News Stories

A young George Carruthers with the far-ultraviolet camera and spectrograph
George R. Carruthers will receive Illinois' Alumni Achievement Award at Commencement.
Robotic bird perching on a human hand.
Projects such as this are among Soon-Jo Chung's research work.
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Michael Hopkins' travels take him from the Space Station to Commencement.
AE Prof. Scott White
AE Prof. Scott White earns a campus award for his mentoring of graduate students.
Illinois Space Day logo
K-8 students will be treated to exhibits "all things space."
Geubelle wins Campus Award for Excellence in Guiding Undergraduate Research.
Geubelle wins the Campus Award for Excellence in Guiding Undergraduate Research.
EOH visitors try their hands as flight simulators.
AE student groups offered nearly 20 exhibits during Engineering Open House
Team Orange Energy
AE student Thomas Bernhardt's team will compete in BP's Ultimate Field Trip Challenge.
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JPL Engineer Todd Barber will talk about his work on journeys to Saturn.
Aerospace Engineering undergraduate Akash Shah
Undergraduate Akash Shah will be knighted March 15.
Assistant Prof. Marco Panesi is organzing the LS-STO/VKI Lecture Series on the Urbana campus.
BBC Radio logo
Scott White covers self-healing materials research milestones in a BBC Radio program.
Partial screen shot of AE's online master's degree.
Off-campus students can enroll to earn an online AE master's degree.
AIAA logo
Michael Selig wins the AIAA 2014 Aerodynamics Award
Andrew Putch
Andrew Putch has produced an excellent video explaining aerospace engineering concepts.
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Michael Selig is a new Associate Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
Innovation Celebration Logo
The Champaign County Economic Development Corporation recognizes Scott White's work in self-healing materials.
AIAA logo
Aerospace Engineering at Illinois graduate David R. Riley is now an AIAA Fellow.
Blue Waters supercomputing facility
Bodony will investigate jet aircraft noise pollution using the Blue Waters supercomputing facility.
Covers of Soft Matter and Advanced Materials
New advances in self-healing materials: high-temperature curing of polymers, nanoscale skeletons


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