|Christopher Van Buiten, vice president of Sikorsky Innovations, gave the first-ever Loewy Lecture, entitled "Taking on the Toughest Challenges in Vertical Flight"|
The Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering is committed to exploring the field of aerospace engineering, wherever it takes us. In addition to our classroom, laboratory, and co-op experiences, the School sponsors a series of lectures that bring in top experts from industry, academia, and beyond. These are always free and open to any member of the campus community.
Join Us for One of These Exciting Lectures
The Brown Bag Lunch Series
When classes are in session, the AE Brown Bag Lunch Series offers select undergraduate and graduate students an opportunity to present their research before an audience that includes their peers -- and their faculty mentors. Each week, two students take turns at the podium, beginning promptly at noon in the Weber SST Building, Lecture Hall 1. No need to reserve a seat, but smart students start lining up at around 11:45 a.m. to get a good seat. If you want to present your research at one of these sessions, you must be approved by your research advisor.