Rouleau ‘11 Working on Disaster Management Technology

 From the moment he arrived at the University of Colorado Boulder, Colden Rouleau wanted to make a difference in aerospace engineering technology. He didn’t have to wait long.

Rouleau, a first-year PhD student in CU-Boulder’s Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences (AES), is one of over 40 students who helped design and build the Miniature X-ray Solar Spectrometer (MinXSS), a tiny cube satellite measuring roughly the size of a loaf of bread and weighing about as much as a gallon of milk. Read more about Colden and his team’s research here.  


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