University of Alabama in Huntsville junior, Jared Sauer discusses his passion for propulsion and how being a student participant of the University Consortium for Applied Hypersonics connected him with a recent internship with Reaction Engines.
The Georgia Institute of Technology is leading the way in better hypersonic sensor systems and safer flight with hypersonic materials research.
Researchers at The University of Alabama in Huntsville are combining solid fuel research with rotating detonation engine technology to provide high-efficiency air-breathing propulsion for hypersonic technology.
The separation of materials moving at hypersonic speeds is a common challenge in hypersonic flight. Using modeling and experimental measures, a team from The University of Texas at San Antonio is leading research to address this aerodynamic issue.
A team from the University of Central Florida, a University Consortium for Applied Hypersonics university partner, is leading a project to study electromagnetic waves in hypersonic conditions to help refine hypersonic guidance, communications and control.
The University Consortium for Applied Hypersonics is hosting a student and industry networking event as a part of their workforce development strategy at the only comprehensive aviation conference in the United States.
The recent University Consortium for Applied 2022 Spring Forum was centered on science and technology planning and “leap ahead” technology. The forum was held March 30-31 with 225 people attending panels and keynotes that showcased the competition in hypersonic technologies.
A recent meeting of top pentagon officials and defense industry executives met to discuss hypersonic weapons development and the 2023 budget for U.S. defense. A huge focus of this roundtable […]
In the midst of various United States government, academic, and industry projects exploring and pursuing hypersonic technology for defense, Gillian Bussey, director of the Defense Department’s Joint Hypersonics Transition Office […]
The Pentagon’s first hypersonic weapon should be operational in “a year or two” says Gillian Bussey, the director of the Joint Hypersonic Transition Office a Department of Defense office. This […]
Need for Speed Hypersonic Video Contest hosted by University of Virginia Engineering in collaboration with University of Tennessee Space Institute and the University Consortium for Applied Hypersonics, and funded by […]
The University Consortium for Applied Hypersonics (UCAH) is off to a great start with the first 18 of our core applied research projects underway and additional projects in the review […]
BRYAN-COLLEGE STATION, Oct. 5, 2021—Proposals from 18 U.S. university-led research teams from the University Consortium for Applied Hypersonics (UCAH), totaling $25.5 million, were selected as awardees for prototyping contracts by […]
A year ago, we were in the final stages of bringing the University Consortium to life. Working with the Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station, we were putting the final touches […]
In the 8 months since the UCAH was established we have accomplished a great deal together. We built a strong, inclusive, and collaborative organization to achieve the goals congress set […]