Dipak Srinivasan Print


  240-228-7107

  Dipak.Srinivasan@jhuapl.edu

: SES

:   External Engagements Lead (Government, Commercial, International); Spacecraft Communication Systems

:  Planetary, Heliophysics, Earth

  IVO, MESSENGER, Radio Science

 
Degree Field of Study Year Attained Institution Name
Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering 1999 Cornell University
Master of Eng Electrical Engineering 2000 Cornell University
Master of Science Applied Physics 2003 Johns Hopkins University

Dipak has more than two decades of experience with spacecraft systems. At the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL), he is the Civil Space Mission Area External Engagements Lead and the communications systems engineer for the Europa Clipper mission. He has served on missions all over our solar system, including the Sun, Mercury, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Pluto, and recently Arrokath, and has received several awards for his work. He has two Master’s degrees in electrical engineering and physics from Cornell and Johns Hopkins Universities, regularly gives STEM talks to schools across the USA, chairs the Deep-Space and Near-Earth communications session at the International Astronautical Congress, and serves on the Advisory Board for The Planetary Society. Dipak is committed to helping everyone realize the importance of space exploration, how we all are a part of this exploration, and how this shared curiosity is a positive unifying force.

 
AGU Index Category AGU Index Sub-Category
PLANETARY SCIENCES: SOLAR SYSTEM OBJECTS General or miscellaneous
SOLAR PHYSICS, ASTROPHYSICS, AND ASTRONOMY General or miscellaneous
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Start Year End Year Description
2000 Current Applied Physics Laboratory Johns Hopkins University Various positions since 2000, currently the Civil Space External Engagements Lead and Europa Clipper Communications Systems Lead. Programmatic: External Engagements Lead for the APL Civil Space Mission Area Program/Proposal manager for NASA missions and studies of many sizes Technical: Lead communication engineer for the Europa Clipper, Van Allen Probes, STEREO, and MESSENGER missions Line: Section Supervisor for RF Systems
Year Description
Multiple Multiple NASA Group Achievement Awards for several spacecraft missions and milestones
2009-present Chair, Near-Earth and Deep-Space Communications and Navigation track, International Astronautical Congress
2016-present Advisory Board, The Planetary Society
2015-present Principal Professional Staff, Applied Physics Laboratory
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