Electric Mobility: from the moon to the track with NASA
We’re kicking off our 2022 Shell Eco-marathon season with a brand new Virtual Learning Session. Join us LIVE on YouTube in conversation with Lucien Junkin - NASA Mobility Chief Engineer, Robotic Systems Technology Branch and Astronaut Abby - Harvard Research Scientist & STEM & Space Influencer as we explore electric mobility’s applications in space and on the track!
Plus, there will be a Q&A session giving you the opportunity to have your questions answered in real-time.
Join us live on Thursday, 23rd September at 9:00 AM CST / 3:00 PM GMT / 10:00 PM SGT. For those of you unable to join the livestream, we will be sharing a recording after the session so you can watch it in your own time.
Lucien Junkin is a robotics engineer at NASA and is currently the chief engineer of the human rovers for the Moon & Mars – the Lunar Terrain Vehicle (LTV) and Space Exploration Vehicle (SEV). Lucien began his career at NASA in 1990 when he joined the newly formed robotics division at the NASA Johnson Space Center in Houston. Lucien has been involved in various projects including the International Space Station Special Purpose Dexterous Manipulator (SPDM), the Space Station Remote Manipulator System (SSRMS), Calibrated Synthetic Viewing (CSV), the Autonomous Extravehicular Activity Robotic Camera (AERCam), Robonaut, Spidernaut, Centaur, the Modular Robotics Vehicle (MRV), and the Volatiles Investigating Polar Exploration Rover (VIPER).