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  • With an approval from the Georgia Tech IRB, we are in the process of building and transcribing a corpus of recorded audio interviews with Georgia Tech students. (So far, we have recorded and transcribed 25 interviews, but we aim for over 100 to get enough data for each of the different demographic and political affiliations that interest us.)  We use phonetic software to measure the...

  • This project brings together students of diverse backgrounds and disciplines to tell the story of Atlanta as a global city, and to increase access to global citizenship at Georgia Tech and nationally. We want to document and connect with the individuals and communities that are transforming Atlanta into a global metropolis, such as heritage and immigrant communities, foreign-born residents...

  • To develop 2-D to 2-D tunneling structures to enable for smaller, faster, more capable microelectronic devices applied to a broad range of applications such as energy, RF, and sensing.

  • This team will return Fall 2021 ...

  • Use design thinking and design behaviors in a team environment to: A: understand campus and community issues using an empathetic approach, B: engage with campus and external community members using a rapid prototyping methodology, and  C: implement change and design interventions that contribute to positive outcomes that create a novel world.

  • Design, build and launch a reusable rocket with a scientific or engineering payload to one mile above ground level.

  • Robotics has the potential to revolutionize inspection and harvesting tasks on commodity farms (corn, soybeans, and wheat) and high-value specialty farms (fruits and nuts). This is true from the standpoints of labor, economics, early disease detection, and crop assessment. Specialty farms stand to benefit the most because the tending and harvesting of their crops still require significant...

  • To discover physical principles of how animals move in complex, challenging environments. Use tools from physics, neuroscience, biomechanics, and robotics to extract mechanism of how animal and engineered systems move, especially with respect to stability, agility, and robustness.

  • To produce novel, creative media about recent scientific discoveries and engineering innovations. These include but are not limited to: interactive museum-style exhibitions, online articles and videos, and festival exhibits. Specifically, the team will create one exhibit or demo per semester, and each team member will publish bi-weekly in the online science magazine Charged. ...

  • This concept builds on a broader notion of psychological resilience or positive adaptation to adverse situations.