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NASA grant for new generation Entry Descent Landing Technology ..

Dr. Bhattacharya and Dr. Rao has been awarded NASA grant to develop "Robust Adaptive Real-Time 6DOF Trajectory Generation for Atmospheric Reentry Vehicles". This is a 3-year effort to develop a new generation Entry Descent Landing (EDL) technology for analysis and design of high accuracy adaptive guidance algorithms for applications related to High Mass Mars Entry Systems (HMMES). The research work involves robust adaptive trajectory generation and uncertainty propagation in the hypersonic flight regime for EDL vehicles.

 

Junkins honored by AIAA..

Dr. John Junkins has been selected to receive the 2006 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Aerospace Guidance, Navigation and Control Award.

 

Aggie ring returns from space..

The Aggie ring has graced the hands of more than 250,000 Texas A&M graduates, and now, it has traveled to the edge of space aboard a satellite experiment built entirely by Aggie student engineers.

 

Valasek elected president of national aerospace engineering honor society

Dr. John Valasek, associate professor and director of the Flight Simulation Laboratory in the Department of Aerospace Engineering at Texas A&M, has been elected national president of Sigma Gamma Tau, the aerospace engineering honor society.

 

Mortari to receive IEEE award..

Dr. Daniele Mortari, associate professor in the Department of Aerospace Engineering at Texas A&M, will receive the 2007 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Judith A. Resnick Award at the 2007 IEEE Aerospace Conference in Big Sky, Mont., March 4. Mortari is being recognized for his work in producing innovative designs of orbiting spacecraft constellations and efficient algorithms for star identification and spacecraft attitude (orientation) estimation.

 

Student Achievements

Texas A&M’s Weitz receives first Lindbergh-Lycoming Grant..

Lesley A. Weitz, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Aerospace Engineering, has been awarded a 2006 Lindbergh-Lycoming Grant for her research on reducing fuel inefficiencies and noise..

 
 

 


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