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Title: Research News and Publications Office Visual Materials
Identification: VAUA341
Date: ca. 1965-1999
Size/Quantity: 2.0 linear feet (approximately 2134 images)
Language: This collection is written in English.
Creator: Georgia Institute of Technology. Research News and Publications Office.
Repository: Archives & Records Management, Library, Georgia Institute of Technology
Abstract:The Research News and Publications Office Visual Materials consists of slides and photographs documenting research and innovation at Georgia Tech and organizations related to Georgia Tech. The images in this collection were taken to illustrate articles in one of RNPO's publications.

Biographical/Historical Note

The Georgia Tech Research News and Publications Office (RNPO) offers media relations, publication services, and online support for research and service activities at Georgia Tech. The Research News and Publications Office produces Research Horizons Magazine, Impact Newsletter, and the Georgia Tech Research Institute Annual Report. RNPO has won many media relations awards from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE).

The Research News and Publications Office serves three major groups on campus: Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), the Vice Provost for Research and Graduate Studies, and the Vice Provost for Economic Development and Technology Ventures (EDTV). RNPO also reports information from other Georgia Tech entities such as Advanced Technology Development Center, Enterprise Innovation Institute, and VentureLab.

For more information visit the official Research News and Publications Office website at gtresearchnews.gatech.edu.


Scope and Content Note

The Research News and Publications Office Visual Materials consists of slides and photographs documenting research and innovation at Georgia Tech and organizations related to Georgia Tech. The images in this collection were taken to illustrate articles in one of RNPO's publications and possibly used for presentations as well. The slides are color images while the photographs are black and white. Although most of the items processed originally have titles or captions, there are both slides and photographs without identification or categories. Very few of the photographs are dated and none of the slides processed originally have dates. Although many of the addenda materials have approximate dates, many do not have titles or captions.


Arrangement

The materials in this collection are divided into two series: Slides and Photographs. Each series is further divided into sub-series. These sub-series are the original categories used by RNPO: acoustics, aerospace, agriculture, airborne labs, alternate energy, antennas, architecture, artificial intelligence, ATDC/High Tech, Atlanta, bioengineering and biosciences, biomedical, biotechnology and biology, buildings, ceramic engineering, chemical engineerings, chemistry, civil engineering, command and control, communications, computer science, computers, computers GTRI, defense electronics and communications, earth and atmospheric sciences, economic development, electrical engineering, electromagnetic effects, energy, environment, environmental safety and health, facilities, field offices, general, general GTRI, geophysical sciences, GTRI Labs, health, historic, industrial, industrial and systems engineering (ISyE), infrared and electro-optics, international, lasers, management, manufacturing, manufacturing technology, material sciences, materials GTRI, mechanical engineering, microelectronics, microelectronics academic, millimeter waves, minorities, nation, Olympics, personalities, physics, poultry, psychology, radar, Rehab Tech, robotics, social sciences, space, state, students, telecommunications, textiles, and transportation.

SERIES 1, Slides: RNPO assigned each category a slide tray or rack number and each slide an item number. The slides were organized in these categories and retain the original slide tray-item number. The categories are in alphabetical order; this order has no bearing on the slide tray numbers. There are a few categories without slides. There are also some slides without known categories even though they have an original number.

The slides processed originally and the slides processed as addenda are two separate groupings of slides. This is evident by the duplication of rack/tray numbers corresponding to different category headings and vice versa. To help eliminate confusion, a prefix was added--"A" is the prefix for the originally processed materials, "B" is the prefix for the addenda slides. Although many of the subject heading are repeated in the addenda materials, not all are, and there are some new headings as well.

SERIES 2, Photographs: The photos were not part of any original numbering system, therefore they were placed under a new numbering system. However, the arrangement of the photographs is based on the existing category system. Some photos are unidentified and/or the correct category was unclear.


Index Terms

College publicity.
Engineering--Research--Georgia--Atlanta.
Georgia Institute of Technology. Public relations.
Georgia Institute of Technology. Research News and Publications Office.
Georgia Tech Research Institute.
Health--Research.
Research, Industrial--Georgia--Atlanta.
Research--Georgia--Atlanta.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Please cite Research News and Publications Office Visual Materials VAUA341, Archives, Library and Information Center, Georgia Institute of Technology.

Provenance

Accession #2002.051. Accession #1993.1101 is addenda material, approximately .75 linear feet (973 slides).

Processing Information

Mallory Velten and Mandi D. Johnson processed these visual materials in May 2008. Aproximately .75 linear foot of addenda material (973 slides) processed by Mandi D. Johnson in July 2009.

Accruals

This collection may receive additional accessions in the future. These materials will be added to the collection and the finding aid updated as needed.


Restrictions

Restrictions: Access

None.

Restrictions: Use

Permission to publish materials from this collection must be obtained from the Head of Archives and Special Collections.


Other Finding Aids

A print copy of this finding aid is available in the Georgia Tech Archives reading room.


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A-SERIES 1: Slides, undated, ca. 1980-1999

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11Acoustics [Tray 7, Slides 1-100], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-7-8: Bernard Gunn: Measuring Acoustic Energy, undated
A-7-9: Studying the way fish use sound waves/Georgia Tech photo by Joe Schwartz, undated
A-7-11: Study on Controlling Wind Noise, undated
A-7-12: Steve Griffin (right)/Satya Hanagud/“Smart Guitars”, undated
A-7-13: Using active noise control to create “smart” windows/walls, undated
A-7-14: Acoustics research in industrial noise control; Ahuja & student/Photo: Stanley Leary, undated
A-7-14: Acoustics research in industrial noise control: ex.- shop vac/Photo: Stanley Leary, undated
A-7-15: High-temp acoustic liner test facility; Ahuja (1) & Gaeta/Photo by Gary Meek, undated
A-7-16: Sonic Boom Research/Georgia Tech Photo by Joe Schwartz, undated
A-7-19: Learning how fish use sound waves to locate other fish, undated
A-7-20: Learning how fish use sound waves to locate other fish, undated
A-7-22: Wide-band acoustic liner material/Photo: Stanley Leary/GA Tech TelePhoto, undated
A-7-24: Smart Windows, undated
A-7-25: Smart Windows, undated

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43Aerospace SEE ALSO B-4
12Aerospace [Tray 8, Slides 1-100], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-8-1: Improving comutational fluid dynamic codes for hypersonic aircrafts, undated
A-8-4: Low speed visualization technique to conduct studies of flow interactions, undated
A-8-5: Low speed visualization technique to conduct studies of flow interactions, undated
A-8-11: Aerospace, undated
A-8-12: Aerospace, undated
A-8-14: Aerospace, undated
A-8-15: Aerospace/Georgia Tech Photo by Joe Schwartz, undated
A-8-16: Aerospace, undated
A-8-18: Jet Exhaust of a CH53 Helicopter, undated
A-8-22: Aerospace, undated
A-8-23: Visualization of a hypersonic guidance and control problem, undated
A-8-24: Aerospace, undated
A-8-25: Aerospace, undated
A-8-26: Aerospace, undated
A-8-27: Aerospace, undated
A-8-28: Robert Roglin, undated
A-8-29: Untitled, undated
A-8-30: Untitled, undated
A-8-31: Untitled, undated
A-8-32: Ishida Aerospace Rch. TW-68 Tilt Wing, undated
A-8-33: Ishida Aerospace Rch. TW-68 Tilt Wing, undated
A-8-34: Ishida Aerospace Rch. TW-68 Tilt Wing, undated
A-8-35: Expanded flight envelope for MH-53J helicopter, undated
A-8-36: Dr. Marilyn Smith/Teaching high-speed aerodynamics, hypersonics or transonic aerodyn., undated
A-8-37: Dr. Marilyn Smith/Helping to enhance aircraft design, undated
A-8-38: Flight Simulator, undated
A-8-42: Multi-function microchip designed for micro air vehicles/Georgia Tech Photo, undated
A-8-43: Untitled, undated
A-8-44: Aerospace, undated
A-8-45: Untitled, undated
A-8-47: Aerospace, undated

