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an engineer concerned with the design and construction of aircraft

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Lewis is the new chair of the Clark School's Department of Aerospace Engineering, effective September 14.
Vicky, 19, from Gosforth will join another 33 male students this summer who have successfully completed the newly devised two-year BTEC National Diploma in Aerospace Engineering.
in aerospace engineering from Old Dominion University, focuses on "pre-competitive" technologies such as biomimetics, which looks to nature for inspiration for future aircraft designs.
Structural engineering is a very important aspect of aerospace engineering.
Malaysia Aerospace Engineering Sdn Bhd (MAE), Malaysia Airlines unit, has announced the sale of its 44.
The PS6m bursary fund will support graduates and employees studying for Masters (MSc) level degrees in aerospace engineering.
BEng (Hons) Aerospace Engineering with Propulsion with a Year in Industry
He also hopes to gain some work experience through internships while still in college to equip him for a career in aerospace engineering.
The first woman to graduate from an aerospace engineering course in the North-East has been named her college's student of the year.
Students on the North's only aerospace engineering course have received a welcome boost to their studies from global defence and aerospace company BAE Systems.
com/research/2d880b/2009_plimsoll_anal) has announced the addition of the "2009 Plimsoll Analysis - Aerospace Engineering - A comprehensive profile of 170 companies operating in the UK market" report to their offering.
61% in a jointly-owned maintenance and overhaul facility of Malaysia Aerospace Engineering SDN BHD (MAE).
The Igor Sikorsky Distinguished Professorship in Rotorcraft will be part of UMD's Department of Aerospace Engineering and is intended to support enhanced research specialization in areas related to rotorcraft such as: autonomous flight operations, flight control and system identification, aeromechanics, composite structures and computer aided manufacturing.
In addition to his undergraduate degree in aerospace engineering, Petersen earned a master's of science degree in control systems from UCLA in 1976.
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