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Research: Extending Origami Into Untethered Robots and Morphing Devices

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.
Feb 1 2021
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A Different Kind of Engineering Education

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.
Feb 1 2021
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Jan Shi Awarded ASQ Shewhart Medal

The American Society for Quality (ASQ) announced that Jianjun “Jan” Shi has been awarded the 2021 Walter Shewhart Medal.
Feb 1 2021
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X-Ray Tomography Lets Researchers Watch Solid-State Batteries Charge, Discharge

Detailed three-dimensional information from research could help improve the reliability and performance of batteries, which use solid materials to replace the flammable liquid electrolytes in existing lithium-ion batteries.
Feb 1 2021
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David Sholl honored as 2020 AAAS Fellow

ChBE faculty awarded 2020 AAAS Fellowship for distinguished contributions to chemical and molecular engineering.
Jan 26 2021
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Stanley Named Founding Director of McCamish Parkinson’s Disease Innovation Program

Garrett Stanley will lead work under a landmark gift from the McCamish Foundation to revolutionize treatment of neurological diseases.
Jan 25 2021
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75 Years of Industrial Engineering at Georgia Tech: A Brief History

For decades, ISyE has been the largest industrial engineering program in the world, with its undergraduate and graduate programs ranked No. 1 in the U.S. for 26 and 30 years, respectively. ISyE’s rise to the top parallels Georgia Tech’s own ascent to become one of the nation’s top public institutions, with the largest and most diverse college of engineering in the country.
Jan 25 2021

Three ECE Ph.D. Students Receive BOLD Graduate Fellowships

Milad Ghiasi Rad, Jacob Kimball, and Mohammad S.E. Sendi have received the Blended Online Learning Design (BOLD) Graduate Fellowship. They are all Ph.D. students in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE). 
Jan 25 2021
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9 Things to Know About the Covid-19 Vaccines

Two researchers in the Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering work with the components that make up the vaccine and say they’re safe and effective.
Jan 21 2021

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