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The NAE member and Regents Professor becomes the sixth AE faculty member selected for the prestigious literature award.
The named chair will enable the longtime AE professor and researcher to deepen the scope of his work.
The Maryland native will travel to France this summer to work at the prestigious Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique.
Humbled, but undeterred by the COVID pandemic, these Aerospace Engineering School grads have plans for life after Tech
After a 40+- year career at the Daniel Guggenheim School, Jagoda will retire in December, but we think we'll see him again.
The 1992 Daniel Guggenheim grad will work alongside CHBE grad, Robyn Gatens, on an historic NASA mission
Now at NASA Langley, Crane was recognized for "Preliminary Active Subspace Investigation of a Commercial Supersonic Design Space."
The Aerospace Engineering School welcomes its newest Clark Scholar
Great academics, great comfort food attracted Air Force Academy graduate to Tech
Burger Bowl Field hosted a fall tradition, as socially distanced first- and second-year AE students gathered to launch their rockets
Students with career questions are invited to sign up to speak with someone who's been there already.
The two-year fellowship is dedicated to strengthening evidence-based teaching and learning at Georgia Tech.
Realistic drone racing simulations were made possible by Smith's work
Lieuwen was one of the 163 top researchers named to the 2020 Class of APS Fellows
Improving the Human Condition was the theme of Cabrera's address, made to campus on September 22
Aerospace Engineering Students Triumph in AIAA Propulsion Forum Competition
Gunter and other AIAA Associate Fellows will be formally inducted in January
Aviation Week also lauded the Daniel Guggenheim School in its recent survey.
The Lockheed Martin Associate Professor of Avionics Integration will be formally celebrated by AIAA in January