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SEDS U-M travels to Cape Canaveral for SpaceVision Conference

This past week, ten delegates from UM SEDS traveled to Cape Canaveral, Florida for the SpaceVision Conference, meeting astronauts, learning from industry leaders and panels and engaging with hundreds of students from across the country. |Medium Read
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Celebrating diversity: U-M alum and NASA Glenn researcher receives HENAAC Most Promising Hispanic Engineer Award

Alum Dr. Evan Pineda has received the HENAAC Most Promising Hispanic Engineer Award for his exemplary technical contributions, leadership and community service involvement at NASA Glenn Research Center. |Medium Read
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Aero pioneers: Computers in control

Many faculty were pioneers in the field, helping to lay the groundwork for areas such as control theory, wireless communication and traffic management.|Medium Read
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Winners of the Aerospace Engineering Centennial Scholarship announced

Seven exceptional Aerospace Engineering undergraduates have been named winners of the Aerospace Engineering Centennial Scholarship. |Medium Read
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Distinguished U-M Aero alum and NASA technologist Dr. Meng-Sing Liou passes

U-M Aerospace alum Dr. Meng-Sing Liou (MSAE ’75, Ph.D. ’77) passed on September 29, 2017. Dr. Meng-Sing Liou was a trailblazer in the field of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD).|Short Read
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General Atomics sponsors M-Fly student team

On October 13, General Atomics gifted a donation of $3000 to the M-Fly student team. |Short Read
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U-M Aero postdoc Dr. Mohammad Malakooti receives Outstanding Fellow Award

Malakooti’s research is focused on the additive manufacturing of piezoelectric materials and the development of advanced multifunctional composites. |Short Read

Thruster for Mars mission breaks records

The most powerful Hall thruster the world has ever seen showed its mettle at NASA Glenn |Medium Read
Solar car racing on road in Australia.

Record-breaking second place for Solar Car Team

The national champions celebrate the most successful world race finish in team history.|Medium Read
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Blue through the Outback | Race, day four

Racing clean and collected, Michigan holds on to second place with the finish line on the horizon|Medium Read

Our panel of solar supporters | Race, day three

The Michigan car ended the day in one of the best positions in team history, and the family, friends and alumni riding along are doing more than just cheering. |Medium Read

Cloudy with a chance of machine learning | Race, day two

The top four teams are in a tight battle with each other, and the elements|Medium Read