R. Steve Justice, BSAE '80 at the
2014 AIAA Aviation Conference, Atlanta
AE doctoral student and NSF Fellow
Johnny L. Worthy III
For Johnny L. Worthy, III, it all started with a box of Space Shuttle-themed Legos.®
From traffic monitoring to crop dusting, the potential uses for unmanned autonomous vehicles (UAVs) have ingited the popular imagination.
An article published in the June issue of AIAA's Aerospace America is drawing a lot attention to a new concept, reduced-order modeling, developed by Dr. Marilyn Smith's research group at Georgia Tech.
Prof. Mitchell Walker in the High-Power Electric Propulsion Lab
Join Dean Gary May for an informal hour when he visits the School to listen and answer questions from the faculty and staff.
Join us as for this AE tradition where select students present their research.
"Lagrangian Investigations of Turbulent Dispersion and Mixing Using Petascale Computing"
"A Multi-scale Model for the Thermomechanical Response of Polycrystalline Materials "
Join us for the Ford Day at Georgia Tech -- network with Ramblin Wreck recruiters and check out the Ford cars on display.
"Impact of Engine Icing on Jet Engine Compressor Flow Dynamics"
Join the Annual Co-op & Internship Fair
Leadership lecture series by Ted Colbert
Associate Professor Mitchell Walker in the High-Power Electric Propulsion Lab
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