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Professors Koki Ho and Juergen Rauleder named recipients of the Course Instructor Opinion Survey Honor Roll
The School of Aerospace Engineering, CREATE-X, and the School Civil and Environmental Engineering will infuse story-driven learning into their curricula
Former NASA Astronaut and Georgia Tech alumna to join the faculty as a professor of the practice
Among publicly funded universities, the Daniel Guggenheim School's graduate program ranked # 1
Sarah Chu and Madeline Bowne selected as 2021 Matthew Isakowitz Fellows with internship, mentorship, and network opportunities.
Aerospace engineering professor Marilyn Smith to serve as Georgia Tech’s first principal investigator for NASA University Leadership Initiative
Aerospace engineering professor Julian Rimoli and a team of engineers discover the first-ever 3D tensegrity metamaterial
Emily Ku and Catherine Liu selected as Brooke Owens Fellows with interning and mentorship opportunities
As part of the fellowship, each student will receive a summer internship, mentorship, and a $2000 grant
Feron is recognized by AIAA for his career accomplishments and dedication to furthering the AE industry
The Aerospace Engineering School and the Tuskegee Airmen Global Academy partner to bring STEM activities to Atlanta-area K-12 students
AE alumnus Vishnu Sridhar shares his work on NASA’s SuperCam instrument on Perseverance
Professors Tim Lieuwen and Brian German collaborate on the next generation of hybrid aircraft
The Drone Racing League Simulator was recently released with the help of Smith's work.
The Jingle Bellas show off their rocketry skills against real rocket scientists.
Butler-Craig is now working on her doctorate in the High Power Electric Propulsion Lab
"Machine Learning Approaches for Computational Fluid Dynamics of Supercritical Fluid Flows"
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.
Humbled, but undeterred by the COVID pandemic, these Aerospace Engineering School grads have plans for life after Tech