AE Professor Iain Boyd discusses the future of Boeing’s 737 MAX aircraft on Knowledge@Wharton Podcast
Iain Boyd, AE Professor, joins Stuart Alex Craig, Assistant Professor of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Arizona to discuss the future of Boeing’s 737 MAX aircraft on Knowledge@Wharton Podcast.
Noah Furbush, Masters student in Space Engineering and member of the U-M football team, models the role of flying cars in sustainable mobility in new study
A Jetsons future? In a new study, Noah Furbush, Masters student in Space Engineering, UM AERO alumnus, and member of the U-M football team, models the role of flying cars in sustainable mobility.
How the auto industry is inspiring aviation innovation
AERO professor Ella Atkins explains that the future of both cars and aircrafts will rely on automation.
Why point-to-point rocket travel will take longer than you think
AERO professor Ella Atkins explains the hurdles of commercial space travel.
Black engineers convention to help push more minority students into jobs
Alec Gallimore, the Robert J. Vlasic Dean of Engineering, the Richard F. and Eleanor A. Towner Professor, an Arthur F. Thurnau Professor, and a professor both of aerospace engineering and of applied physics is quoted in the Detroit Free Press.
Wei Shyy presents prize at Leader of the Year Ceremony organized by Sing Tao News Corporation Limited
Wei Shyy, Former UM Aerospace Department Chair, presents at 25th annual Leader of the Year Award Presentation Ceremony organized by Sing Tao News Corporation Limited.
Goodyear unveils flying car tire concept that works on the ground and in the air
AERO professor Ella Atkins discusses the technical challenges of designing practical tires that could allow vehicles to take flight.
GE says it’s leveraging artificial intelligence to cut product design times in half
AERO professor Karthik Duraisamy discusses GE’s artificial intelligence implementation with Forbes.
After SpaceX’s historic Crew Dragon flight, Aerospace Prof. Iain Boyd speaks on the future of commercial astronautics/NASA
Iain Boyd, Aerospace James E. Knott Professor, discusses the benefits of private companies entering the space industry, allowing NASA to focus on core missions and scientific payloads. Prof. Boyd’s insight appeared on the Knowledge@Wharton Podcast.
NASA Mars Insight prelaunch briefing with Andy Klesh
Michigan Engineering alumnus Andy Klesh explains how the MarCO probes will deploy and function during their mission.