Throughout the year, GVIS proudly supports numerous events, showcasing many of the visualizations created within the lab! Here is a list of the past events GVIS attended.
On Labor Day weekend, the Cleveland Air show took flight! As one of the country’s oldest and most esteemed annual air shows, the Cleveland National Air Show boasts a rich history, spanning from the National Air Races of 1929-1949 to the present-day Air Show since 1964. This year, GVIS joined the excitement, proudly showcasing a dazzling array of visualizations crafted within our lab.
Cleveland hosted NASA Aviation Day on September 13, which was a free event open to the public. This event showcased various aviation projects, including the Quesst mission, electrified aircraft propulsion, and sustainable aviation technologies. Attendees explored NASA-devolved technology and interacted with displays. Additionally, there were informative panel sessions that shed light on NASA’s efforts to advance commercial air travel, making this event beneficial for individuals, students, and professionals, alike.
The IngenuityFest 2023: Biologies & Geologies was a celebration of our planet’s resources and innovations. This year’s Fest explored how human creativity impacts communities across land, air, and water, emphasizing environmental stewardship, sustainability, and invention. Attendees experienced crystal caverns, aquatic landscapes, and other captivating features, combining elements of whimsy and a deep commitment to these important causes.
Women in Aviation International (WAI) is a nonprofit organization committed to promoting and advancing women across aviation and aerospace sectors. This event showcased diverse aviation careers and provided opportunities to meet female pilots, air traffic controllers, engineers, and to gain insights into achieving aviation aspirations. Attendees engaged in hands-on STEM activates and explored aircraft.
FutureLAND stands as an annual multi-day conference dedicated to celebrating the rich tapestry of technology, arts, and culture. The conference embodied a dynamic movement led by visionary entrepreneurs, fueled by their shared mission.
This year’s event was an invitation to the IT professionals’ community, urging them to unite for networking, knowledge-sharing, and personal development alongside their peers and the larger tech community. The event featured David Pogue as the keynote speaker.
The Full STEAM Ahead event was opened to students only! This event was through the Challenger Center, who used space-themed simulated learning environments to engage students in dynamic, hands-on opportunities.
NASA’s Langley Research Center invited the public to see where aerospace history was created and where the triumphs of tomorrow are taking shape now. Additionally, the open house featured Artemis II astronaut Victor J. Glover. GVIS showcased the X-59 Flight Simulation Chair to showcase to the guests.
The Cleveland History Center is hosting an event for whomever you call family. Attendees may explore the museum, ride the carousel, take some time for stories and games, or build their own University Circle adventure.
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