CU-Boulder and JPL Sign Memorandum of Understanding

May 27, 2014

On May 22, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) Director Charles Elachi and his senior management team met with University of Colorado Boulder Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano and several other campus administrators to sign a memorandum of understanding to continue and broaden a rich tradition of collaboration on space and Earth-science efforts... Read more »

Student-designed Rover, built for NASA lab, can go to extremes

May 27, 2014

Just before midnight Saturday, one day before the final presentation, the project came to a dead stop. The following Monday, the student aerospace engineering team was scheduled to perform a live test of their prototype land exploration rover to a high-profile client. But the microcontroller—the circuit board that commands the... Read more »
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CU-Boulder, Mesa County Team Up to Make Snow-Depth Data Free

May 13, 2014

A University of Colorado Boulder professor who developed a clever method to measure snow depth using GPS signals is collaborating with Western Slope officials to make the data freely available to a variety of users on a daily basis. CU-Boulder aerospace engineering sciences Professor Kristine Larson and her colleagues discovered... Read more »

Lanny Pinchuk receives Honorary Doctorate from CU-Boulder

May 13, 2014

Lanny Pinchuk, a friend of the Department of Aerospace Engineering Sciences (AES) for many years, received a richly deserved Honorary Doctorate at the May 9, 2014 Commencement Ceremony at CU-Boulder. He is a founding member of the AES External Advisory Board, established in 1998 by A. Richard Seebass. See http://youtu.be/P3dpr6N2D8M... Read more »

CU students building unmanned aerial system to combat African rhino poaching

May 13, 2014

Watch CNN at 2 p.m. today (Tuesday May 13, 2014) to learn about CU Engineering graduate students who are building an unmanned aerial system to combat African rhino poaching and illicit wildlife trafficking. Led by Professor Jean Koster, the CU students from several engineering departments are working with student teams... Read more »

AES PhD Student Matthieu Talpe Gives a TEDx Talk on his Research

May 13, 2014

AES PhD student Matthieu Talpe gives a TEDx Talk on his research into the geophysical processes of Earth, especially as viewed through gravity changes that indicate climate change. See video here .Read more »

NASA Administrator to Tour Space Lab, Speak at University of Colorado-Boulder

April 15, 2014

NASA Administrator Charles Bolden will tour the Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics (LASP) and speak with students and faculty at the University of Colorado-Boulder on Friday, Apr. 18. Bolden will tour the LASP Space Technology Research Center at 8:45 a.m. MT, and hold a media availability at the conclusion... Read more »

Business community invited to AeroSpace Ventures Day on 4/17

April 11, 2014

Members of the business community are invited to attend AeroSpace Ventures Day on April 17 at the University of Colorado Boulder. The all-day event offers aerospace industry technologists, scientists and managers a chance to connect with 24 CU-Boulder faculty members and to learn about technological and scientific advances with applications... Read more »

CU Symphony’s Planets to feature astronomical video, astronaut Tanner on 4/29

April 11, 2014

BOULDER, Colo. — When the CU Symphony launches into a performance of Gustav Holst’s Romantic suite, The Planets , on April 29, audiences will experience not just music, but also video featuring the latest high-resolution images taken by the Mars Curiosity rover, the Hubble space telescope and other unmanned NASA... Read more »

Aerospace Day at the Capitol

March 26, 2014

http://youtu.be/EAKZ3KjpB_A Colorado legislators simultaneously lauded the state's aerospace industry Monday and criticized the U.S. government for yanking funding from NASA . Continue reading the article here .Read more »

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