Short URL Copy * Facebook *0 /likes/* * Twitter *0 /tweets/* * Google +1 * Subscribe * Share <#awesomeshare> * Past Issues * RSS * Translate <#translate> o English o العربية o Afrikaans o беларуская мова o български o català o 中文(简体) o 中文(繁體) o Hrvatski o Česky o Dansk o eesti keel o Nederlands o Suomi o Français o Deutsch o Ελληνική o हिन्दी o Magyar o Gaeilge o Indonesia o íslenska o Italiano o 日本語 o 한국어 o македонски јазик o بهاس ملايو o Malti o Norsk o Polski o Português o Português - Portugal o Română o Русский o Español o Kiswahili o Svenska o עברית o Lietuvių o latviešu o slovenčina o slovenščina o српски o ภาษาไทย o Türkçe o Filipino o украї́нська o Tiếng Việt /A monthly update on the Georgia Tech School of Aerospace Engineering/ View this email in your browser The June 2014 edition of the Georgia Tech AE e-newsletter */From the AE Chair/ Dr. Vigor Yang* ------------------------------------------------------------------------ It must be the summertime at AE. The hallways, walks, and labs are sometimes full, sometimes empty – as faculty, researchers, and students pursue challenges that take them all over the world. For Professor *Dewey Hodges*, the challenge has taken him to San Francisco, Beijing, and Seoul, where he has delivered the American Helicopter Society's 2014 Alexander A. Nikolsky Honorary Lecture. Three other faculty – *Brian Gunter, David Spencer, and Panagiotis Tsiotras *– are on NASA-supported research fellowships at Pasadena’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Our students are likewise quite busy. AE undergraduate *Nana Obayashi* is spending the summer in Paris, where she is studying language for business and technology. AE doctoral student (and NSF scholar) *Johnny L. Worthy *is working as an engineer at MIT’s Lincoln Labs, where he also worked last summer. And several students joined *Dr. Stephen Ruffin* at the 11th Annual International Planetary Probe Workshop held at CalTech, where they presented papers and networked with other aspiring researchers. But the Atlanta campus is hardly quiet There has been a steady stream of bright, engaging students filling our labs and classrooms -- high schoolers attending programs like *ASDL’s STEP , *and *IPLE’s TEAM * enrichment camps. We've even been visited by students enrolled in *ASTRO, * a camp organized by AE alumnus *Dr. John Bradford.* We hope, someday, these young people will join us. Meanwhile, we’ll take inspiration from their energy and ambition as we prepare for the 2014-15 academic year. */Check out the / GT Alumni Magazine* *Features on* Sandy Winnefeld, AE '78 Jenny Lentz Moore , AE '05 */and lots more!/* /Read the/ *AIAA Annual Report * See what they say about AE's Dr. Julian Rimoli * Where is AE taking you this summer? * /Send us your stories - of internships, co-ops, research, or exploration. We will not be publishing a July edition of the AE e-newsletter, but we'll still be posting stories on the AE website and on social media. We'd like to post yours./ *Send your comments, ideas, photos to* *Kathleen Moore * AE Communications Manager /AIAA Conference comes to Georgia Tech's backyard/ / AE students, staff, faculty, and alumni participated in more than 70 sessions during the 2014 AIAA Aviation Conference, held in Atlanta, June 16-20. Take a moment to enjoy this photo album from the week's activities. One of those participants, graduate student Zachary Putnam received the Best Student Paper Award for his work on "Extension and Enhancement of the Allen-Eggers Analytic Solution for Ballistic Entry Trajectories." Read Putnam's abstract now. One of the more active participants in Aviation 2014 was AE alumnus Steven Justice, director of the Georgia Center of Innovation for Aerospace. Read more about his commitment to aerospace. *Above, from left, AIAA Executive Director (and AE alumna) Dr. Sandra Magnus, NASA official Dr. Jaiwon Shin, ASDL Director Dr. Dimitri Mavris, and Richard Wahls from the **NASA Langley Research Center.*/ * Dr. Jaiwon Shin gives AE a look at NASA's aviation strategy * ASDL collaborates with Purdue on PEGASAS COE * Dr. Bobby Braun weighs in on the future of manned space exploration * Dr. Vigor Yang receives Lifetime Achievement Award from JANNAF * Dr. Mitchell Walker tapped for NAE Frontiers of Engineering symposium * Dr. Amy Pritchett, NRC, review air traffic safety * Dr. J. P. Clarke and NRC review future of UAVs * Dr. Marilyn Smith defines more elegant solution to sling load transport problem /From Legos to Lincoln Labs: / AE doctoral student Johnny Worthy FAA recognizes AE graduate researcher Alek Gavrilovski /Copyright © 2014 Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering, All rights reserved./ unsubscribe from this list update subscription preferences Close <#>