General Education Requirements | Aerospace Engineering | UIUC
One course from the approved list of Cultural Studies: Western/Comparative Culture(s) Note that courses can be chosen to satisfy two requirements. For example, if a …
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5-year BS-MS Program | Aerospace Engineering | UIUC
Posted: (52 years ago) This program is competitive and admission is based on overall academic performance, letters of recommendation, and statement of purpose. The GRE is not required. Students provisionally admitted to the program: 1. must maintain an overall GPA of 3.0 through completion of the B.S. component of the program in order to remain in the program 2. must maintain a technical GPA of 3.4 through completion of the B.S. component of the program. 3. may register for graduate courses and earn graduate hour credits, with app…
MS/MEng Degree Program | Aerospace Engineering | UIUC
Posted: (52 years ago) All graduate students must maintain a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of at least 3.0 to continue in the AE Graduate Program. The cumulative GPA is computed on all courses taken for credit ex...All graduate students must register in the seminar course AE 590 and must attend all seminars each semester while they are on campus.MS students are expected to select courses in consultation with an MS advisor.
Pre-College Education Program – Teacher Training Program
Posted: (52 years ago) Participation in this program is limited to faculty or staff (professorial and research) at an ISGC affiliate: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois Institute of Technology, Adler Planetarium, Discovery Center Museum, DePaul University, Northwestern University, The University of Chicago, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago State University, Northern Illinois University, Bradley University, and City Colleges of Chicago. Member institutions (and individuals) are not limited to one proposal.
Aerospace Systems Design and Simulation | Aerospace ...
Posted: (52 years ago) Modern aerospace systems are becoming increasingly complex and interconnected, while still being expected to meet stringent performance, reliability, and safety requirements. Examples include commercial aircraft, UAVs, transportation systems, and supply chains. We rely on these systems for common everyday tasks, in addition to missions of national and global importance. Designing such complex systems requires a holistic approach, starting from conceptual design through mission design, operations analysis, and sustainment. T…
Computational Fluid Dynamics | Aerospace Engineering | UIUC
Posted: (52 years ago) Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is the numerical study of steady and unsteady fluid motion. The aerodynamic performance of flight vehicles is of critical concern to airframe manufacturers, just as is the propulsive performance of aircraft power plants, including those that are propeller-, gas turbine-, rocket, and electric driven. CFD is used throughout the design process, from conceptual-to-detailed, to inform initial concepts and refine advanced concepts. CFD is also used to lessen the amount of physical testing that must …
Andres Goza | Aerospace Engineering | UIUC
Posted: (52 years ago) Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, California Institute of Technology, 2018, Thesis title: "Numerical methods for fluid-structure interaction, and their application to flag flapping", Thesis advisor: Ti...M.S. Mechanical Engineering, California Institute of Technology, 2013B.S. Mechanical Engineering (Minor in Computational and Applied Mathematics), Rice University, 2011
Teaching Assistantships | Aerospace Engineering | UIUC
Posted: (52 years ago) All AE PhD students are required to provide service to the University by holding a teaching assistantship (TA) of at least 25% in any Department while a graduate student in AE. Normally, PhD students will be a TA in the AE Department; however, TA positions in TAM, MechSE, CS, etc., also satisfy the requirement. Further, TA positions held by the student before he/she/they entered the AE PhD program, such as while working towards an AE MS or AE MEng degree, satisfy the requirement. TA positions held by the student when he/she/they was not an A…
Robyn Woollands | Aerospace Engineering | UIUC
Posted: (52 years ago) PhD Aerospace Engineering, Texas A&M University, 2016MS Aerospace Engineering, University of Minnesota, 2010MS Astronomy, University of Canterbury, New Zealand, 2008Graduate Certificate Antarctic Studies, University of Canterbury, NewZealand, 2008