Lecture features the 2013 College of Engineering Distinguished Alumni who directly contributed to aspects of design, development, testing and operation of NASA’s $2.5 billion program that landed the Curiosity rover on Mars August 5, 2012, beginning an on-going mission to determine whether the Red Planet could ever have hosted microbial life. Curiosity will help scientists study the climate and geology of Mars and assist in determining the role of water on the planet while helping to prepare for human exploration.
The lecture is free to attend, however registration is required.
|Date & Location|
Time: 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Location: SDSU Campus
Arts and Letters, Room 201