The HHM Closing Ceremony offers a unique opportunity for 100 students and 20 professors and staff to interact informally outside the classrooms and labs and establish closer personal relations with one another.
The Digital Building Lab is hosting its seventh annual symposium, which this year showcases two days of panels with leading international experts, presentations, and an exhibit of AEC research being conducted across the Georgia Tech community.
Join students and faculty directors from SLS’ affiliated study abroad programs - in France, Germany, Spain, Eastern Europe, Ghana, Japan, and the Netherlands – as they reflect on what they learned about sustainability.
This interactive workshop will provide an opportunity for international students to discuss ways that stress is managed around the world. Techniques and tips on staying healthy during stressful times will be covered.
The Healthy Places Research Group (HPRG), which meets monthly September – May, is a collaborative effort of individuals interested in exploring the relationship between health and the built environment.
France A. Córdova, director of the National Science Foundation (NSF), and Alain Fuchs, president of the French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) will come together in a lively exchange moderated by Kevin Riley, editor of the Atlanta Journal-C
Join guest speaker Jessica Espey, who was a lead negotiator in the SDG process, as she reflects on the negotiation process and shares insights into SDG implementation in diverse locations around the world.
Members of ISAE-Supaéro’s executive team, and faculty and students from Georgia Tech’s School of Aerospace Engineering will share their experience and views on the future of higher education, research, and innovation in aerospace.
Join us as Daniel B. Miracle gives a talk on high entropy alloys (HEAs) and presents new strategies and suggestions for new, high throughput experiments tailored for structural metals to meet these new needs.