Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are a major tool in the current arsenal for the U.S. military. They are used ever increasingly for a variety of missions to help keep personnel out of harm’s way. A UAV must perform well in all environmental conditions, powered by a reliable internal combustion engine and/or electric propulsion. However, the […]
Professor Bill Ma in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering is proposing new electric power technology to support Army operations in 2035. Solar energy is expected to meet the energy demand for a variety of equipment associated with Army multi-domain operations in the future. Ma, who co-authored with Pengtao Wang, presented his white paper […]
Stealth technology, the idea of reducing the ability of the enemy to detect an object, has driven advances in military research for decades. Today, aircraft, naval ships and submarines, missiles and satellites are often covered with radar-absorbent material, such as paint, to hide or cloak them from radar, sonar, infrared and other detection methods. A […]
A Mizzou alumnus is acting director of the Cyber Development Directorate for the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA), an agency responsible for building out cyber defense capabilities for the U.S. Department of Defense.
All of his hard work eventually led Kyler Turner to a career as a nuclear engineering at the State Department, where he utilizes his expertise to help shape policy and provide counsel on broad civil nuclear issues facing the nation and its leaders.
The MU Raytheon National Defense Fellowship Program is seeking high-achieving sophomores and juniors for internships designed to provide world-class experience for students, who will work on critical and challenging defense and national security projects.
The University of Missouri and the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division of Naval Air Systems Command (NAVAIR) recently entered into an Education Partnership Agreement, an agreement that will have a positive impact for students and researchers at Mizzou Engineering.
On June 6, representatives from the University of Missouri and Honeywell Federal Manufacturing & Technologies signed an industry agreement that will utilize the strengths of both entities for their mutual benefit, an agreement which will also serve to greatly benefit the College of Engineering.