Dr. Mitchell Keith Hudson, AR EPSCoR Director, University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Arkansas TOC 17
Functionalization of Nanomaterials for Photovoltaic Devices
Research Infrastructure Development
Arkansas NASA EPSCoR New Computer Vision Methods for NASA Robotic Planetary Exploration
SiGeSn Based Photovoltaic Devices for Space Applications
Senator John Boozman
Since the first awards of the NASA EPSCoR program, Arkansas has participated with numerous projects ranging from studies on hybrid rocket propulsion, super-massive black holes, novel nanotech materials, to new robotic vision systems. In common, these projects all advance the aerospace arts in a state that until recently had little aerospace industry. NASA EPSCoR has trained a workforce and provided each region of the state with faculty members that have experience in aerospace activities, as we require each Arkansas award to have a substantially diverse human resource and geographic component. Since its founding, NASA EPSCoR has become the lead source of aerospace research in the state, as most non-EPSCoR projects have had their start directly or indirectly from these roots. Recently, Arkansas has become a major supplier of aircraft components and services. We believe that Arkansas NASA EPSCoR will continue to be a major contributor to research, a trained workforce, and aerospace economic impact in the state and region.
NASA EPSCoR Stimuli 2014 -15
Senator Tom Cotton
Representative J. French Hill (2nd District)
Published on Dec 14, 2015
NASA Office of Education’s Aerospace Research & Career Development (ARCD) is pleased to release NASA EPSCoR Stimuli, a collection of univers...