2022-2026 A&A Strategic Plan
Learn about our vision and goals for holistic education, research and community and our commitment to justice, equity, diversity and inclusion.Read more
A&A remembers Bob Sandusky (MS ‘71)
The Chief Engineer of the Northrop-McDonnell Douglas “Black Widow II” advanced tactical fighter died in January.
Açıkmeşe elected AIAA Fellow
Behçet Açıkmeşe will be formally inducted into the AIAA Fellows later this year.
Students speak with NASA astronaut
Lummi Nation students spoke with ISS astronaut Josh Cassada about their experiment in a live chat event at the UW.
A&A JEDI Dialogue
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Aerospace And Engineering Research Building (AER) - 130
A&A Distinguished Speaker Seminar with Jonathan Freund on Exascale-Enabled Scramjet Design
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Student Union Building (HUB) - 145
A&A Faculty Meeting
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Guggenheim Hall (GUG) - 211D
A&A Distinguished Speaker Seminar with Hamsa Balakrishnan
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Student Union Building (HUB) - 340
We address key challenges to achieve off-planet activities that require vast increases in current technology to operate long-term in space and support biological life.Read more
We are working toward stable fusion reactions for future applications in energy and deep space propulsion.Read more
INTEGRATED FLIGHT SCIENCES & CONTROL
We research composite materials, flexible structures, load alleviation, hypersonics and more to understand comprehensive flight systems.Read more
We research fluids to boost aero- and hydro-dynamic efficiency for energy savings and higher stability.Read more
We develop structures and composites that are stronger, lighter, and adaptable for efficiency and safety.Read more
We refine guidance, navigation, and control of unmanned systems as well as optimization of networked systems.Read more
DESIGN BUILD FLY CHARTS A NEW COURSE
Expanded membership and a reimagined organizational structure delivered a successful plane and groundwork for more.Read more
A&A alum and Condit Dissertation fellow
Sarah is a researcher in the Autonomous Controls Lab, she works on predicting and regulating the system-level behavior of competing autonomous agents. We can apply her research to lower earth orbit satellite networks, UAV swarms, or upcoming delivery vehicles on our roads. By modeling these systems as dynamic games, Sarah's research proposes methods to design optimal incentives for individual agents to make decisions that benefit the entire system.
Sarah Li awarded Condit Fellowship
Sarah Li was chosen as the 2022 Condit Dissertation Year Fellow, which is awarded to an A&A doctoral student to support early-career scholars in the aerospace field.Read more