Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative funding examines a new generation of propulsion systems based on sustained detonations
Raman awarded DoD MURI funding for detonations research
Our vision for the future of Aerospace Engineering
U-M Aerospace’s Strategic Plan
Haughn published in the Journal of Intelligent and Robotic Systems
Ph.D. Candidate first authors new journal paper
Aaditya Lakshmanan awarded Robert M. Caddell Memorial Award for Research
Award goes to PhD students in Aero and ME for their interdisciplinary collaborative research
Jose Luiz Vargas De Mendonca wins U-M STEM Research Career Award
Brazilian U-M student’s research honored for undergraduate achievements
A glimpse behind the curtain at NASA with Mike Hess
Aero alum and Deputy for Safety at NASA talks about partnerships, working in space exploration, and flying across town for lunch
Morphable Aerial Drones: Building Simulators and Hardware
University of Michigan researcher Vasileios Tzoumas is using his aerospace engineering and science expertise to mentor students from Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program to develop the next generation of drone technology.
Karthik Duraisamy succeeds Ken Powell as head of the Ph.D. in Scientific Computing program
After years of service, Powell steps down and Duraisamy becomes the new program director.
Avian secret: The key to agile bird flight is switching quickly between stable and unstable gliding
The finding could have implications for future agile autonomous aerial vehicles.
Anthony Waas gives 2022 Dryden Research Lecture￼
Aerospace chair gives prestigious AIAA Lecture at the 2022 SciTech Forum
Henry Sodano Named 2022 SPIE Fellow
Professor Sodano honored for smart materials research and SPIE contributions
Breeden awarded prestigious FXB Fellowship
PhD student in safety-critical controls for space systems is awarded one of Aerospace’s most prestigious fellowships.
Opinion: Future aerospace enterprises will demand more advanced modeling and simulation
U-M Aerospace Engineering Professor Venkat Raman advocates for more versatile and powerful modeling tools to meet computational demands of next-generation aircraft design.
Jorns’ predictive Hall thruster model research receives Best Paper award
The data-driven approach to developing better predictive models will result in faster and higher-fidelity engineering models for advanced rocket propulsion systems.
Apollo 15 at 50: A celebration of the all-Michigan crew’s mission and the future of space exploration
July 30 virtual event highlights future lunar and deep space missions, the technologies to get there, and U-M’s research contributions to space exploration.
Bird-like wings could help drones keep stable in gusts
“3D morphing” wings could help small aircraft safely navigate windy urban streets and land with shorter approaches.