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Professor David Sholl, the John F. Brock III School Chair of Georgia Tech’s School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (ChBE), has announced his plan to step down from his chair position in summer 2021 and return to serve as a ChBE faculty member.
A paper written by ECE Associate Professor Chuanyi Ji and her colleagues has been considered among past and present editors’ favorite papers published in Nature Energy in the last five years.
A week of space science events, features, and activities in celebration of the NASA Mars 2020 Perseverance rover and its final approach to the Red Planet.
In January, Georgia Tech’s Serve-Learn-Sustain kicked off their newest program — Public Interest Technology (PIT) Student Fellows — with a cohort of ten multifaceted engineering students excited to put their technological chops — and their other talents, skills, and energy — to work to make a difference in their own backyard.
Individually, California blackworms live an unremarkable life eating microorganisms in ponds and serving as tropical fish food for aquarium enthusiasts. But together, tens, hundreds, or thousands of the centimeter-long creatures can collaborate to form a “worm blob,” a shape-shifting living liquid that collectively protects its members from drying out and helps them escape threats such as excessive heat.
Midway through his second year at Georgia Tech, Aidan Albers is embracing the opportunities that come with attending the largest engineering college in the country. From internships to clubs, he has found support and opportunities to meet like-minded students who push each other to try new things. Find out why he chose Tech, who has influenced him, and what clubs he has latched on to as a mechanical engineering student.
Nominators said Platt builds a culture of family in his lab and models what it means to be “a socially conscious scientist and engineer.”
The treatment uses a type of CRISPR to target viral RNA and appears to stop replication of both viruses in the lungs.
Their idea is to make social distancing easier for people to practice as they return to working in-person with subtle reminders from the wearable.
Georgia Tech aerospace engineering professors Tim Lieuwen and Brian German will be collaborating with researchers from Pennsylvania State University and Howard University on the NASA University Leadership Initiative, to chart the course for commercial hybrid-electric aircraft.
Assistant Professor Sourabh Saha has received a CAREER Award from the NSF for his research project focused on manufacturing nanostructures.
Professor Emeritus Esogbue was the world's first Black OR/IE Ph.D., as well as Georgia Tech's first Black tenured professor.
The procedure marries techniques from chemistry, biology, and data science and could help doctors design precision therapies for patients who aren’t responding to treatment.
A team of researchers from The Ohio State University and the Georgia Institute of Technology has extended the possibility of origami, the ancient art of paper folding, for modern engineering applications such as untethered robotics and morphing devices.
With her Ph.D. in english literature, Lisa Rosenstein is a bit of an anomaly among her colleagues in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering. While she doesn’t teach fluid mechanics or structures, her instruction is no less foundational for her students to succeed at Tech and in the professional world. In 1998, Rosenstein joined the School to develop the Engineering Communications Program, which integrates written, oral and visual communication skills into the engineering curriculum at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
The American Society for Quality (ASQ) announced that Jianjun “Jan” Shi has been awarded the 2021 Walter Shewhart Medal.