News Archive

<p>Building Blocks of the Strategic Plan</p>
Georgia Tech has released the draft of its strategic plan document for community feedback and is accepting applications for working groups.
Harrison Delecki and Abhishek Khandal will each intern at aerospace companies and receive a full year of professional mentorship
Three Georgia Tech faculty also among the 87 to be inducted in 2020
The Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering did not stop these people from finding love. Go figure.
The five-year, $500K grant will fund Ho's research on new engineering methodologies
In this edition of The Uncommon Engineer podcast, CoE dean Steve McLaughlin and AE professor E. Glenn Lightsey talk about what's possible.
The lunar rover will be on display in the Future of Spaceflight gallery
Seven of the 40 women selected for the 2020 Fellowship are from Georgia Tech's College of Engineering
Smith recognized for technical research and leadership in the field of computational aerodynamics and aeroelasticity
Each student will receive $1,500 to pursue their research at the AE School
A student team of Georgia Tech aerospace engineers present their award-winning paper
The managing officer of Tronos Aviation and AESAC member to focus on safety for wheelchairs
World-wide study shows ice sheet loss is more rapid than previously predicted
Palgrave Communications' publication of "Statistical Reliability Analysis for a Most Dangerous Occupation: Roman Emperor" makes world-wide impact
Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering graduate John Young remembered as the most experienced astronaut in history
ASDL researchers are developing technology that will reduce CO2 emissions and noise pollution produced by aircraft
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