Basic and applied research in manufacturing, trade, and logistics, supported by our strengths in materials and management.
Georgia Tech is home to some of the best engineering, manufacturing, and logistics programs in the world. We lead the drive toward a manufacturing renaissance by taking advantage of the synergy that exists in our innovation ecosystem and working closely with industry and government.
Industrial sponsors tap into comprehensive expertise from manufacturing processes and factory automation to supply chain management and enterprise transformation. Sponsors also benefit from our experience in moving research innovations from the lab to the marketplace.
- Additive manufacturing
- Sustainable design and production
- Precision machining
- Factory information systems
- Model-based systems engineering
- Advanced composites
- Robotics and automation
- Integrated and remote sensors
- Information systems
- Wireless communications
Research Partnerships and Outreach
Georgia Tech provides leadership through the Advanced Manufacturing Partnership, a national initiative designed to help U.S. companies improve cost, quality, and speed of production so they can remain globally competitive. President G.P. “Bud” Peterson serves on the steering committee, collaborating with the nation’s top industry, government, and higher-education leaders.
Using our advanced manufacturing technologies, companies partnering with Georgia Tech gain a competitive edge based on proprietary design, superior supply chain, and personalized post-sale services.