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Physics Colloquium with NAE member Steven Battel

Come prepared to help Steve teach you what he doesn’t know!


Steve Battel is the President of Battel Engineering and is also an Adjunct Clinical Professor of engineering at the University of Michigan.  He has 42 years of experience working as an engineer on over 100 space projects from Hubble, Cassini, Mars Rovers, Parker Solar Probe, GOES and DirectTV down to small commercial satellites and CubeSats. 

He will share his personal experiences with you on how to work creatively in partnership with others to translate engineering knowledge and ideas into working space systems at all scales of design.  He will discuss how to ask questions when thinking about a problem and then how to successfully systematize, build and test a product that is the outcome of your ideas. 

After his talk, Steve will also spend time with you in a brainstorming dialogue related to your specific interests and questions.

Friday, March 1, 2019 at 4:00pm to 5:00pm

Science Hall, 101
502 Yates St., Arlington, TX

Event Type

Science & Technology, Talks & Lectures, Academic Event

Departments

College of Science, Physics

Audience

Faculty & Staff, Students, Undergraduates, Students, Graduate

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