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Hitchhiker’s Guide to Design Problems talk with Nate Jensen

Date: Time: 5:30 pm–6:30 pm
Nebraska Union Room: Heritage Room
Additional Info: NU
Building things right is hard. Building things right the first time is harder. Good design practices can make or break a project, especially when multiple team members have to stitch together different parts into a complete solution. In this talk, Nate Jensen will share some of the mindsets, skills, and tools that engineers everywhere from UNL to NASA use to make sure a project achieves liftoff.

Nate is a graduate student at UNL, and a longtime member of the UNL Aerospace Club. On internships at NASA Ames Research Center and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, he worked on a variety of projects including analysis of tests for the upcoming Mars Helicopter mission and creating a control system for a robotic arm to be used in Earth orbit.

This talk will take place in the Nebraska Union on Friday February 21. No prior experience is necessary and anyone who enjoys problem solving is highly encouraged to attend.

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This event originated in School of Computing.