We had the pleasure to present a paper at the European Workshop on Microelectronics Education. It gives an overview of how to run large, multidisciplinary projects, such as UoS3, in a university environment. In short, it isn’t easy. However, the audience agreed that this sort of projects are crucial to educate good engineers for the future. What is more, projects like the UoS3, which actually show how electronics can be applied, attract more bright students. The conclusion is – building a cubesat is great for students (get good education and a motivating project to work on), universities (attract many students, including the brightest ones), and industry (get better graduates to work for them). So we’re spot on!
European Workshop on Microelectronics Education 2016
By Aleksander Lidtke on May 13, 2016 in Uncategorized
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