Georgia Tech's College of Engineering consistently produces articles, content, and videos highlighting the students, research, and work Creating the Next in the College.

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24 March 2021

Mathematicians and engineers from Georgia Tech and Carnegie Mellon discuss how network and game theories provide a different way to control the spread of infectious disease

16 March 2021

After 35 years as a faculty member in Georgia Tech’s H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE), A. Russell Chandler III Chair – and now Institute Emeritus Professor – George Nemhauser has retired. Summarizing all that Nemhauser accomplished throughout his 60-year-long academic career is a near-impossible task, as he developed theory and applications that shaped and energized the field of operations research (OR).

16 March 2021

An interdisciplinary team of researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology has been exploring fundamental research opportunities toward enhanced imaging, diagnosis, and therapy through multiple computational and experimental tracks that will gradually converge and help the scientific community better understand how to treat and diagnose injuries and illnesses involving the skull and brain.

16 March 2021

Sadie Wicks is a first-year NRE student from Roberta, Georgia who was drawn to the major for a variety of reasons. In this Q&A with student assistant Angel Garcia she talks about why she chose nuclear engineering, the benefits of Greek life, her involvement with professional organizations, and her passion for racing cars, which she has been doing since she was just eight years old.

15 March 2021

A senior design team from the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering has created a tool to help Georgia Tech Capital Planning and Space Management (CPSM) prioritize and schedule projects, hoping to reduce the number of phases needed for a renovation project and potentially allow multiple buildings to be renovated at the same time. 

09 March 2021

If you’re looking for an indoor space with a low level of particulate air pollution, a commercial airliner flying at cruising altitude may be your best option. A newly reported study of air quality in indoor spaces such as stores, restaurants, offices, public transportation — and commercial jets — shows aircraft cabins with the lowest levels of tiny aerosol particles.