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The Center for Science, Technology, And Research (C-STAR) is one of seven newly created Interdisciplinary Research Centers (IRCs) recently named by the Executive Vice President for Research.
In the Fall issue of Georgia Tech's Research Horizons magazine, writer Rick Robinson talks with several GT faculty and students about research on autonomous technology that is opening up new possibilities in air, marine and ground robotic vehicles
<p>This photo was snapped after Gross took her first solo  flight (no instructor!) The plane is a Cessna 150.</p>
Right about the time most of her high school classmates were fretting about prom, permits, and PSATs, Katherine "Katie" Gross was obsessed with getting her license.
<p><em><strong>Twenty GT-AE undergraduates were inducted into the Georgia Tech chapter of Sigma Gamma Tau. Congratulations to these young scholars!</strong></em></p>
The Georgia Tech chapter of Sigma Gamma Tau, the honor society for aerospace engineers, inducted 20 new members during ceremonies held at the Bill Moore Student Success Center on November 5.
<p>Dr. Mavris is a professor in the School of Aerospace Engineering and director of the Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory (ASDL).</p>
A new partnership with Dassault Systèmes will allow GT-AE’s Aerospace Systems Design Lab (ASDL) to enhance the training of next generation aerospace engineers using the company’s powerful A&D Industry-based 3D Experiences.
<p><strong><em>GT-AE undergraduate Henderson Johnson, II, was one of 25 students, Institute-wide, who who competed for the title Mr. Georgia Tech.</em></strong></p>
Just when we thought Homecoming 2015 couldn't get better, in walks Henderson Johnson, II.
<p><em>Dr. Christopher Jones, AE '86, is seen here at his 2015 induction to the Georgia Tech College of Engineering Academy of Distinguished Engineering Alumni. A week later, Jones was selected as an Associate Fellow by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.</em></p>
GT-AE alumnus Christopher Jones has been named as the 2016 Black Engineer of the Year Award (BEYA) by Black Engineer magazine.
<p><strong>Jackets Color Analyst Sean Bedford</strong>, right, <em>is seen here with his colleague, <strong>Brandon Gaudin</strong>, The Voice of the Yellow Jackets</em></p>
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While Matt Damon's latest flick, "The Martian" paints an fantastic version of what life on the Red Planet might be like, several Georgia Tech professors can put a more detailed prediction together.
<p><em>Prof. Pui-Kuen Yeung's paper, </em>“<a href="http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2015/09/29/1517368112"><strong><em>Extreme Events in Computational Turbulence</em>,"</strong></a> <em>was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science this week</em></p>
Foundational research in turbulent fluid flows headed up by Professor P.K. Yeung has been published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).
<p><strong>Helen B. and Roger A. Krone</strong> <em>are longtime supporters of the Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering. Of their latest act of philanthropy, Roger Krone commented, "“We are pleased that this helped push AE over the top. I am not sure we deserve any special recognition, as each dollar in the Campaign is important.”</em></p>
A recent provision made by Helen and Roger A. Krone, AE '78, has enabled the Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering to significantly increase its commitment to faculty support and exceed its11-year, $25 million Campaign goal.
To Infinity & Beyond: GT-AE Faculty, Alums, & Friends are Defining the Future
<p><em>2015 Sloan Scholars and mentors gathered on Sept. 21 to meet with Sloan Foundation program manager, Elizabeth Boylan, CoE dean, Gary May, and program director Stephen Ruffin.</em></p>
Three of the eight students chosen to receive highly selective 2015 awards from the Georgia Tech University Center of Exemplary Mentoring (GT-UCEM) are from the Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering.
<p>William R. T. Oakes Professor and AE Chair Dr. Vigor Yang</p>
The undergraduate program of the Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering has been ranked # 2 in the nation, according to the just-released U.S. News & World Report's America's Best Colleges guide.
The development of flexible landing gear for rotorcraft shows promise for a large number of applications -- from military vehicle landings at sea to medical rescues in rough terrain.
The week of September 13 through 18 is a busy one for any career-minded student in the Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering. Dozens of internship, co-op, and employment recruiters are on campus, looking for the right stuff.
The American Helicopter Society International recently announced that three GT-AE-based teams took home top honors and about $3,750 in prize money in the 32nd Annual Student Design Competition.
Northrop Grumman recruiter Dr. Matthew Clark gave GT-AE students something of a six-second "pop quiz" on resume basics Aug. 25.
Whether you are new to GT-AE or a proverbial rocket scientist, there are some changes happening at the Georgia Tech Library that may surpise you.
<p>Dr. Marilyn J. Smith</p>
Prof. Marilyn Smith has been appointed to serve as an associate editor of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Journal.

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