As a student-run university project, CUSat is highly dependent on the support of generous contributors. We invite you to join us as we continue to prepare to launch a spacecraft that will demonstrate valuable new technologies and gather new science data. With your help, our project will not only provide an unparalleled educational opportunity for these Cornell Engineers but will also make a significant contribution to the development of space science and mankindís role in space exploration.
L-3 Communications, Telemetry-West
CUSat is interested in establishing mutually beneficial sponsorships with your firm. As a student-run university project, CUSat is highly dependent on the aid of generous contributors.
We are looking to acquire the following to achieve our goals:
- Monetary Donations
- Computers and Monitors
- Lab equipment
Sponsoring CUSat offers you a unique opportunity to collaborate with one of the world's foremost research institutions. Sponsorships will lead to the following:
- Media coverage in the space industry as well as the popular press
- Relations with Cornell University
- Pool of student experience for recruitment purposes
This project acknowledges the use of Cornell Center for Advanced Computing's "MATLAB on the TeraGrid" experimental computing resource funded by NSF grant 0844032 in partnership with Purdue University, Dell, The MathWorks, and Microsoft.