Payload Support Lab


The mission of the lab (currently under development) will be to provide development, operations, and testing support for university-class space research payloads and instrumentation. 

two students with a payloadPotential research topics in the lab and associated payloads include chemistry- Polymer chain growth and linking, reaction effects, impact on biological and biomechanical processes, accretion – collection time, impacts – lower energy studies, body dynamics – slower motion, more interactions, microgravity solder flow, forced phase change / outgassing, thermodynamics, and TRL verifications.

Lab Information

Phone: To speak to someone about this lab or any of our facilities, call us at 386-226-6100 or 800-862-2416.

Email: Daytona Aviation Labs at dbdeanga@erau.edu

Location: Building 341, On the roof