Faculty and Researchers

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Faculty and Researchers

Georgia Tech researchers and faculty members are on the front lines of scientific and technological progress. As they work to shape the future, we help to connect them to the innovation ecosystem.

Faculty and Researchers

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Market Possibilities
to Probabilities

“I-Corps opened my eyes to the possibility – and VentureLab provided a safe haven to launch a startup.”

Jeffrey Whalen, co-founder of FullScaleNANO, accepted the TechConnect Innovation Award at the TechConnect World Innovation Conference & Expo May 22-25 in Washington, D.C.

Making Money
from Ideas

Professor Chin-Hui Lee co-founded a company through VentureLab and recently won the TechConnect Innovation Award.

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the Course

Instead of taking the academia route as a Ph.D. student, Habib Fathi chose to form a company based on his years of study.

In Relentless

Pursuit of What's Next

Georgia Tech is home to world-class research, state-of-the-art facilities, and internationally recognized experts. Engaging with industry, government, and community organizations keeps our faculty and researchers on the leading edge of identifying and resolving some of the world’s toughest problems.

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Find Research Funding

There are multiple sources for finding funding and grants that will take your research to the next level:

Internal funding

External funding

Georgia Research Alliance funds

Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)and Small Business Technology Transfer Research (STTR) funding

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Commercialize Your Ideas

The NSF Innovation Corps (I-Corps) helps researchers extend their focus beyond the lab to determine whether there’s a market for what they’ve developed.

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Launch Your Own Startup

VentureLab helps Georgia Tech students, faculty, and staff commercialize their innovations and research anywhere in the world.

Georgia Tech researchers are working to improve the electric thrusters used to help satellites maintain their places in orbit, or to change orbits.