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56Agriculture SEE ALSO B-24
13Agriculture [Tray 10, Slides 1-100], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-10-2: Untitled, undated
A-10-18: Untitled, undated
51Airborne Labs SEE B-19
415Alternate Energy SEE B-16
52Antennas SEE ALSO B-20
510Antennas SEE ALSO B-28
14Antennas [Tray 25, Slides 1-100], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-25-6: Georgia Tech Research/Antenna Development Fort Huachuca, undated
A-25-8: Adjusting satellite tracking equipment/Antenna at Woodbury Research Facility, undated
A-25-11: Low-cost Vision System Sensors, undated
A-25-12: Feeney, Wilson: Window Curtain Antenna, undated
A-25-15: Phased array antenna radiometers, undated
A-25-16: Woodbury Research Facility, undated
A-25-17: Installing microwave measuring equipment, undated
A-25-19: Untitled, undated
A-25-20: Wang-Tripp Antenna in GT Compact Range, undated
A-25-no number: Antenna Testing/Georgia Tech Photo by Gary Meek, undated
44Architecture SEE ALSO B-5
15Architecture [Tray 5, Slides 201-300], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-5-201: Plasma Torch: Makes soils into rock-like materials that is stronger than concrete, undated
A-5-203: Architecture, undated
A-5-204: Architecture, undated
A-5-206: Vijay Tipnis/Manufacturing Research Ctr., undated
A-5-208: Lou Circeo: Plasma Art Torch Stabilizes Soil, undated
A-5-209: Lou Circeo: Plasma Art Torch Stabilizes Soil, undated
16Artificial Intelligence [Tray 27, Slides 1-100], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-27-1: Artificial Intelligence, undated
57ATDC/High Tech SEE ALSO B-25
58ATDC/High Tech SEE ALSO B-26
17ATDC/High Tech [Tray 11, Slides 1-100], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-11-2: ATDC/High Tech, undated
A-11-3: Futch Robot with Sherman Dudley, undated
A-11-4: Robot with Sherman Dudley, undated
A-11-6: ATDC/High Tech, undated
A-11-8: Untitled, undated
A-11-13: Untitled, undated
A-11-23: James L. Martin (GA Power)/Roy Plott (GA Research Center), undated
A-11-24: Georgia Research Center, undated
42Atlanta SEE ALSO B-3
46Atlanta SEE ALSO B-7
18Atlanta [Tray 3, Slides 101-200], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-3-101: Atlanta Zoo, undated
A-3-104: City of Atlanta, undated
A-3-108-95: Untitled, undated
A-3-116: Untitled, undated
A-3-117: Untitled, undated
A-3-121: Hartsfield Aerospace/Atlanta Airport, undated
A-3-122: Atlanta Zoo/Design research at Zoo Atlanta: Piper, Maple, Wineman, undated
A-3-123: Atlanta Zoo, undated
A-3-124: Zoo, undated
A-3-125: Zoo, undated
A-3-126: Zoo, undated
A-3-127: Low Income Housing, undated
A-3-128: Low Income Housing, undated
A-3-129: Low Income Housing, undated
A-3-130: Design research at Zoo Atlanta: Piper, Maple, Wineman/Zoo Atlanta, undated
A-3-131: Zoo Atlanta, undated
19Bioengineering and Biosciences [Tray 12, Slides 1-100], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-12-1: Dr. Paul Edmonds runs ELISA test on sample, undated
A-12-2: Study of Atherosclerosis/Robert Nerem, undated
A-12-3: Study of Atherosclerosis/Robert Nerem, undated
A-12-4: Study of Atherosclerosis/Robert Nerem, undated
A-12-5: Study of Atherosclerosis/Robert Nerem, undated
A-12-6: Study of Atherosclerosis/Robert Nerem, undated
A-12-7: Study of Atherosclerosis/Robert Nerem, undated
A-12-8: Study of Atherosclerosis/Robert Nerem, undated
A-12-9: Study of Atherosclerosis/Robert Nerem, undated
A-12-10: Study of Atherosclerosis/Robert Nerem, undated
A-12-11: Study of Atherosclerosis/Robert Nerem, undated
A-12-12: Gary Cecchine (Gra. Student) Examining a rotifer, undated
A-12-39: Untitled, undated
410Biomedical SEE B-11
43Biotechnology and Biology SEE B-4
44Buildings SEE ALSO B-5
110Buildings [Tray 5, Slides 1-100], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-5-1: Manufacturing Research Center, undated
A-5-2: Manufacturing Research Center, undated
A-5-3: Manufacturing Research Center, undated
A-5-4: Manufacturing Research Center, undated
A-5-5: Manufacturing Research Center, undated
A-5-6: Manufacturing Research Center, undated
A-5-7: Manufacturing Research Center, undated
A-5-8: Untitled, undated
A-5-10: Centennial Research Bldg./Artist conception of new research building, undated
A-5-11: Untitled, undated
A-5-12: Georgia Tech Manuf. Research Center, undated
A-5-15: Untitled, undated
A-5-16: Untitled, undated
A-5-17: Untitled, undated
A-5-18: Untitled, undated
A-5-20: Untitled, undated
A-5-21: Untitled, undated
A-5-22: ATDC Bldg., undated
A-5-23: ATDC Bldg., undated
A-5-24: Untitled, undated
A-5-25: ATDC Bldg., undated
A-5-27: Hinman Research Bldg., undated
A-5-28: Hinman Research Bldg., undated
A-5-29: Microelectronics Research Center, undated
A-5-30: Microelectronics Research Center, undated
A-5-33: French Bldg., undated
A-5-34: French Bldg., undated
A-5-35: French Bldg., undated
A-5-36: EES Bldg., undated
A-5-37: Manufacturing Research Center, undated
A-5-38: ATDC/Scientific Atlanta, undated
A-5-39: Chemical Engineering Bldg., undated
A-5-41: Manufacturing Research Center, undated
A-5-42: Manufacturing Research Center, undated
A-5-43: Manufacturing Research Center/Michael J. Kelly/Georgia Tech Photo by Gary Meek, undated
A-5-44: Manufacturing Research Building, undated
A-5-45: Manufacturing Research Building, undated
A-5-46: Manufacturing Research Building, undated
A-5-47: Manufacturing Research Building, undated
A-5-48: Manufacturing Research Building, undated
A-5-50: Microelectronics Res. Bldg., undated
A-5-51: Microelectronics Res. Bldg., undated
A-5-52: Microelectronics Res. Bldg., undated
A-5-53: Untitled, undated
A-5-54: Untitled, undated
A-5-55: Office of Research Information/Engineering Experiment Station, undated
A-5-57: Untitled, undated
A-5-57: Untitled, undated
A-5-58: Untitled, undated
A-5-59: Untitled, undated
A-5-62: Untitled, undated
A-5-63: Manufacturing Research Center/Georgia Tech Photo by Joe Schwartz, undated
A-5-64: Georgia Tech Manuf. Research Center, undated
47Ceramic Engineering SEE ALSO B-8
111Ceramic Engineering [Tray 13, Slides 1-100], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-13-3: Ceramic Engineering, undated
A-13-4: Ceramic Engineering, undated
A-13-5: Ceramic Engineering, undated
A-13-6: Ceramic Engineering, undated
A-13-7: Ceramic Engineering, undated
A-13-8: Ceramic Engineering, undated
A-13-10: Ceramic Engineering, undated
46Chemical Engineering SEE ALSO B-7
112Chemical Engineering [Tray 13, Slides 201-300], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-A-13-203: Chemical Engineering, undated
A-13-204: Untitled, undated
A-13-205: Chemical Engineering, undated
A-13-206: Chemical Engineering, undated
A-13-207: Chemical Engineering, undated
A-13-208: Chemical Engineering, undated
A-13-209: Chemical Engineering, undated
A-13-210: Catalysts, undated
A-13-212: Chemical Engineering, undated
A-13-213: Chemical Engineering, undated
A-13-216: J. Hsieh & D. Beck – De-inking tube reactor, undated
A-13-217: D. Beck – batch reactor used in de-inking process, undated
A-13-218: J. Hsieh – De-inking recycled fibers, undated
A-13-220: Identifying and characterizing serine proteases, undated
A-13-221: Identifying and characterizing serine proteases, undated
A-13-222: Modern Gas Chromatograph/Mass Spectrometer/Georgia Tech Photo by Gary Meek, undated
A-13-223: Serine Proteases, undated
A-13-224: Exploring the activity of serine proteases, undated
A-13-225: Andrew Hunt/Combustion Chemical Dep. Vapor, undated
A-13-228: Mass Spec. study of Civil War medicines, undated
A-13-229: Mass Spec. study of Civil War medicines, undated
A-13-230: Steve Alexander/Hydrogen Sulfide Removal, undated
A-13-231: Steve Alexander/Hydrogen Sulfide Removal, undated
A-13-232: Dr. Lauren Tolbert. Polyimide molecule manufactured through a process which offers more flexibility, undated
A-13-234: Serine Proteases/Ahmed Abuelyaman/Georgia Tech Photo by Margaret Barrett, undated
A-13-235: Serine Proteases, undated
A-13-236: Serine Proteases, undated
46Chemistry SEE ALSO B-7
410Chemistry SEE ALSO B-11
113Chemistry [Tray 13, Slides 101-200], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-13-101: J. Gold, undated
A-13-103: Untitled, undated
A-13-109: Goniometer. Rotates protein crystals for proper orientation in an x-ray, undated
A-13-110: Goniometer. Rotates protein crystals for proper orientation in an x-ray, undated
A-13-112: Device that interfaces two chemical analysis techniques, undated
A-13-113: Chemistry, undated
A-13-114: Chemistry, undated
A-13-115: Chemistry/Biomedical, undated
A-13-116: Dr. Leon Zalkow, undated
A-13-117: Chemistry, undated
A-13-118: Chemistry, undated
A-13-119: Kudzu Study. Makes a better fiber./Dr. Jeffery Hsieh, undated
A-13-120: Alicia Long – Zeolites, undated
A-13-121: Terry Snell (Biology) points out fluorescence in a rotifer, undated
A-13-122: Dr. Mark White. Adjusting surface science equipment, undated
A-13-123: Tropical Fish Study/Hughes, undated
A-13-124: Tropical Fish Study/Hughes, undated
A-13-125: Tropical Fish Study/Hughes, undated
A-13-126: Pat Gillis, undated
A-13-127: Untitled, undated
A-13-130: Liquid crystals suspended in glycerol, undated
A-13-131: Student drawing water samples from ecosystem, undated
A-13-132: Student and saltwater ecosystem in Chemistry class./Photo: Stanley Leary, undated
A-13-133: Student drawing water samples from ecosystem, undated
A-13-135: DNA with drug interaction, undated
A-13-137: Dr. Mark White/“Designer Catalysts”/Georgia Tech Photo by Margaret Barrett), undated
A-13-138: Dr. Mark White/“Designer Catalysts”, undated
A-13-139: Preparing plants for testing for drug discovery research/Dr. Leon Zalkow/Pictured: Ph.D. students John Lambropoulos and Dawn Fraser, undated
A-13-140: Nanotube filled with silver bead particles/High resolution electron micrograph of nanotubes, undated
A-13-141: Detailed view of silver beads and the eroded inner layers of the nanotube/High resolution of electron micrograph of nanotubes, undated
A-13-142: Tropical Fish Study, undated
A-13-143: Tropical Fish Study, undated
A-13-144: Tropical Fish Study, undated
A-13-145: Tropical Fish Study, undated
A-13-146: Zeolites/Alicia Long, undated
A-13-147: Untitled, undated
114Civil Engineering [Tray 26, Slides 101-200], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-26-101: Coal Ash, undated
A-26-102: Coal Ash, undated
A-26-103: Sam Martin, undated
A-26-104: Abdul Zurcicle/Composite Beams, undated
411Command and Control SEE B-12
411Communications SEE B-12
512Computer Science SEE B-30
115Computers [Tray 14, Slides 1-100], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-14-1: Computer Visualization, undated
A-14-2: Computer Visualization, undated
A-14-3: Computer Visualization, undated
A-14-4: Anne Balsamo. Human body is depicted in virtual reality, undated
A-14-5: Anne Balsamo. Human body is depicted in virtual reality, undated
A-14-6: Anne Balsamo. Human body is depicted in virtual reality, undated
A-14-7: Anne Balsamo. Human body is depicted in virtual reality, undated
A-14-9: Paul Steffes. Electrical & Computer Engineering. Remote Sensing, undated
A-14-11: Computer Simulation, undated
A-14-27: Computer Tracking of Nematodes, undated
A-14-36: Computer Visualization, undated
A-14-38: Computer Visualization, undated
A-14-42: Untitled, undated
A-14-46: A. Porter – Technology Opportunities Analysis Knowbot software, undated
A-14-47: Examining a neural net IC amplifier, undated
A-14-48: 3-D Optical Digitizer, undated
A-14-49: Georgia Tech Photo by Margaret Barrett, undated
A-14-50: Untitled, undated
A-14-51: Ajit Yoganathan. Studying effectiveness of artificial heart valves, undated
A-14-55: Photo: Gary Meek/Ga. Tech TelePhoto, undated
A-14-57: HyperTech & Accessing Large Map, DB, Photo & Text Files, undated
A-14-58: View from elevator in a virtual reality hotel lobby, undated
A-14-59: S. Liebeskind & K. Pennywitt/HyperTech, undated
A-14-60: A student testing the virtual reality headgear used in the phobia proj., undated
A-14-61: Examining a window, gathering data to enter into a expert sys., undated
A-14-62: Studying wave patterns altered by the “smart” materials on a guitar, undated
A-14-63: Virtual Reality, undated
A-14-64: Alan Porter. Studying results of a search of a software, undated
A-14-65: Photo: Zoo Atlanta/Joe Seabo/Virtual Reality: Zoo/Dr. Jean Wineman, undated
A-14-66: Virtual Reality: Zoo/Dr. Larry Hodges/Photo: Zoo Atlanta/Joe Seabo, undated
A-14-67: Photo: Zoo Atlanta/Joe Seabo, undated
A-14-68: Student tests virtual reality gorilla ex. at zoo/Photo: Zoo Atlanta/Joe Seabo, undated
A-14-69: Photo: Zoo Atlanta/Joe Seabo/Student looks at real gorillas at zoo, undated
A-14-70: Virtual Reality Gorilla Exhibit, undated
A-14-71: Virtual Reality Gorilla Exhibit, undated
A-14-72: Virtual Reality: Fear of Heights/Grad student Drew Kessler; Dr. Larry Hodges, Comput./Dr. Barbara Rothbaum, undated
A-14-73: Motion Interactive (MINT) software, undated
A-14-74: Neural Networks/Martin Brooke, undated
A-14-76: Jim Mahaffey/neural networks, undated
A-14-77: Jim Mahaffey: neural networks, undated
A-14-78: Dr. John Stasko/Algorithm Animation/Georgia Tech Photo by Gary Meek, undated
A-14-82: 3-D Optical Digitizer/Mike Sinclair, undated
A-14-83: 3-D Optical Digitizer/Mike Sinclair, undated
A-14-84: Untitled, undated
A-14-86: Optical switches, undated
A-14-87: Optical switches, undated
A-14-89: Training on ATMs, undated
A-14-92: Zoo Atlanta’s Gorilla Squad/Student looks at real gorillas at zoo./Photo: Zoo Atlanta/Joe Seabo, undated
A-14-93: Virtual reality gorilla exhibit, Zoo Atlanta & Ga Tech, undated
A-14-94: Gorilla Virtual Reality Exhibit Zoo Atlanta, undated
A-14-95: Gorilla Virtual Reality Exhibit Zoo Atlanta, undated
A-14-96: Tara Sconza, 8th grader at Westminster Sch./Virtual Gorilla Exhibit, undated
A-14-97: Interactive kiosks at Michael C. Carlos Museum; IMTC project/Photo: Stanley Leary, undated
A-14-99: Virtual elevator, undated
A-14-100: Virtual elevator, undated
511Computers, GTRI SEE B-29
512Computers, GTRI SEE ALSO B-30
412Defense Electronics and Communications SEE ALSO B-13
116Defense Electronics and Communications [Tray 15, Slides 1-100], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-15-16: Electronics, undated
A-15-17: Electronics, undated
A-15-18: Untitled, undated
A-15-23: Untitled, undated
A-15-28: Untitled, undated
A-15-42: Untitled, undated
A-15-45: Untitled, undated
A-15-63: Studying the effects on non-CFC processes, undated
A-15-64: Studying the effects on non-CFC processes, undated
A-15-65: Georgia Tech Photo by Stanley Leary, undated
A-15-66: J.A. Saffold. Graphic capabilities of TKMOD5C, undated
A-15-67: Solid State transmit/receive modules for THAAD project, undated
A-15-68: Researchers working on THAAD project, undated
A-15-70: Untitled, undated
A-15-72: Untitled, undated
A-15-78: Untitled, undated
A-15-79: Untitled, undated
A-15-80: Untitled, undated
A-15-81: Untitled, undated
A-15-83: Untitled, undated
A-15-84: Untitled, undated
A-15-85: Untitled, undated
A-15-92: Untitled, undated
A-15-94: Untitled, undated
117Earth and Atmospheric Sciences [Tray 9, Slides 1-100], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-9-1: Planetary Atmosphere Chamber, undated
A-9-15: Untitled, undated
A-9-16: Radiometer, undated
A-9-17: Landfill Simulation/Landfill Research/Georgia Tech, undated
A-9-18: Untitled, undated
A-9-20: Untitled, undated
A-9-21: James Pearson./Taking an air sample on a tower, undated
A-9-23: Untitled, undated
A-9-25: M. Rodgers./Developing GT’s Air Quality Lab, undated
A-9-26: Preparing a box core sediment sampling devise, undated
A-9-27: Georgia Tech Photo by John Toon, undated
A-9-29: Hemispherical mirror, undated
A-9-30: Measuring DH (hydroxyl) radical on Georgia Coast, undated
118Economic Development [Tray 16, Slides 1-100], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-16-1: Apparel Manufacturing Technology Center, undated
A-16-2: Apparel Manufacturing Technology Center, undated
A-16-3: Apparel Manufacturing Technology Center, undated
A-16-4: Apparel Manufacturing Technology Center, undated
A-16-5: Apparel Manufacturing Technology Center, undated
A-16-6: Apparel Manufacturing Technology Center, undated
A-16-10: Auto Assembly, undated
A-16-11: Grumman – Gulfstream, undated
A-16-12: TAAC, undated
A-16-13: Crest Carpet Co., undated
A-16-14: Steel Rolling Mill, undated
A-16-15: Talley-Corbett Combuster/Gasifier, undated
A-16-18: Talley-Corbett, undated
A-16-19: OSB Plant in Brookes County, undated
A-16-20: Steel pouring, undated
A-16-21: Boiler Efficiency Tests, undated
A-16-22: Teaching by TV, undated
A-16-23: Untitled, undated
A-16-24: Economic Development/EDL/OSHA, undated
A-16-25: Economic Construction, undated
A-16-82: Energy, undated
47Electrical Engineering SEE ALSO B-8
119Electrical Engineering [Tray 17, Slides 101-200], undated
No slides
120Electromagnetic Effects [Tray 7, Slides 101-200], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-7-101: John Daher. Evaluating the susceptibility of photonic devices./EMI of photonic devices: Daher, undated
A-7-108: Computer graphics models of proteins, undated
121Energy [Tray 19, Slides 1-100], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-19-4: Sam Shelton. Prototype unit of the natural gas heat pump, undated
A-19-8: Natural Heat Pump, undated
A-19-9: Thomas Tornabene. Prototype for a large energy conversion reactor in Brazil, undated
A-19-10: This direct-absorption sys. was mounted on Tech’s 7-story tower, undated
A-19-12: GA Tech’s Solar Res. Fac./Sunlight reflects on tower, undated
A-19-14: GA Tech’s Solar Res. Fac./Sunlight reflects on tower, undated
A-19-15: GA Tech’s Solar Res. Fac./Sunlight reflects on tower, undated
A-19-17: GA Tech’s Solar Res. Fac./Sunlight reflects on tower, undated
A-19-19: Untitled, undated
A-19-20: GA Tech’s Solar Res. Fac./Sunlight reflects on tower, undated
A-19-24: Solar Heated Engine, undated
A-19-26: Energy, undated
A-19-27: Solar Energy/Boeing Insulation, undated
A-19-29: Solar Energy, undated
A-19-30: Solar Energy, undated
A-19-31: Solar Energy, undated
A-19-32: Untitled, undated
A-19-34: Solar Energy, undated
A-19-35: Solar Energy, undated
A-19-36: Untitled, undated
A-19-38: Untitled, undated
A-19-39: Untitled, undated
A-19-40: Untitled, undated
A-19-41: Solar Energy, undated
A-19-42: Untitled, undated
A-19-43: Radioactive Materials produced in Tech’s nuclear reactor, undated
A-19-44: Radioactive Materials produced in Tech’s nuclear reactor, undated
A-19-46: Entrained Flow Pyrolysis Unit/Georgia Tech Biomass Reactor, undated
A-19-48: Untitled, undated
A-19-49: Energy, undated
A-19-50: DOE/NASA, undated
A-19-52: Untitled, undated
A-19-53: Untitled, undated
A-19-54: Energy, undated
A-19-55: Electric Car/Energy Conservation, undated
A-19-56: Fireplace Biomass, undated
A-19-57: Energy, undated
A-19-59: Solar, undated
A-19-60: Solar, undated
A-19-61: Solar, undated
A-19-64: Untitled, undated
A-19-65: Histogram depicting combustion within a pulse combustor./Histogram of pulse combustion, undated
A-19-66: C. E. Thomas/Nuclear Reactor, undated
A-19-67: Largest rooftop photovoltaic system, undated
A-19-68: Gas-fired pulse combustor, undated
A-19-69: Placing Neutron Detectors/D. Acree, undated
A-19-70: Placing Neutron Detectors/D. Acree, undated
A-19-71: Placing Neutron Detectors/D. Acree, undated
A-19-78: Photovoltaic System, undated
A-19-79: Solar Energy/C. E. Thomas, undated
A-19-80: Solar Energy, undated
A-19-81: Solar Energy, undated
A-19-82: Dr. James Mahaffey/Photo: Joe Schwartz, undated
A-19-85: Solar Energy, undated
A-19-86: Solar, undated
A-19-92: Histogram depicting combustion with pulse combustor./Georgia Tech Photo, undated
A-19-93: New solar process, RTP demo-ed by Dr. Rohatgi & grad student Doshi/Photo: Stanley Leary, undated
A-19-94: Solar cell made by RTP and photolithography/screen-printing; UCEP research, undated
122Environment [Tray 9, Slides 101-200], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-9-102: Untitled, undated
A-9-105: D. Dusenberry, undated
A-9-110: Environment, undated
A-9-111: Environment, undated
A-9-112: Environment, undated
A-9-113: Studying ground-level ozone pollution in the Southeast, undated
A-9-114: Old Tires in Wastewater Treatment, undated
A-9-115: An optical sensor for detecting details of a fluid-cracking catalyst, undated
A-9-116: Untitled, undated
A-9-117: Developing an integrated color vision system, undated
A-9-118: Test unit used to evaluate waste-water treatment tech, undated
A-9-119: Untitled, undated
A-9-120: Developing a water resources mgm. sys./Dr. Aris Georgakakos explains project, undated
A-9-121: Wastewater Simulator/Jeffrey Murray, undated
A-9-122: Untitled, undated
A-9-123: Untitled, undated
A-9-125: Environment, undated
A-9-129: Southern Oxidants Study, undated
A-9-130: Southern Oxidants Study, undated
A-9-131: Southern Oxidants Study/Georgia Tech Photo by John Toon, undated
A-9-132: Southern Oxidants Study/Georgia Tech Photo by Margaret Barrett, undated
A-9-133: Southern Oxidants Study, undated
A-9-134: Southern Oxidants Study, undated
A-9-136: Dr. Terry Snell/Rotifers/Georgia Tech Photo by Gary Meek, undated
A-9-137: Dr. Terry Snell/Rotifers/Georgia Tech Photo by Gary Meek, undated
A-9-138: Dr. Terry Snell/Rotifer 100x/Photo Courtesy Dr. Terry Snell, undated
A-9-140: Wastewater Simulator, undated
A-9-141: Phytoremediation Studies, undated
A-9-142: Plants/Phytoremediation Studies, undated
A-9-143: Pilot-scale Phytoremediation Sys./Disposing TNT-contaminated soils, undated
A-9-144: Phytoremediation – disposing of TNT wastes, undated
A-9-145: Water resources management system/Nile River map, undated
A-9-146: Ground-level ozone pollution, undated
A-9-147: Untitled, undated
A-9-148: David Dusenberry/Nematodes, undated
511Environmental Safety and Health SEE B-29
44Facilities SEE ALSO B-5
123Facilities [Tray 5, Slides 101-200], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-5-102: Energy – Nuclear/Nuclear Reactor, undated
A-5-106: Success Center – Building Interior, undated
A-5-107: Success Center – Building Entrance, undated
A-5-108: Success Center – Building Exterior, undated
A-5-109: Success Center – Real Student in Rendered Gallery, undated
A-5-110: Untitled, undated
416Field Offices SEE ALSO B-17
124Field Offices [Tray 6, Slides 1-100], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-6-1: Untitled, undated
41General SEE ALSO B-1 and B-2
125General [Tray 1, Slides 1-100], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-1-1: Zhilong Zia won 1993 Blumenthal Award in Mathematics, undated
A-1-2: Dr. Phil Shapira./Technology Transfer./Georgia Tech Photo by Margaret Barrett, undated
A-1-3: J. David Roesnner, professor of public policy, undated
A-1-4: J. David Roesnner, professor of public policy, undated
A-1-5: J. David Roesnner, professor of public policy, undated
A-1-5-95: Untitled, undated
A-1-6: J. David Roesnner, professor of public policy, undated
A-1-7: Untitled, undated
A-1-7-95: Tech General, undated
A-1-8: Untitled, undated
A-1-12: Untitled, undated
A-1-14: Laser, undated
A-1-15: Untitled, undated
A-1-24: General, undated
A-1-25: Untitled, undated
A-1-26: Untitled, undated
A-1-27: Untitled, undated
A-1-42: Arson Investigation/Dr. Gunther Holzer, undated
A-1-43: Technology Transfer, undated
A-1-44: Lucy Gibson/Workplace Fairness, undated
410General, GTRI SEE ALSO B-11
58General, GTRI SEE ALSO B-26
126General, GTRI [Tray 1, Slides 101-200], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-1-103: Huntsville, undated
47Geophysical Sciences SEE ALSO B-8
127Geophysical Sciences [Tray 20, Slides 1-100], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-20-3: Tim Long, undated
A-20-4: Dr. J. Craig. Studying the eff. of earthquakes on strong bldgs, undated
A-20-5: Dr. T. Long reviews print-out of seismic activity, undated
A-20-6: Reviewing GeneMark input, undated
A-20-7: Performing cyclic triaxial testing of a soil sample, undated
A-20-8: Analyzing various earthquake hazards, undated
A-20-9: Measuring the amplitude of seismic waves generated in the soil, undated
A-20-10: Examining a virtual reality model of cyclic triaxial testing, undated
A-20-11: Dr. William Chameides/“Acid Dew” Pollution Study, undated
510GTRI Labs SEE ALSO B-28

