we push the boundaries of aerospace engineering
The Department of Aerospace Engineering has world-renowned research centers, a rich and dynamic undergraduate and graduate curricula spanning fundamental and contemporary aerospace topics, and an esteemed faculty at the forefront of the field.
Research at Michigan impacts every area of flight, focusing on aerodynamics and propulsion; autonomous systems and control; structures and materials; space systems, and computation. Our approach to research is often multidisciplinary, and research groups work with colleagues from across Michigan Engineering, such as Robotics, CLaSP and EECS.
The Michigan Robotics project is led by Ella Atkins, professor of aerospace engineering and director of the Autonomous Aerospace Systems (A2Sys) Lab
MICHIGAN AEROSPACE NEWS
Ph.D. Student Will Hurley Awarded NASA Space Technology Graduate Research Fellowship
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Carlos Cesnik appointed Aerospace Engineering Chair
Vending Machines in Space
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We provide a vibrant environment of intellectual challenge and excitement that is at the same time collegial and conducive to higher learning.