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Kennedy and his research team are in the final stages of creating novel designs for nextgen airplane wings.
Team Coronis and Team HAMMMR submitted the top two airplane design in national competition
The Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering has been ranked in the top 5 nationally for more than a decade
<p>The Cassini spacecraft, which has been orbiting Saturn since 2004, will plunge into Saturn on September 15. <em>(Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech)</em></p>
Michael Staab is one of three people authorized to send commands to Cassini spacecraft.
The AE and Georgia Tech Career Fairs are postponed for the safety of many who will be affected by Hurricane Irma
Longtime AE professor Dr. MItchell Walker is one of six professors to receive the Georgia Power Professor of Excellence
Oefelein comes to AE from Sandia National Lab
Using the Aero Maker Space, three AE students design, manufacture, and test concrete for Mars
Find out more about the many activities planned at Georgia Tech for the August 21 solar eclipse.
Students, faculty, and staff joined together July 27 to help the NASA-funded Georgia Space Grant Consortium package and mail more than 10K solar eclipse safety kits
AE alumnus will be chief engineer for the Black Hawk Modernization
<p>A collaboration between AE professors Joseph H. Saleh and Mitchell L. R. Walker, II has produced a study that opens new options for insurers, manufacturers, and the next generation of space explorers.</p>
A collaboration between Professors Mitchell Walker and Joseph Saleh has produced a study that is tweaking old assumptions about spacecraft propulsion
Marc Canellas is bringing his AE doctorate to Washington, where he will complete a year-long public policy fellowship before starting law school.
AE Prof. Mitchell Walker Testified before Congress About the Future of Electric Propulsion Technology
A NASA-funded study is giving SSDL a chance to collaborate on a Venus mission
Prof. Amy Pritchett to become next chair of the Penn Aerospace Engineering department
Annual award is given to grad students and young professionals whose space careers show promise.
<p>AE Prof. Evangelos Theodorou</p>
A team of researchers from the Schools of Aerospace Engineering and Interactive Computing has received a $100K grant to further its work on autonomous driving
Prof. Eric Feron and AE grad student Mark Mote were among the collaborators on the award-winning paper.
<p>AE grad Patrick T. Biltgen is the winner of the 2017 Neil Armstrong Award from the Astronaut Scholar Foundation</p>
Activity Based Intelligence expert has helped intelligence and military