Dean and Aerospace Engineering professor Gallimore left a legacy in Aero and beyond
The U-M career of Dean Alec Gallimore: Saying goodbye to a friend
The latest episode of Michigan Aerospace’s podcast discusses sustainable aviation at U-M
The first Podcast for the Michigan Initiative for Sustainable Aviation
Carlos Cesnik appointed Aerospace Engineering Chair
Cesnik to lead Aerospace Engineering at U-M
Vending Machines in Space
Building a cargo recovery system for the Lunar Gateway space station on the moon
The University of Michigan researchers are part of Toyota Research Institute’s $100M renewed university partnership program
Kolmanovsky’s research featured in partnership announcement.
Faculty Profile: Anthony M. Waas
A look into Aerospace’s Department Chair’s research.
Landing on the Far Side of the Moon
Are there earthquakes on the moon? Researchers at the College of Engineering can soon let you know.
U-M Faculty Receive Award to build AI-driven Scientific Computing Resource
Congratulations to Venkat Raman, Alex Gorodetsky and Aaron Towne for receiving the DURIP award
Opinion: Invest In Technology To Make Deep Space Travel Feasible
Professor Ben Jorns was featured in Aviation Week on the challenges facing space exploration and the need for innovation
Kolmanovsky acknowledged for research excellence and outstanding performance
Aero Professor Ilya Kolmanovsky was honored with two awards: the College of Engineering George Huebner Award for Research Excellence and the Aerospace Department Outstanding Performance Award
New Michigan Initiative for Sustainable Aviation gathers experts to pursue sustainability solutions
A collaborative consortium addresses environmental challenges facing the aviation industry
New book on Structural Dynamics from Peretz Friedmann
U-M professor authors new book with colleagues from Penn State
Aaron Johnson receives NSF grant
Funding supports the development and study of macroethics curricula in aerospace engineering
Plasma thrusters used on satellites could be much more powerful
It was believed that running more propellant through a Hall thruster would wreck its efficiency, but new experiments suggest they might power a crewed mission to Mars.
University of Michigan’s Plasmadynamics and Electric Propulsion Laboratory and NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory share 2022 AIAA Electric Propulsion Best Paper Award
The lab has won this award five times in the last six years
Duraisamy to lead Michigan Institute for Computational Discovery and Engineering
By Eric Shaw
Office of the Vice President for Research