AFRL Student Challenge
Welcome to the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Student Challenge Capstone Project!
The Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) is facing challenges in growing and maintaining strategic skill sets in its workforce, particularly in the key disciplines of Aerospace, Materials, Mechanical, Electrical, Computer, Software Development, and Engineering Mechanics.
The AFRL Senior Capstone Project has been established to address these challenges by having senior engineering students work projects in research areas that represent specific technical challenges to AFRL, and meet the universities’ engineering departmental requirements for a senior “capstone project”.
The purpose of this program is to provide students with the opportunity to work on projects with the Air Force Research Laboratory, learn more about AFRL technical needs, and to connect AFRL personnel and students for potential future opportunities in employment and research.
This section is under construction. Please direct any questions to JamesGilland@oai.org. Problem statements are being updated.
- Robotic Sentry Using All-Terrain Wheelchair Platform
- Making Gradient Index Optical Devices
- Shaped Nano Particle Production
- In Flight Operation of Nonintrusive High Speed Flow Diagnostics
- RC Aircraft Models Detection
- Modular UAV Engine Air Particle Separator
- Beyond 5G Challenge
- Hail-Airfoil Impact
- Modeling Next-Generation Quantum Emitters and Sensors