Amirkabir University of Technology- Aerospace Engineering
Aerospace Engineering

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Aerospace Engineering was established in 1987 as an independent department at Amirkabir University of Technology. Following its establishment, the department made exceptional progress in its teaching and research activities and consequently in 1992, it was granted permission by the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology to establish M.Sc. course in aerodynamics. Based on this permission, five students began their graduate studies in that year. Few years later, the M.Sc. degree was changed from aerodynamics to aerospace and included four disciplines of aerodynamics, flight mechanics, propulsion and aerospace structures. The department currently has a teaching staff of 16 and a student body of over 200 B.Sc., 80 M.Sc. and 44 Ph.D. candidates. Areas of research include aircraft stability and control, aircraft design, flight simulation, jet engines, aerodynamic design of airplanes in large angles of attack, helicopter dynamics and flight testing. Study at this department covers all aspects of aerospace engineering. Once they complete the course, our graduates will acquire the ability to work on automobile aerodynamics, land-based and offshore structures as well as turbo machines.Download
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