Welcome to Montana Experimental, the ASEA chapter at MSU
What we are about:
Our mission statement is simple: "To provide undergraduate students an opportunity to learn and apply engineering skills and develop aerospace experience on the MSU campus." We desire to have more experience practicing and developing our knowledge based on core engineering principles we are learning in class. This is the basis of what we founded our club for.
What we do:
We are currently working to convert an existing fixed-wing aircraft into a Part 103 compliant aircraft which will allow anyone to fly. It is the first 103 conversion of a Moni aircraft. We require a free flight school for all club members in order to learn the basics of flying and maintaining aircraft. Additionally, we are working to break world records in our powered parachutes. These awesome experimental aircraft are being designed out of next-generation technology. We are using carbon fiber and a custom-designed high-performance engine to break the speed, altitude, and distance flight records possible in our current classification of aircraft. While working on these projects students will be able to acquire hands-on experience in design, machining, testing, and manufacturing.
Who we are:
We are a group of dedicated students at MSU who are excited about expanding our aerospace knowledge and experience. While our club consists of many engineering students, all majors, and students of any academic level are welcome. Our only requirement is a passion for aerospace. We are always looking for new members to expand our avenues of experience. Learn more at mtexp.org.