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What I use Linkedin for:
Promote Aerospace Industry
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Who am I:
I founded Stardust Technologies in 2014 with the mission to empower the space industry through innovations in technologies, science, with the goal of making space more accessible to humanity.
What I do:
Through this we established multiple international innovation projects with universities such as York University, the University of Technology Sidney, Lakehead University, and Western University.
Through Stardust Technologies, we has also formed many partnerships such as ispace, Lockheed Martin, EXPLOR, Blue Abyss, Habitat Marte to name a few. Most recently Jason Michaud has worked in collaboration with the Canadian Space Agency and the National Research Council of Canada on the EDEN project creating solutions for mental health of astronauts utilizing virtual reality, neural systems, haptics feedback in Lunar, Martian, and Micro gravity environments.
I serve as a Director at the Habitat Marte, in Brazil to further enhance its international collaborations and expand its capabilities. Jason Michaud most recently established an international collaboration with Ispace, EXPLOR, and UTS, to develop a Lunar Resources Extraction Rover with Haptic Robotic Arm and Mixed Reality (XR). The purpose of this rover is to land on the south pole of the moon and be active for more then one lunar day to collect samples of hydrogen and for future space resources extractions.
I am also a guest lecture at the University of Concordia and is very active in inspiring the youth in stem education.
Why you should follow me on Linkedin:
I am passionate about learning everyones journey in the space industry, and discuss with like minded people about making space accessible for everyone.
Who I follow on Linkedin
I follow thousands of leaders in the aerospace industry that are like minded snd change driven so that we can collaborate together to be the wave of change of the future.
Jason’s Favorite Post
“I am most excited about this story that was recent as it opens up a world of possibilities to the indigenous youth of our communities through new ways to get them into the aerospace industry” – Jason