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Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering

This section of the college news site gathers stories that feature the faculty, students, staff and programs of the UA Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering. For detailed information about all other aspects of AME, please visit the department website.

Aerospace & Mechanical Engineering News

Engineer Awarded $4.5M to Develop AI-Powered Hypersonic Guidance and Navigation Systems

As countries around the world work to advance weapons traveling at Mach 5 and faster, a team led by University of Arizona experts builds a "brain" for high-speed vehicles and interceptors.
Wolfgang Fink uses an optical device to examine a young woman's eyes, while another young man looks on in the background.

Vision Society Adds Forward-Looking Professor to 2023 Class of Fellows

The recognition marks Wolfgang Fink’s sixth overall fellowship, and the fourth in a national or international society.
Two students sit at a booth for the Engineering Club showcase and smile. He is holding a green and yellow box and she is holding a circular metallic object..

11 Pieces of Advice From UA Engineering Wildcats

Earning an engineering education is as rewarding as it is challenging, and many find they learn just as much about topics like teamwork, communication and even themselves as they do about scientific principles and the design and manufacture of goods. Looking for tips on how to best tackle the journey? Take it from these current students and recent...
two professors in a lab with a space rover

University Becomes US Space Command's First Academic Engagement Enterprise Partner

The partnership will provide university faculty, students and other partners with a forum to collaboratively address pressing challenges of human security, exploration, development and settlement of space.

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