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    • Collier heights: a neighborhood case study examining the intersection of architecture and racial equality 

      Malino, Jill F. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-04-29)
      By using the Collier Heights neighborhood in the west side of Atlanta as a case study, this thesis will examine questions which arise at the intersection of architecture and racial equality. Research will focus on the ...
    • Command Shaping for Vibration Reduction in Nonlinear Cabled Systems 

      Blackburn, David F. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-07-11)
      Cables are an integral part of many engineering systems; thus, the control of cables and systems containing cables is an important problem to address. This thesis proposes to use command shaping techniques to reduce ...
    • Direct Conversion for Space Solar Power 

      Boechler, Nicholas Sebastian (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-05)
      Space Solar Power (SSP) is a powerful yet nearly untapped resource with revolutionary potential. SSP systems currently have several roadblocks to their implementation. With the technology in use today, converting solar ...
    • Evaluation and automation of space habitat interior layouts 

      Simon, Matthew (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-01-13)
      Future human exploration missions beyond Earth vicinity will be demanding, requiring highly efficient, mass-constrained systems to reduce overall mission costs and complexity. Additionally, long duration transits in space ...
    • A Feasibility Study of Thin-Shell Deformable Mirrors with Adaptive Truss Support for Spaced-Based Telescopes 

      Marzette, Russell K., Jr. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-07-19)
      Space-based telescopes are limit by the payload requirements of existing launch vehicles. Thus, despite distinct advantages the resolution of terrestrial telescopes exceeds space-based telescopes due to larger size and ...
    • Five Recent Projects: Investigations in Space, Light, and Material 

      Thompson, Maryann (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2012-01-30)
    • Geographies of the underworld: the poetics of chthonic embodiment and game worlds 

      Fletcher, Kathryn DeWitt (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-06-30)
      A concept of underworld runs through many cultures. These realms of spirits and the dead generally share several key characteristics, despite their varied and separate traditions. The commonalities among these different ...
    • Journals from Space 

      Magnus, Sandra (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-09-24)
      Sandra Magnus is a materials science engineer, a NASA astronaut, and a member of the Georgia Tech Materials Science and Engineering Advisory Board. Magnus, who returned to earth with the crew of STS-119 Discovery on March ...
    • Movement? 

      Mandrup, Dorte (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-11-12)
    • Moving Space 

      Hawkinson, Laurie (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2014-01-22)
    • Place and Digital Media 

      Klainbaum, Daniel (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-04-12)
      As interactors we often allude to a sense of presence, of being there, when experiencing interactive artifacts. Digital technologies can create a sense of presence within a synthetic environment, that of being in a ...
    • Seeing architectural photographs: space and time in the works of Julius Shulman and Ezra Stoller 

      Hyun, Myung Seok (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2016-11-15)
      This dissertation is about seeing architectural photographs. It begins by addressing a paradoxical aspect of some architectural photographs: they acquire a status as works of photographic art, yet are able to do so while ...
    • Silicon-germanium devices and circuits for cryogenic and high-radiation space environments 

      Wilcox, Edward (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010-04-08)
      This work represents several years' research into the field of radiation hardening by design. The unique characteristics of a SiGe HBT, described in Chapter 1, make it ideally suitable for use in extreme environment ...
    • Why We Explore? 

      Crocker, James H. (2015-11-18)
      We explore because exploration has been written in the human heart. The exploration of space is mankind’s greatest adventure. Today, given the social and environmental needs of the world, how can the existence of space ...