Ron Madler of Aerospace Engineering spent summer 2005 at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory working with a team of students on a satellite project. 

Research Types

Satellite Research

Ron Madler of Aerospace Engineering spent summer 2005 at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory working with a team of students on a satellite project. In 2006 he spent five months at NASA's Johnson Space Center working with researchers on low orbit debris to determine if it poses a threat to spacecraft. His work also includes working with multiple student teams in the NASA Space Grant Consortium.

Research Dates

Ongoing

Researchers

Dr. Ronald Madler

Professor, Dean
Campus: Prescott
College: Prescott College of Engineering
Department: Aerospace Mechanical Engr Dept
Office Building: PC-BLDG 74
Office Location: 322
Phone: 928-777-3896
E-mail: madler@erau.edu

Dr. Madler is a Professor of Aerospace Engineering. His areas of expertise are space mechanics and orbital space debris. He also leads the Prescott Campus NASA Space Grant efforts.