Structures, Propulsion, And Control Engineering Center


  • Develop state-of-the-art computing tools and techniques for modeling, control and simulation of high-performance and unusual aircraft of the future such as airbreathing hypersonic flight vehicle, variable geometry aircraft, reusable launch vehicles, and uninhabited aerial vehicles

  • Design a testbed resembling the complex dynamic behavior of a space telescope

  • Train students to a NASA research development environment to prepare them for a future employment and motivate them towards graduate studies



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