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Four industry leaders have been named to the new board of the Georgia Institute of Technology’s Manufacturing 4.0 Consortium, cementing the first full year of the organization that…

With new vehicle models being developed by major brands and a growing supply chain, the electric vehicle (EV) revolution seems well underway. But, as consumer purchases of EVs have slowed, car makers have backtracked on planned EV manufacturing…

The University System of Georgia (USG) Board of Regents honored 12 Georgia Tech faculty members across campus with Regents’ appointments at its April meeting.

Among those recognized is

When U.S. Rep. Earl L. “Buddy” Carter from Georgia’s 1st District visited Atlanta recently, one of his top priorities was meeting with the experts at Georgia Tech’s 20,000-square-foot Advanced…

Georgia Tech is supporting career growth for its research faculty, who do critical work at the heart of the research enterprise.

The word faculty is often synonymous with tenure-track professors…

A new member of the Georgia Artificial Intelligence in Manufacturing (Georgia AIM) leadership team will serve as a key connector between industry and Georgia AIM innovations and workforce development programs…

Shreyes Melkote, who holds the Morris M. Bryan, Jr. Professorship in Mechanical Engineering in the George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering, was recently honored with the Georgia Institute of Technology’s outstanding achievement…

Hyundai Motor Group Innovation Center Singapore hosted the Meta-Factory Conference Jan. 23 – 24. It brought together academic leaders, industry experts, and manufacturing companies to discuss technology and the next generation of integrated…

OPEN MIND Technologies, developer of leading hyperMILL® CAD/CAM software solutions, announced it has joined the Georgia Tech Manufacturing 4.0 Consortium…

Integrating artificial intelligence in a manufacturing process requires planning and small steps, say experts with Georgia AIM

The flat, wheeled robot gingerly moved across the floor, aiming for a taped square in the far…