ASE/EM Professors Karen Willcox and J. Tinsley Oden are part of a team that is leading efforts on a joint university—DOE laboratories Advanced Scientific Computing Research program to create the "AEOLUS" center for applied mathematics research in experimental design, optimal control, and learning, with application to advanced manufacturing and materials.

Professor Noel Clemens, along with authors Dr. Leon Vanstone and Joe Lingren, have been awarded the AIAA High Speed Air Breathing Propulsion Best Paper award.

Three ASE/EM faculty members, David Goldstein, Greg Rodin and John Foster, received ICES 2018 W. A. "Tex" Moncrief Grand Challenge Awards.

Chad Landis has been awarded the ASE/EM LUNAR Council Teaching Award for 2018 for making a positive impact on students’ educational experience through superior teaching.

To kick of the fall semester, UAV Austin, UT’s unmanned aerial vehicle team, hosted a three-week long training camp to help prospective members and the general student body become more familiar with engineering concepts.