Fluid Lab

Aerospace Labs
allow students to have hands-on learning experiences and faculty and graduate students to conduct experiments related to their research. Recently with the addition of several new faculty, the department is actively establishing new laboratories in a variety of areas.

Recent Research News

Aerospace engineering professors Russell Mailen and Davide Guzzetti
Aerospace engineering professors earn NASA EPSCoR grant
Russell Mailen and Davide Guzzetti's research "Activiation of Self-Folding Origami in Microgravity Environment" earned a NASA EPSCoR grant
1/25/23 7:00 AM
From left, Abbishek Gururaj, Lokesh Silwal, Daniel Stubbs and Vikas Bhargav.
Researchers awarded for visual analysis at international conference
Students Lokesh Silwal, Daniel Stubbs, and Abbishek Gururaj, and postdoctoral fellow Vikas Bhargav coupled their scientific findings with creative visual skills at the Australasian Fluid Mechanics Society conference Dec. 4-7 in Sydney, Australia.
1/18/23 7:22 AM
Imon Chakraborty, left, and Ehsan Taheri will collaborate with Transcend Air by using a one-fifth scale model of the concept Vy400 to test and validate flight control system architecture and fly-by-wire flight control laws through a series of bench tests followed by outdoor flight tests.
Professors play key role in designing, testing prototype aircraft
Imon Chakraborty and Ehsan Teheri will develop and test one-fifth scale model of vertical takeoff and landing aircraft concept before full-scale development for U.S. Air Force Agility Prime Small Business Technology Transfer Research program
1/17/23 10:00 AM
Stanford researchers examined a database of more than 180,000 scholars worldwide.
22 scholars ranked among the world's top two percent of cited researchers
Stanford University's study examined a database of more than 180,000 researchers worldwide
1/5/23 2:50 PM
Auburn University biosystems engineering department chair Oladiran Fasina and poultry science department chair Bill Dozier, both principal investigators on the Institute for Rural Partnership project, visit the processing plant at the university’s Miller Poultry Research and Education Center.
Engineering part of $28 million grant to meet rural challenges
Auburn University is one of three universities sharing a $28 million grant award from the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture, or NIFA, to establish an Institute for Rural Partnership to research the causes and conditions of challenges facing rural areas.
12/16/22 5:25 PM