Prof. Clark's research is focused on the challenges that humans face during space exploration missions. Specifically he focuses on astronaut biomedical issues, space human factors, human sensorimotor/neurovestibular function and adaptation, interaction of human-autonomous systems, mathematical models of spatial orientation perception, and human-in-the-loop experiments.
bioastronautics, orientation perception, sensory adaptation, neurovestibular, aerospace human factors
ASEN 2004 - Aerospace 4: Aerospace Vehicle Design and Performance
Introduction to design and analysis of aircraft and spacecraft. Aircraft topics include cruise performance, wing design, propulsion, stability, control, and structures. Spacecraft topics includerocket staging, orbit selection, launch systems, and spacecraft subsystems. Includes laboratory experiments and team design exercises. Offered spring only.
ASEN 5519 - Selected Topics
Reflects upon specialized aspects of aerospace engineering sciences. Course content is indicated in the online Class Search. May be repeated up to 9 total credit hours. Recommended prerequisite: varies.