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Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
AME is one of seven schools within the Gallogly College of Engineering at the University of Oklahoma.
Located in historic Felgar Hall, AME offers students a diverse engineering education that emphasizes project-based learning. Students at all levels - undergraduate and graduate - have opportunities to see all sides of a project from start to finish.
AME Research Highlights
Researchers Mistree and Allen Publish New Research Findings
AME Faculty Position Openings
The School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering (AME), at the University of Oklahoma, invites applications for four tenure-track positions in aerospace engineering at the Assistant Professor level in the general areas below.
Advanced Manufacturing (AM) Systems, with particular interest in custom manufacturing; controlling composition and internal structure of materials for multi-material additive manufacturing; multi-scale modeling and data analytics; and sensor-based manufacturing design.
Propulsion Systems, with interest in, fuel-efficient and environmentally friendly aircraft engines; sustainment and modernization; new and advanced propulsion technologies for aircraft, unmanned aerial systems and/or space exploration initiatives.
Space Systems and Hypersonic Vehicles, with interest in fundamental/applied research on design of hypersonic vehicles through the use of high performance computing (HPC) software and hardware; spacecraft design, optimization, systems engineering; design of entry, descent, landing systems, space logistics design/mission planning, guidance and control design of spacecraft; Cubesats/small satellites; collision avoidance; orbital insertion, and satellite navigation.
Unmanned Systems and Controls, with focus on novel unmanned autonomous systems for civil, defense, and commercial applications; guidance, navigation, and control systems of single or multiple unmanned vehicles operating in harsh and remote environments; and maintenance, modernization, qualification and testing of unmanned systems for extreme weather and other disruptive events.
2018 AME Newsletter