Department of Climate and Space Sciences and Engineering in the College of Engineering at the University of Michigan

SPRL Engineers and Staff


Stephen Musko

Stephen Musko

Engineer in Research Lead

Office: 1206 SRB
Phone: 936-3105
Fax: 763-5567
Email: musko@umich.edu

Education

Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Mathematics

Eastern Michigan University

 

Research

Real-time programming; real-time operating systems; C, C#, and C++ assembly languages; software design, coding and testing; autonomous data acquisition and communications systems; .NET, Perl, Python, Matlab, Linus, Qt, PHP assembly languages.

Skills

  • TCP/IP network programming
  • C/C++ programming
  • Assembly language programming
  • Data analysis programming
  • System level integration/test
  • System design
  • Systems engineering

Personal Introduction

  • Flight Instruments
    • Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer satellite instrument (Flight software engineer)
    • TIMED Doppler Interferometer satellite instrument (Flight software engineer)
    • CONTOUR Neutral Gas and Ion Mass Spectrometer spacecraft instrument (Flight software engineer)
    • Lightweight Rainfall Radiometer (Computer system engineer, flight software engineer)
    • ProSEDS Endmass (Computer system engineer, flight software engineer)
    • GeoSTAR Demonstrator synthetic aperture microwave radiometer (Software system engineer, flight software engineer, ground support equipment software engineer)
  • Non-Flight Instruments
    • Antarctic Autonomous Magnetometer Systems (Project manager, system engineer)
    • Greenland Autonomous Magnetometer Systems (Project manager, system engineer)
    • Airborne Multichannel Chemiluminescence Instrument (Project manager, system engineer)
  • Pre-Flight Technology
    • Mars Science Lab Rover Simulator (Systems and software engineer)

Publications

  • Musko, S.B., C.R. Clauer, and V.O. Papitashvili. 1995. "A Study of Very-High-Latitude Geomagnetic Phenomena Using Autonomous Remote Magtnetomer Data-Acquisition Systems" Antarctic Journal of the U.S., 30 (5), 361-363.
  • Papitashvili, V.O., C.R. Clauer, S.B. Musko, B.A. Belov, O.A. Troshichev, and M.G. Gudkov.  1996.  "Low-Magniture, Long-Period Magnetic Pulsations Observed Deep in the Southern Polar Cap"  Antarctic Journal of the U.S., 31(2), 255-257.
  • Ruf,C., C. Principe, T. Dod, B. Gosselin, B. Monosmith, S. Musko, S. Rogacki, A. Stewart, Z. Zhang, "Lightweight Rainfall Radiometer STAR Aircraft Sensor" Proc. of the 2002 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, Toronto, CA, 24-28 June 2002, II:  850-852, IEEE Cat. #02CH37380, 2002.
  • Ruf,C., C. Principe, T. Dod, B. Gosselin, B. Monosmith, S. Musko, S. Rogacki, A. Stewart, Z. Zhang, "Lightweight Rainfall Radiometer STAR Aircraft Sensor" Proc. of NASA Earth Science Technology Conference, Pasadena, CA, 11-13 June 2002.
  • Tanner, A.B., W.J. Wilson, P.P. Kangaslahti, B.H. Lambrigsten, S.J. Dinardo, J.R. Piepmeier, C.S. Ruf, S. Rogacki, S.M. Gross and S.B. Musko, "Prototype Development of a Geostationary Synthetic Thinned Aperture Radiometer, GeoSTAR", Proc. of NASA Earth Science Technology Conference, Palo Alto, CA, 22-24 June 2004.
Updated: 2010-06-02