AERE362 Aerospace Systems Integration


Welcome to the AerE 362 course homepage for sections taught by Professor Wei. This course offers junior-level undergraduate students the opportunity to participate in a design experience focusing on electrical personal aircraft system.

This course emphasizes on impact of component interfaces in aerospace systems. This course helps students understand how changes in variables associated with individual components impact the performance of the aerospace system. Specific integration challenges include: capturing implicit disciplinary interactions (e.g. structuresaerodynamics, propulsionaerodynamics, etc.), propagating tolerances through the system (i.e. uncertainty modeling), balancing component attributes in the system objective.

This website contains basic information about the AERE362 class, including contact information for the instructor and teaching assistant, the syllabus, and the class schedule.


Canvas is used for the distribution and collection of lecture notes, homework/project assignments, homework solutions, etc. Students must register for AERE362 to access this information at Canvas.

Lecture times and location

  • Lectures for all students are on MWF, 1:10pm-2:00pm in Howe Hall, Room 2228.

  • The 2018 Spring semester is from 01/08/2018 to 05/04/2018.


Professor Peng Wei
Tel: (515)294-8215
2333 Howe Hall
Office hours: Monday and Wednesday 2:00pm-3:00pm