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Clarkson University RASCAL 2011

Transcript: Conclusion Mars-Plan entirely different from the Apollo Mission No rush for a first manned mission just to go there Timeline established for a reliable, fully reusable, and affordable Earth-Mars transportation system Related to a the manned Mars development Master Plan Expandable and sustainable system with ISRU With this philosophy in mind, reusability, affordability, and sustainability, we can resume space activities to guarantee mankind future in space, to Mars and beyond! Thank You Questions Robotic arm & tether connection Boosters for artificial gravity Heavy shields Medical care facility Martian Outpost Earth to Leo Business Activities Settlement Assembly BM NM1-NM2 HM1 Terrestial Feeder (TF) Martian Feeder (MF) RASC-AL 2011 Theme Design proposal Systems, equipment, methods and procedures Technology –enabled manned mission to Mars Retriever: a specialized vehicle for asteroid capture 20 individuals together with related work facilities Expanded Cruiser 2004 FH 30 m diameter 2.8e7 Kg 43,000km from Earth surface More personnel Initial cruiser transformed into a travelling hotel Cruiser expansion, hundred of passengers Expansion by addition of specialized modules Thrust Required Mission 3 – Return to Earth RASC-AL 2011 Technology, enabled human Mars mission Yvy Pitâ (‘eevee peetah’ – Red World in Guarani, one of Uruguay’s native languages Activities and Facilites Middle Level Lower Level Advisors Pier Marzocca Giorgio Gaviraghi expanded cruiser middle level Retriever: A basket-like vehicle to deflect asteroid Two thrust vectoring engines Capture NEO, slowly deflection to a desired trajectory with small rotations. Mission 1 – Connection Nodes NM1 (Earth Side) & NM2 (Mars side) NM1 and NM2 weight 5 Tons BM Clarkson University Anas Achouri Julian Corpus Jonathan Hladchuk Benjamin Hunold Steve Mbazo Giulio Soliani Casey Stockbridge Megan Williams Phase 1 –Earth-Mars Transportation System Operational upper level Asteroid Retrieving Mission Cruiser Settlement Rent space and facilities Transport and process Martian materials Summary of Business Activities 1- Sustainability, manufacturing all life support needs, food, fuel, etc. 2- Overhaul & maintenance of the vehicle 3- Supply room, food, and lodging for pax 4- Supply work space for its crew and pax 5- Assemble retriever vehicles 6- Fly retriever missions for asteroid and comet capture and ISRU 7- Assemble and support trans-mars space missions 8- Martian materials & manufactured products transported to Earth and vice versa Risk free human and robotic Martian activities Interplanetary transportation system In-situ resources utilization Promote Martian development Space base for trans-mars missions Space settlement with sustainable activities Business Activites Cruiser Expansion Range of radii needed to produce artificial gravity on the cruiser from Earth to Mars and corresponding angular velocities deflected astroid Expanded Cruiser Schedule Buisiness Activites Using Hohmann transfer orbit to move 2004FH to a circular orbit of radius 30e6m around Earth, thrust required is 1.06e9N Cruiser will return to Earth New crew will use HM in the cruiser, TF for return mission, MF to set up the Martian outpost Profit Plan martian feeder-lander Crew safety, Reliable and sustainable missions Maximum in-situ resources Safe, self sufficient and sustainable local human habitat. Martian Cycle Earth –Mars two-way mission Transfer time approximately 26 months The asteroid is deflected to the desired orbit Many small NEOs to be inserted in Earth-Moon or Earth-Mars cyclical orbits, Properly equipped will act as low cost space transportation system Design features (minimize mission risks) STEP 1- Earth-to-ISS using existing expendable booster technology vehicles. Reusable TSTO or SSTO STEP 2- Space tug ISS-to-Cruiser, container system loaded and launched to rendezvous & connect to the incoming cruiser Entirely reusable, maintained and refurbished in space Modular Vehicle traveling between Earth and Mars Basic Module (BM): Communications Navigation Power generation Fuel tanks Engines Storage area Robotic arm (external) BM weight 20 Tons Design Requirements Requirements Phase 2 – Expanded Cruiser Business Activities Schedule Expanded Cruiser Mission 2 – First Manned Mission Terrestrial Feeder (TF) Estimated Phase Cost 500m total diameter Population 1000 Modular Eco-cell system - 20m height - 200m2 ground floor - capacity 10 people Mars surface mission Up to 5 launches , 125 m (LEO) payload launch vehicle Feeder-cruiser system entirely reusable 3 main components: - Cruiser - Terrestrial Feeder - Martian feeder 4 crew members Cruiser facilities: fully equipped habitat, life support systems (air, water, fuel), waste treatment, recycling equipment, food production Habitat Module (HM) weight 20 Tons Earth-Mars Cruiser Disease-free environment Active health monitor and control system Nanochip probe Monitoring system in Health Care Center (HCC) Computer body models Terrestrial Health Control

