Research at Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech researchers are leading a $6.25 million Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative that will use collective emergent behavior to achieve task-oriented objectives. The researchers are trying to predict and design emergent behavior within computation by using basic algorithms on simple machines to perform complex tasks.

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Research at Georgia Tech

Advancing at the Intersection

Important discoveries often take place at the intersection of disciplines. Georgia Tech's research enterprise encourages the kinds of multidisciplinary collaboration that makes these advances possible.

We've broken down the barriers between our schools, colleges and interdisciplinary research organizations to provide federal agencies, companies, and philanthropic organizations the results they need from research investments.

 

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Georgia Tech consistently ranks among the top U.S. universities in the volume of research conducted, and and in 2017, we conducted $824 million in research. But addressing critical research challenges isn’t enough. We’re also moving these solutions out into the world through commercialization and technology transfer, creating an innovation ecosystem to benefit stakeholders ranging from students to startup companies.

To learn more about the specifics of Georgia Tech research, please visit our research areas page. And for the latest research news, visit our Research Horizons page and subscribe to our monthly e-newsletter.

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The Georgia Institute of Technology invites applications and nominations for the position of Vice President for Interdisciplinary Research (VPIR). Reporting to the Executive Vice President for Research (EVPR), the VPIR is a senior level administrator responsible for various aspects of interdisciplinary research and serves on the EVPR’s leadership team. This position is an academic faculty position appointed at 50 to 75 percent time.

Call for Applications: Vice President for Research Operations

The Georgia Institute of Technology invites applications and nominations for the position of Vice President for Research Operations (VPRO). Reporting to the Executive Vice President for Research (EVPR), the VPRO is responsible for various aspects of research operations. This position is a faculty position appointed at 50 to 75 percent time.

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