symposium on Small Satellites for Earth Observation, April 24 – 28, 2017, Berlin, Germany

2007 PhD (Candidate of physical and mathematical sciences ) Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology

  • nonlinear dynamics and control
  • celestial mechanics
  • aerospace engineering