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Study Will Examine Pixies, Jets, and Other Discharges Above Thunderstorms

A new National Science Foundation award to Georgia Tech will help researchers learn much more about mysterious cloud top discharges (CTDs), which reach as high as 70 kilometers (about 43 miles) above thunderstorms.

Craig Arndt Achieves INCOSE 'Expert' Certification

Dr. Craig Arndt, Principal Research Engineer in ELSYS and Division Chief of the Human Centered Engineering Branch, was recently awarded the “Expert Systems Engineering Professional” certification by the International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE). This is one of systems engineering’s most respected and rare honors.

Photographic Sequences Show Effects of Space Exposure on New Materials

Long-term image sequences of materials exposed to space conditions could help the designers of future spacecraft know what to expect from a new generation of advanced materials.

GTRI Summer Internship Program Applications Open Through January 29

The GTRI Research Internship Program (GRIP) is accepting student applications for the Summer 2024 session! Encourage any graduate and undergraduate students to apply!

GTRI to Join Forces with 3ID for Third Annual Marne Innovation Workshop

GTRI marches into 2024 smartly with the Third Annual Marne Innovation Workshop, a collaborative event co-hosted with the 3rd Infantry Division (3ID) and the Georgia Tech Army ROTC. Set for Jan. 4 -7, this workshop has rapidly become a cornerstone event, fostering innovation and problem-solving at the intersection of military needs and technological advancements.

GTRI Develops Machine Learning Operations Platform to Streamline Data Management for the DoD

GTRI is developing a Machine Learning Operations (MLOps) platform that standardizes the development and testing of artificial intelligence (AI) and ML models to enhance the speed and efficiency with which these models are utilized during real-time decision-making situations.

CIPHER Researchers Take Second Place in Southeastern Cyber Cup

A team of three GTRI researchers made it to the finals and came home with second place in the "Southeastern Cyber Cup" competition, a multi-day national-level higher education competition and cyber hacking event, held last month.

GTRI, Georgia Tech Use Quantum Computing to Optimize CFD Applications

GTRI and Georgia Tech are developing an application of quantum computing to solve proof-of-principle problems in computational fluid dynamics that could streamline efficiencies and reduce costs across numerous industries.

GTRI, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and Emory Use Wearable Sensors to Address Healthcare Worker Burnout

GTRI, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and Emory University’s Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing have conducted a study using wearable sensors to better understand how workload, stress, and sleep contribute­­ to an elevated risk of burnout among healthcare workers and how to mitigate those risks going forward.

GTRI Joins Acoustics Journal in Celebrating Krish Ahuja’s Groundbreaking Career

The International Journal of Aeroacoustics has recently published a special issue dedicated to Dr. Krishan "Krish" Ahuja, marking 50 years of his groundbreaking research in the field of acoustics.