You're invited to the CU-Boulder Aerospace Summit Tuesday, March 29 in the Capitol Ballroom at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Denver.
Join CU-Boulder and industry leaders including:
- Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano
- Colorado OEDIT's Aerospace and Defense Industry Champion, Major General Jay Lindell (Ret)
- Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics
Director Dr. Dan Baker
- MAVEN Principal Investigator Dr. Bruce Jakosky
- Aerospace Engineering Sciences Department Chair Penny Axelrad
- Retired NASA Astronaut and CU-Boulder Scholar in Residence James Voss (MAero'74, HonDocSci'00)
Enjoy heavy appetizers and a cash bar as you network with the great minds in aerospace technology and then let your imagination soar during the one-hour program, "Space Weather, MAVEN and Drones: What They Mean to You, What They Mean to CU." The program will highlight CU-Boulder's renowned space science programs and central role in the Colorado aerospace industry. Keynote speaker Dr. Dan Baker will reveal how space weather can and will impact the technology we rely on every day.
After the program, savor a dessert bar as you engage with CU-Boulder's top scientists, students that represent the future of aerospace and current industry leaders.
Cost: $10 per person, includes one drink.