Georgia Tech ROTC Cadets Experience Summer Training — Space Force Style
AE student Sonia Thakur, a third-year student attended the first-ever U.S. Space Forces-specific field training program for ROTC cadets held at Maxwell Air Force Base, Alabama.
Lieuwen to Give National Academy of Engineering Keynote on Net Zero Pathways
Regents’ Professor Tim Lieuwen to speak at Grand Challenges Summit as leaders explore innovative solutions to global issues.
3 AE Students Receive Prestigious NSF Fellowships for Alien-Hunting, Drone, and Flying Robot Research
As fellows, Alexander Chipps, Satvik Kumar, and Preethi Mysore are considered future leaders in research and teaching.
Four AE School Alumni Selected for 40 Under 40 Honor by Georgia Tech Alumni Association
Kate Gunderson, Prashant Khare, Ion Leahu-Aluas, and Thilini Schlesinger honored for their impact and expertise.
Celebrating AE Student Awards, Scholarships, and Honors; Spring 2023 Edition
Vertical Flight Foundation Scholarships, Most Valuable Professor Award among the latest honors bestowed upon the AE community.
Passion for Flying Primes SGA President for Career in Aviation
AE student Rohan Sohani dreamed of becoming a pilot. While a heart murmur impeded the outgoing SGA president’s plans, he didn’t let it stop him from finding his way into the skies.
Institute Research Awards Honor 4 Engineers, Spaceflight Group
College’s researchers earn recognition for outreach efforts, impactful publishing, expanding Tech’s research portfolio, and more.
John Christian Explores Far Reaches of Space Travel in Paper Nominated for Canopus Award
Christian shares the inspiration behind 'Navigation and Star Identification for an Interstellar Mission'.
Seven Decades in the Making: How Women Are Leading the College into the Future
Meet the 14 women in leadership positions helping chart the College’s course, including Karen Feigh, AE professor and associate chair for research.
Scientist Presents Out of this World Research at International Conference
Assistant Professor Elizabeth Qian presented at the conference a new computational framework for engineering analysis that was applied to the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST)