On Nov. 29, participants were also building a Flight Model of Cansat. Drawing Circuits, drawing a layout, soldering, operation check and so on.
On the other hand,
today I’ll write about the Nihon Univ. students side, what we do everyday and what we are thinking about every time.
To sum up the activities of Nihon Univ. students at CLTP2, our role is to support participants so that they can build a Cansat by themselves and they can spread the Cansat project by themselves in them home country in the near future.
Some of the supports are the following,
-To Solve problems with development together
-To tell “how to teach about Cansat project to students”
-To discuss and share in the direction of our Cansat project
-Making a PCB from a Circuit for Cansat
-Order for development of Cansat
-Improvement of developing environment
Some of students are still working after workroom closed at 8PM.
As far as I can see, they are professional engineers, who had ever built Cansats and have been developing satellites in Nihon Univ.
I feel proud of them, and have a lot to thank them for the supports.
Nihon Univ. students are also “students”, they have to attend the classes to graduate, and some of them have to work as teaching assistant.
Then, they all work with participants and operate CLTP2 so that the Cansats will be built asap, and work hard behind closed door.
Tomorrow is now coming.
Good morning everyone!