Robert A. Goehlich
- Adjunct Assistant Professor
- Robert.Goehlich@erau.edu Email
- Department of Engineering and Technology
- Worldwide College of Aeronautics
Areas of Expertise
Born in Berlin, Germany, Dr. Robert A. Goehlich has been an assistant professor at Embry-Riddle Worldwide's Berlin Campus since 2009. He received his doctoral degree in Economics (Dr. rer. pol.) at the European Business School (Oestrich-Winkel, Germany) in 2008. Dr. Goehlich studied Aerospace Engineering at the Technical University Berlin from 1996 to 2000 and received his doctoral degree in Engineering (Dr.-Ing.) in 2003.
Since 2006, he has developed or managed various projects at a leading aerospace company. From 2003 to 2005, Dr. Goehlich created and lectured the world’s first “Space Tourism” Master’s and Ph.D. courses as a visiting professor at Keio University (Yokohama, Japan). He was also involved in JAXA’s Future Space Transportation System Team concerning cost optimization and in NASA’s “Moon, Mars and beyond” vision concerning “Economic Development of Space” project.
He has done research stays and consulting in the fields of jet engines, reusable launch vehicles, and space tourism at the Israel Institute of Technology (Haifa, Israel), at the University of Washington (Seattle, U.S.), at the National Aerospace Laboratory (Tokyo, Japan), and at EADS Space (Kourou Spaceport, French Guiana).
For further information, visit www.goehlich.com.
- D. - Doctoral in Economic Sciences, European Business School Schloss Reichartshausen
- D. - Doctoral in Engineering Sciences, Technische Universitat Berlin
- M. - Master in Engineer: Traffic Science Aerospace Technology, Technische Universitat Berlin
Ratings and Certificates
- MGMT 673: Global Economic Anyl
- BSAB 416: Space Tourism
- AASI 600: Sustainable Avia/Aero Perspect
BSAB 416 Space Tourism
ASCI 512 Space Mission & Launch Operations
ASCI 513 Space Habitation and Life Support Systems
RSCH 670 Research Methods
RSCH 665 Statistical Analysis
ASCI 691 Capstone Project
PMGT 690 Project Management Capstone
ASCI 531 Robotics and Control
PMGT 614 Directing & Controlg Projects
- Pilots for Space Tourism Aeronautics, Graduate Studies - Worldwide (2013)