Research, dedications, studying, and construction.
Uzi Landman, Regents and Institute Professor in the School
of Physics, uses 900 parallel processors for a week to calculate the flights of
atomic particles called fermions and bosons, June 1. Photo by Allison Carter.
Philanthropist Bernie Marcus speaks during the dedication of
a new cell manufacturing research facility that is part of the Marcus Center for
Therapeutic Cell Characterization and Manufacturing, June 6. Photo by Rob
Aerospace engineering graduate student Byron Davis works on
one of the RANGE CubeSats scheduled to go into orbit this fall, June 13. Photo by
President G.P. "Bud" Peterson and first lady Val Peterson
met with Georgia Tech alumni and friends in several Georgia cities during the
annual Summer Tour, June 18–21. Photo by Laura Means.
Jasmine Walton, equipment operator in Facilities Management,
repairs the brick walkway in front of the Student Center, June 26. Photo by
Sultan Sayedzada, second-year computer engineering major,
and Kelsey Archer, second-year biomedical engineering major, study in the shade at
the Kessler Campanile. Students who take summer courses generally experience
smaller class sizes, have more interaction with faculty, and reduce the overall
time it takes to graduate. June 26. Photo by Allison Carter.
Photography: Allison Carter, Rob Felt, and Christopher Moore
Writing/Editing: Victor Rogers, Stacy