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Dr. Mitchell Walker II has been selected to participate in the National Academy of Engineering's (NAE) 20th annual U.S. Frontiers of Engineering (USFOE) symposium.
Lt. Jenny Lentz Moore, AE '05, accelerates from zero to 150 mph in about two seconds.
Human exploration of Mars may be possible if we commit sufficient resources and technology, says Dr. Robert Braun a member of the technical committee that contributed to the 286-page Pathways to Exploration report.
The Joint Army Navy NASA Air Force (JANNAF) Interagency Propulsion Committee this week announced that Dr. Vigor Yang, the AE chair, has been chosen to receive a special Lifetime Achievement Award.
AE alumnus R. Steven Justice in his job as the director for the Georgia Center for Innovation in Aerospace.
Maintaining and improving our country's aeronautics program in an increasingly competitive world was the subject of a June 18 talk by Dr. Jaiwon Shin, NASA's associate administrator for the Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate.
Dr. Amy Pritchett was widely consulted by national media to comment on the NRC report, which called attention to a common scheduling practice that allows air traffic controllers to work four shifts in five days.
For Johnny L. Worthy, III, it all started with a box of Space Shuttle-themed Legos.®
A 4-page report, co-authored by AE's Dr. J. P. Clarke, also maps out a research agenda that could address those challenges and launch a new era in air transport.
Aerospace engineering graduate student Alek Gavrilovski has been recognized by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) with a PEGASAS Outstanding Student Researcher Award
An article published in the June issue of AIAA's Aerospace America is drawing a lot attention to a new concept, reduced-order modeling, developed by Dr. Marilyn Smith's research group at Georgia Tech.
Aviation experts from industry, academia, and government will converge on Georgia Tech's School of Aerospace Engineering June 3-5 for the Second Annual Meeting of the Partnership to Enhance General Aviation Safety, Accessibility, and Sustainability.
Aviation experts from industry, academia, and government will converge on Georgia Tech's School of Aerospace Engineering June 3-5 for the Second Annual Meeting of the Partnership to Enhance General Aviation Safety, Accessibility, and Sustainability.
Julian Rimoli was invited to the prestigious ETH Zurich, where his “game” has been incorporated into the engineering curriculum and his thoughts on educational app design were the subject of a well-attended talk.
Dr. Massimo Ruzzene began a year-long stint in Washington, DC as a program director for the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Several GT Aerospace Engineering faculty were honored by industry and their peers at the American Helicopter Society’s 70th Annual Forum and Technology Display.
AE Chair and W. R. T. Oakes Professor Dr. Vigor Yang has been chosen to receive the prestigious Worcester Reed Warner Medal for "outstanding contributions to the permanent literature of engineering."
Admiral James A. "Sandy" Winnefeld, Jr.gave hundreds masters and doctoral students their final send-off May 2, as the keynote speaker for the Georgia Institute of Technology's Graduate School Commencement program.
The lifelong accomplishments of AE alumnus Mauricio J. Guadamuz were celebrated when the Georgia Legislature issued an official proclamation commending the Lockheed Martin systems engineer at a Statehouse ceremony.
Dozens of government, academic and aerospace industry leaders converged on Georgia Tech this week for the Aerospace Systems Design Lab (ASDL) annual External Advisory Board meeting, held April 28-29.

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