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Caption Montana State University professor Brock LaMeres and his doctoral students Justin Hogan and Raymond Weber, who graduated in May, and master's degree student Samuel Harkness stand beside a rocket that will carry their radiation-tolerant computer system into space. All four are in MSU's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Photo by Raymond Weber.
Contact Contact: Brock LaMeres, (406) 994-5987 or lameres@ece.montana.edu.
Caption A computer built by Montana State University professor Brock LaMeres and his students takes a ride into space on Oct. 23, 2014 aboard a NASA-funded research rocket launched from the New Mexico desert. NASA photo.
Contact Contact: Brock LaMeres, (406) 994-5987 or lameres@ece.montana.edu.
Caption A computer designed at Montana State University sits ready to ride into space aboard a NASA funded research rocket. Through a series of multiyear grants from NASA, Brock LaMeres, an associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, and his students built a computer designed to withstand bombardment from the high-energy radiation particles that pass through the radiation shields of spacecraft. Photo by Brock LaMeres.
Contact Contact: Brock LaMeres, (406) 994-5987 or lameres@ece.montana.edu.