Aerospace Club

Official Vanderbilt University Website

Video 1 title

This is an example of a Vimeo video, just edit the change the video link, edit the title and this description and if you like, you can also link the continue button to a web page....

Video 2 title

This is an example of a Vimeo video, just edit the change the video link, edit the title and this description and if you like, you can also link the continue button to a web page....

Video 3 title

This is an example of a Vimeo video, just edit the change the video link, edit the title and this description and if you like, you can also link the continue button to a web page....

Video 4 title

This is an example of a Vimeo video, just edit the change the video link, edit the title and this description and if you like, you can also link the continue button to a web page....

image1

Greetings from Vanderbilt's 2014-2015 Aerospace Club!

This year's team is eager to take on the new and exciting challenges of NASA's Student Launch.

image1 image2
Taking competition at Vanderbilt to new heights!
Bookmark and Share

Header Content Region

Insert text, image or banner ads here, or just delete this text and leave this area blank!

Welcome to the 2014-15 Vanderbilt Student Launch web page!

Navigate the site using the menu options to the left. Find out what this year's team is up to and track its progress through the many facets of the Student Launch competition as they unfold.



About Us

The Vanderbilt Aerospace Club was set up in 2007 by Professor Amrutur Anilkumar to meet the emerging needs of Vanderbilt engineering students to pursue careers and advanced studies in aerospace engineering. Its main agenda is to design unique rocket-flyable payload systems that highlight major challenges in Space Exploration, and Energy Conversion as applicable to the Aerospace Sector. It also has a robust outreach program that works to build STEM enthusiasm in aerospace engineering among middle and high school students in Tennessee. The club's membership consists of engineering upperclassmen who participate in the School of Engineering's Senior Design Project, engineering graduate students whose research is allied to aerospace engineering, and some engineering lowerclassmen with a demonstrated interest in aerospace engineering. Vanderbilt students who have a passion for educational outreach are also part of its membership. The current function of the club is to compete in the NASA Student Launch Competition, and to present the project results at AIAA Student Conferences, and in select AIAA Journals. The Aerospace Club also represents the AIAA Student Chapter at Vanderbilt University

You can meet us here.

 

 

back to top

 

free web counter