About Cal AIAA


The AIAA at Cal offers students unique opportunities to pursue projects in aeronautics and astronautics. Although UC Berkeley does not have an aerospace engineering major, many students are still interested in such fields and come to our club to explore them. We also host technical talks and infosessions with NASA and aerospace companies as well as internship panels and workshops.

Our project teams include the NASA Sponsored Robo-OpsDesign, Build, and Fly (DBF), and our past initiative with the ESA, CubeSAT

Purpose Statement: The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics at Berkeley will serve to provide members of the University of California at Berkeley community with education, experience, and opportunity in fields such as but not limited to aeronautics, astronautics, aerospace engineering, and aeronautical engineering through ranges of activities that will promote leadership, professional development, and innovation.

Recent News:

  • Cal DBF placed 55th out of ___ teams this past Spring semester!
  • Cal RoboOps received a NASA grant to fund our lunar rover for competition this Summer!

Similar groups on campus: SESB, ASAE, SkyCal (Links)

© Aaron Wienkers — CalAIAA 2014