News & Events

"NASA was like the Silicon Valley back then," says the former Saturn V rocket engineer
Lightsey's many contributions to space research recognized by the Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering
$5,000 fellowship will support Leon's award-winning research in rotorcraft technology
"Three-dimensional Flow Dynamics and Mixing in a Gas-centered Liquid-swirl Coaxial Injector at Supercritical Pressure" featured article
Lockheed Martin, Georgia Space Grant Consortium join Tech's efforts to bring STEM to local teens
Aerospace Engineering's Sustain Alive rocket placed first in its category and second overall
Jul
18
Montgomery Knight Room 317
"Two Approaches to Computational Shape Sensitivity Analysis"
Jul
19
MK-317
"X-Ray Pulsar Navigation Instrument Performance and Scale Analysis"
Jul
24
Weber Building - CoVE
"Multi-Mission Sizing and Selection Methodology for Space Habitat Subsystems"
Jul
25
Weber Building - CoVE
“An Architecting Methodology for Thermal Management Systems of Commercial Aircraft at the Conceptual Design Phase”
Jul
25
Weber Building - CoVE
"A Methodology to Enable Adaptive Multi-Agent Behavior Modeling in Technology Design Studies"
Sep
09
Campus Recreation Center (CRC)
Companies attending the fair are hiring co-ops, interns, and full-time positions, with students from all majors and degree types.