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Engineering’s Senesky and Pavone Win NASA Early Career Awards
August 17, 2012
Two Aero/Astro faculty win NASA's inaugural Early Career Faculty grants for research in high-priority technology areas.
Charbel Farhat Wins International Association for Computational Mechanics Award
July 23, 2012
Farhat has made lasting contributions to aeroelasticity, computational fluid dynamics on moving grids, computational acoustics, computational mechanics and high-performance computing.
Bradford Parkinson: Hero of GPS
June 8, 2012
Brad Parkinson, recent inductee to the Engineering Heroes of Stanford University, was the driving force behind the Global Position System, an essential tool for everything from navigation to disaster response.
Wild blue yonder: Engineers tackle challenges of hypersonic flight
May 9, 2012
A multi-year collaboration among Stanford engineering departments uses some of the world’s fastest supercomputers to model the complexities of hypersonic flight.
Arthur Bryson Awarded 2009 Guggenheim Medal
March 31, 2011
Stanford Aero/Astro Emeritus Prof. Arthur Bryson received the 2009 Daniel Guggenheim Medal.
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