U-M is a member of a new $15M institute to improve physics-based modeling of advanced thrusters for human space exploration.
Testing advanced space engines here on Earth
Michigan on team selected for $15M NASA institute to investigate testing of advanced propulsion concepts
The NASA Space Technology Mission Directorate has selected the Joint Advanced Propulsion Institute (JANUS) to explore high power electric propulsion systems for human exploration. Michigan Aerospace alumnus Mitchell Walker of the Georgia Institute of Technology will be the principal investigator and director. U-M Assistant Professor Benjamin Jorns will serve as co-director.
Aerospace Engineering Assistant Professor Alex Gorodetsky awarded AFOSR Young Investigator Program grant for computational algorithms for autonomous systems
Congratulations to Aerospace Assistant Professor Gorodetsky, who has been awarded a three-year contract to develop computational frameworks for smart autonomous aerial systems
Welcome to Aerospace Engineering, Assistant Professor Alex Gorodetsky
UM Aerospace alumnus Alex Gorodetsky returns as assistant professor