Dr. Angela Des Jardins, MT NASA EPSCoR Director
Great strides have been made in developing Montana research activities aimed at solving current technical and scientific problems facing NASA and the aerospace community. These accomplishments and their resulting infrastructure have allowed many Montana researchers to have opportunities to work with NASA that were not present prior to the implementation of NASA EPSCoR. The membership of Montana NASA EPSCoR is broad and diverse. All 22 institutions of higher education in the state are affiliates, ranging from small undergraduate institutions, including seven tribal colleges, to Carnegie Research One Montana State University with more than 15,000 students enrolled. The differing nature of the various institutions requires that Montana NASA EPSCoR offer a wide variety of opportunities for faculty and students to match the missions and institutional expectations of the diverse affiliates.
Regenerative SOFC Development for Aerospace Technology Platforms
Development and Testing of a Radiation Tolerant Flight Computer with Real-Time Fault Detection, Recovery, and Repair Enhancement of NASAâ€™s Polar Missions: Adjoint Data Assimilation into Numerical Models to Reveal Physical Properties of the Greenland Ice Sheet Large-scale Content-based Image Retrieval System (CBIR) for Interactive Search through the Virtual Solar Observatory (VSO)
Minority Serving Institution
Research Infrastructure Development
Minerva: A Dedicated Observatory for Exoplanet Science
Space Flight Demonstration of a Radiation Tolerant, FPGA-Based Computer System on the International Space Station
Nanostructured Polarization Optics for Atmospheric Remote Sensing
Senator John Tester
Senator Steve Daines
Representative Ryan Zinke (District At Large)
NASA EPSCoR Stimuli 2014 -15
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...