In the News Friday, February 16, 2018

Researchers develop computational tool predicting performance of long, narrow wings

Are longer, more flexible wings like these the way of the future for commercial transport aircraft?

In the News Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Dr. Alec Gallimore Named to ANSYS Board of Directors

ANSYS, Inc. (NASDAQ:ANSS) today announced that Dr. Alec Gallimore has accepted an appointment to the ANSYS Board of Directors effective December 18, 2017.

Detroit Free Press Thursday, December 14, 2017

A small-town Michigan girl, told she wouldn’t succeed, defies odds to run Lincoln China

Amy Marentic, AERO alum, is the president of Lincoln China.

In the News Tuesday, December 5, 2017

Electric rockets power bigger share

The development of the thruster was led by Robert J. Vlasic Dean of Engineering and AERO professor Alec D. Gallimore. Aerospace America reports.

In the News Monday, November 20, 2017

How India can get autonomous cars—despite crazy drivers, jaywalkers, and cows

Alec D. Gallimore, Robert J. Vlasic Dean of Engineering, is quoted. Quartz India reports.

Business Insider Tuesday, November 7, 2017

University of Michigan partners with Cavium on Big Data computing platform for UM Researchers

Cavium™, Inc. (NASDAQ: CAVM), a leading provider of semiconductor products that enable secure and intelligent processing for enterprise, data center, wired and wireless networking and the University of Michigan today announced a new partnership that will position U-M as a leader in data-intensive scientific research by creating a powerful Big Data computing cluster using dual socket servers powered by Cavium’s ThunderX® ARMv8-A workload optimized processors.

Huffington Post Friday, November 3, 2017

NASA’s ion engine for Mars has made a big leap

Alec D. Gallimore, Robert J Vlasic Dean of Engineering and AERO professor, is quoted.

Popular Mechanics Thursday, October 26, 2017

‘Mars engine’ shatters records for ion propulsion

Alec D. Gallimore, Robert J Vlasic Dean of Engineering, is quoted.

In the News Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Will passengers ever fly on pilotless planes?

The technology is progressing quickly, but the main challenge may be overcoming our fears.

Engadget Thursday, October 19, 2017

The robots that will sweep Earth’s skies

In 2011, Michigan Engineering and Raytheon BBN Technologies teamed up to devise the Space Debris Elimination (SPaDE) system.