Eight A&A faculty members have been recognized by the 1st annual FACET awards program.
A&A looks forward to continued collaboration with Professor Christopher Lum after his transition to Boeing.
A&A students won first in master's, first in team, and third in undergraduate at the AIAA Region VI Conference.
Professor Kristi Morgansen has accepted the position of Chair of the Aeronautics & Astronautics Department. Says College of Engineering Dean Mike Bragg, "Her experience and dedication to the mission and excellence of A&A will serve the department and college well."
Research on sync and the structure of networks by the RAIN Lab, led by Mehran Mesbahi, was published in Science.
LA Times quotes Interim Chair Morgansen about the competition to provide broadband internet through networks of small satellites.
A&A has partnered with JCATI and aerospace company Chomorat to advance composites research and bring hands-on experience to students.
Alum Maggie Wintermute is profiled for her work at Honeywell Aerospace and her A&A training and looks to the future of aviation.
A&A students in Boeing's AerosPACE capstone program designed, built, and flew drones in a multi-university effort.
Rao Varanasi will accept his Distinguished Alum award at the 2019 A&A graduation, where he will also serve as graduation speaker.
A&A's FuZE Lab has developed a smaller, cheaper method for thermonuclear fusion using a Z-pinch to compress flowing plasma.
A&A's Gustavo Fujiwara has been awarded a prestigious Phi Kappa Phi dissertation fellowship.
After a six-month internship at SpaceX, John Buffalo has returned to win a second Mary Gates Scholarship.
A&A congratulates alum Alexis Harroun for her selection into Aviation Week’s prestigious 20 Twenties list for 2019.
A&A grad students Charlie Kelly and Taylor Reynolds have founded a new CubeSat team to advance department research.
A&A’s Cat Hannahs will be at SpaceX this summer as a vehicle engineering intern through a Brooke Owens Fellowship.
A&A was awarded grants from the United States Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Fusion Energy Sciences.
A&A’s Rob Grover explains experiencing the landing of the Mars InSight probe after six years of preparations.
A&A says farewell to Professor Ray Golingo as he transitions to Montreal-based start-up Fuse to advance fusion energy experimentation.
A&A Australia, a summer program led by Professor JK Yang and supported by LSAMP, fuses art and STEM into structures and composites research and opens up new pathways for UW students who didn’t expect to be able to study abroad.
A&A Interim Chair Kristi Morgansen comments on the potential and challenges of a new hybrid aircraft.
A&A honors Laura McGill (BSAA ’83) with the 2018 Distinguished Alum Award. McGill has been a trailblazer throughout her career in the aeronautics industry.
UW SARP's chief engineer, A&A's Jess Grant, relates what it takes to compete, and win, in the Spaceport America Cup.
A&A welcomes Justin Little, whose research focuses on the intersection of electric propulsion and plasma physics.
One of A&A’s newest clubs is reaching out to elementary and middle school girls to show them examples of women engineers.