In one of the first autonomous demonstrations, the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) has successfully commanded three fully autonomous, collaborating UAVs. The machines flew in close formation at the same altitude, separated by approximately 50 meters as they executed figure-eight patterns. The research is part of GTRI’s efforts to improve the capabilities for autonomous systems collaborating as teams, thereby reducing the load on human operators.
Mentor Jackets is open to all students who join the Student Alumni Association.
Student teams are tasked with developing and implementing an innovative vehicle powertrain that will lower emissions by incorporating alternative fuels.
Small Act Big Impact is both a donation drive and a community service event benefitting the Atlanta Mission.
New MedReturn box provides anonymous drop-off point for unused medications.
Father and Georgia Tech alumni comes back to FASET with daughter 32 years after his own orientation at Georgia Tech. Chris Jordan is an Industrial Sysstems engineer, his daughter Katie Jordan plans to study Biomedical engineering.
Leading Edge is an intentional coaching program that adapts the real-world practices and approaches of executive leadership coaching to meet the needs of both graduate and undergraduate student leaders while also preparing them for leadership positions once they graduate.
By analyzing the brainwaves of 16 individuals as they watched mainstream television content, researchers were able to accurately predict the preferences of large TV audiences, up to 90 percent in the case of Super Bowl commercials.
With new faces on campus, it's important to make campus a safe, welcoming place for everyone who is arriving and who already resides here.
What the Coca-Cola Freestyle machine does for soft drinks, Monsieur does for cocktails.
Researchers have developed a new open source intelligence gathering system designed to create a picture of developing threats. BlackForest complements other GTRI systems designed to help corporations, government agencies and nonprofit organizations battle increasingly-sophisticated threats to their networks.
Study may dramatically shift our understanding of the complex dance of microbes and minerals that takes place in aquifers deep underground. This dance affects groundwater quality, the fate of contaminants in the ground and the emerging science of carbon sequestration.
A recently improved telemedicine system was optimized by scientists at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) and Cisco Systems, Inc. Marcus Autism Center’s telemedicine room is now a showcase for providers of telemedicine, where improved video capabilities and an ergonomic suite allow patients in rural Georgia to meet face-to-face with medical specialists in Atlanta.
Large events in town bring potential for crimes of opportunity — and GTPD wants to prevent those on Tech's campus from being victims.
Georgia Tech researchers have created a functional MRI-compatible hemiparesis rehab device that creates a long latency stretch reflex at the exact time as a brain signal. It is designed to assist stroke victims.
At Georgia Tech, the K9 Unit is not only a lively component of the Georgia Tech Police Department (GTPD) but also an essential part of our campus safety initiatives.
The designation acknowledges Tech’s work with public and private sector partners in the state and region to support economic development through innovation and entrepreneurship, technology transfer, workforce development, and community development.
Jeanette Yen, professor in the School of Biology, and a team of scientists spend the summer in Antarctica studying how plankton may be a canary in the coal mine of climate change.