Events Archive

  • Nov 30 to Dec 2

    Microbial Dynamics and Infection

    Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons, 266 4th St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313

    104th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Branch of the American Society for Microbiology

    Georgia Tech is hosting the 104th annual meeting of the Southeastern Branch of the American Society for Microbiology.

    Graduate students, $75; postdocs, $100; faculty, $150

  • Nov 18-20

    Georgia Tech @ 71st American Physical Society Division of Fluid Dynamics Meeting

    Georgia World Congress Center, 285 Andrew Young International Blvd NW, Atlanta, GA 30313

    College of Sciences faculty are helping organize the largest fluid dynamics meeting of the year.

    College of Sciences faculty from the Schools of Biological Sciences, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, and Physics are members of the local organizing committee for the largest fluid dynamics meeting of the year. 

    Registration is required.

  • Nov 6

    Climate Change: Science at Ponce City Market

    Ponce City Farmers Market, at the Shed on the Beltline

    Georgia Tech Professor Kim Cobb will discuss what her research says about climate variability and climate change.

    Members of the Georgia Tech School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences present "Science Showcase at Ponce City Farmers Market" one Tuesday per month from June to November. Each month, they will bring to the market a timely topic of Earth science: Disaster Preparedness (June 12), Urbanization & the Water Cycle (July 3), Underwater Robots & Ice Sheets (Aug. 7), DIY Meteorology Kits (Sept. 4), Dark Skies Protection (Oct. 2), and Climate Change (Nov. 6) 

  • Oct 31

    Petit Institute Distinguished Lecture

    Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience, Atrium • (404) 894-6228 • http://petitinstitute.gatech.edu/

    "From Academia to Government to Industry: Lessons Learned" - Elias Zerhouni, M.D. - President, Global Research & Development, Sanofi

  • Oct 2

    Dark Skies Protection: Science at Ponce City Market

    Ponce City Farmers Market, at the Shed on the Beltline

    Learn why the loss of dark skies is a problem.

    Members of the Georgia Tech School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences present "Science Showcase at Ponce City Farmers Market" one Tuesday per month from June to November. Each month, they will bring to the market a timely topic of Earth science: Disaster Preparedness (June 12), Urbanization & the Water Cycle (July 3), Underwater Robots & Ice Sheets (Aug. 7), DIY Meteorology Kits (Sept. 4), Dark Skies Protection (Oct. 2), and Climate Change (Nov. 6) 

  • Sep 13-15

    School of Psychology @ SCANS: Smokies Cognition and Neuroscience Symposium

    Renaissance Asheville Hotel, Asheville, NC

    Georgia Tech psychologists are among headliners of inaugural meeting.

    Smokies Cognition and Neuroscience Conference (SCAN) is a small, informal conference for cognitive and neuroscience laboratories of the Great Smokey Mountain states of Georgia, North Carolina, and Tennessee

  • Sep 4

    DIY Meteorology Kits: Science at Ponce City Market

    Ponce City Farmers Market, at the Shed on the Beltline

    Learn how to build your own meteorology kit at home from common items.

    Members of the Georgia Tech School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences present "Science Showcase at Ponce City Farmers Market" one Tuesday per month from June to November. Each month, they will bring to the market a timely topic of Earth science: Disaster Preparedness (June 12), Urbanization & the Water Cycle (July 3), Underwater Robots & Ice Sheets (Aug. 7), DIY Meteorology Kits (Sept. 4), Dark Skies Protection (Oct. 2), and Climate Change (Nov. 6) 

  • Aug 7

    Underwater Robots & Ice Sheets: Science at Ponce City Market

    Ponce City Farmers Market, at the Shed on the Beltline

    Learn about the unmanned robotic vehicles that Georgia Tech scientists have built to study ice sheets from below the ice surface.

    Members of the Georgia Tech School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences present "Science Showcase at Ponce City Farmers Market" one Tuesday per month from June to November. Each month, they will bring to the market a timely topic of Earth science: Disaster Preparedness (June 12), Urbanization & the Water Cycle (July 3), Underwater Robots & Ice Sheets (Aug. 7), DIY Meteorology Kits (Sept. 4), Dark Skies Protection (Oct. 2), and Climate Change (Nov. 6) 

  • Jul 12-15

    Georgia Tech @ The Topology and Geometry of Low Dimensional Manifolds Conference

    The University of Texas, Austin

    School of Mathematics Professor John Etnyre, one of four organizers, leads the Georgia Tech delegation.

    Georgia Tech mathematicians led by John Etnyre join others in the University of Texas, Austin, to discuss recent trends in low-dimensional topology.

    Registration is requested.

  • Jul 3

    Urbanization & the Water Cycle: Science at Ponce City Market

    Ponce City Farmers Market, at the Shed on the Beltline

    Learn about the water shed that supplies Atlanta's water for drinking and other uses.

    Members of the Georgia Tech School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences present "Science Showcase at Ponce City Farmers Market" one Tuesday per month from June to November. Each month, they will bring to the market a timely topic of Earth science: Disaster Preparedness (June 12), Urbanization & the Water Cycle (July 3), Underwater Robots & Ice Sheets (Aug. 7), DIY Meteorology Kits (Sept. 4), Dark Skies Protection (Oct. 2), and Climate Change (Nov. 6)