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NASA Office of STEM Engagement released the NASA Fellowship Activity 2021

NASA Office of STEM Engagement released the NASA Fellowship Activity 2021     Call for Proposals — NASA Fellowship Activity 2021 This National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO), titled NASA Fellowship Activity 2021 is seeking student-authored and independently conceived graduate research proposals responding to a NASA Research Opportunity listed in…
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Senior Exit Interviews sent to Graduating Seniors

Senior exit interviews have been sent out to graduating seniors in an e-mail from Dr. Shu dated April 17, 2021.  We encourage all graduating seniors to complete the survey to provide us with valuable insight about Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering programs and to let us know your next steps as you leave NMSU. If you…
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Graduate Seminar Series – Dr. Christopher M. Limbach, TAMU

“Laser-Flow Coupling: A Double-Edged Sword in Hypersonic Flow Control, Diagnostics and Aero-Optics” By: Dr. Christopher M. Limbach Assistant Professor of Aerospace Engineering at Texas A&M University   ABSTRACT:  Understanding and exploiting the interaction between high-energy lasers and high-speed flows has enabled a diverse range of applications including advanced laser diagnostics and new stand-off flow control…
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Graduate Seminar Series – Dr. Alexandre Martin, UKY

“Modeling of ablative material for hypersonic atmospheric entry flows, and more” By: Dr. Alexandre Martin Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kentucky    ABSTRACT: For extra-orbital missions, ablative materials have always been, and still remain, the primary choice for the design of atmospheric entry heat shields. Because of the many uncertainties associated with the usage…
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Graduate Seminar Series – Dr. Karen E. Willcox, University of Texas at Austin

“Predictive Digital Twins and the Data-driven Future of Computational Science” By: Dr. Karen E. Willcox Director, Oden Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences Associate Vice President Research, Professor of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, University of Texas at Austin, External Professor, Santa Fe Institute   ABSTRACT: A digital twin is an evolving virtual model that…
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Graduate Seminar Series – Dr. Fabrizio Bisetti, The University Texas at Austin

“On the Reynolds dependence of turbulent flames: the cascade through the lens of power laws, surface density function, and fractal analysis” By: Dr. Fabrizio Bisetti Assistant Professor in Aerospace Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin    ABSTRACT: Turbulent burning rates are several times greater than their laminar counterparts, primarily due to the enhancement in…
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Graduate Seminar Series – Dr. Rafael Fierro, UNM

“Towards Stable Interstellar Flight: Modeling and Stability a Laser-Propelled Sailcraft” By: Dr. Rafael Fierro Professor Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of New Mexico    ABSTRACT: Traveling to distant stars has long fascinated humanity, but vast distances limited space exploration to our solar system. The Breakthrough Starshot Program aims at eliminating this limitation by…
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