Industry Partnerships

Our industry partnerships and collaboration differentiate the College of Engineering from other engineering programs. More than 20 percent of research at the College comes is sponsored by industry. Corporations that choose to partner with Georgia Tech have a unique and vital asset: the smarts, motivation and ingenuity of our students. Those who choose to invest their time and money into Georgia Tech are sure to get even more out of the partnership. Explore some of our existing partners below.

Rick Neu, of the Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering, at the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, GA.

Partner Spotlight

Advanced Manufacturing Pilot Facility (AMPF)

The AMPF is designed to be an integrated physical and cyber manufacturing technology testbed as well as a demonstration and teaching facility. The AMPF is a flagship component of the Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute as a location where early-stage concepts go from idea to reality. AMPF focuses on the technology areas of robot assisted assembly for aerospace structures, digital machining, additive manufacturing and advanced composite processing, joining, and repair. 

It opened on June 22, 2017 on Tech's campus, with Boeing and Delta as anchor sponsors. Currently, 20,000 square feet of space is being utilized, and potentially 110,000 square feet within a five-year time period.

“The Boeing Manufacturing Development Center will let Georgia Tech students collaborate with Boeing engineers to help drive the development of innovative factory automation solutions in aerospace.”

Greg Hyslop, Boeing chief technology officer and senior vice president of Engineering, Test & Technology.

The dedication of the Boeing Manufacturing Development Center at Georgia Tech.

Undergraduate students partnered with Delta Air Lines.