Driven to work through the remaining hurdles of affordable fusion energy, Tom Jarboe has just about got us there.
As we couldn't gather together for the usual Capstone Poster Sessions, A&A debuts the Capstone Film Fest.
A&A capstone teams adjusted deliverables in the wake of closures of UW facilities and social distancing rules.
A&A alum Dan Klein draws on his controls training to model the transmission of COVID-19 in King County.
A&A's Ferrante and Yang are recognized for their influence on the professional development of their students.
A&A's James Koch figures out the mathematical model that explains the patterns in a rotating detonation engine.
The Husky 100 recognizes 100 UW students who are making the most of their time at the UW.
Advice for students on how to navigate the near-term engineering job market.
A&A's Owen Williams advises how to map the hydrodynamics of marine cross-flow turbines to advance cost-effective industry standards.
CoMotion highlights A&A fusion energy spinoff CTFusion as a champion of the environment.
Erik Hurlen joins A&A as an Associate Teaching Professor, starting in the fall quarter.
Robert Dougherty, who teaches Aircraft Noise in A&A, won the AIAA 2020 Aeroacoustics Award.
A&A Chair Kristi Morgansen celebrates Leonardo DaVinci's study of nature to inspire engineering.
Boeing's Kourosh Hadi is being honored for his contributions to the field of aeronautics and to the department.
A&A's JK Yang informs design, medicine and the future of space travel with a single sheet of folding paper.
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.