H.N. Slater Associate Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics
areas of expertise: electric space propulsion, rocket propulsion, small satellites, focused ion beams
Paulo C. Lozano holds a PhD in space propulsion from MIT (2003). In 2006, he was appointed to the faculty of MIT’s Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics where he is currently an associate professor.
His main interests are plasma physics, space propulsion, ion beam physics, small satellites and nanotechnology. In 2007, he received MIT’s Karl Chang Innovation award for his work in electrochemical microfabrication on porous metals and in 2008 received the Young Investigator Program Award by the AFOSR for his work in electrospray propulsion. He has published more than 50 conference and journal publications and teaches subjects in space and rocket propulsion, fluid mechanics and plasma physics.
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