Sanghamitra Neogi

Faculty in Focus: Sanghamitra Neogi

Jan. 30, 2023

Sanghamitra Neogi is designing new materials at the quantum level to realize future technologies for thermal management and harsh environments like hypersonic flight. An assistant professor in the Ann and H.J. Smead Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences, Neogi leads the CUANTUM laboratory, short for CU Aerospace Nanoscale Transport Modelling. The...

Samuel Kurtin

CU Boulder aerospace student earns 2023 Matthew Isakowitz Fellowship

Jan. 29, 2023

Samuel Kurtin has received a 2023 Matthew Isakowitz Fellowship. An aerospace master's student, Kurtin will receive a paid internship and executive mentorship through the program, which is designed to inspire the next generation of commercial spaceflight leaders. Samuel Kurtin is a second-year graduate student at CU Boulder studying aerospace engineering...

CU Boulder campus from the air.

Seminar: A Human-Centered Approach to Complex Systems - Feb. 3

Jan. 28, 2023

Katya Arquilla Assistant Professor, Aeronautics and Astronautics, MIT Friday, Feb. 3 | 9:30 a.m. | AERO 114 Abstract: Despite recent advances in robotics and autonomy, humans are still critical to the success of operations in real, unpredictable environments. Many aspects of human behavior and performance are challenging to quantify and...

Brad Cheetham

Future Insight Seminar: So, you want to start a space company? - Feb. 2

Jan. 27, 2023

A talk with Bradley Cheetham: How to start up and build a successful commercial space company in Colorado. Please join Mark Sirangelo as he welcomes Bradley Cheetham a lifelong space advocate, highly experienced engineer, a three-time entrepreneur and, seasoned graduate-level instructor for a fascinating talk on what it takes to use your CU degree to conceive, start and build a successful commercial space company in Colorado...

Mission Control at NASA.

NASA selects seven CU Boulder students for prestigious internships

Jan. 27, 2023

Seven aerospace students at the University of Colorado Boulder are taking off with distinguished NASA Pathways Internships. Undergraduates Barbara De Figueiredo Vera, David McGraw, Sophia Orlandella, Shawn Patel, Aaditya Pore, Alexandra Putman, and Anthony Storm have each been selected for the program. NASA Pathways offers a unique, in-depth paid internship...

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Talking the Janus asteroid mission with SpaceNews.com

Jan. 27, 2023

Dan Scheeres was interviewed by SpaceNews.com on progress and setbacks with the Janus asteroid probe mission. Scheeres, a distinguished professor in the Ann and H.J. Smead Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences, is the the principal investigator for the project, which was planned to launch two probes on asteroid rendevous missions...

Simon North

Seminar: Velocity and Temperature Measurements in a Hypersonic Boundary Layer using the VENOM Technique - Feb. 3

Jan. 27, 2023

Simon North Professor and Head of the Department of Chemistry, Texas A&M University Friday, Feb. 3 | 11:45 a.m. | AERO 120 Abstract: An improved understanding of the interactions between fluid dynamics and thermal non- equilibrium (TNE) effects, which result from strong shocks, is critical in developing improved thermal protection...

Marcus Holzinger

NBC news discusses cislunar space with Marcus Holzinger

Jan. 23, 2023

Marcus Holzinger was interviewed by NBC News for a new piece on the growth of commercial and government missions to the Moon. Holzinger, an associate professor in the Ann and H.J. Smead Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences, is an expert on space domain awareness and the co-author of a 2021...

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CU Boulder joins academic partnership with U.S. Space Command

Jan. 11, 2023

The University of Colorado Boulder has been selected as a United States Space Command Academic Engagement Enterprise member. The new national program is designed to expand collaboration and academic exchanges between universities and U.S. Space Command. “They’re engaging with top universities in the country to have two-way communication; how Space...

Steve Gehly

Seminar: Challenges in Optical Space Object Estimation - Jan. 20

Jan. 10, 2023

Steve Gehly Assistant Professor, Delft University of Technology Friday, Jan. 20 | 10:30 a.m. | AERO 232 Abstract: As Earth orbit becomes increasingly congested, passive optical sensors remain one of the most important sources of data on space objects across all orbit regimes. However, the resultant angles-only measurements, often collected...

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