Women in Planetary Science and Exploration (WPSE) 2018 was the inaugural conference to highlight the achievements of women and non-binary researchers in the field of planetary science and exploration, and […]
Women in Planetary Science and Exploration (WPSE) 2018 was the inaugural conference to highlight the achievements of women and non-binary researchers in the field of planetary science and exploration, and showcase their findings. It was held in Toronto on 17-18 February 2018.
Arushi (and Artash) were invited as surprise guest speakers on 18 February 2018 to talk about their Canada Space Agency SpaceApps 2017 Award Winning project – “Yes I Can”, as well as showcase their other projects, the CanadaArm and the Solar-X project to measure changes occurring during the Solar Eclipse.
It was very welcoming, friendly and high-level event which saw many great presentations touching upon planets and moons in our solar system, as well as exoplanets.
Our presentation went off very well and there were a number of questions on the technical aspects of our ongoing and upcoming projects. It was a great opportunity for us to meet many researchers and scientists, some of whom we had only interacted online over the years.
We thank Dr. Tanya Harrison and Sara Mazrouei for inviting us to the conference and providing us with an opportunity to make a guest presentation.
We look forward to participating in this conference once again!
Best of the Fair Award and Gold Medal, Canada Wide Science Fair 2022. RISE 100 Global Winner, Silver Medal, International Science and Engineering Fair 2022, Gold Medal, Canada Wide Science Fair 2021, NASA SpaceApps Global 2020, Gold Medalist – IRIC North American Science Fair 2020, BMT Global Home STEM Challenge 2020. Micro:bit Challenge North America Runners Up 2020. NASA SpaceApps Toronto 2019, 2018, 2017, 2014. Imagining the Skies Award 2019. Jesse Ketchum Astronomy Award 2018. Hon. Mention at 2019 NASA Planetary Defense Conference. Emerald Code Grand Prize 2018. Canadian Space Apps 2017.
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