Space Studies Students to Present at Grad School Scholarly Forum
The Graduate School's 2012 Scholarly Forum will be held in the Memorial Union on Monday 27 February and Tuesday 28th February at the River Valley Room at the Memorial Union. The Forum will showcase more than 70 oral presentations and panels, as well as 80 posters and an art exhibit.
Oral presentations beginning at 9:10 am on Monday, February 27th:
O-1 How a Satellite's Blackout Crippled Canada's Broadcast industry, Elizabeth Howell (Faculty Sponsor, Dr David Whalen) Department of Space Studies
O-2 Crew Accommodations Design for Inflatable Lunar Habitat (ILH) Lunar Mission, Annie Wargetz (Faculty Sponsor, Dr Pablo de León) Department of Space Studies
O-3 Integrated Strategies for the Human Exploration of the Moon and Mars, Timothy J. Holland, David Booth, Annie Wargetz, Wataru Suzuki, Tyler Jacobson (Faculty Sponsor, Dr Pablo de León) Department of Space Studies
Poster presentations from 2-4 pm on Tuesday, February 28th will be given by:
Agrawal, K., E. Howell, G. Bust, R. Fevig, D. Olsen. E-region Electron Density Profile Estimation from Radio Occultation Measurements. 2012. Submitted for presentation at the University of North Dakota Graduate School Scholarly Forum.
Venkataramanasastry, A., J. Straub and R. Fevig. 2012. Delta-V Calculations for Rendezvous with Near-Earth Asteroids. Accepted for publication in the Abstracts Book of the University of North Dakota Graduate School Scholarly Forum.
To see the full schedules for both days, visit http://graduateschool.und.edu/learn-more/scholarly-forum.cfm