Aeronautics and Astronautics
Professor of aeronautics and astronautics honored for "pioneering contributions to computational fluid dynamics, particular to advances in the study of compressible flow over aircraft and the optimal design of air foils."
Last modified Wed, 6 May, 2015 at 13:58
Assistant professors Amin Arbabian, Michael Lepech, Marco Pavone, Manu Prakash and Sindy Tang awarded grants to help promising junior faculty pursue outstanding research while also improving education.
Five Stanford Engineering faculty members have received National Science Foundation Early Career Development (CAREER) awards for 2015. The CAREER program helps promising junior faculty pursue outstanding research while also improving education.
Last modified Thu, 2 Apr, 2015 at 16:16
Friday, March 13, 2015
Cubberly Auditorium, Stanford Map
Free and open to the public, refreshments
Last modified Thu, 5 Mar, 2015 at 14:56
Event will give researchers a forum to discuss experiments that have or could be done in a microgravity environment
A conference about the past, present and future of scientific research onboard the International Space Station; how academic & private industry researchers can get involved.
Last modified Thu, 19 Feb, 2015 at 10:47
Thomas Lee, Sanjay Lall, Boris Murmann and Christos Kozyrakis were recognized for their extraordinary achievements in engineering.
Thomas Lee, Sanjay Lall, Boris Murmann and Christos Kozyrakis, all members of the electrical engineering faculty at Stanford, have been named IEEE fellows in recognition of their extraordinary achievements in engineering.
Last modified Fri, 5 Dec, 2014 at 14:14
Spilker, a consulting professor at Stanford Engineering, was honored for "contributions to the technology and implementation of civilian GPS navigation systems."
Stanford Engineering alumnus James J. Spilker has been awarded the 2015 IEEE Edison Medal. Spilker, who received his BS, MS and Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Stanford, is executive chairman of AOSense Inc. and a consulting professor of aeronautics and astronautics at Stanford.
Last modified Thu, 4 Dec, 2014 at 15:43
International participants from academia, industry and government collaborate on projects at biennial summer program.
Since 1987 the Center for Turbulence Research at Stanford University has advanced our understanding of turbulent flows. Turbulence is the complex and chaotic state of fluid motion that we encounter every time we drive a car, hit a ball or fly in a plane.
Last modified Thu, 25 Sep, 2014 at 10:43
The 15th Biennial Summer Program of the Center for Turbulence Research brought international participants from academia, industry and government to Stanford University to collaborate on projects involving the complex and chaotic state of fluid motion we encounter every time we drive a car, hit a ball or fly in a plane.
Last modified Tue, 23 Sep, 2014 at 14:33
Unique engineering course draws students from across campus with its hands-on approach to creating pilotless aircraft.
Standing at the edge of an isolated field, Peter Blake dropped a few bits of dried grass to check the wind before giving the signal to launch the small, computer-controlled aircraft that he and seven other students built for a course at Stanford School of Engineering.
Last modified Fri, 15 Aug, 2014 at 16:39
New fuels, flight designs, safety techniques, space missions and supporting technologies are expected to emerge from the new Stanford Center of Excellence in Aeronautics and Astronautics.
New green propellants. Tiny aerial vehicles that fly like birds. Faster algorithms to simulate turbulence. The most precise positioning technology known to science.
These are among the projects that will be pursued by the King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST)/Stanford Center of Excellence in Aeronautics and Astronautics, a collaborative effort involving engineers from Stanford and scientists from KACST in Saudi Arabia.
Last modified Thu, 7 Aug, 2014 at 9:40