Aerospace Engineering Seminars
 

Aerospace Engineering Seminars

The aerospace engineering department regularly invites alumni and experts from industry, academia, and government from around the world to speak to our students and faculty about the latest advancements in the aerospace industry and related areas.

Spring 2019 AERSP 590 Seminar Schedule:

Please note: All AERSP 590 seminars will be held from 2:00-2:50 p.m. in 220 Hammond Building, unless otherwise noted.

January 17
  • Bobak Ferdowsi, Systems Engineer, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  • "Fault Protection and Some Failures/Near Failures of Spacecraft"
January 24
  • Eric Greenwood, researcher, aeroacoustics branch, NASA Langley Research Center
  • "Enabling Low Noise Flight with 'Acoustically Aware' Aircraft"
January 31
  • TBA
February 7
  • TBA
February 14
  • TBA
February 21
  • TBA
February 28
  • TBA
March 7
  • Spring Break -- no seminar
March 14
  • TBA
March 21
  • TBA
March 28
  • TBA
April 4
  • TBA

April 11

  • TBA

April 18

  • TBA

April 25

  • TBA
 
 

About

The Penn State Department of Aerospace Engineering, established in 1961 and the only aerospace engineering department in Pennsylvania, is consistently recognized as one of the top aerospace engineering departments in the nation, and is also an international leader in aerospace education, research, and engagement. Our undergraduate program is ranked 15th and our graduate programs are ranked 15th nationally by U.S. News & World Report, while one in 25 holders of a B.S. degree in aerospace engineering in the U.S. earned it from Penn State. Our students are consistently among the most highly recruited by industry, government, and graduate schools nationwide.

The department is built upon the fundamentals of academic integrity, innovation in research, and commitment to the advancement of industry. Through an innovative curriculum and world-class instruction that reflects current industry practice and embraces future trends, Penn State Aerospace Engineering graduates emerge as broadly educated, technically sound aerospace engineers who will become future leaders in a critical industry

Department of Aerospace Engineering

229 Hammond Building

The Pennsylvania State University

University Park, PA 16802

Phone: 814-865-2569