Assistant Professor of CEE and Architecture Caitlin Muller, rising sophomore Zoe Lallas and postdoc Valentina Sumini participated in the winning project of the NASA Revolutionary Aerospace Systems Concepts-Academic Linkage Design Competition Forum. The project, called Managed, Reconfigurable, In-space Nodal Assembly (MARINA), was designed as a commercially owned and operated space station. Mueller served as a faculty advisor, Lallas was a member of the design team, and Sumini contributed to the architectural concept. Read more on MIT News.