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AE graduate programs rated #5 nationally.
The Georgia Tech Center for Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL) has announced that AE Professor Amy Pritchett has been chosen to receive the 2014 Curriculum Innovation Award.
Will he build vehicles that travel the galaxy or make films that showcase the stars? AE graduate student Omid Nabipour is keeping his options open.
NASA's National Council of Space Grant Directors (NCSGD) announced March 1 that it has elected AE Associate Professor Dr. Stephen Ruffin as its new chair.
Georgia Tech has recently obtained 10,000 licenses for 3DEXPERIENCE, a software platform created by Dassault Systèmes, that will allow students, researchers, and industry professionals to expand their collaborative work in the fields of design authoring,
Truss Me!, an educational app developed by Aerospace Engineering faculty Julian Rimoli, is attracting a growing number of fans – from teenagers curious about what science can teach them to college educators curious about how to better teach science.
The president of Atlanta-based SpaceWorks Engineering came to Georgia Tech on Feb. 20 to deliver a talk, "Torpor-inducing Transfer Habitat for Human Stasis to Mars" before a packed crowd.
Celebrating National Engineers Week with pizza and problems
AE faculty Dr. Julian Rimoli has been selected as one of the 2014 recipients of the Lockheed Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching.
A paper co-authored by AE professor Timothy Lieuwen and AE research engineers Benjamin Emerson and Vishal Archarya, has been recognized as one of the Top 10 Most Read articles in the area of fluid mechanics for 2013.
Dr. Bobby Braun was elected to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) for contributions to space exploration and technologies for entering planetary atmospheres from space.
A NASA-funded project focused on designing a truss-braced wing that is not compromised by the weight penalty normally associated with conventional designs. The result is expected to burn substantially less fuel by 2030.
<p>First Shuttle pilot Robert Crippen</p>
First Shuttle pilot, Capt. Robert Crippen headlines Gebhardt Lecture
Prof. Ben Zinn selected for the AIAA 2014 Reed Aeronautics Award
Prof. Ben Zinn selected for the AIAA 2014 Reed Aeronautics Award
<p>Ruzzene and his researchers with a standard football helmet.</p>
Four students who took Massimo Ruzzene’s graduate course in experimental structural dynamics have redesigned a football helmet to prevent injury.
<p>This is the medal that Dr. Wassim Haddad received from the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA).</p>
AE's Dr. Wassim Haddad named new David Sloan Lewis Professorship
The National Research Council recently announced it has selected Dr. Karen Feigh to serve on its prestigious Aeronautics and Space Engineering Board (ASEB).
Prof. Suresh Menon Named 2013 AAAS Fellow
Nicholas Picon, Fourth-year AE Major &amp; SGA President, Wins Marshall Scholoarship