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Aerospace Engineering congratulates Dr. Sanjay Correa, recipient of the 2019 Aerospace Engineering Merit Alumni Award

We congratulate Dr. Sanjay Correa, an industry leader in engines and combustion who contributed over 30 years of innovation to GE Aviation|Short Read

In Memoriam Emeritus Professor Elmer G. Gilbert

ELMER GRANT GILBERT (1930-2019)|Short Read
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Professor Daniel Inman gives plenary lectures in France and China

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Aerospace Engineering welcomes Mr. George F. Halow, Professor of Practice

We welcome Mr. George F. Halow, a longstanding leader at Ford Motor Company to his role of Professor of Practice at UM Aerospace|Short Read
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PhD students win 1st and 2nd place in AIAA Aviation’s MDO Student Paper Competition

Congratulations to Anil Yildirim and Sicheng He, PhD students in the MDO Lab who won 1st and 2nd place in AIAA Aviation’s MDO Student Paper Competition!|Short Read
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Aerospace faculty receives NSF grant for UAS traffic research

Congratulations to research faculty member Dr. Hossein Rastgoftar and Prof. Ella Atkins on their new NSF grant!|Short Read
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Commercial supersonic aircraft could return to the skies

Don’t call it a comeback.|Short Read
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MASA wins first place in Phase One of Base 11 Space Challenge

Congratulations to MASA, winner of the Best Preliminary Design award in Phase One of the Base 11 Space Challenge! |Short Read
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MXL sends twin CubeSats on Falcon Heavy’s third launch

The Tandem Beacon Experiment (TBEx), a twin pair of CubeSats will accompany other research payloads in the June 24th night launch.|Short Read
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MRacing Wins 4th Place Overall at Formula SAE Michigan

The University of Michigan’s Formula SAE team takes home 4th overall at Michigan International Speedway|Short Read
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Why is the Pentagon interested in UFOs?

During a military mission, whether in peace or in war, the inability to identify an object within an area of operation represents a significant problem.|Short Read
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Aerospace Professor Iain Boyd wins 2018 AIAA Thermophysics Best Paper award

Congratulations to Aerospace Professor Iain Boyd, winner of the 2018 AIAA Thermophysics Best Paper Award!|Short Read