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Todd Humphreys Honored for GPS Work with ION Kepler Award

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Todd Humphreys has been honored with the 2023 Johannes Kepler Award from the Institute of Navigation “for sustained contributions to the art and science of navigation signal processing; and for increasing the public awareness of the vulnerability of GNSS.”

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To the Moon: New Research Aims to Establish Safe and Reliable Mission Operations Through Cislunar Space

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The University of Texas at Austin is collaborating with three other institutions to build the foundation for space operations to, from and throughout the Earth and moon neighborhood.

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Aerospace Engineering Undergraduate Program Ranks No. 9 in Nation

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The aerospace engineering undergraduate program in the Cockrell School of Engineering at The University of Texas at Austin has once again been named one of the nation’s top programs in the nation coming in at No 9, with Texas Engineering coming in as the 11th best undergraduate engineering program in the nation (No. 6 among public universities and No. 1 in Texas).

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ASE/EM Faculty Lead AFOSR Research Collaboration in Outer Space

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ASE/EM faculty at UT Austin are set to spearhead a groundbreaking research collaboration to advance the U.S. Air Force’s ability to understand and monitor activity in cislunar space.

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Space Tech Entrepreneurship

Introducing the new Space Tech Graduate Specialization for M.S. and Ph.D. students, which is open to all technical areas and comprised of topics in aerospace tech, with a solid foundation in business and entrepreneurship.

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Texas ASE/EM Newsletter: Fall 2023

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