The goal of the Vermont NASA/EPSCoR Program is to promote the development of statewide research infrastructure in areas that are of strategic importance to the NASA mission while concurrently supporting Vermont’s technology priorities. By fostering partnerships between NASA center research assets, academic institutions, and local industry, the NASA EPSCoR Program contributes to industrial science and technology capabilities, higher education research capabilities, and economic development of the State. The unique focus of the Program upon NASArelevant research and technological development resonates with the existing excellence in aviation, aeronautical, and aerospace excellence already present within Vermont. Indeed, the growth of these activities within the academic and commercial sectors in the past decade has been extremely exciting to be a part of, both as a Director and a researcher. In addition to technology development, NASA’s focus on Earth science – including climate change – reflects the environmental values of our State.
Prof. Darren Hitt, VT EPSCoR Director, University of Vermont
Senator Patrick Leahy
Vermont TOC 191
Prediction and Monitoring of Ablation of Thermal Protective Systems Under Atmospheric Reentry Conditions
Minority Serving Institution
Research Infrastructure Development
Biofilm Mitigation by Ultrasound-Enhanced Targeted Lipisome Treatment
Flexible Thermal Protection Systems: Materials Characterization and Performance in Hypersonic Atmospheric Entry
NASA EPSCoR Stimuli 2014 -15
Senator Bernie Sanders
Representative Peter Welch (District At Large)
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...