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GSGC supports the state’s aerospace industry and helps students shoot for the stars
The graduating master's student gave the Reflections Talk at Tech's Master's Commencement Ceremony
The VRX competition is an international, university-level competition held in Singapore, Dec. 4-6
Ravikumar's paper was one of 300 submitted to the prestigious conference and one of only 14 selected as a finalist
After earning two degrees from the AE School, Patterson engineered a new way to deliver rural health care as a physician
Georgia Tech paid homage to its unique group of Miss Universes when the celebrated competition was held in Atlanta
Find out what AE grads are doing with those degrees
Two tests last month in Douglas County have brought the YJSP closer to their ultimate goal
More than 40 student-led teams from seven schools and two colleges competed in the Fall event
The first-year grad student is studying electric propulsion under Prof. Mitchell Walker
Keynote by former NASA Administrator (and astronaut!) Charles Bolden Jr. inspired a standing-room-only audience
Prof. Saleh's Safety & Accident Causation class to present results of semester-long review of safety
Sublett recognized for his research on space suits
A constellation of CubeSats will help the SWARM-EX team to answer fundamental questions and test new technology
Zanella and fellow AE grad student Darshan Sarojini vied for the top spot in the November 14 finals
Evangelos Theodorou and his collaborators have been funded by the NSF to design an autopilot that will replace human heroics with solid engineering
Hsu earned his master's and doctoral degrees at the Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering
The AE School will be celebrating Komerath's 41-year Tech career at a private reception Nov. 5
The longtime chair of the AE School Advisory Council was a force to be reckoned with
More than 100 information technology experts from academia and industry attended conference in Spain