We are open to fruitful collaborations with research groups having similar interests and complementary expertise. Such activities allow us to create critical mass and competitive advantage in demanding research areas that require quick response to emerging opportunities by leveraging access to facilities, information and expertise. Collaborations enhance the scale and quality of graduate training and widen the addressable job market for our graduates.
We like our research to have a direct and quick impact on our society through collaboration with industry and working on “real world” problems. For both small and large businesses, building successful partnerships with top class universities provides access to world-class materials characterization and fabrication facilities and intellectual resources outside the pool of the company’s expertise. The industrial partners can be provided with fresh knowledge and objective perspectives in the relevant field to help them identify the source of existing problems and provide innovative solutions. Starting exploratory joint projects with the university provides companies with cost-effective solutions without the long-term obligations and normal business expansion costs involved. Developing research relationships with a top engineering school enhances the reputation for large corporations and provides consumer confidence for small businesses. Industrial partners also benefit from having early access to experienced Georgia Tech graduates who could be attracted to continue working on relevant projects as the industry’s future employees.
Please email Prof. Gleb Yushin: firstname.lastname@example.org to explore collaborative opportunities
Some of our current or prior research collaborators outside Georgia Tech include:
Prof. Yury Gogotsi
Prof. Mikhail Limonov
Prof. Patrice Simon
Prof. John E. Fischer
Prof. Alexander Baryshev
Prof. Michel Barsoum
Prof. Sergey Mikhalovsky
Dr. Sergey Kucheyev