the University Consortium for Applied Hypersonics (UCAH) has tapped the Georgia Institute of Technology and key academic partners for four grants valued at $6 million over the next three years. The awards draw on Georgia Tech and the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) expertise across advanced, high-temperature materials science and aerospace and mechanical engineering research — areas critical for future advances of these vehicles.
GTRI Strategic Plan 2020-2030
The 10 year strategic plan for Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) embraces, builds on, and enhances our success and culture by articulating goals and identifying intentional actions toward achieving our 2030 vision where our people are the foremost innovators creating a secure nation, a prosperous Georgia, and a sustainable world.
Celebrating Inclusive Excellence: ‘Hacking’ into Success
Craig Raslawski uses hackathons like capture-the-flag events (CTFs) to hone his cyber skills. In 2019, he participated in the multi-phase SANS Institute Cyber FastTrack competition and was one of 100 participants who won a scholarship for the SANS Technology Institute’s Applied Cybersecurity Certificate program, which he completed in December 2020.
Celebrating Inclusive Excellence: Michael Grady on Pursuing Greatness
Like many students preparing to graduate, Michael Grady, an electrical engineering doctoral student at the time at the University of South Florida (USF), had a list of companies he wanted to work for one day. Four years later, and now a patent holder, Michael Grady, Ph.D., finds himself at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), innovating creative solutions to complex problems.