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October 2016

Aero Maker Space Makes Good Sense for Students, Researchers


If the students had their way, the newly opened Aero Maker Space would be open 24/7. Find out whyread more
 

News @AE


Prof. Marcus HolzingerProf. Marcus Holzinger Chosen for Young Investigator Research Program Award

The Air Force Office of Scientific Research (AFOSR) announced this fall that professor Marcus Holzinger has been selected to receive a three-year, $360,000 Young Investigator Research Program (YIP) grant to further his research on the improvement of object detection, tracking, and characterization using Electro-Optical (EO) sensors in Space and Air Domain Awareness (DA) applications. read more


 

Karen FeighProfs. Karen Feigh and Brian German named Associate AIAA FellowsBrian German

The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics announced that AE professors Karen Feigh and Brian German have been elected Associate Fellows.

This year, AIAA selected only 140 nationwide to join the Class of 2017 - just two from GT-AE. Both Feigh and German will be officially inducted in January 2017 during the AIAA SciTech Forum in Grapevine, Texas. read more


Prof. Theodorou Addresses Self-driving Car Questions

A recent TV new segment featured AE professor Evangelos Theodorou who gave some helpful background info on a hot topic: self-driving cars. Watch the video.
From the Chair
 
Dr. Vigor Yang

Without a doubt, the opening of the Weber Building's Aero Maker Space this fall has energized our students and our faculty - challenging us all to think beyond computer-generated possibilities to concrete and innovative successes. That's a lesson that bears repeating.

Our faculty are doing just that.

Dr. Holzinger's recent AFOSR award, Dr. Lightsey's recent acquisition of an S-Band satellite ground station, and the impending launch of Dr. Gunter's RANGE cubesats are spawning new ambitions among
faculty and students alike.  If you haven't already, I invite you to thumb through our just-published FY 16 Annual Report - more evidence that our School's legacy of success is no fluke. It's a habit.

In the coming months, as we step up our recruitment of new faculty and students, the accomplishments of our current community will, I believe, attract like-minded ambitions.

I can hardly wait to meet our future.

Hidden Georgia Tech series takes another look at the John J. Harper Wind Tunnel

For anyone who earned a degree in the Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering, it's no secret: the John J. Harper Wind Tunnel dominates the ground floor of the Guggenheim building just as it elevates the educational experience of those who have used it for experimental research. Read more about this "hidden" gem.
 

AE Welcomes Alumni for Homecoming 2016

It was great to see some familiar faces at the Homecoming Reception, held Oct. 28. Check out these photos from the gathering.
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