Welcome to Aerospace Engineering
Congratulations to Michigan Aerospace Department Chair, Dr. Tony Waas, on being invited to the ASEB Board
Join us in congratulating Dr. Waas on this exciting new appointment.
$12.75M for reliable hypersonic engines and artificial photosynthesis
Michigan Aerospace professor Venkat Raman receives $7.5M to improve the reliability of engines that fly more than five times the speed of sound.
Mirko Gamba receives the Ted Kennedy Family Faculty Team Excellence Award for 2020-2021
The N95 Reprocessing Team has been chosen for their extraordinary research in response to the mask shortage at the start of the pandemic.
We are ready to welcome you back to campus! Our department shares our COVID Code of Conduct, Aero specific FAQ, and ways to stay healthy and safe campus-wide.Learn more »
Facts & Figures
The Department of Aerospace and the University of Michigan ranks highly in the nation for graduate according to the latest U.S. News & World Reports. Learn more facts and figures about Michigan Aerospace!Learn more »
Our Research Areas
The Aerospace engineering department endeavors to improve Aircraft, Spacecraft & Beyond by conducting cutting-edge research in: Gas Dynamics, Structures and Materials, Dynamics and Controls, and Space Systems.Learn more »
Our Undergrad Program
The University of Michigan offers an internationally-recognized undergraduate aerospace engineering program that ranks highly among public institutions in the nation by US News & World Report.Learn more »
Our Graduate Program
Our graduate students perform cutting edge research in areas related to air and space vehicles, vehicle systems and associated technologies.Learn more »