2022 Youth Technical Program Announced
Join Us and Take Flight!
Have you ever wondered what makes things take flight? Whether it’s a bird, a plane, or a helicopter on Mars, the basic elements are the same. The 2022 Youth Technical Program will focus on the basic elements of aerodynamics (lift, thrust, gravity, and drag) and how these concepts enable flight in the animal kingdom, for commercial airplanes, or for helicopters on other planets.
A brief presentation will introduce key concepts of aerodynamics and introduce a hands-on circuit building activity, where participants will build a miniature drone with an altitude control circuit.
We encourage all interested participants to register early for the Youth Program so that adequate seating and craft materials are available. Tickets will be confirmed on a first come, first served basis. The Youth Technical Program is targeted for ages 8 to 19. Younger children are welcome if accompanied by an adult or older, responsible sibling.
Special thanks to the sponsors of the 2022 Youth Technical Program:
Sponsor information pending
Youth Technical Program Chair
Youth Program Chair Bio:
Stephanie Zajac is a Radiation Effects Engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, and is excited to introduce young minds to the unique joys of Science and Engineering. Happy to be returning to in-person conferences in 2022, Stephanie returns to the role of Youth Technical Program Chair for the IEEE EMC Society Symposium for a third time, having served twice previously at the Symposia in 2018 and 2019.