Georgia Tech professors are closely watching the aftermath of the massive deadly earthquake and tsunami in Japan, and are able to provide insight as the events unfold. From the nuclear crisis to earthquake engineering to logistics, the Georgia Tech faculty listed below can give perspective on Japan’s ongoing crisis.
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Tech and Japan in the News
Eight Georgia Tech students who planned to spend spring semester in Japan as part of the International Work Abroad and Office of International Education (OIE) programs have left the country as directed by a U.S. State Department travel advisory issued following the earthquake and tsunami. Contact has been made with a student and faculty advisor who remain there.
CNN — Tue, 2011-03-15 23:00
CNN.com — Tue, 2011-03-15 23:00