Biology at Clarkson University

Transcript: the way life works and how to work with it Developmental Psychology Human Evolutionary Psychology Human Cognition and its Evolution Animal Learning & Cognition Behavioral Ecology NeuroBiology SocioBiology Interdisciplinary Concentrations: -Biology, Behavior & Society -Cognitive Neuroscience Residential Semester: Live near the Trudeau Institute while completing coursework and conducting research. Residential Summer: Live in Clarkson's Adirondack Semester housing and conduct research at Trudeau's labs. Applications Real Research Current areas of research include: -Bio-energy, oil spills and environmental impacts -Human stem cells, organ regeneration and the spine -Sources and spread of food and water pathogens -Nanoparticles and drug delivery -Biometric signal analysis for secure identity recognition -Ion-permeable protein channels targeting cancerous tumors -Rehabilitation Neuroscience and Nanobiosensors -Virtual reality aiding physical and cognitive rehabilitation Comparative Anatomy Comparative Physiology BioPhysics Developmental Biology Zoology Botany Conservation Biology Evolution Areas of Interest Clarkson University For more than 100 years, the Trudeau Institute has worked on treating, curing and preventing the spread of infectious diseases. TI's successes have helped millions. Now, Clarkson and Trudeau are collaborating on research and new treatments. This partnership has already earned a $35 million investment to make new vaccines and get them to the people who need them most. Think about Clarkson. More Options At Clarkson, molecular biology students have the tools to conduct research while creating new cures and products. Students are expected to challenge existing ideas and practices to make advancements in: -Biotech -Pharmaceuticals -Physiology/Microbiology -Immuno-Engineering -Bio-Materials Design and Production Apply engineering principles, proven practices and latest methods to work in harmony with the natural world. -Chemical and Electrical Engineers develop and work with new bio-derived and bio-inspired materials. -Use Nanomaterials to develop and improve treatments and health products that mimic living structures and systems. -Biosensors, Bioinformatics, Biomechanics, Biorecognition, Biosecurity -Apply knowledge and skills around the world in Engineers Without Borders Research In the Lab and Field Anatomic (biological structures) Physiologic (biological functions) Micro-Organismal Biodiversity Management Zoological and Agricultural (includes Marine Biology, Crop Science zoos and aquariums) Endangered Species Management Invasive Species Management Conservation Biology Psychology Cognitive Therapy Neurobiology Human Behavior Sociology Veterinary Sciences Education Illustration Clarkson has funded openings for biological research in several fields and areas of interest. The list is too long to fit here, but it includes: -Nanofibers to fight infectious diseases -Designing and building peptides -HPV, altered cell differentiation and cervical cancer -RNA modifications during metazoan development -Developmental biology of the digestive system -Analysis of protein structures the interactions of organisms and living systems Conservation Biology The Field of Education Veterinary Sciences Animal Care & Welfare Molecular biologists work in one of the fastest growing fields in the U.S. They improve the fundamental understanding of human health. They design and build new materials and technologies based on biological systems. gives you a LOT of options Current research topics include: -Comparative evolution of live births -Conservation of spruce grouse -Digestive system development using vertebrate models Clarkson students conduct funded research -in the Research Experiences for Undergraduates program -with experienced faculty on campus -with several partnering institutions and agencies like the Trudeau Institute and National Science Foundation -as part of internships across the U.S. and around the world -Combining the natural and social sciences -Interdisciplinary degree programs and coursework include: -Environmental Science & Policy -Environmental Health Sciences Clarkson Trudeau Biomedical Scholars Many Clarkson engineering students become physicians. They draw on their engineering knowledge to treat patients and develop new diagnostic, caring and assistive technologies. -Pre-Med programs for future physicians, nurses, dentists and opthamologists or optometrists -Doctor of Physical Therapy program -Occupational Therapy program -Physician Assistant program -Environmental Health Sciences The Science of Life Engineering and Health caring for people and advancing the science of medicine Behavior Apply advanced engineering to human health. -Biotech and Biomedical, including Immuno-Engineering -Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technologies -BioPharmaceuticals A Growing Field the study of individuals and species Jobs & Opportunities Biomedical Research Research Environmental Jobs

