ASE Building Virtual Visit

In late 2018, the department moved into the newly renovated Aerospace Engineering Building. Features include updated and expanded research laboratories, including a state-of-the-art space object visualization lab, updated autonomous UAV and human-centered robotics labs, and collaboration zones for students and faculty. The main entrance features the McKnight Student Center — a well-lit open study space on the first floor of the building with a collaborative learning area, computer lab and student conference room. Improved undergraduate design and teaching labs also provide students with more experiential learning opportunities.

Quick Facts

  • Located at Wichita and 27th streets
  • Opened in 2002, renovated in 2019
  • 86,000 gross square feet

Building Highlights

  • Collaboration zones for students and faculty
  • Space object visualization lab
  • New autonomous UAV and human-centered robotics labs
  • Boeing Aircraft Systems and Integration Lab
  • Texas Spacecraft Laboratory
  • New wind tunnel
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