Aaron Knoll is a senior lecturer in the field of plasma propulsion for spacecraft within the Department of Aeronautics at Imperial College London. Aaron received his Bachelors of Aerospace Engineering (2003) and a Masters of Applied Science in Aerospace (2005) from Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. During his undergraduate education he performed an internship with the Canadian Space Agency as part of the Software and Ground Segment from 2001 – 2002. Aaron received his Ph.D. (2010) from Stanford University, where he was involved with the research of instability driven electron transport within Hall Effect Thrusters. The focus of Aaron’s research at Imperial is toward the development of novel low power plasma propulsion technologies for small spacecraft.
Reza M, Faraji F, Knoll A, 2023, Parametric investigation of azimuthal instabilities and electron transport in a radial-azimuthal E×B plasma configuration, Journal of Applied Physics, ISSN:0021-8979
Tejeda J, Schwertheim A, Knoll A, 2023, Water as an Environmentally Friendly Propellant for a Multi-functional Spacecraft Architecture, International Journal of Energetic Materials and Chemical Propulsion, ISSN:2150-766X
Reza M, Faraji F, Knoll A, 2023, Concept of the generalized reduced-order particle-in-cell scheme and verification in an axial-azimuthal Hall thruster configuration, Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, ISSN:0022-3727
Faraji F, Reza M, Knoll A, 2023, Verification of the generalized reduced-order particle-in-cell scheme in a radial-azimuthal E×B plasma configuration, Aip Advances, Vol:13, ISSN:2158-3226
Tejeda JM, Knoll A, 2023, An oxygen-fuelled Hall Effect Thruster: Channel length, ceramic walls and anode material experimental analyses, Acta Astronautica, Vol:203, ISSN:0094-5765, Pages:268-279