Princeton Satellite Systems at the Princeton University Inventors Receptions

Gary Pajer and Mike Paluszek attended the

Princeton University Inventors Showcase:

We were invited because of our joint patent applications with Dr. Samuel Cohen of Princeton University, “METHOD TO PRODUCE HIGH SPECIFIC IMPULSE AND MODERATE THRUST FROM A FUSION-POWERED ROCKET ENGINE,” and “METHOD TO REDUCE NEUTRON PRODUCTION IN SMALL CLEAN FUSION REACTORS”.

The event, held Thursday, Nov. 21, at Chancellor Green Rotunda on the Princeton University campus, offered opportunities for University inventors to present their discoveries and meet leaders from industry and the venture capital community.

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About Michael Paluszek

Michael Paluszek is President of Princeton Satellite Systems. He graduated from MIT with a degree in electrical engineering in 1976 and followed that with an Engineer's degree in Aeronautics and Astronautics from MIT in 1979. He worked at MIT for a year as a research engineer then worked at Draper Laboratory for 6 years on GN&C for human space missions. He worked at GE Astro Space from 1986 to 1992 on a variety of satellite projects including GPS IIR, Inmarsat 3 and Mars Observer. In 1992 he founded Princeton Satellite Systems.

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