Are you interested in computers, robotics, communications or electronics?
Please join us to learn about “The Cajun Advanced Picosatellite Experiment (CAPE-3)”
Hosted by the Jefferson Amateur Radio Club
Presented by Students of the University of Louisiana – Lafayette
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
Thursday, September 28, 2017 at 7:00 PM
Wally Pontiff Jr. Playground Gymnasium, Room 103
(Enter the park entrance, make a left turn at the stop sign and park by the gym)
CAPE’s mission is to expose undergraduate students in multiple engineering and science disciplines to cutting edge engineering practices and technologies focusing on mission critical satellite development. CAPE is a nonprofit, student-run organization which develops and builds picosatellites, along with a host of other aerospace and mission related systems, such as weather balloons and sensor buoys. The CAPE-3 picosatellite project has an expected launch date of April 2018.
We would like to take this opportunity to invite any interested students, teachers, parents, JARC members and guests to this informative presentation.
For more information please visit the CAPE-3 website by clicking here.