Presentations

As a part of our space outreach and to demonstrate our projects to the #NextGeneration we regularly give presentations and talks.

2019:

7 June 2019: How to get started in making STEM Projects using your Interest and Imagination. STEM Showcase 2019 hosted by CCMA.Ontario Science Centre. https://hotpoprobot.com/2019/06/13/stem-showcase-presentation-and-demos-to-students-parents-and-school-groups/

24 May 2019: 5 Steps to Hack your Curiosity: Learn Anything, Learn Everything: 2019 Toronto Tech Summit. MaRS Discovery District https://hotpoprobot.com/2019/05/24/5-steps-to-hack-your-curiosity/

22 May 2019: How the use of Quadruple Pendulum by LIGO helped the discovery of Gravitational Waves. Royal Astronomical Society of Canada / Ontario Science Centre. Toronto

30 April 2019: Using Machine Learning to Predict Risk of Asteroid Colliding with Earth. 2019 NASA Planetary Defense Conference. Washington DC. (https://hotpoprobot.com/2019/05/03/learnings-from-the-2019-planetary-defense-conference-poster-presentation-and-simulation-exercise/)

27 April 2019: NextGen Creative Growth: Raising Creators, Not Consumers. 2019 digiFest, Toronto. (https://hotpoprobot.com/2019/04/26/digifest-2019-talk-on-nextgen-creative-growth-exhibits/)

24 January 2019: Guest Speech at Ontario Science Centre 50 Years Celebration: Daring to Dream Big. Toronto. (https://hotpoprobot.com/2019/01/24/guest-speech-ontario-science-centre-50-years-celebration-daring-to-dream-big/ )

20 January 2019: How can the NextGen Hack Space Exploration? Guest Speech at 2019 Innovation Nation Conference. Hamilton. https://hotpoprobot.com/2019/01/24/how-can-the-nextgen-hack-space-exploration/

14 January 2019: Breakfast TV Toronto: Conversation on Space with Artash and Arushi. https://hotpoprobot.com/2019/01/24/breakfast-tv-toronto-conversation-on-space-with-artash-and-arushi/  See Video: https://www.bttoronto.ca/videos/toronto-siblings-are-finalists-in-the-nasa-space-apps-challenge/

2018:

10 November 2018. Science as a Human Right, International Science Centre and Science Museum Day. Ontario Science Centre. (https://hotpoprobot.com/2018/11/10/dream-big-and-every-kid-should-have-access-to-science-international-science-centre-and-science-museum-day/)

7 November 2018. Deep Space Musical: Transforming iconic Hubble Telescope images into music to create a musical of the Universe. Ontario Science Centre. Organised by RASC Toronto Centre, Toronto. (https://hotpoprobot.com/2018/11/09/performance-deep-space-musical-rasc-toronto-ontario-science-centre/) (See https://www.rascto.ca/content/recreational-astronomy-night-57

7 July 2018. TRAPPIST-1 Exoplanetary System Model. Annual Awards Day. Carr Astronomical Observatory, Collingwood. Ontario. (See Video: https://www.rascto.ca/content/video-trappist-1-exo-planetary-system

18 July 2018. Modeling the Deep Space Network: From Earth to Outer Space.  Ontario Science Centre. Organised by RASC Toronto Centre, Toronto. (See Video: https://www.rascto.ca/content/video-modeling-deep-space-network-earth-outer-space

20 June 2018. Predicting Risk Index of Asteroid Collision using A.I. and Displaying it Musically. Ontario Science Centre. Organised by RASC Toronto Centre, Toronto. (See Video: https://www.rascto.ca/content/video-predicting-risk-index-asteroid-collision-using-ai-and-displaying-it-musically)

9 June 2018. AI Exhibitor, FITC Future World Conference, Toronto

3 June 2018. How to build up maker spaces and undertake making-activities with children at home. MakerExpo, Kitchener, Ontario (http://www.makerexpo.ca/2018/05/speaker-series-presents-the-nath-family-a-maker-family-journey/)

2 June 2018. Space, Robotics, and Music: Every child is a creator! MakerExpo, Kitchener, Ontario (http://www.makerexpo.ca/2018/05/speaker-series-presents-the-nath-kids-every-child-is-a-creator/)

14 April 2018. Featured Speaker: We Progress, When we keep asking Why! Science March Toronto, Nathan Philips Square, Toronto (See video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0fmNz5vWDPk and https://hotpoprobot.com/2018/04/14/we-progress-when-we-keeping-asking-why-artash-science-march-toronto-2018-nathan-philips-square/)

6 March 2018. Asteroids, Music, and Code. Hack n Tell, Top Hat, Toronto (See https://www.meetup.com/Toronto-Hack-and-Tell/events/247313314/)

18 February 2018. Guest Speaker. Inaugural Women’s Conference for Planetary Scientists and Beyond. The University of Toronto, Toronto. (https://hotpoprobot.com/2018/02/20/guest-speaker-women-in-planetary-science-and-exploration-wpse-toronto/)

11 February 2018. Featured Speaker: International Day of Women and Girls in Science. The Ontario Science Centre, Toronto. (See https://rascto.ca/content/osc-international-day-women-and-girls-science)

2017:

11 October 2017. Drop the Drought”, “Yes I Can” and Canadian Space Agency Visit. Ontario Science Centre. Organised by RASC Toronto Centre, Toronto.  (See video: https://www.rascto.ca/content/video-drop-drought-yes-i-can-and-canadian-space-agency-visit)

25 August 2017. Do It Yourself Astronomy Workshop.  MindCamp, YMCA Geneva Park, Orillia, Ontario (See https://www.instagram.com/p/BYKB1CejrvA/)

4 July 2017. Yes I Can / Oui Je Peux (Canadian SpaceApps 2017 Winning Presentation). The Canadian Space Agency, Saint-Hubert, Quebec.(See: https://hotpoprobot.com/2017/08/02/visit-to-the-canadian-space-agency-2/)

27 May 2017: Making Sense of Data from Space: The Citizen Science Approach. International Space Development Conference, St. Louis, USA. (See http://isdc2017.nss.org/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/ISDC-2017-Saturday-SCHEDULE-5-24-17.pdf)

2016:

 22 June 2016. Path-finding Rover for Planetary Exploration using Maze Solving Technology. Ontario Science Centre. Organised by RASC Toronto Centre,  (See https://www.rascto.ca/content/recreational-astronomy-night-27)

20 May 2016. Creating Advanced SmallSats Scientific Payload for Climate Change Monitoring using Off-the Shelf Electronics. International Space Development Conference, Puerto Rico, USA (See http://isdc.nss.org/2016/modules/schedule/programming/SCHEDULE.Friday.pdf)

2015:

International Space Development Conference, Toronto, Ontario, Canada