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21GTRI Labs [Tray 6, Slides 101-200], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-6-101: Simulation Systems/Aerospace Laboratory, undated
A-6-102: Aerospace Laboratory, undated
A-6-103: Aerospace Laboratory, undated
A-6-104: Aerospace Laboratory, undated
A-6-105: Aerospace Lab, undated
A-6-106: Aerospace Lab, undated
A-6-107: Untitled, undated
A-6-110: Student works on a low-cost track. sys., undated
A-6-114: Dr. Wusheng Tong/Developing thin-film phosphors, undated
A-6-117: Cell engineering tool for personal comm. systems, Les Pickering, undated
A-6-119: ‘Home of the Future’ lab in BTC/GCATT: CoC & ITTL researchers, undated
A-6-120: ‘Home of the Future’ lab in BTC/GCATT: CoC & ITTL researchers, undated
A-6-121: ‘Home of the Future’ lab in BTC/GCATT: CoC & ITTL researchers, undated
22Health [Tray 24, Slides 1-100], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-24-1: Blood pump for kidney dialysis, undated
A-24-2: Blood pump for kidney dialysis, undated
A-24-3: Blood pump for kidney dialysis, undated
A-24-4: Stethoscope, undated
A-24-5: Blood pump for kidney dialysis, undated
A-24-6: Blood pump for kidney dialysis, undated
A-24-7: Blood pump for kidney dialysis, undated
A-24-8: Blood pump for kidney dialysis, undated
A-24-9: Chemist develop drugs that block binding of cocaine in nerve cells, undated
A-24-10: Bob Gregor develops technology that improves human health and phys. perf., undated
A-24-11: Bob Gregor develops technology that improves human health and phys. perf./Bob Gregor and cycling research, undated
A-24-12: Hydrostatic weighing for body studies/Bob Gregor develops technology that improves human health and phys. perf., undated
A-24-13: Bob Gregor develops technology that improves human health and phys. perf., undated
A-24-14: Howard Deutsch & Quing Shi. Drug that could block the effect of cocaine, undated
A-24-15: Bob Gregor develops technology that improves human health and phys. perf., undated
A-24-16: Bob Gregor develops technology that improves human health and phys. perf., undated
A-24-22: Untitled, undated
A-24-25: Rat irradiation/Biomedical, undated
A-24-29: Untitled, undated
A-24-30: Office of Health & Safety, undated
A-24-31: Health, undated
A-24-33: Office of Health & Safety, undated
A-24-34: Office of Health & Safety, undated
A-24-48: S. DeWeerth – VLSI chip, undated
A-24-49: RH W95 – Leech Circuit Models/S. DeWeerth – VLSI chip, undated
A-24-50: S. DeWeerth – VLSI chip, undated
A-24-52: Untitled, undated
A-24-58: Phil Kennedy after Atlanta Marathon, undated
A-24-59: Dr. Phil Kennedy practices for Atlanta Marathon, undated
A-24-60: Georgia Tech Photo by John Toon, undated
A-24-61: Phil Kennedy in Atlanta Marathon, undated
A-24-62: Platform Diver Performance, undated
A-24-63: Health, undated
A-24-64: Health, undated
A-24-65: Untitled, undated
A-24-66: Health, undated
A-24-67: Health, undated
A-24-68: Examining an Electronic Component/Phil Kennedy, Cindy Linker study devices/Georgia Tech Photo by Gary Meek, undated
A-24-69: Measuring Light Levels (Ergonomics), undated
A-24-70: Untitled, undated
A-24-71: Untitled, undated
A-24-72: 3-dimensional optical scanner/Improving 3-D image from digitizer, undated
A-24-73: Studying energy recovery system, undated
A-24-74: Mindy Millard-Stafford. Study focused on trained distance runners, undated
A-24-75: M. Borodovsky & student. Comparing notes on a GeneMark Anal., undated
A-24-76: M. Brodovsky. GeneMark Server, undated
A-24-78: Determining air quality, undated
A-24-79: Eye Surgery Simulator/J. Peifer/M. Sinclair/John Peifer, Eye Surgery Simulator: MCG & GIT, undated
A-24-80: Studying Heart Valves, undated
A-24-81: Georgia Tech Photo by Margaret Barrett, undated
A-24-82: Norberto Ezquerra, undated
A-24-83: Norberto Ezquerra, undated
A-24-84: Norberto Ezquerra, undated
A-24-85: Dr. Itzhak Green/Blood Pump/Georgia Tech Photo, undated
A-24-90: Dr. Mindy Millard-Stafford/Photo by Phyllis H. Sparling, undated
A-24-91: Dr. Mindy Millard-Stafford/Research on runners, undated
A-24-92: Dr. Mindy Millard-Stafford/Research on runners, undated
A-24-93: Dr. Mindy Millard-Stafford/Research on runners, undated
A-24-94: Ergonomics Study, undated
A-24-95: Perfusion System for NMR Bioartificial Pancreas, undated
A-24-96: Perfusion System for NMR Bioartificial Pancreas/Thanassis Sambanis & Ioannis Constantinidis. Perfusion System for NMR Bioartificial Pancreas, undated
A-24-97: Perfusion System for NMR Bioartificial Pancreas, undated
A-24-98: Dr. Sambanis. Examining microbeads and perfusion system in preparation for NMR experiments./Perfusion System for NMR Bioartificial Pancreas, undated
59Historic SEE B-27
23Industrial [Tray 22, Slides 1-100], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-22-14: Ward Winer, undated
47Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISyE) SEE B-8
417Infrared and Electro-Optics SEE ALSO B-18
24Infrared and Electro-Optics [Tray 21, Slides 1-100], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-21-1: VISEO System, undated
A-21-11: LANDSAT Images, undated
A-21-13: LANDSAT Images, undated
A-21-14: LANDSAT Images, undated
A-21-15: LANDSAT Images, undated
A-21-16: LANDSAT Images, undated
A-21-17: Untitled, undated
A-21-18: Untitled, undated
A-21-19: LANDSAT Images, undated
A-21-30: LANDSAT Images, undated
51International SEE ALSO B-19
25International [Tray 16, Slides 101-200], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-16-101: John Endicott, prof. of International Affairs. Limited nuclear free zone, undated
A-16-102: John Endicott, prof. of International Affairs. Limited nuclear free zone, undated
416Lasers SEE ALSO B-17
26Lasers [Tray 21, Slides 101-200], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-21-107: Lasers, undated
A-21-109: Laser excited Fluorescence/Lasers, undated
A-21-111: Lasers, undated
A-21-112: Lasers, undated
A-21-113: Lasers, undated
A-21-114: Lasers, undated
A-21-115: Lasers, undated
A-21-116: Lasers, undated
A-21-118: Lasers, undated
A-21-119: Lasers, undated
A-21-120: Lasers, undated
A-21-121: Lasers, undated
A-21-122: Lasers, undated
A-21-123: Lasers, undated
A-21-124: Lasers, undated
A-21-125: Effort to control the chaotic behavior of lasers, undated
A-21-126: Oscilloscope charts the chaotic behavior of a laser, undated
A-21-127: Laser Beams are Adjusted in a Holographic Switching Experiment, undated
A-21-128: Untitled, undated
A-21-129: Laser Acoustics/Yves Berthelot & Joe Vignola, undated
A-21-131: Yves Berthelot & Joe Vignola, undated
A-21-132: Laser Acoustics/Y. Berthelot/J. Vignola, undated
A-21-133: Laser Acoustics/Y. Berthelot/J. Vignola/Georgia Tech Photo by Joe Schwartz, undated
A-21-134: Synchronized chaotic lasers – Thornburg, undated
A-21-135: Georgia Tech Laser Dynamics Laboratory, undated
A-21-136: Laser Dynamics Lab/Photo: Stanley Leary, undated
A-21-137: Dr. Raj Roy/Stochastic Resonance, undated
A-21-138: Dr. Raj Roy/Stochastic Resonance, undated
A-21-139: Dr. Raj Roy/Stochastic Resonance, undated
A-21-140: Dr. Raj Roy/Stochastic Resonance, undated
A-21-141: Dr. Raj Roy/Stochastic Resonance, undated
A-21-142: Controlling the chaotic behavior of lasers, undated
47Management SEE ALSO B-8
27Management [Tray 11, Slides 101-200], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-11-101: Richard Teach, Management, undated
A-11-102: J. McIntyre. Director of the Center for Inter’l Business Edu. & Res., undated
A-11-103: Franchising research with bus. people, undated
A-11-104: David Herold, Prof., undated
28Manufacturing [Tray 26, Slides 1-100], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-26-2: Wiley Holcombe/Automated Guided Vehicle, undated
A-26-3: Manufacturing Technology Furnace, undated
A-26-6: Bill Livesay – Improving interconnection and microcircuit reliability./Electromigration, undated
A-26-8: Dr. Walter Rodriguez/Const. Visualizer, undated
A-26-9: Dr. Arthur C. Nelson – Studying new factory locations, undated
A-26-10: Study of new factory locations, undated
A-26-11: Dr. Walter Rodriquez/Construction Visualizer, undated
A-26-12: Dr. Walter Rodriquez/Construction Visualizer, undated
A-26-13: Billy Livesay/Electromigration, undated
A-26-14: Construction Visualizer, undated
510Manufacturing Technology SEE B-28
29Material Sciences [Tray 17, Slides 1-100], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-17-1: Materials Handling, undated
A-17-2: Materials Handling, undated
A-17-4: Materials Handling, undated
A-17-5: Materials Handling, undated
A-17-6: Materials Analysis CTR, undated
A-17-7: Scanning Electron Microscope, undated
A-17-8: Scanning Electron Microscope, undated
A-17-9: Solar Cells, undated
A-17-10: Solar Cells, undated
A-17-11: Solar Cells, undated
A-17-15: Ceramic Coating, undated
A-17-16: Electron Microscope, undated
A-17-18: Asbestos Fibers, undated
A-17-20: Plasma-Assisted Chemical Vapor, undated
A-17-21: Jack Lackey, undated
A-17-24: Researcher places layers of woven carbon fabric into a furnace, undated
A-17-25: Research Center – improving phosphor materials for high res. displays, undated
A-17-26: Untitled, undated
A-17-27: Corrosion Testing. Dr. Laura Turbini, undated
A-17-33: Inspecting a braided sample of the co’s TOWPREG, undated
A-17-35: Inspecting a braided sample of the co’s TOWPREG, undated
A-17-36: Inspecting a braided sample of the co’s TOWPREG, undated
A-17-37: Inspecting a braided sample of the co’s TOWPREG, undated
A-17-38: Inspecting a braided sample of the co’s TOWPREG, undated
A-17-39: Thermite Reactions to synthesizer titanium diboride powder, undated
A-17-41: Using a transmission electron microscope, undated
A-17-42: Researching new technologies for feeding parts to assembly robots, undated
A-17-43: Craig Ranta. Pouring a test sample of titanium diboride powder, undated
A-17-44: Looking at the surface of a titanium diboride part, undated
A-17-45: Dr. K. Logan. Sample parts made of titanium diboride, undated
A-17-46: Continuous Fiber Coating/J. Lackey, undated
A-17-47: Energy-Absorbing Materials Research, undated
A-17-49: X-ray Tomographic Microscopy/T. Starr, undated
A-17-50: Materials/CVD Furnace, undated
A-17-51: Combustion Chemical Vapor Deposition (CCVD), undated
A-17-52: Combustion Chemical Vapor Deposition (CCVD), undated
A-17-53: Combustion Chemical Vapor Deposition (CCVD), undated
A-17-57: Laura Turbine & Stuart Stock/Anodic Filaments, undated
A-17-58: Dr. Jack Lackey/Continuous Fiber Coating, undated
A-17-60: Anodic Filaments, undated
A-17-61: Untitled, undated
A-17-62: Molecular beam epitaxy system used to deposit thin film phosphors, undated
A-17-63: Eden Hunt (Gra. Student)/Developing non-linear materials, undated
A-17-64: Eden Hunt (Gra. Student)/Developing non-linear materials, undated
A-17-68: Dr. Laura Turbini/Corrosion Testing, undated
A-17-69: Dr. Laura Turbini/Corrosion Testing, undated
A-17-70: Dr. Laura Turbini/Corrosion Testing, undated
A-17-73: CVD Furnace, undated
A-17-74: CVD Furnace, undated
A-17-75: CVD Furnace, undated
A-17-76: Material Sciences, undated
A-17-77: Material Sciences, undated
A-17-82: Gary May: Neural Net for Semiconductor Manufacture, undated
A-17-83: Andrew Hunt – Combustion Chemical Vapor Deposition, undated
A-17-84: ME Marcial Machads displays molds used to produce plastic, ceramic or metal parts, undated
A-17-85: Students view the CAD design of the mold used to produce plastic, ceramic or metal parts, undated
A-17-86: Rapid Prototype & Manuf. studies recreating damaged bone structure, undated
A-17-87: Ph.D. student watches the rapidly made mold fill with aluminum oxide power, undated
A-17-88: Grad. Student Tom Tucker determines the accuracy of a prototype, undated
A-17-89: Untitled, undated
55Materials, GTRI SEE B-23
47Mechanical Engineering SEE ALSO B-8
210Mechanical Engineering [Tray 22, Slides 101-200], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-22-102: Steve Dickerson, ME/Cardiovascular activity in humans, undated
A-22-103: Bob McGinty (Grad. Student)/Preparing for microscopic anal. of a speck of copper, undated
A-22-104: Dr. Charles Ume (right) & student/Examining moiré fringes when PCB is heated in oven Ume dev., undated
A-22-105: la: Printed circuit board before simulated soldering, undated
A-22-108: 2B: Printed circuit board after simulated soldering, undated
211Microelectronics [Tray 14A, Slides 101-200], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-14A-101: Paul Kohl, undated
A-14A-108: Untitled, undated
A-14A-109: Bruno Frazier inspects micrometer, undated
A-14A-110: Untitled, undated
A-14A-116: Georgia Tech Photo, undated
A-14A-117: Untitled, undated
A-14A-118: Untitled, undated
A-14A-120: Metallization Equipt. Microelec. Center, undated
A-14A-121: Untitled, undated
A-14A-123: Gallium arsenide passivation process, undated
A-14A-125: Untitled, undated
A-14A-127: Page 5 – 89/Res. at Tech, undated
A-14A-128: Nan Marie Jokerst/Gallium arsenide chiplets/Georgia Tech Photo by Gary Meek, undated
A-14A-129: Titanium oxide for IC layer adhesion, undated
A-14A-130: Untitled, undated
A-14A-132: Untitled, undated
A-14A-136: Untitled, undated
A-14A-137: Untitled, undated
A-14A-138: Wafer Cleaning/Microelect. Ctr., undated
A-14A-140: Materials Study/Microelectronics Ctr., undated
A-14A-141: Untitled, undated
A-14A-143: Bruno Frazier/M. Allen inspect micromotor, undated
A-14A-144: Bruno Frazier studies micromachine parts, undated
A-14A-148: Paul Kohl, undated
A-14A-149: Georgia Tech Photo by Gary Meek, undated
A-14A-150: Georgia Tech Photo, undated
A-14A-151: SEM micrograph of gear 300 x 50 microns, undated
48Microelectronics Academic SEE B-9
54Millimeter Waves SEE ALSO B-22
212Millimeter Waves [Tray 25, Slides 101-200], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-25-106: Untitled, undated
A-25-108: Instrumentation Package, undated
A-25-109: Title Slide, undated
A-25-110: Quasi-Optical, undated
A-25-111: Fabry-Perot Interferometer, undated
A-25-112: Quasi-Optical Beam Splitter/Millimeter Waves, undated
A-25-113: Instrumentation Package, undated
A-25-114: Untitled, undated
A-25-116: Untitled, undated
A-25-117: Radar Antenna Array, undated
A-25-118: Untitled, undated
A-25-120: Untitled, undated
