Georgia Tech College of Engineering

Georgia Tech College of Engineering Georgia Tech College of Engineering

Atlanta, GA, US

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Georgia Tech’s College of Engineering offers the resources of a major technological university and a location in the heart of cosmopolitan Atlanta. The College is the largest of the Institute’s six colleges, enrolling more than 60 percent of the students at Georgia Tech and about half of all tenured and tenure track faculty at the Institute. U.S. News and World Report ranks the College in the top four of engineering programs in the country. The College offers more than 50 different degree programs at the bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral levels through its main Atlanta campus and satellite campuses around the world. As a leader in engineering education, the College graduates the largest number of women and minority engineers in the country. Visit www.coe.gatech.edu to learn more.

Experts (40)

Charlie Kemp

Charlie Kemp

Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering

Charlie Kemp is an expert on robots for intelligent physical assistance and is passionate about enabling robots to help people.

Intelligent Systems Mobile Manipulation Healthcare Robotics Assistive Robotics Human-Robot Interaction

Angelos Keromytis

Angelos Keromytis

Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering

Angelos Keromytis is an expert in systems and network security, and applied cryptography.

Computer and Network Security Privacy Software Security Network Security Cryptography Software Network Operations Cryptographic Protocols

Bernard Kippelen

Bernard Kippelen

Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering

Bernard Kippelen is an expert in polymer optics and plastic electronics.

Organic Photodetectors and Sensors Optics and Photonics Nanotechnology Printed Electronics

Wilbur Lam

Wilbur Lam

Assistant Professor, Biomedical Engineering, Georgia Tech & Emory University

Wilbur Lam researches cellular mechanics of hematologic processes and disease.

Childhood Diseases Micro/Nano Technologies Pediatric Cancer Blood Disorders

Glenn Lightsey

Glenn Lightsey

Professor, Aerospace Engineering

Glenn Lightsey is an expert in the technology of small satellites including guidance, navigation, and control systems, and satellite swarms.

Small Satellites Global Positioning Space Systems Engineering Unmanned Spacecraft

Steven W. McLaughlin

Steven W. McLaughlin

Dean of the College of Engineering and Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering

Dr. McLaughlin's research interests are in the general area of communications and information theory

Telecommunications Student Entrepreneurship Student Mental Health

Carson Meredith

Carson Meredith

Professor, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Carson Meredith is an expert in researching the surfaces and interfaces of advanced materials.

Biotechnology Energy and Sustainability Materials and Nanotechnology

Patricia Mokhtarian

Patricia Mokhtarian

Professor, Civil Engineering

Patricia Mokhtarian has specialized in the application of quantitative methods to the study of travel behavior for more than 30 years.

Commuters' Responses to Congestion or to System Disruptions The Need to Travel for Its Own Sake Impacts of Land Use on Travel Impacts of Telecommunication on Travel Multitasking Attitudes and Behavior During Travel

Mark Prausnitz

Mark Prausnitz

Professor, Director of Center for Drug Design, Development, and Delivery, Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering

Mark Prausnitz and his colleagues carry out research on biophysical methods of drug delivery.

Biotechnology Materials and Nanotechnology Biophysical Methods of Drug Delivery Complex Systems

Jon Rogers

Jon Rogers

Associate Professor, Aerospace Engineering

Jon Rogers has developed groundbreaking new technologies in the areas of rotorcraft, smart weapons and stochastic optimal control.

Robotics Flight Mechanics Systems Design and Optimization Flight Control

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