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- FXB Fellow Davoudi’s PhD research could enhance autonomous operation of urban delivery dronesThe highly coveted FXB Fellowship is given to exceptional Aerospace Engineering PhD students to support their research on the analysis and design of flight vehicles. Meet recent graduate and FXB Fellow Behdad Davoudi.
- Michigan alumnus Wu set to lead Taiwan’s space R&D effortsHis top priority is to design and manufacture Taiwan’s own satellites and rockets.
- The late Professor Luis Bernal receives the 2021 Silver Shaft AwardSigma Gamma Tau has named Luis Bernal, professor of Aerospace Engineering, as the recipient of the 2021 Silver Shaft Award.
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U-M Aerospace Engineering student team Michigan Vertical Flight Technology Team has been awarded 1st-place in the first round.
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Nilton Renno says dust storms on Mars would be a huge challenge for humans trying to live on Mars. Renno is a professor of climate and space sciences and engineering and professor of aerospace engineering.
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