The Aerospace Engineering Podcast features conversations with engineers and researchers in industry and academia to reveal their fascinating real-world stories of innovation, and provide a glimpse into the future of the industry by discussing cutting-edge research and promising new technologies. The podcast is produced by Rainer Groh, a Research Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering based at the University of Bristol. Rainer is conducting research with academic and industrial partners (e.g. NASA Langley Research Center and Airbus) on the next generation of lightweight aerospace structures using composite materials.
Podcast Ep. #45 – Industrialising Rocket Science with Rocket Factory Augsburg
A conversation with Stefan Brieschenk, COO of Rocket Factory Augsburg
Podcast Ep. #44 – Airflow is Building an eSTOL Aircraft for Middle-Mile Logistics
A conversation with Marc Ausman, co-founder and CEO of Airflow
Podcast Ep. #43 – Dr John Williams on Air-Breathing Rocket Engines
A conversation with Dr John Williams, former design engineer at Reaction Engines
Podcast Ep. #42 – Autonomous Helicopters with Near Earth Autonomy
A conversation with Dr Sanjiv Singh, CEO of Near Earth Autonomy
Podcast Ep. #41 – Alpine Advanced Materials and the Ultralight Nanocomposite Material HX5™
A conversation with Aaron Daniel and Peter Shpik of Alpine Advanced Materials
Podcast Ep. #40 – Earth-observation Satellite Constellations with SatRevolution
A conversation with Damian Jamroz and Grzegorz Marzec of SatRevolution
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Perfect podcast for my major
This podcast really is a great insight on the aerospace community. I plan to major aerospace engineering for college and this podcast allows me to determine whether I want to pursue the career path or not. Amazingly informational and it interviews many big names around aerospace. It deserves more credit/listeners than it currently has. Definitely recommended if you’re interested at all with aerospace engineering.
Pinnacle of Aerospace Topics
This podcast not only presents the information of new up and coming projects and ideas in the aerospace field, but also opens your eyes to the new possibilities and ways in which ever improving technology can be utilized. Truly listening to just one episode of this podcast will make you a better engineer, but on top of that an even bigger dreamer of the possibilities science, engineering and technology are capable of achieving.
I finally found a podcast I love, and this is it. The first couple of recordings weren't very good, just jump in at episode 3 and you'll alright. I've listened to several other aviation / aerospace podcasts and get bored with them. This one is very interesting and seems to make so much sense that I wonder why no one else was doing this before. Keep the conversations coming!