Engineering students space out
Six ECU engineering students participated in the inaugural N.C. Space Symposium hosted by N.C. Space Grant, a consortium of universities in North Carolina that support aerospace education and research, in partnership with NASA and industry.
The event was held April 4-5 at N.C. State University in Raleigh.
ECU students presenting posters included:
- Samson Goodrich – Automated impact device for evaluating a prototype ultrasensitive mass detector
- Julian Quintero-Rivera – Evaluation of UAV Atmospheric Sensor Configurations on Satellite Signal Acquisition
- Mariah Mook – Evaluation of Coupled Cantilevers for Mass Detection
- Andrew Grena and Evan Diener – Representing ECU NASA Rover Challenge team
- Angela Krebs – Analytical Model of Ocean Energy: Determining Peak Energy Level Potential
To learn more about the event or their poster presentations, visit https://ncspacegrant.ncsu.edu/events/2019-space-symposium/.