ASE/EM professor and ICES director J. Tinsley Oden has been a major player in the development and global acceptance of computational mechanics.
Investigating the hypersonic flow of gas molecules and dust particles as they spew hundreds of miles into the atmosphere of a distant moon has a group of UT aerospace engineers hooked on space exploration.
Graduate student Kelley Hutchins will have the opportunity to see her work incorporated into a flexible wing aircraft program at Edwards Air Force Base this coming year.
Maruthi Akella was selected to receive the prestigious Mechanics and Control of Flight (MCF) award from the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
Over a near 65-year-long career, Ivo Babuška has seen the field of computational engineering shift from slide rule operations to supercomputers doing the mathematical heavy lifting.
The Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics is currently seeking candidates for two vacancies, a tenure-track position in Control of Human-Robot Collaborative Systems and a tenured position with the Center for Space Research.Read more...
Professor Thomas J.R. Hughes delivered the inaugural Ted Belytschko Lecture at Northwestern University Nov. 25.Read more...
Todd Humphreys was interviewed by local news stations on Amazon's plans for drone delivery. He and his studnet Kyle Wesson also recenlty published an article in the Nov. issue of Scientific American.Read more...