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  New Georgia Encyclopedia: Georgia Institute of Technology
During the presidency of Marion Luther Brittain (1922-44), Georgia Tech's College of Architecture became the first southern school admitted to the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture (1926), and Georgia Tech obtained accreditation from the Southern Association of College and Secondary Schools (1930).
Georgia Tech's five-year capital campaign raised more than $700 million, putting the institution on a course for a massive building campaign to support its growth in academic, research, and service endeavors.
During fiscal year 2003 the institute assisted 91 Georgia counties in preparing for growth and planning for future economic development, and completed a total of 140 economic development projects for communities, along with 14 economic and fiscal impact analyses for Georgia state agencies.
www.georgiaencyclopedia.org /nge/Article.jsp?id=h-1416   (2762 words)

 Georgia Tech Research Institute
The Georgia Institute of Technology is one of the top universities in the world for technology transfer and a top producer of start-up companies, according to a new biotechnology study from the Milken Institute.
Georgia Institute of Technology researchers have conducted successful test flights of a hydrogen-powered unmanned aircraft believed to be the largest to fly on a proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell using compressed hydrogen.
Georgia Tech Research Institute research engineers are investigating the use of millimeter-wave imaging radars that would allow aircraft crews to generate a pilot-perspective image of a runway area even in zero-visibility conditions and without ground support.
www.gtri.gatech.edu   (2682 words)

 New Georgia Encyclopedia: Georgia Institute of Technology College of Architecture   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The College of Architecture at the Georgia Institute of Technology, about a century old, offers undergraduate degrees in architecture, building construction, and industrial design.
When the Georgia School of Technology was founded in 1888, there was no architecture program.
Student Ed Ivey, later a principal with the firm of Ivey and Crook, expressed an interest in establishing such a field of study at the engineering school.
www.georgiaencyclopedia.org /nge/Article.jsp?id=h-696   (701 words)

 Graduate Studies: Welcome
Over 70% of Georgia Tech's full-time graduate students are typically supported by research or teaching assistantships, with the majority being research assistantships.
Georgia Institute of Technology's graduate programs are highly ranked by publications such as U.S. News and World Report, with Georgia Tech's College of Engineering ranked among the top five in the United States for the past several years.
Georgia Tech's School of Industrial and Systems Engineering was ranked number one for the 16th straight year in U.S. News' "America's Best Graduate Schools 2007" report.
www.grad.gatech.edu   (175 words)

 USG: Georgia Institute of Technology
Located in the heart of Atlanta, the Georgia Institute of Technology is one of the nation's leading research universities.
The Institute has a strong international presence through a campus in Metz, in the Lorraine Region of France, and via its Logistics Institute in Singapore.
The Georgia Institute of Technology was founded in 1885 as the centerpiece of Georgia's plan for industrial resurgence.
www.usg.edu /inst/git   (465 words)

 Georgia Institute of Technology - Language Institute
The Georgia Institute of Technology is located in the city of Atlanta.
The Georgia Institute of Technology, called Georgia Tech informally, is located in the Midtown area of Atlanta and is close to Atlanta's public transportation system.
The Language Institute main office and offices of the faculty and staff are located in the same building where most of the classes are held.
www.studyusa.com /factshts/gatech.asp   (653 words)

 11Alive.com - Georgia Institute of Technology Sports - Ramblin Wreck   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Georgia Tech wide receiver Calvin Johnson sparked a convincing win for the Yellow Jackets at Virginia Tech last weekend, and the fans have rewarded him for his outstanding play.
Reggie Ball and Georgia Tech made their second consecutive visit to Virginia Tech a huge success, jumping out to a big lead with a 38-27 victory on Saturday.
Georgia Tech is turning back the clock for Thursday’s night game against Virginia, donning a throwback uniform it wore in the early 1970s.
www.11alive.com /sports/georgiatech   (634 words)

 Computer vision system automates analysis of bee activity
Georgia Tech researchers led by Tucker Balch from the College of Computing are gathering data on the behavior of bees and ants using a compter vision system.
The animal movement analysis system is part of the BioTracking Project, an effort conducted by Georgia Institute of Technology robotics researchers led by Tucker Balch, an assistant professor of computing.
Georgia Tech researcher Tucker Balch examines bees whose behavior is being studied for potential implications on the efficient behavior of robots.
gtresearchnews.gatech.edu /newsrelease/bees.htm   (1059 words)

 School of Physics
Scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology have made an important step toward solving a critical puzzle relating to a chemical reaction that leads to DNA mutation, which underlies many forms of cancer.
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have made a discovery that could allow scientists to exercise more control over the catalytic activity of gold nanoclusters.
The words Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia Tech, Yellow Jackets, Ramblin' Wreck, Buzz and the graphics that represent each are all federally registered marks owned by the University System of Georgia.
www.physics.gatech.edu   (268 words)

 Georgia Institute of Technology News
Georgia Tech and star receiver Calvin Johnson are riding high after their biggest victory of the year, and find themselves with their highest ranking since early in the 2005 season.
Georgia Tech wide receiver Calvin Johnson runs is for a touchdown as Virginia Tech defender Xavier Adibi makes a last attempt for a tackle during first half action of the Georgia Tech-Va Tech Atlantic Coast...
Yellow Jackets try to sting Terps Last Update: 10/4/2006 11:20:00 AM The 18th-ranked Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets have proven to be one of the best teams in the ACC thus far, and they will attempt to avoid an...
www.topix.net /ncaa/georgia-tech   (709 words)

 Georgia Institute of Technology :: Technology
As the web matures into a robust, content-rich, information delivery medium, the technologies that support the web become increasinly more powerful and complex.
Georgia Tech relies on several hardware and software solutions to ensure the relevance and reliability of this site.
The Georgia Tech website is served by two Sun Solaris servers, which rely on a load-balancing device to ensure that neither server becomes overloaded.
www.gatech.edu /technology   (284 words)

 Guide to Graduate Education in Science, Engineering and Public Policy
The mission of the School is to conduct research on policy issues with significant scientific and technological content and to prepare students for jobs in government, non-profit organizations, consulting, and private sector firms concerned with public policy.
Georgia Tech's School of Public Policy emphasizes research and teaching in policy areas that have significant scientific or technological content.
The School is a national leader in research on technology policy, particularly technology transfer, R&D evaluation, innovation, and federal laboratory policy.
www.aaas.org /spp/sepp/sepgtech.htm   (846 words)

 GTBI Home Page - Welcome!
The Georgia Tech Broadband Institute is a multidisciplinary center that seeks to understand and advance the ever-evolving array of broadband technologies and services.
The Institute brings together the best minds in academia and industry to define significant research problems in all aspects of broadband communications.
Leading-edge facilities enabled by seed funding by the Georgia Research Alliance provide practical training to students while promoting compelling versions of industry relevant research.
www.broadband.gatech.edu   (130 words)

 Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts|| Georgia Institute of Technology
Professor John E. Endicott, Sam Nunn School of International Affairs and Director of the Center for International Strategy, Technology, and Policy was awarded the General Raymond G. Davis Award by the Marine Corps Coordinating Council of Greater Atlanta and the Marine Corps Association of Georgia Lawyers, April 20.
The goals of the project are to analyze innovations and adoption of new technologies in the pulp and paper industry.
A secondary aim of the project is to compare the twin strategies of innovation and mergers and acquisitions, quantify their relative impacts, and shed light on which strategy may provide a bigger return.
www.iac.gatech.edu   (507 words)

 Georgia Institute of Technology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1948, the School’s name was changed to the Georgia Institute of Technology to reflect a growing focus on advanced technological and scientific research.
The voice of Georgia Tech from 1954 to 1993 was that of the legendary broadcaster Al Ciraldo.
To Hell With Georgia: Georgia Tech has an ongoing rivalry, mostly in sports, with the University of Georgia, often simply called Georgia for short (the schools are a mere 70 miles apart).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Georgia_Institute_of_Technology   (6205 words)

 Interactive Media Technology Center: Welcome!
The Interactive Media Technology Center (IMTC) is a research, design, and education center focusing on technology, education, culture, and medicine.
IMTC is located in the Technology Square Research Building on the Georgia Tech campus.
Nexidia has continued to develop the technology since its beginnings as a research project undertaken between IMTC, the Center for Signal Processing and the Georgia Tech Library to provide a searchable archive of the audio and video collection of former Georgia Senator Sam Nunn.
www.imtc.gatech.edu   (414 words)

