From state-of-the-art facilities to a legacy of leadership in analysis and design of complex systems and decision making, the Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory (ASDL) has the resources and experience to tackle real world problems for the benefit of its sponsors and its students. Our mission is to formulate, develop, and implement comprehensive approaches to the design of affordable and high-quality complex systems.

The basic aim of current and future research at ASDL is to be educational leader in advanced systems architecting, engineering, design, integration and operations, decision making, digital engineering, data and visual analytics.

ASDL aims to accomplish this by:

  • Training the next generation of highly qualified engineers for academia, industry, and government
  • Developing leading design methods suitable for the design of all types of complex systems
  • Providing a point of global dissemination for cutting-edge research to academia, industry, and government
  • Advocating for research fields critical to the continued maturation of industry

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(02/04/2019)

Congratulations to the ASDL Students that Passed the Ph.D. Qualifying Examinations for Spring 2019!

ASDL is proud to announce that the following students in our lab have passed the Ph.D. qualifying exams this spring:

Akshay Prasad
Alexander Markov
Efe Yamac Yarbasi
Hee Yong Jeon
Joseph Robinson
Konstantinos Milios
Lea Harris
Luis Eduardo Salas Nunez
Syed Rameez
Zhenyu Gao


(01/07/2019)

ASDL Presentations at SciTech Forum 2019

As usual, we have a strong presence at AIAA SciTech Forum 2019 with 22 technical papers submitted and being presented. Click here for the list of technical presentations from ASDL by date, time and location. Feel free to come by to our presentations to chat about our papers and research!


(12/20/2018)

Happy Holidays from us at ASDL!

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