News Stories

Equipped with a vision to develop aircraft that mimic the autonomy and agility of bats, Soon-Jo Chung begins this fall semester as a new...
AE graduate student Jacob A. Englander has been chosen for a National Aeronautics and Space Administration fellowship for his work on...
A group of AE researchers has earned the Best Paper Award from a major continuum mechanics conference held in February in Cambridge, the...
AE Professor Philippe Geubelle has been named a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).
AE has recognized several of the Department’s undergraduate and graduate students with awards for their scholastic achievement and other...
AE students Joseph Gonzalez and Michael J. Ciffone are the winners of the College of Engineering’s 2009 Andrea J. Culumber and Stanley H....
AE Associate Prof. Ioannis Chasiotis is among 100 young researchers named as recipients of 2008 Presidential Early Career Awards for...
AE Prof. Philippe Geubelle presents Barb Kirts, Coordinator of Undergraduate Programs, with the inaugural AE Staff of the Year Award.
A lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Air Force, AE alum Michael S. Hopkins has been selected as a member of the National Aeronautics and Space...
Stephen J. Hoffman, BS 78, MS 80, PhD 84, and Catherine Koerner, BS 87, MS 89, are the 2009 winners of the Aerospace Engineering...
AE alumnus Wayne W. Neumaier, BS 07, MS 08, has been instrumental in the testing of the Lunar Lander Test Bed (LLTB) that will be used to...
Both the electronic components of your cell phone and the explosive portions of military weaponry could be better protected by the smarter...
AE Alumnus Earl H. Dowell, William Holland Hall Professor at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, is the 2008 recipient of the Daniel...
AE Alumnus Scott Altman, BS 81, commanded the May 2009 space shuttle Atlantis’ mission to service the Hubble Space Telescope.
Santa Claus made an early appearance in a photo AE Prof. Eric Loth’s research group produced recently. The photo won second place among 50...
Pictured: AE alumnus Lee Archambault and President Barack Obama. Click link above to see the full photo with other NASA crew members.
SongAlive, a company formed in part by AE graduate student Adam Steele, has won First Prize for being the Most Fundable Venture in the 2009...
Although he will no longer be teaching in the classroom, Rod Burton will continue with research. His smiling face will still be seen for...
A multi-disciplinary group of University of Illinois Urbana campus researchers including AE Affiliate Prof. Nancy R. Sottos and AE Prof....
The AE Department’s student chapter of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics hosted the AIAA Student Regional Conference...

 

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