Courses taught by Prof. Gökçin Çınar at the University of Michigan.
NEW - AEROSP 740 - Complex Systems Design & Integration
Examines advanced design methodologies applied to complex aerospace systems to analyze, understand, and optimize their behavior. Includes instruction in the design of experiments, surrogate modeling, machine learning, sensitivity analysis, and multicriteria decision-making techniques. Applications include sustainable aircraft systems design, such as electrified aircraft propulsion sizing and synthesis. Offers projects that allow students to address open-ended, real-world problems across a broad spectrum of sustainable aerospace system applications.
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AEROSP 481 - Aircraft Design
Multidisciplinary integration of aerodynamics, performance, stability and control, propulsion, structures and aeroelasticity in a system approach aimed at designing an aircraft for a set of specifications. Team based projects are overseen and graded by faculty and may also involve mentoring by representatives from external organizations.
AEROSP 388 - Aerospace Tools & Methods (MBSE)
Comprehensive teachings in Aerospace tools and methods, and statistical modeling, featuring Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE). Physical and virtual veriﬁcation and validation (V&V) methods will be taught, emphasizing correlation of virtual modeling to physical testing. Root cause analysis and Six Sigma tools and process are included to put V&V into context.