Graduate Student Panel: Autonomous Space Exploration

Date & Location: 7:00 PM-9:00 PM Mar. 13, Wilson Hall (WI), Room 1016, 40 Willcox St., Toronto, ON M5S 1C6

Want to know more about the state of the art of space exploration technology? Bursting with questions on how rovers and satellites work? Not sure what to ask, but just want to learn more? Then come on down to ASX’s graduate student panel!

This 13th of March, we’re featuring three U of T M.A.Sc candidates, each one with applied experience in space exploration technology. Feel free to come with your own questions, or lend an ear to our guided discussion. As usual, everyone with any amount of background knowledge is welcome!

Panelists:

Katie Gwozdecky is a M.A.Sc candidate at the U of T Institute for Aerospace Studies’s Space Flight Laboratory. As an undergraduate, she was heavily involved with the University of Toronto Aerospace Team, eventually serving as its Director. She graduated with a B.A.Sc from U of T (Mech 1T7 + PEY).

Johnny (Ze) Wang is a M.A.Sc candidate at U of T’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. He is the current Autonomous Traversal Executive at the U of T Robotics for Space Exploration Team, having formerly served as their Project Lead for Satellite Systems Design. He graduated with a B.A.Sc from U of T (EngSci 1T6 + PEY).

Christopher Lucasius is a M.A.Sc candidate at U of T’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. He is the current President of the U of T Robotics for Space Exploration Team, and Systems Engineering Team Lead at aUToronto (a self-driving car team). He graduated with a B.A.Sc from U of T (EngSci 1T7 + PEY).

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