Georgia Tech's College of Engineering consistently produces articles, content, and videos highlighting our students, staff, faculty, and research. This includes stories about artificial intelligence, robots, engineering systems, space exploration and rockets, medical advances, and more.
Winning Fall Capstone Teams Unravel Solutions to Problems in Salons, Trauma Rooms
Students show off senior projects that teach STEM concepts, help farmers, and redesign logistics for big Atlanta companies.
Hollister Lab Develops 3D Printing Designs for Soft Tissue Engineering
Using a solid biodegradable polyester, BME researchers create flexible, strong implantable structures that could grow and change with a patient's body
Sensor Fabric, Big Data Could Help End Pressure Injuries for Wheelchair Users
MSE researchers are using a Catalyst Award from the National Academy of Medicine to develop a pressure-relieving sensor system that could also be used in hospital beds.
Georgia Tech Aerospace Engineering is Fueling the State’s Economy
In state known for peaches and peanuts, aerospace products are the top export, driven in part by the nation's top public aerospace engineering program.
Hang Lu Named College’s Associate Dean for Research and Innovation
ChBE professor will identify research opportunities and encourage collaborations as the newest member of the engineering leadership team.
Kippelen Admitted to the French National Order of Merit, One of the Nation's Highest Honors
ECE professor and vice provost Bernard Kippelen was recognized for his efforts forging scientific and academic connections between France and America.
Georgia Tech’s 7 Energy Dept. Earthshots Projects Aim for a Net-Zero Carbon Economy
Researchers in AE, ME, ChBE leading efforts to mitigate climate change, including boosting energy efficiency, reducing carbon emissions, advancing renewable energy.
Saad Bhamla Wins National Academies Award for Science Communications Excellence
The ChBE assistant professor was recognized for his multilingual comic series, "A Curious Zoo of Extraordinary Organisms."
A Simpler Approach to Prevent Cervical Cancer Wins Collegiate Inventors Competition
Students create a multilayered menstrual pad add-on that collects blood samples for gynecological disease screening.
Students Controlling Interplanetary Spacecraft Nearly 3.7 Million Miles From Campus
Georgia Tech now owns an interplanetary “Ramblin’ Wreck” — a briefcase-sized spacecraft orbiting the sun, capping a student-led mission in the cosmos.
CEE Students Take Top Prize at Infrastructure Design Competition
The team's sustainable stormwater management designs placed first at the Water Environment Federation’s Technical Exhibition and Conference international student design competition.