The mission of the School of Engineering, located in the College of Aviation, is to support a broad range of knowledge, skills and abilities in engineering concepts and principles by providing appropriate courses and programs of study tailored for our undergraduate and graduate student clientele.
The school is responsible for the associate's program in Engineering Fundamentals, bachelor's degrees in Engineering and Engineering Technology, and master's programs in Systems Engineering, Aerospace Engineering, Airworthiness Engineering, and Unmanned and Autonomous Systems Engineering.
The School of Engineering consists of dedicated faculty with a wide variety of real-world experience in government and private sector engineering. Our adjunct faculty members are employed in industry and government with key experiences in several engineering disciplines.
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Submissions from 2022
Performance Testing of APC Electric Fixed-Blade UAV Propellers, Or D. Dantsker, Robert W. Deters, Marco Caccamo, and Michael S. Selig
Building Undergraduate Research in a Fully Online Engineering Program, Robert Deters, Brent Terwilliger, Emily Faulconer, and Kelly A. George
Submissions from 2020
Performance Testing of Aero-Naut CAMFolding Propellers, Or D. Dantsker, Robert W. Deters, Marco Caccamo, and Michael S. Selig
Aerodynamic and Aeroacoustic Performance of Small UAV Propellers in Static Conditions, William Jordan, Robert W. Deters, and Shreyas Narsipur
Evaluating the State of the Adjunct Faculty Relationship to the College of Aeronautics, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Worldwide, Narcrisha Norman and Federica Robinson-Bryant
Submissions from 2019
Propulsion System Testing for a Long-Endurance Solar-Powered Unmanned Aircraft, D. Dantsker, Robert Deters, and Marco Caccamo
Submissions from 2018
Experiments of Propeller-Induced Flow Effects on a Low-Reynolds-Number Wing, Gavin K. Ananda, Robert Deters, and Michael S. Selig
Static Performance Results of Propellers Used on Nano, Micro, and Mini Quadrotors, Robert W. Deters, D. Dantsker, S.C. Kleinke, Narcrisha Norman, and Michael S. Selig
Ten Years of the Real World Design Challenge, Robert W. Deters, Brent Terwilliger, S.C. Kleinke, Ralph K. Coppola, and Jeff Coppola
Submissions from 2017
Static Testing of Propulsion Elements for Small Multirotor Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, Robert W. Deters, S.C. Kleinke, and Michael S. Selig
Submissions from 2015
Slipstream Measurements of Small-Scale Propellers at Low Reynolds Numbers, Robert W. Deters, Gavin K. Ananda, and Michael S. Selig