Departments Departments

Aerospace Engineering is the primary branch of engineering concerned with the design, development, test, and construction of aerial and space vehicles and the related systems and subsystems. It is divided into two main and coinciding branches: aeronautical and astronautical engineering. The former deals with systems that operate within the Earth's atmosphere, and the latter with crafts that operate in outer space. For students following an aerospace engineering degree, a background in mathematics, physics, computer science, and chemistry is significant.

Currently, the Aerospace Engineering Department offers Master's and Ph.D. degree programs in the following five major fields:

  • Aerodynamics
  • Flight Dynamics and Control
  • Propulsion
  • Satellite Engineering
  • Space Engineering
  • Structures

Furthermore, the group is planning to expand its activities by establishing the following programs in the future:

  • Aerospace Systems Design
  • Air Traffic Management
  • Micro-Nano-Fluidics Engineering

To reach the aims of the group, the following laboratories have been developed:

  • Advanced Materials Laboratory
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics Laboratory
  • Propulsion Laboratory
  • Laboratory of Engineering Space with Fundamental Analysis
  • Laboratory of Multi-position Analysis
  • Multidisciplinary Design and Optimization(MDO) Laboratory
  • Aerospace Structures Laboratory
  • Composite Materials Laboratory
  • Flight Dynamics Laboratory
  • Guidance and Navigation Laboratory

The following laboratories are also under construction within the group:

  • Space Mechatronics Laboratory (SML)
  • Micro-Nano Device Fabrication Laboratory
  • Devices and Processes Simulation Laboratory (DPSL)

Head of the Department Head of the Department

Associate Professor
Contact Number

Analysis, Design, and Manufacturing the aerospace structures

Analysis of aerodynamics issues, design & manufacturing of aerodynamical devices

Analysis of Propulsional issues, design & manufacturing of Propulsional devices

Analysis, Design, and Manufacturing of Guidance, Navigation & Control (GNC) systems in aerospace vehicles

Analysis, Design, and Manufacturing of space devices

Analysis, Design, and Manufacturing of satellites