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Young Weir-Wise 2020

January 2020

Discovering Engineering with S2 Girls. As usual I had a great time and continue to be impressed by how curious and engaged these students are.

Deep Space and the Impact of Space Debris on Communication Networks

December 2019

Article written to accompany my talk given at the University of Pennsylvania in March 2019

MSc Project: Development of an Open-Source Computer-Vision Based Orientation System for Cubesats

August 2019

Work carried out by Daniel Hingston over the summer of 2019

Interesting Links - July 2019

July 2019

Moon Landings, Databases, Patents...

Interesting Links - June 2019

June 2019

Scheduling, Design, AI Bias...

Engineering the Future for Girls 2019

June 2019

We ran sessions today again for the Engineering the Future for Girls summer school. Thanks to all of our undergraduate students who came in to help.

Scottish Space School 2019

June 2019

An afternoon spent building VR headsets to see the debris around Earth and coming up with ideas of how to clean it all up.

Interesting Links - May 2019

May 2019

Pseudo-3D graphics, BERT, Sustainability, Python and more.

Strathclyde Teaching Excellence Awards 2019

May 2019

I was lucky enough to be nominated in the category of "Most Innovative" at the Strathclyde Teaching Excellence Awards this year along with a number of colleagues in the department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.

A History of Space Debris - Public Lecture at the Wolf Humanities Center at the University of Pennsylvania

March 2019

The space race and more recent commercial space activities have led to a proliferation of objects in Earth’s orbit. What exactly are these objects? How do they behave? Who are we leaving them for? Is it junk or can it be reclaimed? Dr. Stuart Grey considers our role in polluting space and how this circulation of material impacts the future.

Young Weir-Wise 2019

January 2019

Discovering Engineering with S2 Girls. It was time again to run 2 sessions as part of the Young Weir-WISE outreach activity at Strathlcylde. This time we focussed on 3 key areas in the future use of space, 1. Global space based internet, 2. Orbital/sub-orbital transport and 3. Global real-time satellite video.

Strathclyde Headstart 2018

June 2018

In the last of the 3 outreach events we've run this summer we had 40 students from the Headstart scheme run by the Engineering Development Trust. Overall i've had a fantastic few weeks meeting over 240 young people interested in engineering and can't wait to see what they get up to.

Engineering the Future for Girls 2018

June 2018

We spent the day with 100 S3 girls giving them an idea what is involved in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and how we might tackle some of the engineering challenges involved with preventing and removing space debris.

VR Space Debris for the Scottish Space School 2018

June 2018

We ran a session on space debris as part of the Scottish Space School for 100 students from schools across Scotland. This year we also had our 3D printers on show and had a couple of special visitors.

Strathclyde Teaching Excellence Awards 2018

May 2018

I was lucky enough to be nominated for a Strathclyde Teaching Excellence Award this year along with a number of colleagues in the department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.

Reflecting Space Symposium

February 2018

The launch of a new think-tank.

Young Weir-Wise: Discovering Engineering with S2 Girls

January 2018

An afternoon spent building VR headsets to see the debris around Earth and coming up with ideas of how to clean it all up.

The Naked Scientists - Question of the Week

December 2017

Would a rocket launched from a tube, like a bullet from a rifle barrel, be assisted or hindered by that?

2,000,000 YouTube Views!

August 2017

99.83% Space Debris, 0.17% 3D Printing

Glasgow Science Festival: My Favourite Doomsday Talk

June 2017

I gave a talk about why a massive asteroid strike is my favourite doomsday.

Scottish Space School VR Space Debris Workshops

June 2017

100 students from across Scotland got to see the extent of the space debris problem for them selves with their own VR headsets.