56Minorities SEE ALSO B-24
213Minorities [Tray 16, Slides 201-300], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-16-204: Mary Frank Fox – reviewing surveys, undated
42Nation SEE ALSO B-3
214Nation [Tray 2, Slides 1-100], undated, ca. 1980-1999
No slides
410Olympics SEE ALSO B-11
58Olympics SEE ALSO B-26
215Olympics [Tray 3, Slides 1-100], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-3-5: Computer Visualization, undated
A-3-5-95: Domed Stadium 1996 Olympics/Proposed domed stadium (under const), undated
A-3-6: Computer Visualization, undated
A-3-6-95: Untitled, undated
A-3-7: Computer Visualization, undated
A-3-7-95: Campus model used for user interaction, undated
A-3-8: Computer Visualization, undated
A-3-8-95: Three-screen system at Inforum, undated
A-3-9: Computer Visualization, undated
A-3-10: Olympic Village at Georgia Tech, undated
A-3-11: Tech Tower, undated
A-3-11-95: Proposed Olympic Dormitory (left), undated
A-3-12: Twin Towers, undated
A-3-13: Twin Towers, undated
A-3-13-95: Proposed Olympic Dormitory (center), undated
A-3-14: Map of the Olympics, undated
A-3-15: Golden Athlete in Olympic System II/Olympic Video, undated
A-3-16: Open Air Stadium 1996 Olympics, undated
A-3-17: Proposed natatorium at Georgia Tech, undated
A-3-18: Olympics, undated
A-3-19: Olympics, undated
A-3-20: Olympics, undated
A-3-21: Opening Menu of the Olympic Multimedia Show, undated
A-3-22: John Patrick Crecine, Former president of GT, undated
A-3-23: Coliseum Boxing, undated
A-3-24: Village Housing, undated
A-3-25: Olympic Torch Press Conference, undated
A-3-26: Paralympics Athlete Joe Wilder, undated
A-3-27: Golden Athlete/Courtesy of Georgia Tech Research Communications, undated
A-3-28: Untitled, undated
A-3-29: Evaluating traveler advisory system, undated
A-3-30: Building cabinet at a height accessible to seated persons, undated
A-3-32: Untitled, undated
A-3-33: Developing a 3.5 lb. Olympic torch that burns for 45 min., undated
A-3-34: “Flythrough” of 96 Olympic games, undated
A-3-35: Untitled, undated
A-3-36: Olympic Torch, undated
A-3-37: Paralympics Swim Trials, undated
A-3-38: Aquatics Center, undated
A-3-40: Olympic Information Kiosk/Stanley Leary/Courtesy of Georgia Tech, undated
A-3-41: Olympic Information Kiosk, undated
A-3-42: Olympic Information Kiosk, undated
A-3-43: Olympic Information Kiosk, undated
A-3-44: Olympic Information Kiosk, undated
A-3-45: Olympic Information Kiosk, undated
A-3-46: Olympic Information Kiosk, undated
A-3-49: Olympic Kayak, undated
A-3-50: Motion Analysis, undated
A-3-51: Olympic Kayak, undated
A-3-52: Olympic Kayak, undated
A-3-53: Olympics Torch, undated
A-3-54: Olympic Kayak, undated
A-3-55: Aquatics Center, undated
A-3-56: Olympics, undated
A-3-57: Olympics, undated
A-3-58: Simulated white-water fly-through, undated
A-3-59: Map of the 1996 Olympic Village, undated
A-3-60: Fred Dyer – Opening menu/Olympic multimedia show, undated
A-3-61: Fly-Through, undated
45Personalities SEE ALSO B-6
216Personalities [Tray 4, Slides 1-100], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-4-1: Admin. Richard Truly, undated
A-4-3: Untitled, undated
A-4-5: Bryan Norton/School of Public Policy, undated
A-4-6: Weston Stacey/Fusion Research, undated
A-4-7: Bob Zimmer, undated
A-4-9: Pat Crecine, former president of Georgia Tech, undated
A-4-12: Ahmet Erbil, undated
A-4-13: Dr. Thomas Boston, School of Management, undated
A-4-14: Pat J. O’Hare, undated
A-4-16: Chancellor Propst, undated
A-4-17: James Robinson, undated
A-4-18: Bob Shackelford, undated
A-4-20: Dave Clifton, undated
A-4-22: Fred Cain, undated
A-4-23: Lanny Feorene, undated
A-4-24: Thomas D. Boston, Associate Professor of Management, undated
A-4-26: Jim Wiltse, undated
A-4-28: Jerry Carey, undated
A-4-29: Ahmed Abuelyaman, undated
A-4-30: Dr. Wayne Clough – President of Georgia Tech, undated
A-4-31: Dr. Mary Frank Fox, undated
A-4-33: Dr. Richard Higgins/Director of MIRC, undated
A-4-34: Untitled, undated
A-4-36: Untitled, undated
A-4-38: John Meyers, undated
A-4-39: Dr. Lauren Tolbert, undated
A-4-40: Professor August Giebelbaus, undated
A-4-41: Peter Sassone, Management, undated
A-4-42: Dr. Ben T. Zinn/Member of Nat’l Academy of Eng., undated
A-4-43: Untitled, undated
A-4-45: Dr. Jean-Lou Chameau, undated
A-4-48: Dr. Michael J. Kelly/Manufacturing Research Center, undated
A-4-49: Dr. Michael J. Kelly/Manufacturing Research Center/Georgia Tech Photo by Gary Meek, undated
A-4-50: Lisa Lust/Materials, undated
A-4-54: Malcolm Polk/Textiles, undated
A-4-55: Malcolm Polk/Textiles, undated
A-4-56: Dr. Raymond Flannery/Theoretical Physicist, undated
48Physics SEE ALSO B-9
217Physics [Tray 23, Slides 1-100], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-23-3: Kurt A. Wiesenfeld, assistant professor physics./Dr. Kurt Wisenfeld & Computer Simulation, undated
A-23-4: Physicists have added random noise to a bistable laser and enhanced signal output, undated
A-23-5: Material showing possible signs of super-conductivity, undated
A-23-6: Untitled, undated
A-23-7: W. Ditto & B. Meadows (student) – visualizations on waves propagation, undated
A-23-8: U. Landman – supercomputer-based simulation research, undated
A-23-9: Studying the dynamics of collisions – atoms and a solid surface, undated
A-23-10: Cluster Soft Landing, undated
A-23-11: Molecular Dynamics Simulation, undated
A-23-12: Cluster collisions/Physics, undated
A-23-13: Cluster Combustion/Cluster collisions, undated
A-23-16: Dr. Kurt Wisenfield/Study on “Self Organized Criticality”/Georgia Tech, undated
A-23-17: Landman and Luedtke/Collision clusters, undated
A-23-18: Uzi Landman/Collisions between clusters of atoms and a solid surface, undated
A-23-19: Uzi Landman/Collisions between clusters of atoms and a solid surface, undated
A-23-20: Carbon nanotubes, Physics research by Dr. Walter A. de Heer, undated
56Poultry SEE ALSO B-24
218Poultry [Tray 10, Slides 101-200], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-10-101: Research to study what causes carpal tunnel syndrome, undated
A-10-103: Untitled, undated
A-10-108: Food processing: wearable computer for quality control, undated
219Psychology [Tray 24, Slides 101-200], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-24-101: Studying animal behavior to improve natural habitat design at zoos, undated
A-24-102: Untitled, undated
A-24-103: Studying animal behavior to improve natural habitat design at zoos, undated
53Radar SEE ALSO B-21
220Radar [Tray 28, Slides 101-200], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-28-101: Test & Evaluation Research & Education Ctr., undated
A-28-102: Untitled, undated
A-28-105: Radar, undated
A-28-119: Terminal Radar, undated
A-28-120: VLSI Chip w/2 Older Boards, undated
A-28-133: Untitled, undated
A-28-135: Radar/Land mind detectors, undated
A-28-137: Land Mine Detector, undated
A-28-144: TDV Console, undated
A-28-150: Radar, undated
A-28-152: William Ditto & student. Comparing results of different chaos control tech, undated
A-28-153: J. A. Saffold – Com. program that predicts ground-induced tracking errors, undated
A-28-154: Untitled, undated
A-28-155: Untitled, undated
A-28-169: Radar, undated
49Rehab Tech SEE ALSO B-10
221Rehab Tech [Tray 18, Slides 1-100], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-18-1: Carolyn Koch & Bill Furbish. Demo of a games kiosk designed by CRT, undated
A-18-2: Rehabilitation, undated
A-18-3: Rehabilitation, undated
A-18-4: Rehabilitation, undated
A-18-6: Rehabilitation, undated
A-18-7: Rehabilitation, undated
A-18-8: Rehabilitation, undated
A-18-9: Rehabilitation, undated
A-18-11: A voice & touch activated computer system, undated
A-18-12: C. Koch & B. Furbish – Games Kiosk designed by CRT, undated
A-18-13: CRT built a swing that helps Allie Brantley’s seizures, undated
A-18-14: Riley Hawkins – keyboard commander that alters positions of keyboards, undated
A-18-15: S. Endicott – Rehab research, undated
A-18-16: E. Mynatt. “Mercator.” Substitutes sounds for visual cues in UNIX sys., undated
A-18-17: Helping people with disabilities access computers, etc., undated
A-18-18: R. Hawkins & J. Corkran – heavy document elevator design, undated
A-18-19: Untitled, undated
A-18-20: Untitled, undated
A-18-21: Photo by Gary Meek, undated
222Robotics [Tray 18, Slides 101-200], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-18-101: Dr. Nader Sadegh. Robot Learning, undated
A-18-102: Adapting Artificial Int. Techniques to Mobile, Autonomous Robots, undated
A-18-108: Computer Simulation with robot teams, undated
A-18-109: Dr. Nader Sadegh/Improving robot learning & perf./Georgia Tech Photo by Gary Meek, undated
A-18-110: Dr. Kok-Meng lee/Robot Vision, undated
49Social Sciences SEE ALSO B-10
223Social Sciences [Tray 23, Slides 101-200], undated
No slides
49Space SEE ALSO B-10
224Space [Tray 8, Slides 101-200], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-8-104: Space, undated
A-8-106: Rockwell Space Shuttle, undated
A-8-107: Space, undated
A-8-108: Space, undated
A-8-109: Space Shuttle, undated
A-8-110: Space, undated
A-8-111: General, undated
A-8-112: Space, undated
A-8-113: Space, undated
A-8-114: Space, undated
A-8-116: Untitled, undated
A-8-117: Untitled, undated
A-8-118: Untitled, undated
A-8-119: Untitled, undated
A-8-120: Untitled, undated
A-8-122: General, undated
A-8-123: Space, undated
A-8-124: Space, undated
A-8-125: Space, undated
A-8-126: Space, undated
A-8-127: Space, undated
A-8-128: Space, undated
A-8-129: Space, undated
A-8-130: Untitled, undated
A-8-131: Space, undated
A-8-134: Rockwell International, undated
A-8-138: Space, undated
A-8-140: Space, undated
A-8-142: Whit Smith – installs equip. for monitoring micro. emissions from Jupiter, undated
A-8-143: James Beletic. Camera with CCD chip to produce image of MARS, undated
A-8-144: A three-legged robot for doing construction work on the Moon./Page 16—89 Res. at Tech, undated
42State SEE ALSO B-3
225State [Tray 3, Slides 201-300], undated, ca. 1980-1999
No slides
43Students SEE ALSO B-4
226Students [Tray 1, Slides 201-300], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-1-201: Students, undated
A-1-202: Students, undated
A-1-202-95: Untitled, undated
A-1-203: Students, undated
A-1-204: Students, undated
A-1-205: Students, undated
A-1-205-95: Untitled, undated
A-1-207: Students, undated
A-1-208: Students, undated
A-1-208-95: Untitled, undated
A-1-209: Students, undated
A-1-210: Students, undated
A-1-211: Students, undated
A-1-212: Students, undated
A-1-213: Students, undated
A-1-215: Students, undated
A-1-216: Students, undated
A-1-217: Students, undated
A-1-218: Students, undated
A-1-219: Students, undated
227Telecommunications [Tray 14, Slides 101-200], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-14-101: Georgia Tech, undated
A-14-102: Distance Learning Opportunities, undated
A-14-103: Myron Cramer, undated
A-14-104: F. Dyer – network to study & improve performance of learning tech, undated
A-14-107: Museum on what “virtual museum” prototype is based, undated
A-14-109: M. Guzdial – developing CAMILE (hypertext system), undated
A-14-111: K. Knoespel. Dir. of GT’s School of Literature, Communication & Culture, undated
A-14-113: Cable Testbed in Broadband Access Lab, undated
A-14-114: ISDN & ATM Technologies, undated
A-14-115: Mike Sinclair (left) & Gov. Miller/Eye Surgery Simulator, undated
A-14-117: Cable Modem Research Facility, GCATT/Jason Collins, ITTL, undated
A-14-118: New comm. waveform adaptable to RF environment/Richard Moss, undated
A-14-119: Cell Engineering – predicts how radio waves transmit and are reflected inside bldgs., undated
49Textiles SEE ALSO B-10
228Textiles [Tray 20, Slides 101-200], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-20-101: Textiles, undated
A-20-102: Textiles, undated
A-20-103: Textiles, undated
A-20-104: Textiles, undated
A-20-105: Textiles, undated
A-20-113: Textiles/Xerographic Printing of fabric, undated
A-20-114: Textiles/Black toner xerography, undated
A-20-115: Textiles, undated
A-20-116: Textiles/Mixing toners for xerographic printing, undated
A-20-117: Textiles, undated
A-20-118: Textiles/Brian Failor & Xerography prints, undated
A-20-119: Textiles, undated
A-20-120: Textiles, undated
A-20-121: T. Chen – recycled carpet fiber, undated
A-20-122: J. L. Dorrity & S. Kim – simulation of textile slashing process, undated
A-20-123: M. L. Realff & T. Goddard – Discussing design changes, undated
A-20-124: Y. Wang – unreinforced concrete vs. fiber-reinforced concrete, undated
A-20-125: Malcolm Polk – chemical reaction of nylon depolymerization, undated
A-20-126: T. Chen – recycled carpet fiber, undated
A-20-127: Study on the impact of modular manufacturing techniques, undated
A-20-128: Sewing needle noise/Bernard Gunn/Georgia Tech Photo by Joe Schwartz, undated
A-20-129: Matthew Sikorski. Demonstrates how a copy machine can print patterns on fabric, undated
A-20-130: Dr. Wayne Tincher & Students/Exploring new systems for textile coloration, undated
A-20-131: Brian Failor/Xerography prints, undated
A-20-132: Black toner xerography, undated
A-20-133: Michael Sikorski/Black toner xerography, undated
A-20-134: Producing Carbon Fibers, undated
A-20-135: Textile weaving sensor behind loom and Bart Krulic, industry rep, undated
A-20-136: Bart Krulik – using weaver sensor, undated
229Transportation [Tray 2, Slides 101-200], undated, ca. 1980-1999
A-2-102: Untitled, undated
A-2-103: Imaging showing atomic-scale surface, undated
A-2-104: Terminus traffic planning system, undated
A-2-105: Untitled, undated
A-2-113: Untitled, undated
A-2-114: Georgia Tech Photo by Gary Meek, undated
A-2-115: Georgia Tech Photo by Gary Meek, undated
A-2-117: Traffic signals in midtown Atlanta, undated
A-2-120: Untitled, undated
A-2-121: Untitled, undated
A-2-122: Untitled, undated
A-2-123: Untitled, undated
A-2-125: Jack Burnside (student)/Collecting data on transportation info kiosk, undated
230Unidentified, undated, ca. 1980-1999
Slides without categories, numbers, and/or identifications
41B-1 and B-2: General [Rack 1 and Rack 2], ca. 1975-1986
B-1-1: Tech Research logo, undated
B-1-12 (87): Georgia Tech football game, undated
B-1-13: Cartoon of Buzz and UGA, undated
