2014 VBS STUDENT POSTER COMPETITION WINNERS


Category 1: Physical & Liberal Sciences
atmospheric science, earth observation, space life sciences, space health, astrophysics, space weather, optics, economics, business, policy, sustainability, history, international relations, education, STEM outreach initiatives

Graduate
1st Place
Emily Layden
Detecting Corrosion Utilizing a Passive RFID Tag
College of Science

2nd Place
Eric Burns
Do Swift BAT and Fermi GBM see the same Short Gamma-ray Bursts?
College of Science

Undergraduate
1st Place
Jeanné le Roux
Demonstration of ISS-Dataset for Image Fusion with New Landsat Imagery
College of Science

2nd Place
Christopher Phillips
Dust Radiative Forcing: Indirect Impact of Drought and Land Use Change on Diurnal Temperature Range in Arid Regions
College of Science

Layden Burns
   


le Roux


Phillips

 

Category 2: Engineering
aerospace systems engineering and design, propulsion

Graduate
1st Place
Matthew Rodencal
Design and Implementation of a Tracking System for the Calibration Flight of the Extreme Universe Space Observatory
College of Engineering

2nd Place
Jerry Sweafford
Dynamic Simulation of Aerial Trolley Alternative to the Mighty Eagle
College of Engineering

Undergraduate
1st Place
Anna Strickland
Cognitively Tailored Interfaces for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
College of Engineering

2nd Place
Nathaniel Long
The One Month Project as a Training Tool of the Space Hardware Club
College of Engineering

Rodencal Sweafford
   


Strickland


Long