Applying scientific, engineering, and policy know-how to create the next solutions for some of the toughest problems of the modern battlefield and homeland security.
Georgia Tech is improving the safety and security of military personnel abroad and citizens at home by developing new technologies to defeat enemy threats and provide a strategic advantage against adversaries.
Putting a long history of systems engineering excellence into action, Georgia Tech researchers build new systems, integrate new technology into older systems, and rapidly produce end-to-end solutions that can be deployed wherever they are needed most.
- Sensor technologies
- Enhancing soldier survivability
- Modernizing defense electronics
- Policy research
- New generations of unmanned systems
- Information security and privacy
- Modeling of enemy capabilities and operations
Research Partnerships and Outreach
Much of our national security research takes place at the Georgia Tech Research Institute, while the Institute for Information Security & Privacy provides leadership in cybersecurity.