B-1-14: Georgia Tech seal, undated
B-1-17: Georgia Tech seal, undated
B-1-19: "Electronics Alternate Energy", undated
B-1-26: "2nd in Nation Engineering R and D", undated
B-1-27: "Industry Offering Salaries and Equipment", undated
B-1-28: "Jobs 6,540, Local govt. $8.5 mill., State govt. 9.8 mill.", undated
B-1-32: "Areas of Recognized National Leadership in Georgia Tech Research", undated
B-1-34: "300 points higher on SAT", undated
B-1-35: "Degrees, Doctorates-90, Masters-223, Bachelors-191", undated
B-1-37: "Resident Instruction", undated
B-1-41: "Research Areas", undated
B-1-43 (87): Untitled graph, undated
B-1-44: "EES is the Largest Single Employer of Georgia Tech Students", undated
B-1-45: "Invest $1, Produce $10, ROI 1000%", undated
B-1-46 (87): "The fastest growing high-tech employment centers", undated
B-1-47: "1500 Research Projects", undated
B-1-50: Contract Work, undated
B-1-51: "22% Industry R and D Sponsors", undated
B-1-60: "Georgia Tech Faculty", undated
B-1-61 (87): "$15,000 Scholarship", undated
B-1-64: Untitled outdoors research [duplicate of B-5-66], undated
B-1-66: Unidentified woman, undated
B-1-67: ABC network at football game, undated
B-1-69: Eclipse?, ca. May 1984
B-1-74: Two men at a desk, ca. September 1984
B-1-75: "Netherton and McClendon, original 1-75", ca. January 1975
B-1-76: Three men at a desk, ca. September 1985
B-1-77: "The Georgia Institute of Technology Department of Continuing Education", undated
B-1-78: "Crowded classrooms, continuing educ.", undated
B-1-84: "Future Tech stud[ent]", undated
B-1-88: "Placement Center", undated
B-1-89: O.P. Evans Junior High School [duplicate of B-2-32], undated
B-1-90: Car, undated
B-1-92: Diesel Mercedes-Benz, undated
B-1-94: Three people at a computer, undated
B-1-95: Two people working at computers, undated
B-1-96: Gilbert Amelio [duplicate of B-6-54], ca. April 1982
B-1-97: "Ger" Three people at a table, 1980
B-1-99: Woman holding a camera, undated
B-1-101: "Prof", undated
B-1-106: Graduation, undated
B-1-106a: Graduation, undated
B-1-106b (87): Graduation, undated
B-1-106c: Graduation, undated
B-1-112: "Georgia Tech Colleges", undated
B-2-1: Untitled candy and gum, undated
B-2-6: "Areas of Recognized National Leadership in Georgia Tech Research", undated
B-2-7: Untitled money bag graphic, undated
B-2-12: "Econ Dev", undated
B-2-16: "Second in Industry Research", undated
B-2-17: "First in Nation", undated
B-2-22: "Coop and GRA Employment", undated
B-2-23: "Investigating Issues on the Frontiers of Intelligent System Design", undated
B-2-27: People in a classroom, undated
B-2-28: People in a classroom, undated
B-2-29: People in a classroom, undated
B-2-30 (87): People in a classroom, undated
B-2-31: "Regents", undated
B-2-32: O.P. Evans Junior High School [duplicate of B-1-89], undated
B-2-33: "Southern Tech", undated
B-2-37: State capitol, undated
B-2-38: State capitol, undated
B-2-39: State capitol interior, undated
B-2-42 (87): "Warner Robbins", undated
B-2-48 (87): "Annual High-Tech Job Growth, 1980-1986", undated
B-2-50: "First in Nation", undated
B-2-54: Three people at a table, ca. September 1986
B-2-56: "Middle School/Junior High", undated
B-2-62: "Education Extension", undated
B-2-63: "Enrollment (Fall qtr. 1987)", undated
B-2-65: Untitled graphic, undated
B-2-67: "The Manufacturing Enterprise", undated
B-2-68: "The Manufacturing Enterprise", undated
B-2-69: "The Manufacturing Enterprise", undated
B-2-70: "The Manufacturing Enterprise", undated
42B-3: City/Nation/State [Rack 3], ca. 1971-1983
B-3-1: Unidentified location, undated
B-3-3: Savannah port, undated
B-3-5: Golden Gate Bridge, undated
B-3-7: Unidentified location, undated
B-3-8: Basic world map, undated
B-3-9 (87): View of Skiles Classroom Building, undated
B-3-10 (87): Model of Georgia Dome, undated
B-3-11: "ATL/GA", undated
B-3-12: Georgia State University, undated
B-3-13: Ocean, undated
B-3-14: Georgia landscape, undated
B-3-15: Stone Mountain, undated
B-3-19: Unidentified landscape, undated
B-3-21: Unidentified landscape, undated
B-3-23: Unidentified landscape, undated
B-3-24 (87): Athens, Georgia, undated
B-3-25: Engery Farm, undated
B-3-26 (87): Model of Georgia Dome, undated
B-3-27: Governor's Mansion, undated
B-3-28 (87): Model of interior of Georgia Dome, undated
B-3-29: Underground Atlanta?, undated
B-3-30 (87): Atlanta skyline, undated
B-3-31: Flowers, undated
B-3-32: "Georgia Power Neighborhood", undated
B-3-33: "1931 Candler Road, So. Dev. Center Gdn Plot", 07 July 1982
B-3-34: Kennesaw College, undated
B-3-36: Tower Place, Atlanta, undated
B-3-37: Georgia Power Building, undated
B-3-38: Atlanta skyline, undated
B-3-39: "Communications Group", undated
B-3-40: Atlanta skyline, undated
B-3-41: People at a Georgia river, undated
B-3-43: Cobb International Center logo, undated
B-3-45 (87): Augusta, undated
B-3-46: Georgia Power Building, undated
B-3-49: Unidentified, undated
B-3-51: "Atlanta Stadium looking North", undated
B-3-52: Atlanta view, undated
B-3-53: "Technology Brk", undated
B-3-55: "Tech planes", undated
B-3-58: Underground Atlanta, undated
B-3-59 (87): "Harkness Hall, Atlanta University", undated
B-3-60: "Oglethorpe University", undated
B-3-61: Unidentified location, undated
B-3-62 (87): Man playing a white guitar, undated
B-3-64: Bird's eye view of area bounded by Peachtree, Ponce de Leon, West Peachtree, and Third, undated
B-3-65: MARTA buses, undated
B-3-66: Southeastern Stages bus, undated
B-3-67: Kiss Ride sign, undated
B-3-68 (87): "Oglethorpe University", undated
B-3-70: Peachtree Center, undated
B-3-71: "Judy playing A.S.O. [Atlanta Symphony Orchestra], Stone Mt.", July 1972
B-3-72: Atlanta interstate at night, undated
B-3-73 [and duplicate]: Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, undated
B-3-74 (87): Unidentified location, undated
B-3-75: "Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Pops, Chastain Park", ca. July 1974
B-3-76: Phoenix Rising From the Ashes statue, undated
B-3-77: Phoenix Rising From the Ashes statue, undated
B-3-79: "Light-Up Atlanta", 1983
B-3-80: "Light-Up Atlanta", 1983
B-3-82: "Atlanta Airport", undated
B-3-83: "Georgia Power Building", undated
B-3-84 [and duplicate]: Stone Mountain, undated
B-3-85: "Architecture", undated
B-3-86: C and S Building, Atlanta, undated
B-3-88: View of Atlanta Westin, undated
B-3-89: Unidentified statue, undated
B-3-90: Six Flags?, undated
B-3-91: "Atlanta", undated
B-3-93: "Stanford Bell Tower, Econ. Dev.", undated
B-3-94: Aerial view of UGA, ca. 1971
B-3-95: Unidentified location, undated
B-3-96: "Atlanta", undated
B-3-97: "Atlanta", undated
B-3-98: "Georgia State University", undated
B-3-100: "Rome Clock Tower", undated
B-3-101: Horace Mann Bond Building, UGA, undated
B-3-102: "Southern Tech ", undated
B-3-103: "Southern Tech", undated
B-3-104: "Medical College of Georgia", undated
B-3-105 (87): "Georgia State University", undated
B-3-106: "Library" [UGA?], undated
B-3-107: "Southern Tech", undated
B-3-108: "Georgia College", August 1981
B-3-109: "Southern Tech", undated
B-3-110: "Atlanta", undated
B-3-111: UGA, undated
B-3-113: "Atlanta", undated
B-3-115: "Atlanta", undated
B-3-116: "Atlanta", undated
B-3-117 (87): Unidentified location, undated
B-3-118: Unidentified location, undated
B-3-119: Unidentified location, undated
43B-4: Aerospace/Biotechnology and Biology/Students [Rack 4], undated, ca. 1970-1986
B-4-6 (87): Two students, undated
B-4-10: Two men, undated
B-4-11 (87): Scene on campus, undated
B-4-12: Scene on campus, undated
B-4-13 (87): Scene on campus, undated
B-4-14: Scene on campus, undated
B-4-15: Scene on campus, undated
B-4-16: Scene on campus, undated
B-4-17: Scene on campus, undated
B-4-18: Scene on campus, undated
B-4-19: Scene on campus, undated
B-4-22: Two girls, undated
B-4-23: Scene on campus, undated
B-4-24: Woman in office, undated
B-4-25: Unidentified woman, undated
B-4-29: Scene on campus, undated
B-4-30: Scene in library? [duplicate of B-4-44], undated
B-4-31: "Bill Oglesby", undated
B-4-32: Scene in lab, undated
B-4-34: Scene in lab [duplicate of B-4-49], undated
B-4-35: Students studying, undated
B-4-36: Students in classroom, undated
B-4-37: Students in lab, undated
B-4-42: Students in classroom, undated
B-4-43: Students in classroom, undated
B-4-44: Scene in library? [duplicate of B-4-30], undated
B-4-45: Students in classroom, undated
B-4-47: Students in lab, undated
B-4-49: Students in lab [duplicate of B-4-34], undated
B-4-51 (87): Female student studying, undated
B-4-53: Students in classroom, undated
B-4-55: Students in classroom, undated
B-4-57: Man playing tennis, undated
B-4-58: Man playing tennis, undated
B-4-64: Students in lab, undated
B-4-66: Male student, undated
B-4-67: Group of students, undated
B-4-70: Scene in library?, undated
B-4-73: "Student/Teacher Ratio, Lab Equipment", undated
B-4-74: Man at computers, undated
B-4-75: Female student studying, undated
B-4-80 (87): Students studying, undated
B-4-84: Male student studying, ca. December 1980
44B-5: Architecture/Buildings/Facilities [Rack 5], ca. 1967-1985
B-5-25: Administration Building, undated
B-5-31: "Elec. Research, ERB", undated
B-5-38: Van Leer Electrical Engineering Building, undated
B-5-48: Rich Building, undated
B-5-49: Aerial view of Georgia Tech campus, undated
B-5-51: Aerial view of Georgia Tech campus, undated
B-5-59: "Rome office", undated
B-5-62: "Airborne Lab", undated
B-5-66: "Research" [duplicate of B-1-64], undated
B-5-67: "EES-Bldg., ISYE Model", undated
B-5-68: Scene in lab, ca. June 1973
B-5-71: "Cobb Co., EES-Bldg.", ca. November 1979
B-5-72: "Cobb Co., EES-Bldg.", undated
B-5-73: "EES Bldg.", undated
B-5-76: Scene in lab, undated
B-5-78: "Library", undated
B-5-80: "EES-Bldg.", undated
B-5-81: "EES-Bldg.", undated
B-5-82 (87): "Ft. Monmouth, NJ", undated
B-5-83 (87): Architectural rendering of unidentified building, undated
B-5-84: Unidentified building, undated
B-5-86 (87): J.S. Coon Mechanical Engineering Building, undated
B-5-90: "Textiles, Research-College of Engineering", undated
B-5-91: "D.M. Smith Building", undated
B-5-92: Hinman Research Building, undated
B-5-93: "Emerson Building, Biology", January 1968
B-5-94: "Electrical Engineering, Col. of Eng.", undated
B-5-95: Architectural rendering of unidentified building, ca. November 1967
B-5-98: "Architecture", undated
B-5-99: "Architecture", undated
B-5-100: "Architecture", ca. July 1979
B-5-101: "Architecture", ca. July 1979
B-5-102: "Architecture", ca. July 1979
B-5-103: "Architecture", undated
B-5-104: "Architecture", undated
B-5-105: "Architecture", undated
B-5-109: "Architecture, Handicap, sidewalks", ca. November 1979
B-5-110: "Architecture", undated
B-5-112: "Architect, Energy", undated
B-5-113: "Architect, Energy Study", undated
B-5-114: "Architecture Grad Student", undated
B-5-116: "New ACT [AET?] Design Lab, Architecture", ca. March 1985
B-5-118: "MRC", undated
B-5-120 (87): Model of unidentified buildings, undated
45B-6: Personalities [Rack 6], ca. 1982-1986
B-6-2: Unidentified man, undated
B-6-42: "Pete Silas-President and CEO-Phillips Pet.", undated
B-6-46: Joe Frank Harris, undated
B-6-47: Joe Frank Harris, undated
B-6-48: Joe Frank Harris, undated
B-6-49: Joe Frank Harris, undated
B-6-50: "EES-Pers, Bob Ormsby", undated
B-6-52: "David Gardner", undated
B-6-53: "Gilbert Amelio", ca. April 1982
B-6-54: "Gilbert Amelio" [duplicate of B-1-96], ca. April 1982
B-6-55: "David Gardner", undated
B-6-57: "Dean Griffin", undated
B-6-58: "ER11, EES Personalities", undated
B-6-61: "President Boeing, Malcolm Stamper", undated
B-6-64: "Charles Watl [WATL?]", ca. February 1986
B-6-73: Gilbert Amelio, ca. April 1982
B-6-74: Unidentified man, undated
B-6-78: "Nunn, S.D.I., Abrahamson", undated
B-6-79: Group of astronauts, undated
B-6-80: Group of astronauts in space shuttle, undated
B-6-84 (87): Unidentified man, undated
B-6-90: "Leroy Emkin, STRUDL", undated
B-6-94: "Jim Craig", ca. April 1985
B-6-95: "Civil Engineering", undated
B-6-97: "Robnett CE", undated
B-6-101 (87): "Malcolm Stamper", undated
B-6-104 (87): Unidentified man, Vice President Manufacturing, undated
B-6-109 (87): Unidentified man, undated
B-6-113 (87): Unidentified man, undated
46B-7: Chemical Engineering/Chemistry/City [Rack 7], ca. 1965-1986
B-7-13: "Chemistry/Materials #2", undated
B-7-14: "Chemistry", undated
B-7-15: "Chemistry", undated
B-7-17 (87): "Grad Student Chemistry", undated
B-7-18: Scene in a lab, undated
B-7-19: "Chemistry", undated
B-7-20: Scene in a lab, ca. September 1965
B-7-21: "Chemistry", ca. July 1986
B-7-23: Equipment, undated
B-7-24: "Elec 116", undated
B-7-25: "Underground Coal Gasification", undated
B-7-26: "Chemistry", undated
B-7-27 (87): Scene in a lab, undated
B-7-35 (87): Unidentified woman, undated
B-7-37: Scene in a lab, ca. April 1985
B-7-39: Unidentified man, undated
B-7-44: Unidentified location, ca. June 1985
B-7-49: Unidentified location, ca. June 1985
B-7-52: "BNA Polymerbase", undated
B-7-56: "Chemical Engineering", ca. December 1979
B-7-57: "Col. of Eng., Chemical Engineering", December 1979
B-7-58 (87): Equipment, undated
B-7-60: "Biomedical, Artif. Heart Valve-Laser", undated
B-7-61: Two men with equipment, ca. July 1986
B-7-62: Man with equipment, ca. July 1985
B-7-63: Man with equipment, ca. July 1986
B-7-64: People with equipment, undated
B-7-65: Man at computer, ca. August 1986
B-7-66: Man with equipment, ca. August 1986
B-7-67: Equipment, undated
B-7-68: Unidentified, undated
B-7-69: Equipment?, undated
B-7-71: Equipment?, undated
B-7-72: Equipment, undated
B-7-74: "Computers", ca. November 1981
B-7-75: Man with equipment, undated
B-7-90: Unidentified man and woman, undated
B-7-91: Unidentified location, undated
B-7-92: Airplanes on runway, undated
B-7-94: Airplane in air, undated
47B-8: Ceramic Engineering/Electrical Engineering/Geophysical Sciences/ISyE/Management/Mechanical Engineering [Rack 8], undated, ca. 1965-1986
B-8-11: Unidentified man, undated
B-8-12: Equipment, undated
B-8-13: Man with equipment, undated
B-8-17: Unidentified, schematics?, undated
B-8-20: Unidentified, schematics?, undated
B-8-40: "Materials Handling Research Center" "Econ. Dev.", undated
