The UMaine Space Initiative presents Launch & Learn. Hear about ongoing faculty and student projects, including Maine’s First Small Satellite, MESAT1. Network with others working in the space industry, research, and education in Maine.
Thursday, May 4 | 5–7 p.m
Versant Power Astronomy Center, University of Maine
RSVP REQUIRED: EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
By invitation ONLY. Space is limited.
5 – 5:30 Networking
5:30 – 6 Welcoming Remarks (President Ferrini-Mundy & Dr. Ali Abedi)
6 – 6:30 Presentations in the Planetarium
6:30 – 7 Networking
6:45 – 7 Tour of Lunar Habitat (Weather Permitting)
- Origami-Inspired Design for Martian Shelters
- Deep-Learning Enhanced, Label-Free Detection of Surface Contamination Using a Smartphone and Nanopatterned Material System to Monitor Plant Growth in Space
- Autonomous Object Stacking by Robotic Systems
- Characterizing the Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Neutrophil Reactive Oxygen Species Production During Influenza A Virus Infection
- A New Optical Strain Sensor for Direct Integration into 3D Printed Structures
- Robust Ensemble Deep Learning Methods for Semantic Segmentation of HyperSpectral Images
- Autonomous UAVs for Crop Monitoring in the State of Maine
- Bioprinted Blueberry Plant Cells as a Multi-Use Product for Long-term Space Exploration
- Aerospace Science and Technology in Secondary Schools
- Hybrid High Temperature Processing of Lunar Regolith
- Improving Estimates of Land-to-Ocean Carbon Flux Through Characterization of Colloidal Inherent Optical Properties
To request a reasonable accommodation, call 207.581.1512.
UMaine is an affiliate member of the Maine Space Grant Consortium.
The University of Maine is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution.