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SPECIAL REPORT: Monitoring Hurricanes

Monitoring Hurricanes

A device designed by engineers at GTRI is part of the HIRAD, an experimental airborne system developed by the Earth Science Office NASA.

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Chip Architecture may Provide Quantum Computer Foundation

In a paper published in the Journal of Applied Physics, a team of researchers at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) and Honeywell International have demonstrated a new device that allows more electrodes to be placed on a chip – an important step that could help increase qubit densities and bring us one step closer to a quantum computer that can simulate molecules or perform other algorithms of interest.

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Gerber Named New Director for Georgia Tech Research Institute

The Georgia Institute of Technology announced May 14 the hiring of Dr. Andrew Gerber as the new director of the Georgia Tech Research Institute and senior vice president of Georgia Tech. Gerber comes to the Institute from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lincoln Laboratory where he has served as associate head of the Air and Missile Defense Technology Division responsible for programs in air and ballistic missile defense.

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Air Force SMC Awards GTRI $7.8 Million Contract

A $7,857,568 contract awarded this week to the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) from the Air Force Space and Missile Command will enable three Georgia Tech School of Aerospace Engineering faculty to develop design tools that will assist the United States in predicting combustion instability in its spacecraft.

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Georgia Tech Winner of DSS Counterintelligence Award

William Stephens, Director of Defense Security Service (DSS) Counterintelligence, presented Georgia Tech President G.P. “Bud” Peterson the agency’s Excellence in Counterintelligence Award on April 29, 2015, in a special ceremony at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI). 

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