Anil Yildirim receives AIAA Air Breathing Propulsion Graduate Award and Best Student Paper in MDO at AIAA Aviation Forum
Aerospace engineering grad student wins awards for aeropropulsive design optimization research advances
Michigan professor’s new textbook advances design optimization field
Joaquim Martins’ Engineering Design Optimization book to educate students in how design optimization can replace conventional iterative design processes.
Opinion: How To Achieve Diverse And Inclusive Advanced Air Mobility
University of Michigan Aerospace Professor Ella Atkins proposes migration to autonomous cloud-based data management systems capable of coordinating flight plans as the solution to implementing AAM safely.
Joaquim Martins pioneers high-fidelity simulations that bring together multiple disciplines. Recently incorporated into NASA’s open-source software, and being considered for adoption by aircraft manufacturers, the approach has the potential to change the game in aircraft design and other engineering systems.
Air Serv and University of Michigan Partner to Improve Aerial Support in Humanitarian Aid
This is the first collaboration for Air Serv International, one of the world’s leading aviation service providers for humanitarian missions, and the University of Michigan’s Aerospace department, the fourth ranked undergraduate aerospace engineering program in the country.
U-M Aerospace Engineering Alumnus Mitchell Walker Awarded the AIAA 2021 Sustained Service Award
Congratulations Mitchell Walker on receiving the 2021 Sustained Service Award from the AIAA for his lasting contributions to the AIAA and the aerospace industry.
Professor Cesnik selected to participate in NASA’s University Leadership Initiative to advance hypersonic flight
U-M Aerospace congratulates Professor Cesnik on being selected to work for NASA’s University Leadership Initiative.
The future of autonomous aircraft
Catch up with Professor Ella Atkins, the director of U-M’s Autonomous Aerospace Systems (A2SYS) Lab, and hear from her about autonomous flight systems and its implications.
Caleb Van Beck awarded 2020 NDSEG Fellowship
U-M Aerospace PhD candidate Caleb Van Beck was awarded the 2020 National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate Fellowship under the US Air Force Office of Scientific Research for developing cutting-edge propulsion devices.
Dr. Venkat Raman on the Rotating Detonation Engine, the frightening-sounding technology of tomorrow
Rotating Detonation Engine (RDE) is about the scariest name a technology can have, but it also has the promise of overcoming one of the great problems of modern aerospace engineering. Conventional propulsion systems for aircraft, missiles, and rockets are all very close to their theoretical limits, with very little wiggle room left for getting much […]
Professor Cesnik receives Vertical Flight Society’s Technical Fellow Award
Michigan Aerospace congratulates Professor Carlos Cesnik on receiving the Technical Fellow Award from the Vertical Flight Society
Aerospace Professor Dan Inman receives a National Science Foundation grant for development of avian inspired morphing aircraft
Aerospace Professor Dan Inman receives a National Science Foundation grant to continue his research into avian inspired morphing aircraft.
Collins Aerospace VP, Juan deBedout Speaks to Aerospace Undergraduates
Dr. Juan de Bedout, Vice President of Advanced Technology at United Technologies Collins Aerospace, spoke to Aerospace Undergraduates about the design challenges of commercial aviation.
Women in Aeronautics and Astronautics host Dawn Seymour Women in Aerospace Conference
Women in Aeronautics and Astronautics encourages diversity and disruptive thinking in the aerospace industry at the Dawn Seymour Women in Aerospace Conference
FXB Fellowships awarded to Anil Yildirim and Christina Harvey
Congratulations to Anil Yildirim and Christina Harvey on being awarded the FXB fellowship!
Rewriting the rules for supercomputers
Machine learning will teach the world’s fastest machines to work smarter, not harder.