Innovation in Biomedical Devices & Health Applications

Creating a bridge between France and Atlanta in health research and innovation is at the forefront of this symposium which brings together researchers from The Regional Hospital Center of Metz- Thionville (CHR) and The Georgia Institute of Technology. Panelists will discuss … Read More

Georgia Tech and Airbus: A Long-standing History

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Industry leaders from aerospace giant Airbus and researchers from Georgia Tech’s Daniel Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering highlight how research-rich educational programs and an aggressive pursuit of technology and innovation help them tackle today’s most challenging problems in advanced aircraft … Read More

Georgia Tech and ISAE-SUPAERO: A Strategic Partnership

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The president of Toulouse-based ISAE-SUPAERO, Olivier Lesbre, and his executive team join faculty and students from Georgia Tech’s School of Aerospace Engineering to share their experience and views on innovations in aerospace, research and the future of higher education. A long … Read More

Wastewater for Smart Cities: From Sludge to Bioenergy

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As populations in cities grow, urban water management challenges increase. At this roundtable event, researchers plus municipal and industry leaders from Atlanta and Toulouse discuss today’s challenges and innovations in wastewater management, highlighting a shift from disposal to energy creation … Read More

Crystal Peach Awards

  The 2018 annual Crystal Peach Awards luncheon, which will feature Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms as keynote speaker, recognizes four outstanding corporate honorees for their commitment to economic growth, innovation and the expansion of commercial relations between France and … Read More

CANCELLED: NSF – CNRS Dialogue: Global Challenges of the 21st Century

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DUE TO CIRCUMSTANCES BEYOND OUR CONTROL, THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. Climate change, cybersecurity, public health policy, and clean energy – the U.S. NSF, and France’s CNRS are actively engaged in addressing these societal challenges and more. Which issues will … Read More

Celebrating Georgia Tech – Lorraine: Our Flagship International Program (05-26-2016)

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Celebrating Georgia Tech – Lorraine: Our Flagship International Program Thu, 05/26/2016 – 09:14 am   Tomorrow, May 27, Val and I will participate in the 25th anniversary celebration of Georgia Tech-Lorraine (GTL) at our campus in Metz, France. GTL is … Read More

Powering the World with Photovoltaics: Status and Opportunities

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  Using more renewable energy sources for electricity generation is without doubt on the global agenda to mitigate climate change. Solar power and particularly photovoltaics is an attractive technology that offers innovative approaches than can transform our electrical infrastructure. Powering … Read More

Mobility in healthcare and civic engagement—ICTs and the future of development

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Smartphones and other mobile platforms are proliferating throughout the developing world, especially as device costs rapidly decrease. Cellular voice and data increasingly reaches towards all corners of the world. These technology and economic trends have spurred research, field trials and … Read More