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Research

Research within the department of Aerospace Engineering is led by faculty members, whose main interests may be found on their respective web sites (see People). Faculty members conduct research with their graduate students, post-doctorate fellows and research staff of scientists, engineers and technicians. A large portion of the research conducted is supported by research grants from various academic and industry-related sources. Some of the faculty members also serve as head and principal investigator of a laboratory within the Aerospace Research Center that occupies a complex of buildings adjacent to the main building of the Aerospace Engineering department. The main laboratories are the Aerodynamics (wind tunnels) Laboratory, the Krumbein Structures Laboratory, the Propulsion and Combustion Laboratory, the Turbo and Jet Engine Laboratory, and the Flight Control Laboratory. Space related research is conducted at the adjacent Asher Space Research Institute. Some faculty members also conduct joint research with members of other Technion departments or other Israeli and foreign universities, research institutes and development industry groups.

The research facilities at the department include the following laboratories:

Aerodynamics Laboratory
Aerospace Plasma Laboratory (APL)
Autonomous Navigation and Perception Laboratory (ANPL)
Krumbein Structures Laboratory
Mechanics of Soft Materials Laboratory
Philadelphia Flight Control Laboratory
Propulsion and Combustion Laboratory
Turbo and Jet-Engine Laboratory
Distributed Space Systems Laboratory (DSSL)
Cooperative Autonomous SYstems (CASY) Laboratory
Computational Laboratory for Aerospace Structures

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