News Archive

AE Professor Wassim Haddad will be the first to tell you that he’s no businessman
A study published this week in the Washington Post found that aerospace engineering majors report the second lowest rate of under-employment.
A recent vote by the Georgia Board of Regents has confirmed the selection of Professor Mark Costello as AE’s new David S. Lewis Professor of Autonomy.
The first Gebhardt Lecture of the 2014-15 academic year gave listeners valuable insight into some of the most dramatic aeronautic disasters of our time.
Three graduate students in the School of Aerospace Engineering have been named by NASA to the 2014 class of Space Technology Research Fellows (NSTRF).
Georgia Tech this week announced that it has selected Dimitri Mavris, a professor in the School of Aerospace Engineering, to become a Regents Professor.
The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) announced that AE Professor Robert D. (Bobby) Braun has been chosen to serve as the next editor-in-chief of the Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets, succeeding E. Vincent Zoby.
The American Helicopter Society (AHS) this week announced that three teams from Georgia Tech’s School of Aerospace Engineering have taken several top awards in the 2014 undergraduate and graduate Student Design Competition.
For the next year, research teams consisting of students and faculty from five universities and several high schools will tackle the asteroid problem using the Innovative Conceptual Engineering Design (ICED) methodology.
A workforce study published Aug. 8 by Aviation Week has named Georgia Tech as the number one “most preferred school” for aerospace and defense companies seeking to hire graduates with "specific, critical and high-demand engineering skills."
Georgia Tech alumnus and Marshall Scholar Nicholas Picon, AE ’14, has been chosen by Aviation Week for inclusion in its 2014 Twenty20’s list.
The July 29 installation of a new telescope at the GT Observatory represents more than the standard lab set-up for AE faculty Marcus Holzinger.
The expansion of Georgia's $51 billion aerospace industry was the main focus July 29 when representatives gathered at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) for the Georgia Space Leadership Summit.
What's at the heart of the Georgia Tech grad school experience? Recently, the Georgia Tech Office of Graduate Studies asked AE doctoral student Scottie-Beth Fleming to give us some insight.
AE associate professor John-Paul Clarke and his former graduate student Clayton Tino, Ph.D. AE '13, have been awarded two patents for an algorithm they developed that will both improve the precision of aircraft arrival time computation.
Research conducted by AE professor David Spencer is getting ready to blast off. Literally.
Georgia Tech alumni Sandy Winnefeld, AE 78, and Phil Breedlove, CE 77 rank among the most important military figures in the world today.
AerosPACE, a year-long collaboration between GT-AE, the Boeing Company, and three other universities has been recognized by the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) with an Excellence in Engineering Education Collaboration Award.
For the 37 area high school students attending ASDL’s STEP (Science Technology and Engineering Pipeline) camp, there will be no “vinegar-and-baking-soda-does-what?” experiments this summer.
A $1.9 million cooperative agreement with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) through the Army Research Office will enable researchers from Georgia Tech’s School of Aerospace Engineering to launch a project aimed at supporting military.

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