Seminar Series


3 Apr,1998


10:00 am


102D , Cullen College of Engineering


International Space Station program from an IE Prospective


Ms. Melissa Orozco


The objective of this presentation will be

To discuss reasons /objectives in developing a space station.

To understand the types of research that will be carried on the space station.

To discuss issues related to space station stowage such as what a stowage is, Types of Stowage issues that are dealt with, Types of hardware /bags that are flown, layouts of space station modules and current problems in developing the space station.

About the Speaker

Ms. Melissa Orozco is currently working in United Space Alliance. She has a degree in Industrial Engineering from The University of Texas at El Paso. Melissa Also worked for Johnson & Johnson Medical, Inc and Hasbro Inc. Melissa being a daughter of a defense personal, had a wonderful oppurtunity of being exposed to the field of aerospace at White Sands Missile range,New Mexico. Melissa has been greatly drawn and fascinated by this field right from her childhood.Other than that melissa also has interest in playing basketball, reading, and various other outdoor activities.


All Are Welcome.  Refreshments will be served.