B-8-46 (87): Plaque, undated
B-8-61: People in a meeting, undated
B-8-65: "Management", undated
B-8-66: "Col. of Management", undated
B-8-67: "Management", undated
B-8-68: "Fred Albine [?]/Bill Oglesby, Col. of Management", undated
B-8-71: "Pat Brown-Grad., Col. of Management", undated
B-8-72: "Pat Brown-Grad., Col. of Management", undated
B-8-73 (87): Unidentified men, undated
B-8-75 (87): Unidentified man, undated
B-8-84 (87): Unidentified man, undated
B-8-113: "Robotics Laboratory", undated
B-8-114: "Heat pipe", ca. September 1985
B-8-116 (87): "Sam Shelton, natural gas, heat pump", undated
B-8-118: Equipment, undated
48B-9: Microelectronics Academic/Physics [Rack 9], ca. 1983-1986
B-9-2: Woman at computer, ca. April 1985
B-9-3: "CALMA-Microelectronics and SEL", March 1983
B-9-4: "VLSI", undated
B-9-5: Unidentified, schematics?, undated
B-9-9: Man at computer, undated
B-9-12: Unidentified, tour?, ca. September 1985
B-9-13: "Low-Energy Auger, Spectrum of Silicon" graph, undated
B-9-14: "Channel Number" graph, undated
B-9-15: "Deformable Ion Model with an Interaction Hamiltonian H1" graph, undated
B-9-16: "Carrier Concentration/Depth" graph, undated
B-9-17: "Single-Flux-Quantum Memory Cell" graphic, undated
B-9-18: "Energy Gap Data" graph, undated
B-9-19: "Switched-Capacitor Implementation of a Second-Order Notch Filter" graphic, undated
B-9-20: "Parasitics of a Mosfet" graphic, undated
B-9-21: "Theoretical Doping Profile for Double-Drift Low-high-Low IMPATT" graph, undated
B-9-22: "Energetics for the Relaxed Silicon Vacancy Clusters" graph, undated
B-9-23: "Total Energies for the Relaxed Silicon Vacancy Clusters" graph, undated
B-9-24: "Difference in Total Charge Densities for Substitutional Fe in Bulk Silicon" graphic, undated
B-9-25: "Cluster Simulation of the Electronic Structure of Bulk Silicon" graphic, undated
B-9-26: "Economic and Technology Policy Assessments", undated
B-9-27: "Ion Implantation and Surface Analysis", undated
B-9-28: "$76 Million Research Program", undated
B-9-29: "Device Physics", undated
B-9-30: "Low Voltage Field Emitter Array Cathodes", undated
B-9-31: "Switched Capacitor Filtors", undated
B-9-36: Unidentified, scene in lab?, undated
B-9-37: "VHSIC, in M.R.C., Calma", undated
B-9-39: "Semiconductor Device Research", undated
B-9-44: Man at computer, ca. December 1985
B-9-48: Equipment, ca. November 1985
B-9-58: Equipment, ca. July 1985
B-9-59: Equipment, ca. July 1986
B-9-60: Scene in lab, undated
B-9-61: "Col. of Engineering, Physics", undated
B-9-62: "Research Scientist D. Holcomb at the Perkin Elmer Infra-Red Spectrophotometer, School of Physics", undated
B-9-63: "S. Fleming, E. Babcock, and D. Roberts in Physics 3226 Lab, Feb. 1983. They are studying a photomultiplier tube on a dual trace oscilloscope. This is an expt. in the Fourier optics lab. Physics", February 1983
B-9-64: "Physics", undated
B-9-65: "Physics, Winnick", undated
B-9-66 (87): Unidentified, undated
B-9-67 (87): Scene in lab, undated
B-9-68: Unidentified, undated
B-9-69: "Physics", undated
B-9-70: "Keith Legg-Physics", undated
B-9-71: Man with equipment, undated
B-9-73: "Physics", undated
B-9-74: Untitled graph, undated
B-9-75: Untitled graph, undated
B-9-76: Untitled graph, undated
B-9-77: Man with equipment, undated
B-9-79: "Physics", undated
B-9-88: Untitled graph, undated
B-9-93: Man at chalkboard, undated
B-9-94: Equipment, undated
B-9-95: Two men looking at graph, undated
B-9-99: Man with equipment, undated
B-9-102: Man with equipment, ca. November 1985
B-9-103 (87): Two people in lab, ca. August 1986
B-9-105: Equipment, undated
49B-10: Rehabilitation Technology/Social Sciences/Space/Textiles [Rack 10], undated, ca. 1965-1986
B-10-26: Unidentified man, undated
B-10-27: Man at desk, undated
B-10-28: Books, undated
B-10-29: Man at desk, undated
B-10-81: "Textiles-College of Engineering", undated
B-10-83: "T.Al.-Textiles?", undated
410B-11: Biomedical/Chemistry, GTRI/General GTRI and Olympics [Rack 11], undated and 1984
B-11-18: "Moore [?], Electronics", undated
B-11-101: "Tom Starr, EMSL, Gas Chromatography, Mass Spectrometer, Chemistry and Materials", undated
B-11-102: Man with equipment, ca. April 1984
411B-12: Command and Control/Communications [Rack 12], 1985-1986
B-12-5: "Microfix", ca. March 1985
B-12-20 (87): Man at computer, ca. August 1986
412B-13: Defense Electronics [Rack 13], undated, ca. 1965-1986
B-13-25: "Radar", undated
B-13-91: "SDI Computer model", undated
413B-14: Economic Development [Rack 14], undated, ca. 1965-1986
B-14-63: Train, undated
414B-15: Solar Energy [Rack 15], ca. 1975-1985
B-15-4: "10 Megawatt Solarelectric Plant, Barstow, Calf.", undated
B-15-5: "Solar Industrial Process Heat", undated
B-15-6: "The D.O.E. Solar Thermal Program, Solar", undated
B-15-7: "Steam boiler inside Pyrennees solar tower", undated
B-15-8: "Solar, Hunn House", undated
B-15-9: "Solar", undated
B-15-10: Equipment, ca. October 1978
B-15-11: "Solar Thermal Facilities", undated
B-15-17: "U.S. Mean Daily Solar Radiation, Annual", undated
B-15-22: Untitled solar diagram, undated
B-15-24: Equipment, undated
B-15-35: "Solar, Belgian Group", July 1979
B-15-37: "Solar Active Heating and Cooling", undated
B-15-38: "Solar Energy Systems", ca. March 1976
B-15-39: Equipment, ca. May 1984
B-15-40: Equipment, ca. May 1984
B-15-41: Man with equipment, undated
B-15-43: Equipment, ca. May 1984
B-15-45: "Solar cells", undated
B-15-46: Equipment, undated
B-15-47: Men with equipment, undated
B-15-49: Equipment, ca. May 1985
B-15-50: "Solar", undated
B-15-51: "Solar", undated
B-15-52: "Solar", undated
B-15-53: "Solar", undated
B-15-54: "Shenandoah", undated
B-15-57: Shenandoah, undated
B-15-58: "Solar, Shenandoah Comm. Cent.", ca. April 1977
B-15-59: Shenandoah, undated
B-15-60: "Solar", undated
B-15-62: "Solar Energy", undated
B-15-63: Equipment, ca. September 1985
B-15-64: "Energy Voltaics", undated
B-15-65: Equipment, undated
B-15-66: "Voltaics", undated
B-15-67: "Solar", undated
B-15-73: "Solar Photovoltaic Technology", undated
B-15-74: "10 Megawatt Solar electric Plant, Barstow, Calf.", undated
B-15-76: "Energy-Solar, 10 MW Solar Power Plant, Barstow, CA. (Tom Brown)", undated
B-15-77: "Solar", ca. May 1979
B-15-78: "Solar", undated
B-15-79: "Solar Powered Pumps", undated
B-15-83: Equipment, undated
B-15-84: "Solar, Steenblick", undated
B-15-85: "Solar", undated
B-15-86: "Solar", undated
B-15-87: "Solar Passive Heating and Cooling", undated
B-15-88: "Sheppard", ca. March 1975
B-15-89: "Solar", ca. April 1979
B-15-90: "Solar", ca. April 1979
B-15-91: "Solar", undated
B-15-92: "Solar", undated
B-15-93: Equipment, ca. August 1979
B-15-94: "10 megawatt solar electric plant, Barstow, Calf.", undated
B-15-95: "Solar", undated
B-15-97: "Solar, 1 KW Photovoltaic", undated
B-15-99: "Reflector/Stirling engine, Palm Springs, Calif., EMSL Tom Elf", ca. January 1984
B-15-100: "Dish-Sterling", undated
B-15-101: Dish-Sterling, undated
B-15-102: Equipment, undated
B-15-106: "Energy-Solar, Photovoltaic House", undated
B-15-108: "Solar", undated
B-15-109: Equipment, undated
B-15-110: "EES 105", ca. October 1978
B-15-112: "Solar Energy", undated
B-15-119: Equipment, undated
B-15-120: "Solar", ca. July 1976
415B-16: Alternate Energy [Rack 16], ca. 1965-1984
B-16-1: "Nuclear and Biological Sciences Division", undated
B-16-3: "Nuclear", undated
B-16-4: "Bio-Rad Labs, measuring thickness of silicon wafers", undated
B-16-5: "Nuclear", undated
B-16-6: "Nuclear", undated
B-16-7 (87): Equipment, undated
B-16-8: "Reactor Radiation Counting [?], Nuclear?", ca. November 1966
B-16-9: "NRC Electronics Lab", ca. November 1966
B-16-10: "Reactor Control Room, Nuclear", ca. February 1965
B-16-11: "Nuclear Plant", undated
B-16-12 (87): "Savannah River Nuclear Plant", undated
B-16-13: "Energy Conservation", undated
B-16-14: "Biomass", undated
B-16-17: "Reduce Industrial Energy Projections by 10% to 20%", undated
B-16-23: Man with equipment, ca. March 1985
B-16-24: "Pipe with steam, chemistry", ca. September 1974
B-16-25: "Energy conservation, NW Georgia Regional Hospital", ca. July 1978
B-16-27 (87): Equipment, undated
B-16-28: "Energy Conservation", undated
B-16-29: "Conservation", undated
B-16-30: "Energy Conservation, Thermograph at concrete plant", ca. April 1978
B-16-31: "Energy Conservation", undated
B-16-32: "Energy Conservation", undated
B-16-33: "Testing boiler water for impurities", undated
B-16-36: "Biomass", undated
B-16-37: "Energy Conservation", ca. September 1978
B-16-38: "Energy Conservation", undated
B-16-40: "Energy Conservation", undated
B-16-42: "Energy Conservation, energy audit II", undated
B-16-44: "Voltage Analysis TAL, energy", undated
B-16-45: "Magnotometer-Hydrogen Energy EML", undated
B-16-48: "Energy Conservation", undated
B-16-49: "Energy Conservation", undated
B-16-51: "Nuclear", undated
B-16-52: "Biomass, Aragon-Boiler TAL", undated
B-16-53: "Biomass", undated
B-16-54: "Biomass, Pyrolytic oil, ethanol fermentation", undated
B-16-55: "Ethanol", undated
B-16-56: "Energy, ethanol research", undated
B-16-60: Unidentified, ca. April 1984
B-16-61: "Energy", undated
B-16-62: "Biomass", undated
B-16-63: "Gasifier-TAL, wood", March 1983
B-16-64: "Biomass", ca. July 1980
B-16-66: "Solar", ca. May 1978
B-16-67: "Energy conservation", ca. June 1977
B-16-68: "Energy conservation, wood", ca. June 1977
B-16-69: Equipment, undated
B-16-73 (87): Equipment, undated
B-16-74: Unidentified, undated
B-16-75: "Biomass, SJN Feller-Combine Buncher/JD 544B", undated
B-16-76: "Biomass, grain-ethanol", ca. July 1977
B-16-77: "Biomass", undated
B-16-78 (87): "Biomass", undated
B-16-79: "Biomass, Sunkist", undated
B-16-80: "Biomass", undated
B-16-81 (87): "Biomass", undated
B-16-83: "Energy survey", undated
B-16-87: "Engineering Extension, Energy Extension", undated
B-16-88: Energy Extension, undated
B-16-89: Windmill, undated
B-16-90: "Windmill, DOE-NASA", undated
B-16-92: "Wind", undated
B-16-93: "Energy-wind", undated
B-16-95: "Energy Research", ca. September 1978
B-16-96: "Community Energy Systems", ca. September 1978
B-16-97: "Energy Conservation", ca. September 1974
B-16-98: "Biomass", undated
B-16-99: "Biomass", ca. July 1979
B-16-100: "Solar", undated
B-16-101: "Biomass", undated
B-16-102: "Energy audit", undated
B-16-103: "Biomass, Gold Kist", undated
B-16-104: "Mill in Fayette County", undated
B-16-105: "Biomass, Expansion of Industry into New Alternative Energy Markets", undated
B-16-107: "Biomass", undated
B-16-109: "Energy Conservation", ca. April 1977
B-16-111: "Rome Hospital, Energy Conservation", undated
B-16-112 (87): Peanuts, undated
B-16-113: "ELF Model, Energy, TAL", undated
B-16-114: "Hydrider", undated
B-16-115: "Energy, Piqua, Ohio", undated
B-16-116: "Biomass", undated
B-16-117 (87): "Nuclear", undated
B-16-118 (87): "The DOE Wind Energy Program", undated
B-16-119 (87): "Wood Energy in the South approx. 1 1/4 quads", undated
B-16-121: "Barrell Acree, Fusion-Energy", undated
B-16-121a: Equipment, undated
416B-17: Field Offices/Lasers [Rack 17], ca. 1981-1984
B-17-26: "Haynes Ind., IED", undated
B-17-30: Man and woman at table, undated
B-17-31: "Tech saved manufacturer of solar heating systems thousands of dollars in equipment costs", undated
B-17-34 (87): Silhouette of Georgia, undated
B-17-36: "Haralson County, IED", undated
B-17-37: "IED, Industrial Development Division", undated
B-17-41: "Durham Manufacturing Co. Ellaville, Furniture Plant productivity increased 50% by Tech ideas on material flow and equipment layout", undated
B-17-42: "Wood Tech '81 Registration", 1981
B-17-43: "Biomass", undated
B-17-44: Convention/exhibition, undated
B-17-46: "Field Office Director use of time" graph, undated
B-17-48: "Economic Development", undated
B-17-57: Bathroom, undated
B-17-58: Cornor of a porch, undated
B-17-59: Cornice, undated
B-17-60: Unidentified building, undated
B-17-62: "Allegro-Field Offices", undated
B-17-66: Unidentified manufacturer, ca. February 1984
B-17-69: "Habersham Broom", undated
B-17-70: "Ed Hardisson-Georgia Crate", ca. November 1981
B-17-71: "Ed Lewis-Cable Analysis", undated
B-17-73: "Haralson County", undated
B-17-74: "Haynes Industries", undated
B-17-76: "Billy Haynes, Haynes Industries, Waycross", undated
B-17-77: "John Foster, Habersham Broom, Cornelia", undated
B-17-78: "Bolling Jones, Georgia Crate and Basket, Thomasville", undated
B-17-79: "Joe Jenkins, Leary, Cable Analysis", undated
B-17-80: "Jim Frank Smith Commissioner, Haralson County", undated
B-17-81: "550 visits, $162 million savings", undated
B-17-85: Laser, EMC [?], undated
B-17-86: "Laser, no targets [?]", undated
B-17-87: "Liquid rotating cell-dye laser, Shelnutt, Physics", undated
B-17-88: "Laser", undated
B-17-89: "Laser, Neutrino detection", undated
B-17-91: "Laser", undated
B-17-92: "High power pulsed rad. for mmd wave lengths got it from shack? [?]", undated
B-17-94: "H.P., Laser", undated
B-17-102: "Lasers", undated
B-17-118 (87): "Lasers", undated
B-17-120 (87): "Lasers", undated
417B-18: Infrared and Electro Optics [Rack 18], ca. 1975-1986
B-18-1: "EL 105, RGT 23, EES 37", undated
B-18-9: "EML, Infrared-Electro Optics", undated
B-18-10: "EL 115, EES 44", undated
B-18-11 (87): "Landsat", ca. August 1986
B-18-12: "Landsat", undated
B-18-13: "Landsat, emulsion reversed?", undated
B-18-13a: "Aerial Photo, Elec 111", ca. August 1986
B-18-15: "Landsat", undated
B-18-16: "Infrared", undated
B-18-17: "Atlanta", undated
B-18-19: "Satellite communication, Landsat", 1980
B-18-20: "Landsat", undated
B-18-21: "EL 109", 1980
B-18-22: "Landsat", 1980
B-18-24: "Electro-optics, Elec 102", undated
B-18-25: "Landsat", 1980
B-18-26: "EML 4, Slide #1, E-O Group/EML, Landsat", ca. January 1976
B-18-30: "Remote sensing, Landsat", undated
B-18-31: "St. Simons rain, Landsat", 1980
B-18-32: "Infrared Electro Optics, EML", undated
B-18-35: "Landsat", 1980
B-18-38: "Agriculture, Forestry, Land Use Mapping, Environmental, . . .", undated
B-18-39: "Landsat, Peking", undated
B-18-40: "Remote sensing, Landsat", ca. February 1975
B-18-41: "Landsat", ca. April 1976
B-18-45 (87): "Microelec.", undated
B-18-47: "Elec 103", undated
B-18-60: Man with equipment, undated
B-18-61: Unidentified schematics, undated
