Research

Inspiring creative research for space habitats and space stations, our faculty address economy, functionality, and aesthetically engineered designs for these zero gravity environments and their technological challenges.

Research

Humans in Space . Spacecrafts . Mission Planning

Combining ingenuity with engineering principles to enable safe and prosperous space habitats and living environments.

Research Excellence

At the interface between humans and extreme environments, our research focuses on logistical transport challenges for people, equipment, and supplies...
Development and conceptualization of space missions; their planning and design are a core research area for our faculty including cost effectiveness...
Spacecraft and Space Habitats
Surmounting challenges of facility construction and operational constraints, we research habitability, performance, and safety in isolated and...
Facilities & Laboratories

Facilities & Laboratories

Housed in the Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture and Design, space architecture facilities are an exceptional springboard for creative design of livable communities in space.

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Centers & Consortia

Centers & Consortia

By its nature, space research is collaborative across academic programs and research. Faculty in space architecture continue to build relationships and join consortia involved in space.

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Industrial Relations

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Industrial Relations