What: 43rd Annual Meeting of Connecticut Academy of Science & Engineering
Where: Red Lion Hotel Cromwell
When: Thursday, May 24, 2018, 6:00 – 9:30 p.m.
Student Award Presentations: Students will display their projects during the 6:00-7:00 p.m. reception and will receive awards during dinner (includes winners of this year’s Connecticut Science & Engineering Fair, Connecticut Junior Science and Humanities Symposium, and Connecticut Invention Convention). Read more.
Gerber Medals/Award: The H. Joseph Gerber Medal of Excellence and Award of Excellence, established by the Academy and presented in partnership with the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology, will be awarded to the top student winners of the Connecticut Science and Engineering Fair. Read more.
New Academy Members: Newly elected members of the Academy will be introduced. Read more. Honorary Member Award: CASE will award Honorary Membership to Richard H. Strauss, Executive Director, Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering. Read more.
Honorary Member Award: CASE will award Honorary Membership to Richard H. Strauss, Executive Director, Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering. Read more.
Connecticut Medal of Technology: Governor Dannel P. Malloy will present the 2018 Connecticut Medal of Technology to Pratt & Whitney in recognition of their accomplishments in creating the groundbreaking technology of geared turbofan aircraft engines with unprecedented reductions in fuel consumption and noise, powering the next generation of civil transport airplanes. This led to creation of PurePower® turbofan engines chosen by many airlines for their aircraft fleets with great economic and environmental benefits. Read more.
Keynote Speech: Michael S. Francis, PhD, Senior Fellow and Chief, Advanced Programs, United Technologies Research Center (retired). Read more.