B-18-62: Unidentified, undated
B-18-63: "Microelectronics-EML-Plasma Etching", March 1983
B-18-65: Unidentified schematics, undated
B-18-72: People in lab, ca. November 1985
B-18-75: "Livesay microtensil", undated
B-18-77: Equipment, undated
B-18-81: "Electro", undated
B-18-84: CALMA, undated
B-18-85: "Band Structure Calculations", undated
B-18-87: Equipment, undated
B-18-88: "Materials and Device Characterization", undated
B-18-91: People in lab, undated
B-18-92: Unidentified, undated
B-18-93: Unidentified, undated
B-18-97: "Multi-Chip Impatt Diode Power Combiner", undated
B-18-98: Man with equipment, undated
B-18-100: Unidentified, undated
B-18-101: Man in lab, undated
B-18-103: "Electron Microscope", undated
B-18-105: "Impatt Diode Assembly", undated
51B-19: Airborne Labs/International [Rack 19], ca. 1979-1985
B-19-17: Unidentified location, ca. April 1979
B-19-18: Unidentified location, undated
B-19-20: "A Program for Developing Energy-Related Businesses in Lesser Developed Countries", undated
B-19-21: Unidentified, undated
B-19-22: Unidentified, undated
B-19-24: Unidentified convention, undated
B-19-25: Unidentified, undated
B-19-26: Unidentified, undated
B-19-27: Unidentified, undated
B-19-28: "Less Developed Countries and Southeast USA", undated
B-19-33: Econ. Dev., Map, Egypt, undated
B-19-35: Unidentified, undated
B-19-36: Unidentified, undated
B-19-38: "Carabobo", undated
B-19-39: "Future Expectations", undated
B-19-41: "Business, Increase Output, Reduce Energy Consumption", undated
B-19-48: Unidentified, undated
B-19-49: Unidentified, undated
B-19-50: "Energy Demand, Less Developed Countries", undated
B-19-51: "Oil Effects [sic] Less Developed Countries Politically and Economically", undated
B-19-52: Unidentified, undated
B-19-53: Unidentified, undated
B-19-56: Unidentified, undated
B-19-60: Unidentified, undated
B-19-62: "Saudi Arabia, Major Energy Supplier, Key Role in the World's Economy ", undated
B-19-63: Saudi Arabia, Energy and Aid to Less Developed Countries, undated
B-19-67: "Nelson Wall in Nigeria, Donovan", undated
B-19-68: "Claxton Bakery, Claxton", undated
B-19-71: "ATDC", undated
B-19-85: "Antennas", 1985
52B-20: Antennas/Radiometry/Robotics and Material Handling [Rack 20], ca. 1980-1987
B-20-2: Equipment, undated
B-20-3: "Radiometers", undated
B-20-10: Landsat, 1980
B-20-12: "Radiometer Channel Allocation", undated
B-20-13: Equipment, undated
B-20-25: "EML-Delbrie [?]", undated
B-20-27 (87): "Radiometer", undated
B-20-30: "Radiometer", undated
B-20-31: Man with equipment, ca. May 1985
B-20-39 (87): Equipment, undated
B-20-42 (87): Equipment, undated
B-20-43 (87): Equipment, undated
B-20-44 (87): Equipment, undated
B-20-45 (87): Unidentified schematics, undated
B-20-48: "Robot Sensor Material", undated
B-20-48b: Equipment, undated
B-20-51: "Robotics", undated
B-20-53: "Context Queing, Manufacturing Technology", undated
B-20-55: "Time, Robotics", undated
B-20-56: "Robotics", undated
B-20-58: "Robotics", undated
B-20-59: Equipment, undated
B-20-61 (87): Equipment, undated
B-20-62: "Robotics", undated
B-20-64: "Robotics", undated
B-20-66: "Time, Robotics", undated
B-20-67: "Time, Robotics", undated
B-20-68: "CSTL, Robotics", undated
B-20-72: "Return RCO", undated
B-20-73 (87): "Material Handling Research Center", undated
B-20-76: "Robotics", undated
B-20-77: "Simulation of Tactile Table System, Steve Robertson, Manu. Tech", undated
B-20-78: Equipment, undated
B-20-79: "Robotics", undated
B-20-80: "Innovation", undated
B-20-84: "Manufacturing Technology", undated
B-20-86: "Antenna Controller", undated
B-20-106: "Radar", undated
B-20-111: "Antenna", undated
B-20-112: "Elec 33", ca. August 1986
B-20-116 (87): Man with equipment, ca. March 1987
53B-21: Radar [Rack 21], ca. 1976-1986
B-21-33 (87): "Radar testing Res[?]/Tech, Ft. Gillem", 02 November 1983
B-21-38: "Radar", undated
B-21-48: Equipment, ca. November 1976
B-21-49: Man with equipment, undated
B-21-53: "Astar-Radar Proc. Unit", December 1982
B-21-57: Unidentified, undated
B-21-58: Unidentified, undated
B-21-60: Unidentified, undated
B-21-69: Unidentified graphic, undated
B-21-73 (87): "Radar Testing-Ft. Gillem", 02 November 1983
B-21-77: "Radar", undated
B-21-78: "Rand 33", undated
B-21-85: "Radar-RAIL", undated
B-21-86: "TEDSS, Electronic Defense", undated
B-21-93: "RAIL, SADS-VI Missile Closed Loop Simulator", ca. June 1978
B-21-100: "Radar", ca. October 1978
B-21-105: Unidentified, undated
B-21-111: "Sierra Radar", undated
B-21-115: "Cobb County Radar", ca. August 1986
54B-22: Millimeter Waves [Rack 22], undated, ca. 1965-1986
B-22-7: "Phased Array Antenna, STL, Elec 31", undated
B-22-12: Unidentified, undated
B-22-23: "EML, Fabray-Perot, not a beam splitter", undated
B-22-24: Unidentified graphic, undated
B-22-29: Unidentified graphic, undated
B-22-30: "Components/Technology", undated
B-22-40: "System Development, Components and Technology, Measurements", undated
B-22-41: Unidentified, undated
B-22-46: "Soviets have attained freq. 4-5 ours. MM waves", undated
B-22-50: "Range Profile", undated
B-22-51: "Eagle vs. Bear-from 'Soviet lead in carcinottrons at least 5 yrs. MM waves", undated
B-22-53: "Millimeter Waves", undated
B-22-54: "EML", undated
B-22-55: Unidentified, undated
B-22-56: Unidentified, undated
B-22-58: Unidentified, undated
B-22-75: Equipment, undated
55B-23: Materials, GTRI [Rack 23], undated, ca. 1965-1986
B-23-3: Equipment, undated
B-23-16: "Materials", undated
B-23-28: Equipment, undated
B-23-31: "Materials", undated
B-23-41: Equipment, undated
B-23-42: "X ray diffraction and spectros [?] copy", undated
B-23-45: Equipment, undated
B-23-46: Unidentified, ca. May 1985
B-23-67: "Materials", undated
B-23-68: "Internal Imaging", undated
B-23-71: "Materials", undated
B-23-76: "Material Sciences", undated
B-23-77: "Ferrite Syn.", undated
B-23-80: Unidentified, undated
B-23-92 (87): Unidentified, undated
B-23-99 (87): Unidentified, undated
56B-24: Agriculture/Minorities/Poultry [Rack 24], ca. 1977-1978
B-24-14: "TAAC", undated
B-24-15: Unidentified location, undated
B-24-16: People in a meeting, undated
B-24-17: People in a meeting, ca. September 1978
B-24-22: People in a meeting, ca. November 1977
B-24-23: "Chevis Tool and Die", undated
B-24-25: "TAAC", undated
B-24-26: Examples of carpentry work, undated
B-24-27: "Lipscomb Creation", undated
B-24-28: "Econ. Dev.", ca. December 1977
B-24-31: Unidentified location, undated
B-24-32: People at a meeting, ca. November 1977
B-24-33: Unidentified location, 10 October 1978
B-24-34: "Mo-Mac", 26 September 1978
B-24-37: "Mo-Mac", ca. October 1978
B-24-38: "Mo-Mac", ca. October 1978
B-24-39: Unidentified location, undated
B-24-41: "Regal Crown Mushroom Farms", undated
B-24-43: "D.J. Moore, Ralph McElroy, Gary McElroy", 10 October 1978
B-24-44: "D.J. Moore", 10 October 1978
57B-25: ATDC and High Tech (A) [Rack 25], ca. 1978-1985
B-25-8: Unidentified location, undated
B-25-9: "GRI-SNG from coal", undated
B-25-10: "IBM display terminals", undated
B-25-13: Unidentified, undated
B-25-14: "800 Companies, Silicon Valley", undated
B-25-15: "Charles Kao-Veep of ITT-1st proposal use of optical fibers in communication", undated
B-25-16: Equipment, undated
B-25-17: "ATDC", undated
B-25-18: "North Carolina", undated
B-25-19: "SC. Atl of refiners [?]", undated
B-25-20: "E.F. Hutton", undated
B-25-21: "ATDC, Manufacturing Jobs Doubled", undated
B-25-22: "Electronics Manufacturing, High Tech Labs", undated
B-25-23: Unidentified, undated
B-25-25: "Taxes, Housing, Recreation, Universities", undated
B-25-26: "ATDC, Advanced Technology Development Center", undated
B-25-27: "ATDC", undated
B-25-28: "ATDC", undated
B-25-29 (87): "N.C. Research Triangle, ATDC", undated
B-25-30 (87): "ATDC, Catronix", ca. November 1982
B-25-31 (87): "ATDI, Advanced Technology Development Institute", undated
B-25-32 (87): "ATDC Selection Criteria", undated
B-25-34: Map showing location of ATDC, undated
B-25-35: People in a meeting, undated
B-25-36: "ATDC", undated
B-25-37: "ATDC", undated
B-25-38 (87): Unidentified location, undated
B-25-40: Unidentified, undated
B-25-42: Scientific-Atlanta building, undated
B-25-45: "Gov. Hunt-N.C., ATDC", undated
B-25-47: "N.C. Gov. Hunt", undated
B-25-48: "Computers", undated
B-25-49: "ATDC", undated
B-25-50: "HP, Exec. Seminar, ATDC", undated
B-25-51: "Electronics Manufacturing, High Technology Labs", undated
B-25-52: "ATDC", undated
B-25-53: "ATDC Mission", undated
B-25-54: "Program Participants", undated
B-25-55: "Research Project A-2312", undated
B-25-56: "Education", undated
B-25-57: "Year 2000", undated
B-25-58: "Education", undated
B-25-59: "Proposed Board of Trustees", undated
B-25-60: "Research Triangle Park chosen as headquarters", undated
B-25-62: "GRI, The Pulse Combustion Furnance", undated
B-25-64: "Mining the moon for profit", undated
B-25-66: "$10 million Cost-Benefit", undated
B-25-67: "MARTA", ca. October 1978
B-25-68: "ATDC, 15 Companies in 30 Years", undated
B-25-70: Unidentified, undated
B-25-72: "ATDC, H.P. machine", undated
B-25-73: "ATDC", undated
B-25-74: "ATDC", undated
B-25-75: "ATDC, Entrepreneur, Control Factors", October 1982
B-25-79: "IBM", undated
B-25-80: "HP Minority Univ.", undated
B-25-81: "Optical fibers for image intensifier to blow up picture of forest fire", undated
B-25-82: "Digital devices grossing almost $1 mil. in 1984", ca. January 1985
B-25-83: "ATDC, California, Engineering Faculty 20% Salary Raise", undated
B-25-84: "HP microcomputer-controlled spectrum analyzer", undated
B-25-85: "Regional ATDC", undated
B-25-86: "ATDC office/O'Keefe", undated
B-25-87: "ATDC", undated
B-25-88: "P[?] size silicon chip, This is C.U. of chip held in RCA picture of guy with TV camera over shoulder", undated
B-25-89: Man with equipment, undated
B-25-90: Man with equipment, undated
B-25-91: "ATDC, Sc. Atl.", undated
B-25-92: "Venture capital workshop", October 1982
B-25-93: "ATDC entrepreneur hybridomer", undated
B-25-95: Equipment, undated
B-25-96: Snapper mower assembly, undated
B-25-97: People in a lab, undated
B-25-99: "West basin of L.A.-Long Beach port", undated
B-25-100: "Alum replaces copper in hi-voltage power lines, Bomentle [?] Power near Moro region", undated
B-25-101: Woman at computer, undated
B-25-103: "High Technology Companies", undated
B-25-104: "High Technology Companies", undated
B-25-105: "Proposed ATDC Advisory Committee", undated
B-25-106: Unidentified location, undated
B-25-108 [and duplicate]: Research Triangle Park, undated
B-25-109: "Advanced Technology Development Center", undated
B-25-111: "ATDC", undated
B-25-112: "ATDC", undated
B-25-114: "E.F. Hutton, ATDC", undated
B-25-115: "ATDC, maps", undated
B-25-116: "ATDC", undated
B-25-117: "Advanced Technology Development Center", undated
58B-26: ATDC and High Tech (B)/General GTRI and Olympics [Rack 26], undated, ca. 1965-1986
B-26-9: "Charles Watt", undated
59B-27: Historic [Rack 27], ca. 1977-1986
B-27-20: "Biomass", undated
B-27-27: Man with equipment, ca. May 1984
B-27-33: "Col. of Eng., Engine Lab, old equip. ME", undated
B-27-34: "Solar", undated
B-27-35: Equipment, undated
B-27-38: People at a meeting, ca. November 1977
B-27-39: Valdosta city limit sign, "A Georgia Certified City", undated
B-27-40: Sylvania city limit sign, "A Georgia Certified City", undated
B-27-61: Man with equipment, undated
B-27-62: Man at computer, ca. July 1986
B-27-63: People in a meeting, ca. July 1986
B-27-66: "State Provides $15 Million", undated
B-27-69: Equipment, undated
B-27-71: "MMW Mixer Diode", undated
B-27-72: Unidentified schematic, undated
B-27-74: "Industry Sponsors 45%", undated
B-27-75: "In Five Years", undated
B-27-93 (87): "GTRI Field Offices, State of Georgia", undated
510B-28: Antennas/Command and Control/GTRI Labs/Manufacturing Technology [Rack 28], undated, ca. 1965-1986
B-28-70 (87): "Antenna Development", undated
511B-29: Computers, GTRI/Environmental Safety and Health [Rack 29], ca. 1979-1986
B-29-1: Metal working, ca. November 1979
B-29-3: "Econ. Dev.", undated
B-29-69: Calculators, undated
B-29-73: Unidentified schematics, undated
B-29-81: Equipment, undated
B-29-82: Unidentified, undated
B-29-83: "AI", ca. August 1986
B-29-84: Unidentified graphics, ca. September 1986
B-29-92: Unidentified lab, undated
B-29-93: "Computers", undated
B-29-94: "AI, Comp. GTRI", undated
B-29-109: People at computer, undated
B-29-110: "ERDAS, Inc.", undated
512B-30: Computer Science/Computers, GTRI [Rack 30], ca. 1978-1986
B-30-4: Unidentified graphic, undated
B-30-10: "Computer Science, Computers", undated
B-30-13: Men at typewriter, undated
B-30-16: Computer, ca. September 1985
B-30-34: "Computers", undated
B-30-39: "Sixth in Computer Science", undated
B-30-41: People at a computer, ca. February 1984
B-30-44: "Sixth in Computer Science", undated
B-30-45: Men with equipment, undated
B-30-47: Unidentified, undated
B-30-69: "Vest", ca. August 1986
B-30-70: "Computers", undated
B-30-72: Man with equipment, undated
B-30-73: Man with equipment, undated
B-30-75: "Computers", undated
B-30-79: "EML Shack, Computers", undated
B-30-80: "Computers", undated
B-30-81: "Computers", undated
B-30-82: "Computers", undated
B-30-84: "Human Aiding Mechanisms", undated
B-30-85: "Computers", undated
B-30-86: "Computers", undated
B-30-89: "CSTL, Computers", undated
B-30-90: "T.E.A.M.-SEL", ca. November 1982
B-30-92: Man at computer, undated
B-30-93: "Computers", undated
B-30-94: "Generic Expert System", undated
B-30-95: "Manufacturing Technology", undated
B-30-97: "Electronics", undated
B-30-98: "Computers", undated
B-30-100: Equipment, undated
B-30-101: "Applications Software", undated
B-30-102: "Software Development", undated
B-30-103: "Manufacturing Technology", undated
B-30-104: "Applications Software", undated
B-30-105: "Modeling and Simulation", undated
B-30-106: "Manufacturing Technology", undated
B-30-107: "Manufacturing Technology", undated
B-30-108: "Manufacturing Technology", undated
B-30-109: "EW Martin, Computers", ca. March 1978
B-30-110: "Computers", undated
B-30-112: "VHSIC", undated
B-30-113: "Electronics", ca. October 1978
B-30-114: Alarmed door, ca. December 1983
B-30-115: Man at computer, undated
 

