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Dr. Ray Sedwick, assistant professor, aerospace engineering

Dr. Ray Sedwick, assistant professor, aerospace engineering

 

Dr. Ray Sedwick is an assistant professor in the Aerospace Engineering Department and comes from the MIT Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics where he was the Associate Director of the MIT Space Systems Laboratory. Sedwick also obtained his SM and PhD at MIT. His research interests include space power and propulsion, and specifically the application of nuclear fission and fusion to space transportation. Dr. Sedwick will teach classes on space propulsion at both the undergraduate and graduate levels in the Aerospace Department.



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August 21, 2007


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