AerCo is an organization made up of mainly undergraduate engineers working to design and build a 10-passenger business jet airplane. The goal of AerCo is to apply classroom acquired skills to a real life problem with a finished product in mind.
This organization has no affiliations.
Constitution / Tier
||Currently enrolled in Iowa State University with an interest in research and development of airplanes. Focus in Aerospace Engineering is common but the club is interested in expanding focus into plane interior design, manufacturing roll-out and more. There are technical elective credits available with 1-2 per semester, these credits are allowed through the instructor Dr. Vinay Dayal listed as the course number AerE 490C. Contact the president for current semester's reference number.
||No restrictions for the overall club membership, however, the technical credits require Junior standing and follow Iowa State class policies. Any students interested in this option should contact the club president and their academic adviser with any questions.
||Elections are annually voted on by club members or as positions become available, traditionally voting occurs at the April large group meeting.
||Bi-Weekly full club meetings Wednesday's 6-630 PM Howe 1220
Small group meetings (R/C, Integration and Systems) will meet weekly.
Integration- Thursdays 7-9 PM Hoover 2268
R/C- Tuesdays 6-8 PM Howe Acoustics Lab
Description of Regular Meetings/Activities
Tuesday: 7-8 pm
R/C group: TBD
Description of Special Events