Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic & Space Sciences in the College of Engineering at the University of Michigan

Department of Atmospheric, Oceanic & Space Sciences in the College of Engineering at the University of Michigan

ENGINEER


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