News Archive

Grant will support Butler-Craig's research, “Characterization of Inner Front Pole Cover Erosion in Center Mounted Cathode Hall Thrusters using Thompson Scattering”
ASDL's Marine Robotics uses a systems approach to develop autonomous boats
A student of Prof. Dimitri Mavris, Diaz hopes to defend his doctoral dissertation by December
AE doctoral student and lab manager Lee Whitcher explains how responding to COVID was not rocket science. It was teamwork. And a lot of engieering.
A longtime protege of Prof. Mitchell Walker, Corrado will use the support to study fluid dynamics of Hall Thrusters
Georgia Tech President Cabrera recorded a video greeting for students returning to their schoolwork without returning to their school.
The March 26 launch of the AtlasV rocket will be the first for the newly formed U.S. Space Force.
Now pursuing his Ph.D. at the Imperial College London, Jagtap joins former listmakers Greta Thunberg, Daniel Radcliffe, and Dev Patel
Among publicly funded universities, the Daniel Guggenheim School's graduate program ranked # 1
The USG announced that all 26 institutions, including Tech, will move to online instruction
The five-year $500K award will support Chen's work in robotics
The ASDL Team received the Student Partnership Award at the GTPD's Annual Awards Ceremony
Rimoli's metamaterial research could lead to a better running shoe
The AE School team took home first-place overall in both the Micro and the Advanced competitions
Presentation was a part of the Aerospace Europe Conference (AEC)
Doctoral student Naia Butler Craig lauds Johnson's powerful legacy in a Washington Post essay
Students in the Intro to AE class launched their rockets this week
General John Raymond spoke extensively with SSDL faculty and students during his daylong visit to Tech
The 72-year-old AE (and ME) alumnus is committed to children and bikes
Oefelein is one of 27 elected by the CI to Fellow status