Koji (Victor) Ujimoto This week we feature Mr. Koji (Victor) Ujimoto, a Professor Emeritus who now mentors aviation students. He has been a CASI member for 62 years! How long have you been a Member of CASI? I've been a CASI member since 1955. I joined when I was a RCAF Flight Cadet at [...]
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Apply for the Charles Luttman Scholarship for 2017 - Deadline is March 31! Lauren Reid, our 2016 winner, is a 3rd year Aerospace Engineering student in the Engineering Science program at the University of Toronto. She is inspired by Elon Musk and his business ventures, including SpaceX, and hopes to similarly have an entrepreneurial career [...]
Apply for the Elvie L. Smith Scholarship for 2017 - Deadline is March 31! Brittney Cooper, our 2016 winner, is a 4th year undergraduate student at York University, completing an Honours Bachelor of Science double majoring in Atmospheric Science and Astronomy. She’s worked as a research assistant for Dr. John Moores since beginning her studies at [...]
Around the Dial: The Evolution of Human Factors in Aviation with John Maris. With both a Doctorate and test pilot specializations in Human factors, President of Marinvent and CASI Fellow, John Maris gives us a light-hearted look at the evolution of human factors in aviation.
Sandy McLeod Sandford (Sandy) McLeod is the President/CEO of Tower Aerospace Inc. He has been with CASI since 1989 – 27 years! What is your most memorable CASI experience so far? My most memorable experience was giving my first paper on the Future Role of the Canadian Space Industry, at the ASTRO 2006 conference. [...]
Please register for CASI WEB TALKS - with featured guest John Maris on Feb 21, 2017 12:30 PM EST at: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5880369985350953730 With both a Doctorate and test pilot specializations in Human factors, President of Marivent and CASI Fellow, John Maris gives us a light-hearted look at the evolution of human factors in aviation. After registering, [...]
CASI turns the spotlight on its members who are making an impact across the country and around the globe. These members exemplify the mission and vision of the Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute. It is with gratitude that we highlight our members as part of our mandate to make it the place to foster national [...]
Source: University of Washington & Astrobiology Web Conditions suitable to support complex life may have developed in Earth's oceans -- and then faded -- more than a billion years before life truly took hold, a new University of Washington-led study has found. The findings, based on using the element selenium as a tool to measure [...]
[English follows] L'Agence spatiale canadienne (ASC) vient d'afficher un Avis d'offre de participation (AOP) pour la participation étudiante à la conférence de l'Agence spatiale européenne « 2017 Earth Explorer », qui aura lieu à Banff du 20 au 24 mars 2017. Les informations portant sur cet AOP se retrouvent sur le site de l'ASC à [...]