Greetings!  This is the program for the Epic Innovation Sessions hosted at Nipmuc Regional High School on Saturday, Nov 9, 2019.  It is open to anyone who is interested to come to find out why Massachusetts is the most innovative state in the nation.  You MUST register to attend this event.  Teachers will be given 4 PDPs for completion of the day.  Registration closes at 11:59 pm Friday, Nov 1, 2019.  Register at https://tinyurl.com/EpicInnovations.
Saturday, November 9 • 10:35am - 11:05am
UMass Lowell's Astronomical Observatory LIMITED

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Limited Capacity seats available

UMass Lowell is building a campus observatory that will be open to students, community groups and the public. Visual observing and astrophotography are eye-opening ways to get into astronomy. However, automation technology, compact instrumentation, and the ability to coordinate with other observatories are making small telescopes more powerful than ever. The session will explore some of the research that we hope to pursue, focussing on ways that you could get involved.  


Robert Giles

Professor/Chair of Physics, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Participating in the field of terahertz technology since 1982 with researchers at the University of Massachusetts Lowell (UML), Giles has been investigating the applications of solid-state and laser-based terahertz sources for polarimetric imaging techniques. With the goal to develop... Read More →

Silas Laycock

Associate Professor, UMass Lowell

Saturday November 9, 2019 10:35am - 11:05am

Attendees (10)