What Does the Next Decade Look Like for Space Exploration?

What Does the Next Decade Look Like for Space Exploration?

James Rains, Magnus Egerstedt, Glenn Lightsey, Steve McLaughlinWhat does Georgia Tech think? Answering that question on the most recent edition of The Uncommon Engineer are, from left, James Rains, Magnus Egerstedt, E. Glenn Lightsey, and Steve McLaughlin.


Hosted by College of Engineering dean Steve McLaughlin, The Uncommon Engineer is a podcast that regularly invites the public to think out loud with some of the sharpest minds of our generation. Each edition tackles meaty topics ranging from healthcare to the environment to data privacy in our digital world.

In this, the most recent edition of The Uncommon Engineer, McLaughlin asked innovators from three different engineering disciplines to weigh in on the trends in space exploration, medical technology, and robotics that will shape the next decade:

  • Dr. E. Glenn Lightsey - Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering professor and director of the Center for Space Technology And Research (CSTAR),
  • Dr. James Rains - Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering’s Capstone Program director
  • Dr. Magnus Egerstedt - School of Electrical and Computer Engineering professor and chair

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