Calling all paper airplane fans! UBC Applied Science is hosting a paper airplane talk and workshop on Friday, March 29 at 12 noon in Kaiser 2020/2030.
Come out and build the ultimate aircraft of your dreams. A series of short talks will kick off the event including a talk by Applied Science Dean James Olson. Ever wondered what paper has to do with actual airplanes or what bat wings have to do with paper airplanes? Come find out!
- Short talks:
- Dean James Olson: Building better airplanes
- Pete Ostafichuk: Aerodynamics and paper airplanes
- Rajeev Jaiman: Bat wing aerodynamics, drones and paper airplanes
- UBC AeroDesign team: Aircraft vs paper airplane design
- Paper airplane making workshop
- Paper airplane challenge: Think you can outfly the dean?
Learn more and register here.