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The Colorado Undergraduate Space Research Symposium is an opportunity for students to present their current research and ideas in the Space Industry. This paper and presentation competition allows students to be published in an official conference proceedings as well as compete for cash prizes. Students will also be able to compete for prizes in a poster and demonstration session. College students are encouraged to interact with Colorado Aerospace companies during an informal Career Fair and during the demonstration session. The CUSRS is organized by the Colorado Space Grant Consortium and we are growing this event every year to include more schools, more students and more industry.
2009 CUSRS Recap April 18th, 2009
Speaker was Mr. Joe
Tanner who served in the Navy as an A-7E pilot and advanced jet
instructor for 11 years before joining NASA in 1984 as an aerospace
engineer and research pilot. In 1992 he was selected as an astronaut
candidate by NASA. A veteran of four space flights Tanner has logged
over 1069 hours in space, including over 46 EVA hours in 7 space walks.
He served as a mission specialist on STS-66 in 1994, STS-82 in 1997,
STS-97 in 2000, and STS-115 in 2006.
The Symposium will be Saturday April 17th, 2010 at the University of Colorado at Boulder. We are seeking a Keynote speaker for 2010. If you would like to nominate or suggest a speaker please contact email@example.com .
After the conclusion of the paper sessions, there will be a 90 minute informal Demonstration Session and informal career fair for students to interact with the Judges (from Industry and Academia) and have hardware or posters or their current work and research. Please contact Brian.Sanders@colorado.edu if you are interested.
Map to the Symposium
Preliminary April 17th, 2010 Schedule
Location: Discovery Learning Center, ground floor, on the University of Colorado Boulder Campus in the Bactel Collaboratory
AM Symposium Check-in and Registration
To see examples of previous papers and presentations check out previous Symposia.