Prof. Costello has been elected to ASME Fellow
AE Chair will give 2016 von Kármán Lecture, Elected to Academia Sinica
Prof. Braun will begin his duties as dean in January 2017
Prof. Pritchett will formally receive this honor Sept.20
Lieuwen will inherit the chair from retiring professor Ben T. Zinn
Clarke received the award for his role as the PI for the RIIVR optimized Profile Descent Arrival Procedure
A collaboration with the School of Interactive Computing
Aerospace engineering grad student Evan Harrison has been selected as the 2016 Department of Transportation Student of the Year for the FAA Centers of Excellence.
Professor Dave Spencer and his team of researchers have cleared another hurdle on their way to launching Prox-1, the highly-engineered satellite that has been given a spot aboard the SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket this fall.
The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) has named two GT-AE faculty, Dr. John-Paul Clarke and Dr. Marilyn J. Smith, to its 2016 class of AIAA Fellows.
History came home to roost at Georgia Tech on February 4 when the iconic Olympus 593 turbojet engine -- the guts of the supersonic Concorde jet -- was officially unveiled in the foyer of the Aerospace Systems Design Lab (ASDL).
We always thought working and going to school at GT-AE was a first class experience.
A crowd of faculty, staff, alumni and friends gathered at GT-AE January 11 to pay homage and bid good-bye to longtime Georgia Space Grant Consortium (GSGC) program manager Wanda Pierson.
Combustion research initiated by Dr. Wenting Sun has been chosen to receive a $360,000 grant from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) through its Young Investigator Research Program (YIP).
Professor John-Paul Clarke has received the Commander’s Award for Public Service from the Army Science Board (ASB).
The National Academy of Engineering (NAE) has selected GT-AE professor Robert Braun to serve on two committees, each charged with making significant contributions to future practices in the field.
When the opportunity to launch is offered, you have to be ready to act. Just ask GT-AE professor Brian Gunter.
When Joachim Hodara defends his doctoral dissertation in February, it won't be the first time he's been grilled on the subject.
They have studied theories that would have given Einstein a headache and they've pored over homework problems that took all night to decipher. Now - on December 11 and 12 - the final contingent of the Class of 2015 will graduate from GT-AE.
The winner of the Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) competition, Jonathan Walker, is the first person to tell you his doctoral dissertation - "Electrical Facility Effects on Hall Effect Thruster Operation" - qualifies as "rocket science" in every sense of the phr