Oregon NASA Space Grant Student Symposium
Oregon NASA Space Grant Consortium annually presents a Student Symposium, hosted on the Oregon State University campus in Corvallis, Oregon. The Student Symposium features a poster session and research presentations from OSGC funded interns, fellows, team projects, and research scholarship awardees. Proceedings from these events are published and available for download below.
Proceedings from Previous Symposiums
- 2012/13 Student Symposium Proceedings
- 2011 Student Syposium Proceedings
- 2010 Student Symposium Proceedings
- 2009 Student Symposium Proceedings (2009 Symposium cancelled)
- 2008 Student Symposium Proceedings
- 2007 Student Symposium Proceedings
Student Poster Presentations
- Raven Dorr - Oregon State University - Robotics Club Remotely Operated Underwater Vehicle Team
- Kristian Liwanag - University of Portland - Electron Beam Free-Form Fabrication Project: Resolving a Compatibility Issue on the 2nd Generation Portable System
- Anthony Odenthal - Oregon State University - Pico-Satellite Program and Ground Station
- Teal Pershing - Oregon State University - Fourier Optics Using a DMD with Applications to Solar Granulation Analysis
- Soo-Hyun Yoo - Oregon State University - Autonomous Aerial Robotics Team
- John Zeller - Oregon State University - Mars Rover Team
2013 Oregon NASA Space Grant Student Symposium
The Oregon NASA Space Grant Consortium presents the 2013 Student Symposium, Friday, November 8, 2013. The Symposium will be held from 9:00am - 5:30pm at the LaSells Stewart Center/OSU Conference Center, on the Oregon State University campus in Corvallis, Oregon. Oregon NASA Space Grant students who were awarded fellowships, internships, undergraduate research scholarships, and team research awards in 2013 will present their research projects and share their experiences at the OSGC Student Symposium. Oregon NASA Space Grant is committed to providing quality educational and research opportunities to students in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines including STEM education. You are invited to attend the 2013 Student Symposium to see firsthand the opportunities our students have experienced.
This is a great way for students who are interested in participating in a NASA student program to learn more about opportunities that are available for summer 2014. You can be the face of NASA in Oregon!
Friday, November 8, 2013
9-10 am - Poster Session, Meet and Greet
10-12:15pm - Presentations
12:15-1:30pm - Lunch/Networking
1:30-4pm - Presentations
4-5:30pm - Reception
FREE and OPEN TO ALL
Call 541-737-2414 for more information. Accommodations for disabilities may be made by calling 541-737-2414.
ABSTRACTS: A brief abstract of your work is due via email no later than November 1, 2013. Abstracts should be no longer than 250 words and should include your project purpose, methodology, results, and conclusions. Presenters should use these abstracts as guides when constructing their oral presentations. Please email your abstract as either a Word document, PDF, or rich text file to the following email address: email@example.com. Please contact the Space Grant staff with any questions at 541-737-2414.
POSTERS: A poster representing the fundamentals of your research project is required. Posters will be displayed during the symposium sessions and will be retained by Oregon Space Grant for future display on the Oregon State University campus and at future Space Grant functions. Most institutions provide free poster printing to enrolled students, so be sure and check with your university/college student media services for details. Posters should be printed at a maximum size of 48" X 36". Laminated posters are preferred; it is not recommended to mount your poster on foam board.
PRESENTATIONS: Your oral presentation should elaborate upon your abstract. Plan to present for a maximum of 10 minutes. Presentations running over the time limit will be stopped by the moderators. You may use either your poster or a separate PowerPoint presentation as a visual aid during your presentation. A PC computer and projection equipment will be available for your use during the presentation. If you plan to use a PowerPoint file, please bring a digital copy on a USB drive. There will be a short question and answer session following your presentation so please be prepared for questions.
ATTENDANCE AND TRAVEL: All Oregon students participating in NASA internships, research scholarships, fellowships, and team projects are required to present their work at the Student Symposium. if you will be unable to attend, you must make alternate arrangements for presentations prior to the Symposium. Students from outside of the Corvallis area may wish to budget a small portion of their stipend for travel to the Symposium. No additional funds will be provided.