The 2015 MSGC Student Research Symposium will be held on Saturday April 18, 2015 at MSU-Bozeman. There will be a reception for all participants Friday evening April 17th.
The Symposium is an annual opportunity for Montana students in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields to present their research. All MSGC affiliate institutions are encouraged to participate and travel support will be available for MSGC past, present, and potential student participants and their advisers. The Symposium will be held on the MSU-Bozeman campus in the Engineering and Physical Sciences Building (EPS) rooms from 6pm to 8:30pm on Friday April 17th and 8am to 4:30pm on Saturday April 18th. Registration is at 6:00pm April 17th and 7:30am April 18th in the atrium. Please see the draft schedule below for details.
Register for the 2015 Symposium HERE. Registration closes April 3, 2015.
2015 Draft Schedule HERE.
For questions about the Symposium contact:
- Jennifer Fowler
2015 Keynote Speakers
Jaime Waydo Google[x] Systems Engineer on the Chauffeur Self-Driving Car Program and former Curiosity Rover Mobility Engineer (more info).
Geoffrey Bland Research Engineer, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, Wallops Flight Facility (more info).
MSGC Student Achievement Awards:
Eric Loberg, Museum of the Rockies Planetarium Program Manager, and Rocky Mountain College's Ksenia Lynch accepting her award for best undergraduate poster at the 2014 student research symposium
Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2014 MSGC Student Research Symposium particularly our keynote speakers Jaime Waydo and Michelle Larson. The 2014 schedule of student talks and posters is available.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2013 MSGC Student Research Symposium particularly our keynote speakers Jaime Waydo and Brian Larson. The 2013 schedule of student talks and posters is available.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2012 MSGC Student Research Symposium. The 2012 Symposium Schedule is available as well as titles of the 2012 Student Talks and 2012 Student Posters. The 2012 Student Abstracts are organized by session topic.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2011 MSGC Student Research Symposium. The 2011 Symposium included keynote speakers Dava Newman and Jaime Waydo. The 2011 Symposium Schedule is available here as well as the detailed schedule of 2011 Student Presentations and the 2011 Presentation Abstracts organized by session topic.