Henna Jethani graduated from MSJ in 2010. She was involved in Tech and Robotics while at MSJ. She graduated from MIT in 2014 with her B.S. in Aerospace Engineering & Information Technology and is now pursuing an M.S. in BioAstronautics at CU Boulder in Colorado. This is a brief overview of the points that Henna touched upon at today’s meeting.
- Life Support Systems
- Design of Space Habitats
- Human Physiology in Space
- Environmental Control
- Machine learning
- Teaching machines to learn about themselves
- Physiological changes in space
- Skeletal unloading
- Fluid shift in body
- Muscle atrophy
- Legs shrink in size
- Radiation shielding
- Environmental Control + Life Support Systems
- Maintaining environmental atmosphere
- EVA + IVA suits
- Design Drivers
- Human Metabolic Rates
- Orbital Outfitters- Spacesuits
- Calteh Space Challenge
- 5 day international space mission design competition
- Mission to send astronauts to asteroid in lunar orbit
FTC Team Omega 6669 gave a presentation about what they learned over the FTC season. As a successful veteran team, they shared some valuable tips about robot design, autonomous programming, and the engineering notebook with some of our rookie teams. They also shared their advice on how to proceed after the first season.
Presentation on how to be successful in FTC
Our rookie teams learning how to get better
Our first workshop will be this Friday November 21st during lunch in C2, Mr. Karmali’s room. It will be held by Team 5151 Infinity, and will focus on CAD/coding. This is also a great opportunity for people who are not competing in FTC to learn some new concepts. We hope to see you there!
In case you weren’t able to attend the meeting, here is a recap of what happened!
What is Robotics?
- General: Design, Programming, Finance, Prototyping
- Creating robots that can move
- For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology
- 18” * 18” * 18” robot
- Teams of 4 to 10 students
- 12′ x 12’ square field
- 30 sec autonomous
- 2 min driver
- Announce robot game
- Workshops for teams
- Super Regionals
- 40 student teams
- Washing machine size robot
- Driving / carpool arranged to Devry University
- Business side to the team
- January-February 6 week build season
- Builds rockets
- 3 to 5 people team
- Use rocket software
- Multiple choice tests on different subjects
- Max team size: 8
- Engineering HOSA / DECA
- Sent 2 teams to nationals
Tech and Robotics Meetings
- Volunteer opportunities
- Guest Speakers
- Would you like to host teams?
- Contact email@example.com
Come one, come all to the first Tech & Robotics meeting of the 2012-2013 school year!
It will be on Thursday, September 13 during lunch in room C-11.
Anyone interested in or just curious about robotics is encouraged to attend.
There will be free brownies and Dum Dum pops!
As you may know, MSJ T&R sold Beard Papa’s Cream Puffs at MSJHS’s Multicultural Week (this past week). We ordered approximately 65 puffs each day, and they were all sold out by the end of lunch. Lots of people liked them, and we got some much needed funds. We will keep you posted on exactly how much we made.
We apologize about the scarcity of our announcements at the time moment. Currently, we all have our hands full, and the construction of this website is P.Z.’s pet project. These announcements should be a lot more frequent, and thus a lot more useful, this coming year, with the addition of a T&R Webmaster. Keep tuned!
As part of our movement to reinvigorate MSJ Tech and Robotics, we have began to renovate our website. In the upcoming days, you’ll find random photos and videos placed by me all over the place while I test out some WordPress features.
Once this website is fully operational, you can expect the following:
– Team Bios
– Event Pages (Workshops, etc)
– Resource Pages (filled with forms and documents)
– Frequently updated Announcements section
… and more!
This year’s game is called Get Over It
Click here to check it out!
Welcome to the new tech and robotics website!
We will update this page with meeting info and important dates soon, so be sure to check back regularly!