Alexis Zinni, the current student lab director had an article posted by the ASE department. Read more about it here!
Information on what we at the TSL do along with information on how to join the TSL is going to be at our upcoming info meetings!
Tuesday, Feb. 5th, at 6pm in ECJ 1.308.
Wednesday, Feb. 6th, at 6pm in CPE 2.212.
The TSL hosted ~30 Austin-area students from the Hello World K-12 computer science program. Ali Babool, Alejandra Naranja, and Alexis Zinni spoke with the students about their experiences in the TSL.
The TSL and UT ASE Professor Maruthi Akella hosted representatives from NASA Johnson Space Center (JSC) for the final in-person review of the Seeker 1 Vision software under development by Akella’s research group and the TSL. TSL students Nihal Dhamani, Gavin Martin, and Carson Schubert presented material to our JSC guests.
TSL director Noble Hatten and nine TSL students traveled to Pasadena, CA to take part in an A-Team study at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). The goal of the study was to assess mission concepts under consideration by the TSL for upcoming proposal opportunities. The study was funded by a JPL Center for Academic Partnership (CAP) award organized by JPL systems engineers (and UT ASE alumni) Travis Imken and Ravi Prakash, and Noble Hatten and Lecturer Walt Daniel at UT. The visit lasted for two days.
From left to right: Pratyush Singh, Carson Schubert, Gavin Martin, Nihal Dhamani, Noble Hatten, Alexis Zinni, Anna Ly, Dillan McDonald, Zac McLaughlin, Axel Durham. (Credit: Travis Imken)
Following delivery of the ARMADILLO flight vehicle to launch integrator Tyvak Nano-Satellite Systems, Inc. in San Luis Obispo, CA earlier in May, the TSL received confirmation that ARMADILLO was successfully integrated into a P-POD. ARMADILLO now awaits integration into the STP-2 launch vehicle.