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Launch your future

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Aerospace engineers play a key role in the advancement of society, performing work that touches our lives in countless ways beyond aircraft and spacecraft design alone. 

With a stellar reputation and strong research focus that yields real-world breakthroughs, the University of Minnesota (UMN) Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics (AEM) Department is the premier destination for transforming active learners into lifelong contributors.

The AEM department seeks to fill a Tenure-track Faculty Position in Experimental Fluid Dynamics or Experimental Solid Mechanics. View our employment page for more details or apply here.

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Updates on Covid-19

The University of Minnesota is closely monitoring the emerging public health concern involving the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). The University’s top priority remains the health, safety, and well-being of our University community.

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The AEM Office is closed and staff are working remotely. If you need assistance, please email aem-dept@umn.edu.

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CSE student and future astronaut shoots for the stars

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AEM alum helps Emerson launch a new generation of analytical and measurement single-use instruments.