C. Morlet and N. Lan, “Satellite communications
for 4D trajectory management,” Journal
of Air Traffic Control, vol. 55, pp. 14–19, 2013.
Menon, N. Lan, and D. Sameoto, “Towards a methodical approach to
implement biomimetic paradigms in the design of robotic systems for
space applications,” Applied Bionics and Biomechanics, vol.
6, pp. 87–99, 2009.
Books and Reports
Lan and C. Menon, Advances in
Robotics, ch. Smart bioinspired
technologies for the development of a miniaturized legged robotic
system, iConcept Press, 2012, ISBN: 978-14611084-4-3.
C. Menon, M. Murphy, M. Sitti, and N. Lan, Bioinspiration and Robotics Walking and
Climbing Robots, ch. Space Exploration - Towards Bio-inspired
Climbing Robots, pp. 261–278. I-Tech Education and Publishing, 2007.
K. Fletcher, M. Ayre, and N. Lan, eds., Biomimetic Engineering for Space
Applications. No. SP-1297, ESA Publications Division, 2006.
Bozzo, T. Burch, A. Ciapponi, C. Heese, A. Hoogerwerf, N. Lan,A.
Neronov, V. Revol, and R. Stanley, “LIC and LID considerations in
the design and implementation of the MEMS laser pointing mechanism for
the EUSO UV laser altimeter,” in SPIE
9983, Pacific Rim Laser Damage 2016: Optical Materials for High-Power
Lasers, (Yokohama, Japan), 22
Morlet, F. Vanin, R. Florou, and N. Lan, “Satellite communications for
air traffic management,” in Ka and
Broadband Communications, Navigation and Earth Observation Conference,
(Florence, Italy), 14-17 Oct
Morlet, N. Lan, and S. la Barbera, “Satellite communication
requirements for 4D air traffic management,” in Integrated Communications, Navigation and
Surveilance Conference (ICNS), (Herndon, USA), 23-25 Apr 2013.
Morlet, R. Chalex, and N. Lan, “Iris – defining the satellite
communication system behind the future air traffic management,” in SECESA 2012, (Lisbon,
Portugal), 17-19 Oct 2012.
Menon and N. Lan, “Towards a fully spider-inspired miniaturized robot,” in 9th International Symposium on “Technology
and the Mine Problem” Series, (Monterey, USA), 17-20
Peeters, I. Stojkovic, J. van Heijenoort, B. Schelen, M. Vink, W.
Walstra, and N. Lan, “The Galileo search and rescue test beacon: Final
implementation challenges and future work,” in ENC-GNSS 2009 , (Naples, Italy),
3-6 May 2009.
B. Peeters, L. Johansson, P. Batenburg, and N.
Lan, “Development of a low cost commercial GNSS simulator,” in ENC-GNSS 2009 , (Naples, Italy),
3-6 May 2009.
Peeters, J. A. Mulder, S. Kraft, T. Zegers, D. Lentink, and N. Lan,
“Exofly: A flapping winged aerobot for autonomous flight in mars
atmosphere,” in ASTRA 2008 ,
(Noordwijk, Netherlands), 11-13 Nov 2008.
Lan, G. van Oosten, J. Andersson, H. Zelle, and B. Peeters, “A
multi-modal tracking and tracing system integrating both existing GNSS
infrastructure and future Galileo capabilities,” in ENC-GNSS 2008 , (Toulouse, France),
22-25 April 2008.
Allart, G. J. van Oosten, H. Zelle, B. Peeters, and N. Lan,
“Envionmental distress demonstrator (edd): Location based environmental
data services for SAR operations,” in ENC-GNSS
2008 , (Toulouse, France), 22-25 April 2008.
C. Menon, M. Broschart, and N. Lan,
“Biomimetics and robotics for space applications: Challenges and
emerging technologies,” in 2007 IEEE
International Conference on Robotics and Automation , (Rome,
Italy), IEEE, 11-14 April.
Menon, J. F. V. Vincent, N. Lan, L. Bilhaut, A. Ellery, Y. Gao, D.
Zangani, S. Carosio, C. Manning, M. Jaddou, and S. Eckersley,
“Bio-inspired micro drillers for future planetary exploration,” in 2006 Proceedings of CANEUS: MNT for
Aerospace Applications , no. CANEUS2006-11022, (Toulouse,
France), 27 August - 1 September 2006.
Menon and N. Lan, “Methodical approach to implement biomimetic
paradigms in the design of novel engineering and space systems,” in International Astronautical Congress 2006
, no. IAC-06-D3.P.03, (Valencia, Spain), 2-6 October 2006.
C. Menon and N. Lan, “Potential biomimetic
space systems enabled by microtechnology,” in 2006 Proceedings of CANEUS: MNT for
Aerospace Applications , (Toulouse, France), 27 August - 1
September 2006. Invited Paper.
N. Lan, “Mathematical analysis of dust devils,”
Master's thesis, Cranfield University, 2003.
N. Lan, “Yes2: The
second young engineers satellite – mission analysis and trajectories,”
2003. Cranfield University, Master's Group Design Project.