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OK NSF EPSCoR Summer 2017 Award
AME student, Robert Anderson, was awarded the Oklahoma National Science Foundation (NSF) Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) Summer 2017 Research (More)
DBF Crimson Skies Places Sixth at Competition
The Design Build Fly Crimson Skies team finished sixth out of 95 teams at the AIAA DBF competition in Tuscon, Arizona this year! The te (More)
AIAA-ASME Symposium
AME faculty, graduate, and undergraduate students attended the 37th Oklahoma AIAA/ASME Symposium at Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma on April 15, 2017. (More)
DBF Presents To Norman Chamber of Commerce
At the Max Westheimer Airport on April 11, 2017, The Norman Chamber of Commerce Aviation/Transportation (More)
Testing Aerospace Structures to the Breaking Point
Scalewings' P51 mustang wing test Dr. Hays' Aerospace Structures class tested their (More)
AME Professor Publishes New Book
  Dr. Andrea L’Afflitto has recently published a new book titled A Mathematical Perspective on Flight Dynamics and Control. The book provides a m (More)
Control of a Quadrotor Using Adaptive Control Project
A group of students from Dr. Andrea L’afflitto’s Flight Controls class created the following video: According to Dr. L’afflitto, this project consisted of designing an autopilot for a quadrotor using some modern, very aggressive control techni (More)
Glider Trials with Intro to Aerospace Engineering (AME 2223)
Dr. Thomas Hays’ Introduction to Aerospace Engineering course tested their model gliders in the Armory on Thursday, December 1, 2016. The student (More)
Student Spotlight: Robert Kunkel
AME undergraduate student, Robert Kunkel, represented OU in Washington, DC at NASA Goddard Spaceflight Center and at ANSER.  Mr. Kunkel ent (More)
GCoE National Society of Black Engineers Update & Awards
The GCoE National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) is rebranding who they are and what they represent during the 2016-2017 academic school ye (More)
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