News Stories

2015 AE graduates
Aerospace Engineering at Illinois gains 132 new alumni with graduations from AY 2015.
AIAA logo
AE alumnus Dan Jensen is a new director on the AIAA Board.
Associate Prof. Timothy Bretl
Associate Prof. Tim Bretl is co-PI in developing an automated vision-based construction progress monitoring system.
self-destructing electornics
Self-destructive electronic devices possible through newly developed sustainable materials.
jet plane
Following a successful debut year, AE's online master's degree program looks to expand programming.
Talbot Laboratory
AE's outstanding students receive numerous honors for their work.
Robotic arm's gripper claw
An AE team competes in NASA's Maxi-Mav Challenge.
UIUC Research Park mowing
Soon-Jo Chung and other researchers work to map areas where GPS cannot go.
Talbot Laboratory
D. Christopher Raymond, Richard L. Hoch, and David A. Shaw honored as AE alumni.
GPS icon
Assistant Prof. Grace Gao's instruction on GPS has earned honors from Engineering at Illinois.
High-altitude balloon class
Prof. Vicki Coverstone's students experience the thrill of launching their projects with a high-altitude balloon.
Mike Bragg
Mike Bragg returns to Illinois to be feted by the College of Engineering
D. Christopher Raymond
Boeing VP D. Christopher Raymond illustrates his career in aerospace.
Illinois Space Day
Dan Regan returns to campus for Illinois Space Day to talk about life as an aerospace engineer.
Boeing IT Case Competition
AE grad student Derek Chen takes second in Boeing competition.
Prof. John Lambros
Prof. John Lambros' course creation and direction of AE's online master's degree earns campus accolades.
Assistant Prof. Marco Panesi
Assistant Prof. Marco Panesi and his group are honored for their work in modeling high-speed flight.
flight simulation
Jet engines, flight and orbit simulators, rockets and frozen marshmallows all were part of AE's 2015 EOH.
Cronus tool for Micro-g NExT competition
An ISS team is designing a tool for NASA astronauts to collect surface samples from asteroids.
H.S. Stillwell
NASA Chief Technologist David W. Miller encouraged students to get involved with NASA technology.


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