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Transcript: University Powerpoint Deion Howell 3/31/11 period 7 Table of content Title page.................................. page 1 table of contents....................... page 2 list of colleges/universities...... page 3 Rollins College.......................... page 4 picture of Rollins....................... page 5 information about Rollins 6 admission form for Rollins........ page 7 extra........................................... page 8 The college I chose to do for this project is listed below followed by a little information about the college. Rollins College is a liberal arts institution and the oldest recognized college in Florida. it is located at Winter Park, Florida 32789-4499 Orange county I chose this college because it is one of the oldest colleges in Florida Bordering Lake Virginia, Rollins occupies a lush, 70-acre campus in a quaint community near Orlando and is characterized by its traditional Spanish-Mediterranean architecture. The campus is about a 20-minute drive from downtown Orlando and at least 30 minutes by car from Orlando International Airport. Admission to Rollins is highly selective. Many factors are considered in the admission process, including each candidate’s academic record, talents, interests, and potential to contribute to the Rollins and local community. Common Application On-Line Application ($40.00 application fee) Common Application Paper Application ($40.00 application fee). A representation of your strengths, talents, or interests—anything that helps us better understand who you are and your potential to contribute to the Rollins community. Your representation is limited only by your imagination and creativity. Examples of submissions from past applicants include the following: YouTube videos, DVDs or slide shows of their athletic or artistic talents; power points or scrapbooks of their backgrounds, interests or accomplishments; music or poetry they composed. It is very important that your representation is prepared specifically for your Rollins admission application and is not something you used for another purpose. Please note that your representation will not be returned. Scholarships Applicants who expect to be considered for Cornell Scholarships (full tuition), Deans’ Scholarships (up to $20,000 per year) or Donald Cram Scholarships (for natural sciences majors) should submit a completed application by January 5 for priority consideration. Applicants who expect to be considered for Centennial or Presidential Scholarships (ranging from $5,000 to $10,000 per year) should submit a completed application by February 15. Early Admission If you are an extraordinary high school student, you may be considered for admission at the conclusion of your junior year, provided all other admission requirements are satisfied. Early Admission candidates should apply through the Regular Decision cycle. This is the inside of one of the theaters at Rollins College. The Annie-Russell Theater. Rollins College mascot is Tommy Tar. the dean of the department of art and art history is Debra K. Wellman. They also have beach festivals. The End

Clarkson University

Transcript: -Average GPA of admitted students-3.56 ACT scores-26 -Extracurricular activities-More than 100 clubs and professional societies, 275 intramural teams, 16 competitive design teams Residence Life -Many community service opportunities. Some classes integrate community service into their curriculum. -Acceptance rate-77% -Housing/Dorms-1st year residence hall, then suites apartments and townhouses SAT scores-Math-610 -Critical Reading-560 -Writing-530 -Average need met-90% -Undergraduate Students Year Semester Tuition (full-time) & Fees $42,530.00 $21,265.00 Housing $7,400.00 $3,700.00 Meals $6,320.00 $3,160.00 Knightcard $500.00 -No css profile required -Division I ice hockey (men’s and women’s) -18 Division III sports Athletics -Programs-50+ in engineering, business, science, liberal arts, and health sciences -Community- college town -Diversity-below national average, 83.5% white, basically even mix of other races/ethnicity -9 out of 10 students receive financial aid, applicants are automatically considered for merit scholarships Background Information -3,110 undergraduates -616 graduate students -Students from 46 states, and 52 countries -Application process-online or mail. -13:1 (undergraduate) Teacher/student ratio Admissions Clarkson University -Tuition: $1,390 per credit hour -Fees: (Health & Recreation) $590 per year -Rent/Food: $9,550 (varies with individual preferences) -Books: $900 – 1,600 depending on program -Miscellaneous: $3,000 (varies with individual preferences) -More than 37 study abroad programs in 20 countries Academic -Greek life: -Fraternities: Eight national; three local. -Sororities: Four national -Coed-yes 71.5% male to 28.5% female Student Life -Food-food plans, many options for eating on campus Financial Aid -Location-Potsdam, N.Y. 3 ½ hrs from lansingburgh

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