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Cappelli earned all three of his degrees at the Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering
A student of Prof. Koki Ho, Lee was also selected for AAS's Molly K. Macauley Award in June
A panel organized by the Women of Aeronautics & Astronautics frankly discusses the reality of race issues
The ASDL student will present his next paper at AIAA's Sci-Tech in January 2021
The longtime professor and associate chair will serve on NASA's Technology, INnovation and Engineering Committee
Hart and his advisor, Prof. Julian Rimoli, co-authored a paper on the new code that was published in the journal Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering
Aerospace Engineering School undergraduate Michael Gamarnik leading the multidisciplinary team
The June test of the Wayfinder software was first-ever automated taxi, take-off, and landing
Jovel works alongside Prof. Mitchell Walker in the High Power Electric Propulsion Lab
Rogers and doctoral student Siavash Farzan have developed a massively open online course (MOOC) that includes a lab component
Professors Mitchell Walker and Adam Steinberg contributing to Institute's development of hypersonics
MISSION Mars team won "Best in Theme" and second place in "Best Overall"
"Direct Numerical Simulation of Multiscale Physics of Binary Droplet Collision" is Yang's fifth article in journal in 18 months
A student of Prof. Koki Ho, Lee will present his paper "Regional Constellations as Alternative Business Strategy: Overcoming Startups’ Challenges in the Space-based Communications Industry" at the AAS Symposium in July
The Bentonville, Arkansas native made critical contributions during his co-ops at GTRI
DiLeo's Multiphysics Mechanics of Materials Lab Collaborating with Colleagues from Georgia Tech and ETH-Zurich
The team received the Best Paper Award for their exploration of how combustion, fluid mechanics, and fuel system can drive instabilities in gas turbine combustors
New support for research and for developing new collaborations
Theodorou and UCBerkeley physics professor Mike DeWeese receive 5-year, $1.6 million grant from ARO

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