Remembering Nathan Precup (‘18)
We are saddened to announce the passing of alumnus and former KWT staff Nathan Precup.
Morgansen talks to KIRO7 on Artemis
Kristi Morgansen talks with KIRO7 on Artemis’s potential for groundbreaking research that could get us to Mars.
Amazon’s new drone tested in KWT
Amazon unveils its newest delivery drone, the MK30, after testing in A&A’s Kirsten Wind Tunnel.
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Guggenheim Hall (GUG) - 211D
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Alder Hall - Alder Hall Auditorium - Alder Hall, 1315 NE Campus Pkwy, Seattle, WA 98105
12:00 am - 12:00 am
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
A&A alum and NSF research fellow
Carter Vu (A&A ‘22) enrolled at the UW at age 14. Finding his passion in aerospace, he jumped into research as diverse as space launch and rocket propulsion to high-energy particle physics and topology. He was the UW’s 2020 and 2021 Astronaut Scholar, served as the student president of Washington NASA Space Grant, and earned the grand prize of the 2022 Alaska Airlines Environmental Innovation Challenge! He is now off to graduate school armed with a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship (NSF GRFP).
Carter Vu awarded NSF GRFP
The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded Carter Vu (A&A ‘22) a three-year fellowship through the National Graduate Research Fellowship Program. This fellowship covers his full tuition for his graduate program in computational hypersonics at the University of Minnesota plus a $34,000 annual stipend.Read more