The Duke Aeroelasticity group provides great opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students.
Lectures and Seminars
Undergraduate Student Opportunities
- 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: The Pratt Fellows Program offers undergraduates the opportunity to conduct research during their junior and senior years. Undergraduates interested in independent research with our group, including as a Pratt Fellow, are encouraged to contact faculty and/or graduate students within the research group to discuss possible research opportunities.
Graduate Student Opportunities
Duke Graduate Program
SOAR Certificate Program: The Studies and Opportunities in Aerospace Research (SOAR) certificate can enhance your Duke Degree. Work with esteemed faculty in rigorous coursework and on engaging projects through this program.
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 visit http://www.mems.duke.edu/grad/how-apply.
Learn more about the current graduate students by visiting the Graduate Students page. Information on current graduate student research is found by visiting the Research Focus page. If you are interested in applying for the MEMS Ph.D. program, more information can be found here.
The group is also interested in hosting graduate students from universities around the world on a visiting basis. Please mail the faculty members directly to inquire about collaboration and visiting opportunities
The acronym “GUIde” stands for Government Agencies, Universities, and Industry working together on a common goal. Through cooperation, the organizations within the Consortium develop an enhanced view of how to achieve their objective. Consequently, the Consortium serves as “guides” for one another in solving challenges in controlling the vibration of bladed disks.
Benefits: Over $3M worth of software, test data and knowledge
Membership: $50k per year for 5 years (2018-2021)