||Academic Staff at Research Centre for Innovation in Aeronautical Engineering in the Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Faculty of the Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León, México
|Field of specialization:
||Nano-devices, Numerical Analysis, FEM, Hydrid Devices, Design, Fabrication and Characterisation of Nano-devices/structures
|Present Research Interests:
||Satellites, Sensors, Bio-sensors, Exotic materials such as Graphene & MoS2; Qbits, Parallel Computing, Transport, Molecular analysis
I reckon that the CLPT program was just spot on. Probably the only point that I can think of is to read a bit more of the microcontroller and the camera features.
I’m trying to develop a program to teach the basic concepts of satellites to pre- and grade students in order to show them a new set of options to explore. I hope that by putting into perspective a whole set of tools that can be derive from either satellites or rockets, quite a few persons can be interested and join the aerospace path.
It is a rather amazing experience. Whole course is just spot on. All the things that you always wanted to know or to experiment with, the CLPT program can provide it with and even go further that you expected. Professors and assistant professors were well organized and quite supportive. Definitely, if you’re interested, you should do everything in your hands to attend CLPT6.