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YPSE-14 

AIAA Region IAIAA Region I

Young Professional, Student, and Education Conference 2014

 

 

 

 

JHU Applied Physics Laboratory

Kossiakoff Center

November 7, 2014

Click here to visit YPSE 2014 photo gallery

Graduate Student Winners

Award Presenter Co-Authors School Title
 1st Place Brandon Horton Virginia Tech Bio-Inspired Analysis of Bat Flight Kinematics and Unsteady Aerodynamics
 2nd Place Adam Halperin

Oliver Ortiz

University of Maryland, College Park Development of Gas Compression Systems for Autonomous Martian Rovers
 2nd Place Katherine McBryan

Nicolas Limparis, Chris Carlsen

University of Maryland, College Park DYMAFLIGHT: Dynamic Manipulator Flight Experiment
 3rd Place Nicholas Limparis Katherine McBryan University of Maryland, College Park Micro-Sat Based Dexterous Robotic Satellite Servicing: A Case for Miniaturization
Honorable Mention Ani Abraham John Obamedo, Mirko Schoenitz, Dr. Edward L. Dreizin New Jersey Institute of Technology Effect of Boron Concentration on Properties of Reactive Al-B-I2 Powders Prepared by Mechanical Milling
Honorable Mention John Vitucci Dr. Raymond Sedwick University of Maryland, College Park Development of a Superconducting Magnet System for a Helicon Plasma Thruster

Brandon Horton, Virginia Tech, 1st Place Graduate Student Winner with Tom Milnes and Carolyn Slivinski of AIAA

Adam Halperin, UMD, 2nd Place Graduate Student Winner with Tom Milnes of AIAA

Katherine McBryan, UMD, 2nd Place Graduate Student Winner with Tom Milnes and Carolyn Slivinski of AIAA

Nicholas Limparis, UMD, 3rd Place Graduate Student Winner with Tom Milnes and Carolyn Slivinski of AIAA

Ani Abraham, NJIT, Honorable Mention Graduate Student Winner with Tom Milnes of AIAA

John Vitucci, Honorable Mention Graduate Student Winnner not present for photos.

 

Undergraduate Student Winners

 Award Presenter Co-Authors School Title
 1st Place Liza Kossobokova Brittany Gater, Wes Royston Virginia Tech Revolutionary, Unsteady Aero-hydrodynamic Robotic Concept for High Density Fluid Environments
 2nd Place Edward Hanlon United States Naval Academy The Modeling, Construction and Installation of Bespoke Photovoltaic Power Systems for Small Satellites at the United States Naval Academy
 2nd Place Luke Smith University of Maryland, College Park The Effect of Reynolds Number on Reverse Flow over Sharp and Blunt Trailing Edge Airfoils
3rd Place Maria Pascale Dr. Jung Jin Park University of Maryland, College Park Magnetrostrictive Properties of FeGa Nanowires
Honorable Mention Joseph Cozzo Dr. Alison Flatau, Dr. Jung Jin Park University of Maryland, College Park Magnetostrictive Galfenol (Fe-Ga) as a Non-Contact Stress Sensor

Brittany Gater and Liza Kossobokova, Virginia Tech, 1st Place Undergraduate Student Winners with Tom Milnes and Carolyn Slivinski of AIAA

2nd Place Undergraduate Student Winners Edward Hanlon and Luke Smith not present for photos.

3rd Place Undergraduate Student Winner Maria Pascale not present for photos.

Joseph Cozzo, UMD, Honorable Mention Undergraduate Student Winner with Tom Milnes of AIAA

Space Automation and Robotics Technical Committee Best Paper Awards

 
Level Presenter Co-Authors School Title
 Graduate Katherine McBryan

Nicolas Limparis, Chris Carlsen

University of Maryland, College Park DYMAFLIGHT: Dynamic Manipulator Flight Experiment
 Graduate Adam Halperin

Oliver Ortiz

University of Maryland, College Park Development of Gas Compression Systems for Autonomous Martian Rovers

Kate Stambaugh, AIAA SARTC, Adam Halperin, UMD, Best Paper Winner and Eddie Tunstel, AIAA SARTC

Kate Stambaugh, AIAA SARTC, Katherine McBryan, UMD, Best Paper Winner and Eddie Tunstel, AIAA SARTC

Space Operations and Support Technical Committee Best Paper Awards

 
 Level Presenter Co-Authors School Title
 Undergraduate Edward Hanlon United States Naval Academy The Modeling, Construction and Installation of Bespoke Photovoltaic Power Systems for Small Satellites at the United States Naval Academy
 Graduate Nicholas Limparis Katherine McBryan University of Maryland, College Park Micro-Sat Based Dexterous Robotic Satellite Servicing: A Case for Miniaturization

Justin Brannan, AIAA SOSTC, Nicholas Lamparis, UMD, Best Paper Winner and Dave Lavallee, AIAA SOSTC

Best Paper Student Winner Edward Hanlon not present for photos.

Program Information

Conference Overview (click to download)

Presentation Schedule - Updated 11/6/14

Happy Hour following the awards ceremony at Looney's Pub, Maple Lawn (5:30 PM).

Keynote Speaker

   Mr. Michael Toscano

President and CEO of AUVSI

Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International

Innovation Breakthroughs: UAS the Next Frontier

Some of the most important technological innovations have not been single inventions, but instead when a combination of inventions make an old technology cheaper and more accessible. From the printing press to mobile phones to the Model T, we have seen this multiple times in the past. We are now on the verge of another such innovation, as small, powerful computers combine with aviation technology, creating unmanned aircraft systems (UAS).

 

Call for presentations

Submit abstracts and author information using the form at YPSE 2014 Abstract Submission Site

Abstract Deadline extended to October 31 (was October 24)

Paid registration required (authors and attendees); students and K-12 teachers may attend free, but should register. Register at https://aiaaypse2014-register.eventbrite.com

Lodging at Homewood Suites by Hilton

8320 Benson Dr.

Columbia, Maryland 21045

YPSE-14 conference attendees may reserve a room at the Homewood Suites Columbia at the conference rates of $109(for 1 bedroom queen suite) or $119 (for a 1 bedroom king suite) PLUS 13% in taxes. Call 410-872-9200, and mention that you are part of the AIAA Mid-Atlantic Section room block or use the booking code AIA (American Institute of Aeronautics - only 3 letters are accepted).

Another local hotel (without an AIAA rate) is Sheraton Columbia Town Center Hotel, 10207 Wincopin Circle, Columbia, MD 21044.

Click here for information on other lodging

Questions? Send e-mail to info@ypse2014.org

See highlights from YPSE 2013 in our photo gallery

 
 
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