Charles Stark Draper Laboratory Tour
Linda R. Fuhrman, Draper Laboratory, Cambridge, MA
Thu Jan 13, 02-03:30pm, Meet at 555 Tech Sq.
Enrollment limited: advance sign up required (see contact below)
Signup by: 06-Jan-2011
Limited to 30 participants.
Single session event
Prereq: Must be a U.S. citizen.
While still the MIT Aero-Astro department's Instrumentation Lab, we developed the computers and guidance systems that sent men to the moon. Now known as Draper Laboratory, our work spans everything fromguidance, navigation & control of vehicles that fly, swim, crawl, roll, walk and soar to developmentof micro-miniaturized electronics and devices, to biomedical devices,signal processing, and information exploitation. The tour will begin with an introduction to the Draper Laboratory, its history, and major projects. We will then visit several areas of the Laboratory and see some of its project activities. Restricted to U.S. citizens who must bring a government issued ID (such as a driverís license) to be admitted to the tour and registration must be confirmed by Draper at least 24 hours in advance. Will
depart from the Draper Lab Reception Lobby, 555 Technology Square, Cambridge (next to NE43).
Contact: Marie Stuppard, 33-208, x3-2279, email@example.com
Sponsor: Aeronautics and Astronautics
Latest update: 01-Nov-2010