Two Engineering assistant professors were selected to attend the ASEE DELTA Junior Faculty Institute. Ayaan Kazerouni, computer science and software engineering, and Arnold Deffo, aerospace engineering, attended the institute in early April.
Game-Changing CubeSats, Co-Founded at Cal Poly, to be Inducted into Space Technology Hall of Fame in April
The key to understanding the wide-ranging influence of CubeSats, said co-creator Jordi Puig-Suari, is to think of the mini-satellites as the sandbox where the industry learned how to do space in a
At the beginning of John Grimes’ video short, three students lie on the grass in Poly Canyon, gazing at the stars. “Doesn’t it ever make you wonder what’s going on up there?”
Waiting in the Wings: Amelia Earhart, who visited Cal Poly 85 years ago, was an inspiration, yet women are still underrepresented in STEM
When Amelia Earhart visited Cal Poly 85 years ago, she was an international celebrity, a record-breaking pilot at a time when most women didn’t even dream of pursuing aviation careers. “She must have been amazingly strong
By Russ Westphal After conducting several successful flights of its new Celera 500L prototype aircraft in 2019, Otto Aviation (ottoaviation.com) contacted Donald E. Bently Professor of Mechanical Engineering Professor Russ Westphal to