Researchers show us what we gain by applying optimization algorithms to the iconic mission.
A&A researchers have developed a solution to help reduce impact forces, harvest energy for electronics, and more.
Professor Uri Shumlak advises Kerbal Space Program 2, a video game grounded in orbital physics for interstellar travel.
A&A's Danny Roberts curates part of an exhibit to change the narrative of homelessness with "Real Change."
The Jones + Foster Accelerator has helped engineering students propel their startups toward a sustainable future.
A&A's Jaspreet Kaur Sidhu and Sarah Li received Outstanding Female Awards by the UW Society of Women Engineers.
NASA picks A&A's CubeSat for the CubeSat Launch Initiative, providing preparation services and a ride into space.
Popular Mechanics delves into James Koch's mathematical breakthrough explaining the behavior of a rotating detonation engine.
Ph.D. student James Koch's research on rotating detonation engines may aid in building cheaper, lighter spacecraft.
ECE's James Rosenthal and A&A's Charlie Kelly unpack attention-grabbing science headlines with levity in an engaging podcast.
A&A Professor Dana Dabiri and 2019 alum Charles Pecora published a new book "Particle Tracking Velocimetry."
A&A's Chun-Wei Chen contains energy for better structures, smoother rides, and higher efficiency.
A&A Chair Kristi Morgansen quoted in Seattle Times on the opportunity for the UW with new federal space activities.
A&A professor Justin Little won an award from the Air Force to apply data science methods to plasma physics.
Açıkmeşe won the IEEE's Control Systems Society's 2019 Technical Excellence Award in Aerospace Control.
A&A Chair Kristi Morgansen is quoted on the growing satellite activity in the Seattle area and the corresponding challenge of space debris.
UW Hyperloop has a new goal: get more kids excited about engineering.
First UW Space Symposium keynote speaker Kevin Chilton wades into debate over mega-constellations.
Co-Directors Kristi Morgansen and Saadia Pekkanen explain the need for the Space Policy and Research Center and the unique advantage the UW provides.
A research team spanning three universities led by A&A professor Behçet Açıkmeşe received a total of $1.2 million from the NSF.
A&A's Professor Dana Dabiri is co-hosting the 72nd Annual Meeting of the American Physical Society's Division of Fluid Dynamics in Seattle.
Associate professor Jinkyu Yang and a team of researchers have received a two-year, $1.7 million National Science Foundation grant to study coral growth.
A fellowship brought Mohammad Al Jarrah to A&A after a difficult decision to leave the Royal Jordanian Air Force.
A&A alumna Luella Mae Armstrong (class of 1951) won the Pathfinder Award in Engineering from the Museum of Flight.