 Georgia Institute of Technology : Dental Technology Center   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Georgia Institute of Technology’s Dental Technology Center — DenTeC@Georgia Tech — is a nonprofit, multidisciplinary research center focused on advancing dental and craniofacial science and technology.
By integrating engineering knowledge and dental science, DenTeC is introducing new products and technologies for dentistry and craniofacial medicine via research, testing, and education.
Through collaborative partnerships with dental professionals, industry, and other research institutions, DenTeC is building an international reputation as a leading source of research, education and information dental and craniofacial technology.
www.dentec.gatech.edu   (139 words)

 Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience - IBB
Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience - IBB
Building aggressively on the strengths of Georgia Tech to reach the highest levels of achievement, the Petit Institute is dedicated to contributing both to the expansion of knowledge in bioengineering, biosciences and the development of new biomedical technology.
Georgia Institute of Technology Announces Partnership with Johnson and Johnson Corporate Office of Science and Technology
www.ibb.gatech.edu /index2.html   (106 words)

 College of Computing - Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
GVU Assistant Professor Gil Weinberg enlisted the support of a musical technology graduate student to create "Haile," the first truly robotic musician.
The College of Computing Interactive and Intelligent Computing (IIC) division has a remarkable total of seven papers accepted by the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI) to be held in Hyderabad, India.
Georgia Tech's freshman class of computer science majors is up by 33% as students' degrees are now personalized to better reflect their particular interests and career aspirations.
www.cc.gatech.edu   (154 words)

 The Center for Education Integrating Science, Mathematics, and Computing (CEISMC)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
and seeks to meet future challenges by encouraging and inspiring the best in science, math, and technology education for all students.
This month we ask "Is science and math funny?" and we unwind with Dr. Todd Streelman's cichlids.
The State of Georgia is introducing new Performance Standards.
mime1.marc.gatech.edu   (227 words)

 LCC : School of Literature, Communication, and Culture   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Building on the reputation and resources of Georgia Tech, LCC is especially concerned with cultural studies of science and technology, with designing and creating digital artifacts, and with communication in a variety of media contexts.
Additionally, it supports two undergraduate degrees, a B.S. in Science, Technology, and Culture that emphasizes the intersection of science, technology, and the humanities, and a B.S. in Computational Media that explores the use of the computer as a medium for communication and expression.
The School of Literature, Communication, and Culture is a unit of the Ivan Allen College, Georgia Tech's liberal arts college.
www.lcc.gatech.edu   (238 words)

 Agricultural Technology Research Program @ Georgia Tech   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Georgia Tech researchers have been studying cost-effective automation solutions to rehang birds onto shackles after the chiller.
Georgia Tech researchers along with colleagues from the University of Georgia and USDA’s Russell Research Center are attempting to address this challenge with the development of an automated transfer system.
The Food Processing Technology Division (FPTD) is a division of the Georgia Tech Research Institute at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
atrp.gatech.edu   (530 words)

 gt motorsports - The Official Formula SAE Race Team of the Georgia Insitute of Technology
Georgia Tech Motorsports is an active source of real "hands-on" experience for Tech students as well as a resource for furthering the engineering mindset and thought process.
The GTMS team is dedicated to building an open wheeled Formula SAE prototype car for competition in the annual FSAE and Formula Student events.
They are not intended to nor do they constitute an endorsement by the Georgia Institute of Technology of the linked materials.
www.me.gatech.edu /gtmotorsports   (165 words)

 Cherry Server at Georgia Tech - Philip Shapira   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Workshop on Advanced Technology and the Future of Manufacturing, January 30, 2004.
Proceedings of a Georgia Tech Research and Policy Workshop, edited by Philip Shapira, Jan Youtie, and Aselia Urmanbetova (Revised May 2004).
Georgia Tech and SRI research study of regional electronics industry clusters offers models for state high tech policy.
www.nanopolicy.gatech.edu   (374 words)

 Guide to Graduate Education in Science, Engineering and Public Policy
Before that time, Georgia Tech's historians and sociologists had been members, along with philosophers and political scientists, of the School of Social Sciences, a unit that offered an M.S. in Technology and Science Policy but no undergraduate degrees.
The graduate degrees in History of Technology reflected a conscious choice not to create another Science and Technology Studies (STS) degree, but to establish a special niche in graduate education that would draw on the existing strengths of the HTS faculty.
One of the fields must be the history of technology.
www.aaas.org /spp/sepp/sepgatechhts.htm   (542 words)

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