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MAE 3253 Test Gliders Team Challenge

MAE Glider Team Posing With Gliders
(Wed) May 3, 2017 — MAE 3253 students test gliders for the course as part of one of three team challenges. The students flew their aircraft at the historic Gallagher-Iba Arena.
 

How drone swarms could help protect us from tornadoes

Illustration of the MARIA drone, releasing dropsondes to measure conditions within a storm.

OSU student Nick Nelsen awarded Goldwater Scholarship

(STILLWATER, Okla., April 12, 2017) — Oklahoma State University student Nicholas H.

Mechanical and Aerospace engineering professor James Manimala awarded the DARPA Young Faculty Award

James Manimala awarded the DARPA Young Faculty Award

(STILLWATER, Okla., October 11, 2016) – James Manimala, Ph.D. and assistant professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, was awarded the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) Young Faculty Award.

OSU collaborates with Textron Aviation

OSU collaborates with Textron Aviation

OSU collaborates with Textron Aviation - Engineers from Textron’s acoustics group partnered with OSU’s School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering to conduct acoustic transmission loss testing of aircraft structural panels with various treatments.

OSU researchers discuss drones and severe weather on KOCO in OKC

OSU researchers Taylor Mitchell and Gary Ambrose discusses drones and how they can make an impact on weather data on KOCO in Oklahoma City

Keith Good Named TAPPI Fellow for 2016

ATLANTA, Ga., August 12, 2016 – James “Keith” Good has been named a TAPPI Fellow for 2016. Fellow is an honorary title given to individuals who have made extraordinary technical or service contributions to the industry and/or the Association.

NASA CHALLENGE: OSU students create sample collection tool for NASA as part of asteroid challenge

OSU students create sample collection tool for NASA as part of asteroid challenge

OKLAHOMA CITY – The challenge facing Oklahoma State University engineering student Aavron Estep and his team was to design and manufacture a sample collection and containment device which can mechanically obtain and secure a geology sample in microgravity.

Weather research UAVs take flight at OSU

Launching a UAV in the field for collecting weather data.

In the first face-to-face meeting of four university partners in a project to develop unmanned aerial systems for weather research, more than 65 faculty and students met at Oklahoma State University to discuss project goals, but more importantly to kick the tires of unmanned ae

The sky's the limit

Graduate student Arnesha Threatt, of Oklahoma City, works in the lab of the Unmanned Systems Research Institute at Oklahoma State University. Among other things, researchers are working to develop technologies that will improve severe weather forecasting.