2003-2004 Student Winners
Previous student winners
At the 6th Annual meeting, NIAC's Phase II NSVFP fellows from academic year 2003-2004 presented their concepts in a half-hour talk format. Their presentations are available here.
Also at the annual meeting, Phase I student competitors presented posters which were judged by experts from NIAC's Science Council. Phase I winners are listed below. As a result of the judging, a Phase II NSVFP award was granted to Andrew Bingham of Clarkson University. Andrew will continue to develop his concept and present it in March in Atlanta.
- Andrew Bingham
"Deployment of an interstellar Electromagnetic Acceleration System"
- Xiadong Liu, Yu Liang, QiChang Liang
Michigan State University
"Propulsion by the Recoil of the Field Momentum"
- Chris Malow, University of Virginia and Danielle Adams
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
"Humanitarian Systems Enabled by Space Solar Power"
- Hunter Marks
Louisiana State University
"Towards a Decision Support System for Selecting a Landing Site
- Tommy Sebastian
North Carolina State University
"Lunar Scout Vehicle - A Novel Long-Range Lunar Rover"
- Neil Toronto
Brigham Young University
"Creative Autonomous Vehicles"