News Archive

Twenty-three GT-AE students were inducted into Sigma Gamma Tau, the honor society for aerospace engineering, during ceremonies held at the Georgia Tech Hotel, Nov. 5.
For students enrolled in VIP-USLI Rocket class, there is no AE, or ECE or ME. It's all about finding smart engineers to build a NASA-worthy rocket.
Julian Rimoli shared a compelling perspective on the future of science education in early November, delivering one of the keynote addresses at Project Lead the Way's (PLTW) Summit
Two of the five honorees from Georgia Tech's 2014 Women's Leadership Conference have their roots firmly planted in the School of Aerospace Engineering.
Longtime AE professor J.V.R. Prasad has been tapped to assume the associate director position for the Institute's Vertical Lift Research Center of Excellence (VLRCOE).
Hyundai Motors this month singled out AE graduate student Youngchul Park for a top award as a part of the company's 4th Annual Global Top Talent Forum.
More than 80 scientists and engineers from around the globe converged on Georgia Tech this week for the 12th Symposium on Overset Composite Grids and Solution Technology.
A year-long collaboration between AE's Aerospace Systems Design Lab (ASDL), the Boeing Company, and three other universities was recognized recently by Chief Learning Officer magazine with a Learning In Practice award.
Prof. Robert "Bobby" Braun has been selected by California Institute of Technology ("CalTech) for its prestigious Moore Distinguished Scholar Program.
For AE students who are itching for hands-on experience in the field, JPL mechanical engineer (and AE Ph.D. ’13) Christopher Tanner has some good news.
The National Aeronautics & Space Administration (NASA) has announced that GT-AE junior Joshua Carnes will receive one of its much-coveted 2014 Aeronautics Scholarships.
Karen Feigh was invited by Iowa State University's School of Industrial & Manufacturing Systems Engineering to deliver a seminar that explored the impact that experience-based strategies have on decision-makingwhen incomplete information is available.
It’s been more than 40 years since Rajarama Shenoy began his doctoral studies GT-AE, but the Sikorsky engineering manager is still a familiar face – and welcome influence – at his alma mater.
For AE undergraduate Tiffany Davis, the engineering bug bit early. And hard.
AE Professor Marilyn Smith headlined the University of Maryland's Aerospace Engineering Distinguished Lecture series this week
As AE undergraduates Aaron Blacker and Kevin Okseniuk took to the podium, the air in Guggenheim 442 got very still.
The National Academy of Engineering (NAE) announced this week that it has appointed AE Prof. Robert D. Braun to serve a two-year term as the new chair for the U.S. Frontiers of Engineering (FOE) program.
AE alumna Catherine Ferrie has parlayed her love of aerospace engineering and her passion for leadership into a career that combines both.
A three-year, $700,000 National Science Foundation (NSF) Robotics Initiative grant will enable two GT-AE researchers to tackle an issue that is critical to missions in Earth orbit and beyond: integrated sensing and planning under uncertain conditions.
Assistant Professor Julian Rimoli has been selected for the newly created Goizueta Early Career Professorship, a rotating three-year position.