Acoustics, Aerodynamics, Aeroelasticity and Aeromechanics are the 4 A's or Four Aces of the aerospace engineering program at Duke University. For many years an active research and graduate program has focused on the 4 A's. This page introduces the various areas of research within this program, some of our most prominent graduates and of course the current faculty, staff and student team.
The Duke Aeroelasticity group provides great opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students.
Aerospace Engineering Certificate Program: The Aerospace Certificate Program at Duke offers a rigorous and in depth exposure to scientific and engineering fundamentals in the broad set of core disciplines required in the aerospace field
Research Experience for Undergraduate Students: This is a great opportunity for undergraduates from around the country to explore conducting research at Duke.
Graduate Student Opportunities
The Duke Aeroelasticity group is a great place to conduct groundbreaking research and is able to support students pursuing M.S. and Ph.D. degrees. The group's extensive contacts in academia and industry make a degree a great launching point for a career. Our graduate students are funded through NASA, DoD, and NSF grants and fellowship. For more information on the application process vist http://www.mems.duke.edu/grad/how-apply.
The group is also interested in hosting graduate students from universities around the world on a visiting basis. Please direct mail directly to the faculty members to inquire about collaboration and visiting opportunities