With over 30 award-winning faculty members and eight areas of major focus, the breadth and depth of the research expertise at Carleton Aerospace is extraordinary.
Carleton Aerospace is one of the largest and the most comprehensive academic aerospace research programs in Canada with a wide range of unique, state-of-the-art research facilities.
Carleton University is recognized internationally as a leader in aerospace education and research, with renowned achievements and firsts in the fields of aerospace and aeronautics.
MAE Students and Faculty Hit the Road!!!
On Friday March 3, 2017, twenty-one graduate and undergraduate students from the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering made their way to Toronto to visit Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Canada Inc.... More
MSC STUDENT OPPORTUNITY IN UAV-BORNE RADIOMETRICS
Performance of a UAV-borne Directional Gamma Spectrometer Carleton University (Ottawa, Ontario) An opportunity exists for a geophysics or physics student to perform their M.Sc. thesis work at the Geological Survey... More
Carleton Offering UAV/Drone Professional Short Course with NAV CANADA
Carleton University’s Faculty of Engineering and Design and NAV CANADA have teamed up to offer a joint Professional Short Course on uninhabited aerial vehicles (UAVs), commonly referred to as drones.... More
Carleton’s rotorcraft research honored at the Annual Forum of the American Helicopter Society
18 May 2016, West Palm Beach, FL Carleton University is a Canadian leader in rotorcraft research and education, which has been recognized on 18 May 2016 at the world’s leading... More
Carleton Earns Innovation Award at Unmanned Systems Canada Student Competition
Carleton University’s Blackbird UAV Team has been awarded a prize for innovation at the 2016 Unmanned Aerial Systems Student Competition. Blackbird UAV was one of 14 student teams from across... More
‘The Next Silicon Valley’ looks at Canadian aerospace innovation ecosystem
Carleton Aerospace is mentioned as being part of an aerospace ecosystem in Canada. Read the article by The Next Silicon Valley
Research on UAS surveying published in international trade journal
The March 2016 issue of the trade journal “The Leading Edge” features a magnetic geophysical survey done using an unmanned air system (UAS) in Alberta. This project was part of... More