Tags » School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering » 2

« PreviousNext »
Posts
Dr. Woong-Yeol Joe Gives Seminar Over Design and Control of a Camber Morphing Wing Aircraft
On Friday, February 21, Woong-Yeol Joe, Ph.D. gave a seminar over, "Design and Control of a Camber Morphing Wing Aircraft." Dr. Joe is an Associate Professor from the Department o (More)
Dr. Heydari Gives Seminar Over Theory of Reinforcement Learning and Its Practice in Robotics and Autonomous Systems
Ali Heydari, Ph.D., an assistant professor of Mechanical Engineering at Southern Methodist University, gave a seminar on Monday, February 17th. He spoke about, "Theory of Reinforc (More)
Oklahoma Aerospace Engineering Students Kickoff Design Project to Support International Space Station Resupply Missions
OU students travelled to Louisville, Colorado to meet with engineers at Sierra Nevada Corporation (SNC), and kickoff their capstone project work of designing ground support equipment for SNC’s Dream Chaser International Space Station resupply mission (More)
Dr. Jeongmoo Huh Gives Presentation Over Micro Propulsion Systems for the Next Generation Space Missions
On Friday, February 14th, Dr. Jeongmoo Huh gave a presentation over, "Micro Propulsion Systems for the Next Generation Space Missions." Dr. Huh currently works in the Space Engi (More)
Dr. Song collaborates with OG&E to bring you smarter HVAC systems
The following article was released by OG&E in a recent newsletter. Are you smarter than your HVAC? In the near future, it may be a toss-up If University of Oklahoma College of Engineering professor Li Song and OG&E Supervisor of Customer (More)
Brooke Owens Fellowship Recipient Encourages Others to Apply
This summer, aerospace engineering student Kaley Hassell participated in the Brooke Owens Fellowship Progra (More)
Giving Day Results are in!
AME raised $10,809 on OU Giving Day, which took place on September 10, 2019. All donations went towards the More)
Two AME Alumni Inducted into the GCoE Distinguished Graduates Society
  AME Alumni Michelle Coppedge (pictured) and Freda Webb will be inducted into the Distinguished Graduates Society of Gallogly Col (More)
Bergey Aerospace “COUGAR” First Flight
On July 14, 2017, the Bergey Aerospace BA-14-001 “COUGAR” conducted its first flight from the local Max Westheimer airport marking the (More)
OU Researcher Uses Geometry for Affairs of the Heart
Newswise — NORMAN – Geometry is often referenced for matters of the heart. Marriage has been described as “two parallel lines,” and others have compared love to an “irrational equation” or as unending as “pi.” But when it comes to the medical matters (More)
« PreviousNext »

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

A collection of campus blogs and great blogging content.

Skip to toolbar