UKZN CELEBRATES ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL ROCKET LAUNCH

A UKZN-made Phoenix 1 D hybrid rocket demonstrator, carrying experimental sensors and cameras, has been successfully test launched. The rocket, which took off from the Overberg Range in the Western

#WEFLYROCKETS!

The UKZN Aerospace Systems Research Group (ASReG), led by Mechanical Engineering Senior Lecturer Dr Jean Pitot, has released the official video of their recent Phoenix rocket flight test campaign, held in March.  Click HERE to watch the video.

DRIVEN TO ENGINEER SOUTH AFRICA’S AEROSPACE FUTURE

UKZN’s Aerospace Systems Research Group (ASReG) in the School of Engineering is developing the talent of the next generation of rocket scientists to propel South Africa’s space industry forward, and the young engineers moving

PROPELLING AFRICA’S ROCKET SYSTEMS FORWARD

UKZN’s Aerospace Systems Research Group (ASReG) in the School of Engineering is developing the talent of the next generation of rocket scientists to drive South Africa’s space industry forward. Master’s candidate Mr Thabang Mdhluli,

INTERNATIONAL JET ENGINE EXPERT JOINS UKZN

The Discipline of Mechanical Engineering has been boosted by the acquisition of alumnus and former research leader at the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) Professor Glen Snedden.