16 Aug Undergraduate Analysis: Corinne
Corrine Vassallo, a Physics and New music General performance major, talks about her contributions to Carnegie Mellon University entry for the Google Lunar X Prize, an optical orbit willpower system that will information the lander to the floor of the moon. Professor Pink Whitaker, her faculty exploration mentor and CEO of CMU spin-off Astrobotics, discusses how it is crucial for learners like Corrine to have concentrated exploration time in the summertime to mature as practitioners in their willpower.
Corrine’s exploration was supported by Carnegie Mellon University’s Undergraduate Analysis Office and she presented at the once-a-year undergraduate exploration symposium Meeting of the Minds.
For a lot more, pay a visit to: http://www.cmu.edu/uro/