Archive: October 21, 2010

Biotech - Energy - Human-Centered Design

Join us on Thursday, October 21st at the Jack Baskin School of Engineering, UC Santa Cruz - Research Review Day 2010!

Research Review Day 2010 will highlight some of the groundbreaking research that is being pursued at the Baskin School of Engineering. The program is divided into three focus areas -- Biotech, Energy, and Human-Centered Design -- in order to give you a broad view of the exciting research that is being undertaken as we develop technology for a changing world. We have allowed ample time for discussion and hope you will find the day stimulating and rewarding.

There is no registration fee.

$6 for parking permit (permit required to park on campus). Permits may be pre-paid or purchased on-site. Permits will NOT be mailed prior to the event but will be available for pick-up or purchase from the attendant on the 3rd floor.

$7.50 for lunch (all-you-can-eat pizza, salad, drink, cookies) - optional

The RRD 2010 flyer is available here.

A New Speaker Has Been Added

9:00-9:30: Jim Newman, Professor, Space Systems, Naval Postgraduate School
From Big Satellites to Small - A Hubble Astronaut's Perspective: A quick look at the work of large satellites, such as the International Space Station and the Hubble Space Telescope, and the potential for really small satellites to complement the work their larger cousins are doing.