Utah State University, in conjunction with the University Nanosat
IV Program, is currently designing, testing, and fabricating a small
satellite named TOROID. This spacecraft
will be designed, assembled, and readied for launch within a two-year
period. As part of the University Nanosat IV Program, TOROID is
designed, built, tested, and managed by students at Utah State University.
As such, it provides a platform for multiple senior projects from
TOROID is currently requesting proposals for the following projects:
Currently, proposals are limited to students in the Electrical
and Computer Engineering (ECE) and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
(MAE) Departments. Collaborations between different disciplines
is encouraged. All Senior Projects must be approved by students'
respective departments and must follow all guidelines defined in
each Request for Proposal and by each department.
Contact: Matthew Carney