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The American Helicopter Society International recently announced that three GT-AE-based teams took home top honors and about $3,750 in prize money in the 32nd Annual Student Design Competition.
Northrop Grumman recruiter Dr. Matthew Clark gave GT-AE students something of a six-second "pop quiz" on resume basics Aug. 25.
Whether you are new to GT-AE or a proverbial rocket scientist, there are some changes happening at the Georgia Tech Library that may surpise you.
Seven students enrolled in the School of Aerospace Engineering have been tapped to receive the Presidents Undergraduate Research Award (PURA) this fall, enabling them to continue special projects they have already launched with faculty advisors.
Brandon Ringfield, a Lithia Springs High School student, is one of several students who will return to GT-AE this summer for the Science Technology and Engineering Pipeline (STEP) camp, sponsored by GT-AE and the Georgia Space Grant Consortium.
A $7 million contract awarded to GTRI from the Air Force Space & Missile Center will enable to development of design tools that will better predict combustion stability in liquid rocket engines.
The professional contributions and life accomplishments of three School of Aerospace Engineering grads took center stage April 25, when the College of Engineering honored them at the 2015 Alumni Awards Induction Ceremony.
More than 100 faculty and students attended the ASDL' s External Advisory Board Meeting where they made presentations on current and future research projects. The critiques that followed were dominated by comments like "forward-thinking," "exhaustive" and
Charles Bolden gave a speech before the the graduating GT-AE seniors Wednesday night.
<p>Matthew Miller and Marc Canellas are vice president and president of the Graduate Student Government Association for 2015-16. Both are pursuing a Ph.D. in aerospace engineering.</p>
The SGA graduate president and vice president answered a few questions on their goals, career aspirations, and lives as students.
<p>GT grad Dr. Matthew Clark told a capacity crowd of students how they can survive the scariest test of their lives: the six-second resume review. Clark, second from left, is seen here with students from the School of Aerospace Engineering School Advisory Council who sponsored his visit to AE&gt;</p>
Students gained insight into the resume review process just in time for the GT Career Fair
An airplane developed by Tom Neuman, MSAE '15, has won top honors in the graduate division of NASA's 2014-15 University Design Challenge: All-electric Aviation Vehicle competition.
Braun called planetary exploration one of America's "crown jewels"
Their longstanding commitment to STEM outreach has earned Prof. Stephen Ruffin and program manager Wanda G. Pierson special recognition from the Cooperative Developmental Energy Program (CDEP) of Fort Valley State University.
The National Institute of Aerospace (NIA) has named GT-AE's Dr. Dimitri Mavris as the new Langley Distinguished Professor in Advanced Aerospace Systems Architecture for the Georgia Institute of Technology.
A team of ambitious first-year areospace engineering students has beat Prof. Julian Rimoli at his own game.
A team of graduate students from AE's Aerospace Systems Design Lab is devising an alternative meal delivery system that could sideline those space-hoggng scourges forever: a user-controlled food requisition system that automatically delivers your meal.
At the root of Dr. Julian Rimoli’s recently awarded NSF CAREER grant is a fundamental engineering conundrum known to car mechanics and rocket scientists alike.
NN's Art of Movement program asked GT-AE's Professor Krishan Ahuja to give viewers a primer on the effect of wind.
The National Academy of Engineering (NAE) today announced that it has elected AE School Chair and W. R. T. Oakes Professor Dr. Vigor Yang as a member of the exclusive organization.