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1Poster title goes here, containing strictly only the essential number of words TemplateNSF Grant #Author’s Name Goes Here Author’s Major Goes Here Author’s Address Goes HereIntroductionMethodResultsImporting / Inserting FilesImages such as photographs, graphs, diagrams, logos, etc, can be added to the poster.To insert scanned images into your poster, go through the menus as follows: Insert / Picture / From File… then find the file on your computer, select it, and press OK.The best type of image files to insert are JPEG or TIFF, JPEG is the preferred format.Be aware of the image size you are importing. The average color photo (13 x 18cm at 180dpi) would be about 3Mb (1Mb for B/W greyscale). Call MIU if unsure.Do not use images from the web.Please use this template as a guide. This formatting is on powerpoint. You may use any program to create your poster.Make sure your template is 36 inch Height x 48 inch Length. This file is already in the correct template size.Remember to use your creativity to set your poster apart from the other students.How to use this Poster TemplateSimply highlight this text and replace it by typing in your own text, or copy and paste your text from a MS Word document or a PowerPoint slide presentation.The sub-title text boxes can be moved up or down depending on how big or small your ‘Introduction’, ‘Aim’, ‘Method’, ‘Results’ and ‘Conclusion’ are.The title text / font size should be around 40 points. Arial, Helvetica or equivalent. (Keep all title font sizes the same size throughout the poster).The body text / font size should be between 24 and 32 points. Arial, Helvetica or equivalent. (Keep all text font sizes the same throughout the poster).The color of the text, title and poster background can be changed to the color of your choice.Consider the Importance of ConfidentialityRemember to discuss whether certain equipment, techniques, locations, people, or anything else should be omitted from your poster. If necessary, think of a creative way to discuss what you are doing, without naming what you are doing.Tips for Making a Successful PosterSimplify everything, avoid data overkill.Headings of more than 6 words should be in upper and lower case, not all capitals.Never do whole sentences in capitals or underline to stress your point, use bold characters instead.When laying out your poster leave breathing space around you text. Don’t overcrowd your poster.Try using photographs or coloured graphs. Avoid long numerical tables.Spell check and get someone else to proof-read.Title font sizes should all be the same throughout the posterText font sizes should be the same throughout the posterCaptions to be set in Times or Times New Roman or equivalent, italic, between 18 and 24 points.Left aligned if it refers to a figure on its left. Caption starts at the top edge of the picture (graph or photo).Left. Alberto Vasquez at San Diego Coastkeeper diluting samples for coliform & enterococcus testingConclusionCaptions should describe what the item is, what the subject is doing.Example:Mariela Medina and Hersy Enriquez doing a site visit at the City of Oceanside new facility constructionNotes about GraphsFor simple graphs use MS Excel, or do the graph directly in PowerPoint.Graphs done in a scientific graphing programs (eg. Sigma Plot, Prism, SPSS, Statistica) should be saved as JPEG or TIFF if possible.Aim/Purpose of GoalIncludeNSF Grant # s for the campuses of each teammateCity: NSF Grant # DUESDSU: NSF Grant # DUESWC: NSF Grant # DUESPSD LogoPhotos of yourself in action (remember to get supervisorapproval)AcknowledgementsRemember to enthusiastically thank your mentors, colleagues, the company that hosted you, your MESA director, the National Science Foundation and anyone that helped you with this professional development experience.Captions to be set in Times or Times New Roman or equivalent, italic, 18 to 24 points, to the length of the column in case a figure takes more than 2/3 of column width.Captions to be set in Times or Times New Roman or equivalent, italic, 18 to 24 points, to the length of the column in case a figure takes more than 2/3 of column width.
2Northrop Grumman Summer Internship Actual StudentPoster 2008David LampleyElectrical EngineeringSan Diego State UniversityStephen RomeroAerospace EngineeringSan Diego State UniversityIntroductionsResultsNorthrop Grumman is a Defense and Technology Company with an emphasis in the following business areas: Information & Services, Electronics, Aerospace, and Shipbuilding. One specific subdivision of these areas is Unmanned Systems located in Rancho Bernardo, CA. Rancho Bernardo is home to the Integration, Engineering and Development of the following Unmanned Systems: FireScout, Targets, UCAS, and Global Hawk. Our area of emphasis included Logistics, Subsystems Engineering, and Design for the Global Hawk.Romero:FSMT Database entry.Data to reference in future.Look up component drawings.Aided in solution to known problem.Update flight logsInputted location and hours for each aircraft.Manager of a retrofit.Participated in a weeklybriefing on status of retrofit.LampleyElectrical Wiring & Coaxial Cable DesignDeficiency ReportBlock 20 Global Hawk.Contains different payload for its unique mission.Block 10 Global Hawks parked on runway ready for missionGlobal Hawk Fast FactsConclusionsGlobal Hawk is a High Altitude Long Endurance (HALE) Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV).Currently deployed in support of the Global War On Terrorism.In October 2007, Air Force Global Hawks were used to monitor wildfires in Southern California.Conducts Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance missions.NASA’s Dryden Flight Research Center and Northrop Grumman have reached an agreement to use the Global Hawk in support of Earth Science Research.Learned Company valuesQ ualityC ustomerL eadershipI ntegrityP eopleS uppliers“Fill the Void”Ian ZiskinAcknowledgementsNorthrop Grumman, Vehicle Subsystems Engineering, Managers, and Operations Support Center