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Dr. Robert T. McGrath, GTRI Director
Dr. Robert T. McGrath, GTRI Director February 2011
During the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, GTRI's Charles Stancil led a team that successfully demonstrated the use of GPS technology for guidance and navigation of helicopters in the urban environment.
EES electromagnetic compatibility specialists use an antenna to study radio signal penetration of buildings, 1981.
EES engineer Vic Tripp and the simulation of the international space station air lock. EES designed a "towel bar" antenna for the chamber that allowed radio communications while people were entering or leaving the station for space walks.
EES engineers adapted radar techniques initially developed for non-metallic mine detection to civilian applications. One version locates underground pipes. Another detects voids beneath pavement, 1983.
EES researchers built the first millimeter wave direction finding system for the U.S. Department of Defense.
EES used the Advanced Components Test Facility to test promising solar technologies, such as the Westinghouse-owned fluidized bed reactor, 1979.
EES' Van Willis uses "Long Tom Cutie Pie" for a radiation survey around a 3750lb carrier in the Radioisotopes and Bioengineering Laboratory, 1960.
Edward K. Reedy, director of GTRI and vice president of Georgia Institute of Technology, 1998-2003.
Emergency response workers simulated a chlorine gas emergency for President Bush on the Georgia Tech campus, March 27, 2002. Mr. Bush saw demonstrations of three GTRI technologies designed to help emergency workers.
First EES director, W. Harry Vaughan (left), 1934-1940, visiting Director Don Grace, 1976-1992, in 1984. This was Vaughan's first visit to EES in 30 years.
GA House of Representatives GTRI 75th Resolution rev
GA State Senate GTRI 75th Resolution rev
GTRI Researcher John Stewart led a project to evaluate infrared temperature sensing to control meat cooking, 2006.
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