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Rachel Haga has won the Sigma Xi Best Undergraduate Research Award, for research done during 2011.
Dr. Lakshmi Sankar was selected by the American Helicopter Society (AHS) to receive their Technical Fellow Award.
AE undergraduate Heidi Hatteberg is the recipient of two prestigious awards given to student-athletes by the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC).
Dr. Robert Roper passed away on February 28, 2012.
The School of Aerospace Engineering received a gift from Marion Burnett that will provide scholarships to AE students through the John Harrison Burnett Endowment Fund.
Professor Prasad has been selected a Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics.
<p>This is a depiction of the tissue-thin LightSail-A that will be deployed Friday, June 5</p>
GT effort is part of the LightSail Mission, sponsored by NASA, The Planetary Society
<p>Dr. Dewey Hodges, selected to receive the ASME Spirit of St. Louis Medal</p>
Longtime aerospace engineering professor is recognized for impact in mechanical engineering
The American Astronautical Society (AAS) tapped GT-AE Prof. Robert "Bobby" Braun for its first-ever Space Technology Award
The American Astronautical Society (AAS) tapped GT-AE Prof. Robert "Bobby" Braun for its first-ever Space Technology Award
A team out of the Aerospace Systems Design Lab designed a better way to enjoy in-flight meals.
The proceedings explore three key topics that are critical to growing Georgia's space economy.
The Center for Space Technology and Research (CSTAR) has recently announced the selection of five Georgia Tech faculty members as 2015 Summer Fellows@JPL.
<p>William R. T. Oakes Professor and AE Chair Dr. Vigor Yang</p>
Yang to officially receive the Medal in November
<p>Distinguished Aerospace Engineering Professor Ben Zinn has the distinction of being the longest serving faculty member at Georgia Tech.</p>
Fifty-one years ago, Ben Zinn was a member of the U.S. national team, playing an exhibition match against England.
Graduate students Tushar Thrivikraman and Chad Patterson, and Georgia Tech professor John Papapolymerou (left to right), hold radar sub-arrays consisting of a flexible polymer substrate, silicon-germanium chips and other electronics. (Photo: Gary Meek)
A new radar system will enable remote mapping of ice formations.
A wind farm in Aalborg, Denmark shows an array of current-generation wind turbines.  The ARPA-E project could help lower the cost of manufacturing and operating future wind turbines by using “circulation control” technology to reduce complexity of the
Technology may reduce cost of building and operating wind turbin

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