Tag Archives: Georgia Tech

Leidos’ Roger Krone: Georgia Tech Engineered Biosystems Facility to Seek Chronic Disease Treatments

Georgia Tech officially named the engineered biosystems building after Roger Krone, chairman and CEO of Leidos, and his wife Helen during the university’s homecoming festivities held Friday in Atlanta. The Roger A. and Helen B. Krone Engineered Biosystems Building has a 219,000-square-foot space for offices and laboratories to facilitate research across systems biology, cell …

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Xerox PARC to Collaborate With Siemens, 2 Universities on DARPA’s Design Modeling Tool Devt Program

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has selected a team composed of Xerox’s PARC subsidiary, Siemens, Georgia Tech and Michigan State University to build digital modeling tools designed to transform manufacturing processes through the TRAansformative DESign program. DARPA’s TRADES program seeks to further develop computer-aided design software to fabricate complex objects …

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Vencore’s Patrick Biltgen to Receive ASF’s Neil Armstrong Award of Excellence; Mac Curtis Comments

Patrick Biltgen, technical director of analytics at Vencore, will receive the inaugural Neil Armstrong Award of Excellence from the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation for his research work and efforts to expand science and technology-related exploration initiatives. ASF will present the award to Biltgen during the foundation’s Innovators Gala to be held on …

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DARPA Taps 5 Institutions to Develop ‘Graph Analytics Processors’ for Big Data Workloads

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has picked five organizations to create computing platforms designed to analyze and extract insights from large volumes of data. Intel, Northrop Grumman, Qualcomm Intelligent Solutions, Georgia Tech and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory will develop “graph analytics processors” under the Hierarchical Identify Verify Exploit program, DARPA …

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2 NASA-Backed Research Institutes Aim to Develop Space Tech Platforms for Long-Duration Missions

NASA has picked two proposals to establish research institutes that will work on space technology platforms designed to extend human presence in long-duration exploration missions. The agency will award each Space Technology Research Institute up to $15 million in funds over five years to develop technology platforms in the areas of …

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Five University Teams to Submit In-Space Spacecraft Assembly Concepts Under NASA Challenge

Five university teams will submit concepts for in-space spacecraft assembly as part of a challenge sponsored by the Game-Changing Development Program of NASA‘s space technology mission directorate. NASA said Dec. 16 one team each from Tulane University and University of Colorado Boulder, two from University of Maryland and one combined team from Georgia …

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