Aerospace
Research Lab

Aerospace
Research Lab


Space is the NEXT BIG destination of humanity! With private players taking giant leaps in space travel, it evident that the second space race is going on and aerospace has become has become one of the in-demand disciplines in today’s era.

Our aerospace research lab provides exposure to the basic and the most advanced concepts in aerospace as well as present and future challenges in aerospace engineering. Innovators at DiscoverSTEM gain great insights on design and engineering of aircraft, spacecraft, satellites and then indulge further towards solving some real-world challenges in this field.

At our Aerospace Research Lab, we provide our students:

Domain-specific
training.

Activities to understand
domain concepts.

One large project at
the end of the module.

Domain-specific
training.

Activities to understand
domain concepts.

One large project at the end of the module.

We leave our students by introducing them to some of the most pressing problems
in aerospace domain, encouraging them to find a solution to it later in their lives.

We leave our students by introducing them to some of the most pressing problems in aerospace domain, encouraging them to find a solution to it later in their lives.

Some of the remarkable innovations made by DiscoverSTEM students at
our Aerospace Research Lab are:

Some of the remarkable innovations made by DiscoverSTEM students at our Aerospace Research Lab are:

Relay based system to
launch a projectile

(Winner of 1st prize at NASA Ames Space Settlement Challenge-2018)

Read Patent Details:

Google Patents | Bibliography

Automated Aircraft Tray Table Disinfecting System Using Ultra-Violet light

This innovation was ‘Alternate Finalist’ at Conrad Spirit of Innovation Challenge-2018, held at NASA Kennedy Space Center.

Read Patent Details:

Google Patents | Bibliography

Deep sea pressure based projectile
launching system

(Patent Pending)
(This innovation is the winner of 2nd prize at NASA Ames Space Settlement Challenge-2017)

Receiver and Transmitter
of Enroute Aircraft Data

(Patent Pending)

Hisham Ahmad - CMO

I am a 14-year-old freshman attending Brighter Horizons Academy in Garland, Texas. I have extensive experience with marketing, as I have been a part of various companies and mentorships. I graduated from the DiscoverStem program, allowing new doors to open up for me, and change the way I see things. The DiscoverStem program has also given me more experience with concepts such as patents, invention, and innovation, as well as inspiration to use these skills to help the world around us.

DiscoverSTEM founders Mirza Rizwan and Mirza Faizan have made history by becoming the first Indian to win the coveted George Washington Honor Medal from the Freedoms Foundation – USA.

Started in 1949 by former US President Dwight D. Eisenhower, Freedoms Foundation honors exceptional contributions of Americans towards communities in the USA. Generally reserved for the US citizens, the awarding organization made an exception to recognize the stellar research work and its impact of India’s Mr. Rizwan in designing and implementing a unique STEM & Innovation program for American children, thereby revolutionizing the education system in the USA.

Few of the other notable non-US citizens who have received George Washington Honor Medal include Ms. Margaret Thatcher (Former Prime Minister of United Kingdom), Lech Walesa (Former President of Poland and Noble Prize winner) and world-renowned Russian writer Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. As the latest recipients of this prestigious honor, Mirza brothers join historically acclaimed group of citizens whose work and dedication advance the American ideals, the award letter says.

Some of the distinguished US citizens who have received this award for their stellar contributions in their field are Walt Disney, Astronauts Sally Ride and John Glenn, Capt. Sully Sullenberger, Athletes like Arthur Ashe, George Foreman and Tiger Woods and famous US educator Jaime Escalante.