ARCS IS A STORY
…of revolutionary convergence of multiple, unrelated disciplines
…of scientific discoveries that bring mostly divergent trails together
…of trailblazing researchers who utilize this convergence to conceive, design, implement, and operate systems, processes, and products that overcome the greatest humanitarian, medical, environmental challenges in the coming century.
Since 2020, a total of 17 CSUN students have had ARCS facilitated internships with NASA (JPL, Ames, Armstrong, and Langley)!
“ARCS helped me tremendously. Right now in my graduate program, I have to do a thesis and what I’m doing for ARCS, which involves compiler design with Dr. Kyle Dewey, is very integrated with what I’m doing for my thesis for the school. And in addition to that I was able to get connections with some JPL people, able to go through some interviews, and land a summer internship with them. So, it’s very life-changing. I love ARCS.”
“One of my undergraduate research projects was actually the STEAHM Bubble, which is about a football-sized field of autonomous research space that is hopefully going to be built here at CSUN‘s campus… The goal of that is to be able to collaborate with industry partners to give them a test facility to run experiments and to have places for collaboration…”
FACULTY AND COLLABORATOR SPOTLIGHTS
Honey Kessler Amado
Associate Professor at California State University, Northridge (Department of Health Sciences)