The ISU GoFly Team is creating a personal flying device!
ISU GoFly is a relatively new engineering club tasked with designing a personal flying device that is safe, compact, and sustainable. The goal is to create a personal flying device by the Spring of 2020.
Current Demonstrator Aircraft:
This Fall we’ve been working on refining our aircraft and designing a demonstrator (shown above) for testing purposes. It’s also cheaper & easier to start smaller before going full scale. In the Spring the demonstrator aircraft will be manufactured, tested, and flown.
About the Team:
ISU GoFly is currently divided into 4 Sub-Teams which consists of over 20 members from multiple STEM majors here at Iowa State. We are recruiting passionate & dedicated students! You will have the opportunity to gain hands on experience with a new and exciting engineering team. If interested in joining, please send an email to Iason Boznos: email@example.com
Project Director: Cole Jensen
Project Manager: Iason Boznos
Systems Lead: Trung Deo
Systems Team: Javier Torres, Devon Eberl, Caleb Gehris, Stefan Peng, Liam McAlister
Structures Lead: Aaron Mason
Structures Team: Gabriel Blandin, Benjamin Harvel, Brandon Zaragoza, Thomas Powell, Connor Trebac
Aerodynamics/Propulsion Lead: Open Position
Aero/Propulsion Team: Austin Beckhardt, Faisal Al-Masri, Emily Hufferd, John Dorn, William Seykora
Manufacturing/Operations Lead: David Lanciotti
Manufacturing/Ops Team: Kevin O’Donnell, Matt Schams
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