DBL Hacks MARTA Ridership in Smart City Initiative
DBL students and faculty participated in a MARTA Hackathon in which 36 teams from the Atlanta tech community were challenged with increasing MARTA ridership.
AMAC Helping Georgia Make State's Websites Accessible
AMAC Accessibility is working with the state of Georgia to make the state’s websites accessible.
Charles Eastman Receives 2 New Honors in Early 2017
Architecture and engineering organizations honor Professor Charles Eastman for his contributions and leadership in these fields.
2 ID Students Design 'Disaster Casket'
2 Industrial Design students create casket to be used in natural disasters.
Living Building at Georgia Tech Moves to Design Development Stage
The Living Building at Georgia Tech has reached a major milestone, with the approval of the schematic design. Approved by Georgia Tech’s Planning and Design Commission in December, the schematic design essentially provides a working blueprint for what is anticipated to be the most environmentally advanced research and educational building ever constructed in the Southeast.
TechSAge State of Science Conference
This two-day conference will explore the latest environmental technologies for aging with disability.
Mar 15 to Apr 7
Design Divergence: Emerging Fields of Research in the College of Design
Design Divergence featuring current PhD student work from all five schools in the College of Design and aims to set the tone for new conversations on research in design at Georgia Tech.
Mar 11 to Apr 7
"Origination" Exhibition of the Ventulett Studio Work : 2012 to 2017
Student work from five years of Design & Research studios taught by Marc Simmons.
Living Buildings: Agents of Change with Jason F. McLennan
McLennan will discuss how projects like the Living Building at Georgia Tech advance current global trends in regenerative building and serve as a catalyst for change in the Southeast.
College of Design Research Forum: Jason Brown
Jason Brown, an assistant professor in the School of Architecture, will talk about whether California energy policies influenced residential electricity consumption in the mid-1970s.
"Architecture, Phantasmagoria, and the Culture of Contemporary Capitalism" Symposium
This symposium addresses the concept of phantasmagoria in architecture, unearthing its various manifestations in the contemporary culture of spectacle.
Kelly Distinguished Lecture on Robots and Jobs—John C. Haltiwanger
John C. Haltiwanger presents the Kelly Lecture on Friday, March 31.