A-SERIES 2: Photographs, 1989-1993 and undated, ca. 1980-1999

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31Aerospace, undated, ca. 1980-1999
VAUA341-001: Research Engineer Cliff McKeithan demonstrates the rotorcraft simulator installed in the Center for Excellence in Rotary Wing Aircraft Technology (CERWAT). The simulator is located in the School of Aerospace Engineering. Photo by Joe Schwartz., undated
32Antennas, undated, ca. 1980-1999
VAUA341-002: Woodbury Research Facility: Georgia Tech researchers make final adjustments near the feed room of an antenna at its Woodbury Research Facility, undated
VAUA341-003: Woodbury Research Facility: Georgia Tech researchers make final adjustments near the feed room of an antenna at its Woodbury Research Facility, undated
33Architecture, undated, ca. 1980-1999
VAUA341-004: Plasma torch/Lou Circeo, undated
34Bioengineering and Biosciences, undated, ca. 1980-1999
VAUA341-005: Robert Nerem, undated
VAUA341-006: Robert Nerem [not Nerem pictured], undated
35Buildings, undated, ca. 1980-1999
VAUA341-007: Manufacturing Research Center: Dr. Michael J. Kelly, a new director of Georgia Tech’s Manufacturing Research Center, poses with the new building, undated
36Chemical Engineering, undated, ca. 1980-1999
VAUA341-008: Polyimides: Dr. Lauren Tolbert shows model of a polyimide molecule being manufactured through a new process which offers more flexibility, undated
VAUA341-009: David Bostwick and Sarah Shealy operate a mass spectrometer used to analyze samples of Civil War medicines found on a former campsite in South Carolina. (Georgia Tech Photo by Gary Meek), undated
VAUA341-010: Research Technologists David Bostwick and Sarah Shealy operate a mass spectrometer used to analyze samples of Civil War medicines found at a former campsite on Hilton Head Island, South Carolina. (Georgia Tech Photo by Gary Meek), undated
37Chemistry, undated, ca. 1980-1999
VAUA341-011: Dr. Martha Briggs, assistant professor, chemistry, uses peptide synthesizer to make peptides as part of protein folding studies, undated
VAUA341-012: Dr. Martha Briggs, assistant professor, chemistry, uses peptide synthesizer to make peptides as part of protein folding studies, undated
VAUA341-013: Dr. Mark White adjusts surface science chemistry equipment in the lab of Dr. H.P. Gillis, School of Chemistry. (Georgia Tech Photo by Margaret Barrett.), undated
VAUA341-014: Regents’ Professor Dr. Leon Zalkow is leading Georgia Tech’s efforts in a drug discovery project involving labs and universities across the country. (Georgia Tech Photo by Joe Schwartz.), undated
VAUA341-015: Ph.D. students Dawn Fraser and John Lambropoulos prepare plants for testing as part of drug discovery research at Georgia Tech. (Georgia Tech Photo by Joe Schwartz), undated
38Computers, undated, ca. 1980-1999
VAUA341-016: Research Engineer Jeffrey Murray demonstrates how schematics can be produced on the wastewater simulator. A reactor and clarifier are shown with connecting piping. (Georgia Tech Photo by Gary Meek), undated
VAUA341-017: The 3-D optical digitizer developed at Georgia Tech is used to generate a computer image of Lab Co-Director Michael J. Sinclair. The devices promise lower costs for scanning objects. (Georgia Tech Photo by Gary Meek), undated
VAUA341-018: Information about a window is entered into a portable computer. John Myers then feeds the information to an expert system that evaluates the window’s condition. (Georgia Tech Photo by Gary Meek), undated
VAUA341-019: Dr. Jeff Holder, center, Dr. Chris Barnes, right, and co-op student Clint Parker, left, are exploring the use of wavelets in image compression. (Photo: Gary Meek), undated
VAUA341-020: Dr. Ajit Yoganathan, a chemical engineer & co-director of the Bioengineering Research Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology, studies Doppler images of simulated blood flowing through his unique heart “duplicator.” (Photo by Joe Schwartz/Georgia Tech), undated
39Electromagnetic Effects, 19 July 1993
VAUA341-021: John Daher examines CCD chip as part of testing to determine the susceptibility of photonic devices. News release: July 19, 1993, 19 July 1993
310Energy, undated, ca. 1980-1999
VAUA341-022: Dr. Ajeet Rohatgi/Low-cost solar cells (Georgia Tech Photo), undated
VAUA341-023: Solar cells/Dr. Rohatgi, undated
311General, undated, ca. 1980-1999
VAUA341-024: Dr. Gunther Holzer with computer equipment used in his automated system for analyzing fire debris. The system matches up chromatographic patterns of samples with patterns stored in the system to quickly determine the kinds of chemical accelerant used., undated
312Health, 1990-1993 and undated
VAUA341-025: News release: December 6, 1993: Close-up of perfusion system designed to maintain microbeads during NMR testing of artificial pancreas cells. (Georgia Tech Photo by Gary Meek), 06 December 1993
VAUA341-026: News release: December 6, 1993: Dr. Thanassis Sambanis (L) and Dr. Ioannis Constantinidis examine microbeads and perfusion system in preparation for NMR experiments on the health of artificial pancreas cells. (Georgia Tech Photo by Gary Meek), 06 December 1993
VAUA341-027: Blood Pump: Dr. Itzhak Green, undated
VAUA341-028: Dr. Mindy Millard-Stafford measures oxygen consumption of a runner. (Georgia Tech Photo), undated
VAUA341-029: Phillip Sparling (second from left), Linda Rosskopf and Mindy Millard-Stafford measure the oxygen consumption of a runner. News release: November 19, 1990, 19 November 1990
VAUA341-030: Laser Eye Exam: Dr. Nai-Teng Yu, professor of chemistry, at the Ga. Inst. of Tech., uses a new laser eye-exam instrument to determine whether Dr. Joyce H. Zhu is susceptible to cataract formation, undated
VAUA341-031: John Peifer, Eye Surgery Simulator: MCG & Georgia Institute of Technology, undated
313Material Sciences, undated, ca. 1980-1999
VAUA341-032: Anodic Filaments, L-Laura Turbini, R-Stuart Stock. GTRC TelePhoto by Gary Meek, undated
VAUA341-033: Superconducting wire/Dr. Lackey, undated
VAUA341-034: Superconducting wire/Dr. Lackey, undated
314Microelectronics, 1989 and undated
VAUA341-035: Graduate Student Bruno Frazier studies components for a micromachined motor with an optical microscope. The components were produced using a new technique. (Georgia Tech photo by Joe Schwartz), undated
VAUA341-036: Microelectronics Research Center: Study components carried on LDEF. The study took place in the clean room of the MRC, undated
VAUA341-037: Microelectronics Research Center: Study components carried on LDEF. The study took place in the clean room of the MRC, undated
VAUA341-038: Microelectronics Research Center: Study components carried on LDEF. The study took place in the clean room of the MRC [contact sheet], undated
VAUA341-039: Titanium Oxide Adhesion layers, undated
VAUA341-040: MAGIC—FT/IR Interface/Rick Browner/September 1989 Microelectronics Research Center: Study components carried on LDEF. The study took place in the clean room of the MRC, September 1989
315Psychology, undated, ca. 1980-1999
VAUA341-041: Lisa King, a graduate res. assist. at the Ga. Inst. of Tech., studies the impact of auditory signals by performing complicated computer-controlled tasks involving two activities. A top computer screen shows a continuous tracking tasks—a simulated winding road that requires her visual attention. At the same time, Ms. King monitors intermittent changes in four process indicators to detect out-of-bounds conditions on the bottom screen, undated
316Rehab Tech, June 1990
VAUA341-042: Larry Howard/June 1990/Center for Rehab. Tech, June 1990
317Robotics, undated, ca. 1980-1999
VAUA341-043: Dr. Nader Sadegh observes a robot using the software-based system he developed to improve robot learning and performance. (Georgia Tech Photo by Gary Meek), undated
VAUA341-044: Robot Communication: Ph.D. student Tucker Balch demonstrates the simulation that will be ported to three Denning robots, undated
VAUA341-045: Robotics—Ron Arkin, undated
318Textiles, undated, ca. 1980-1999
VAUA341-046: At the Georgia Institute of Technology, engineers like Ted Courtney check the lighting conditions around workstations in apparel manufacturing operations. The work is part of Georgia Tech’s “ergonomics” research. (Photo by Joe Schwartz/Georgia Tech), undated
VAUA341-047: Bernard Gunn adjusts equipment used to measure acoustic energy produced by the needles of an industrial sewing machine. (Georgia Tech Photo by Joe Schwartz), undated
VAUA341-048: Bernard Gunn shows pattern of acoustical energy that is being used to detect the wear of sewing machine needles. The Project is designed to improve the quality of apparel items. (Georgia Tech Photo by Joe Schwartz), undated
VAUA341-049: National Textile Center: Graduate Student Brian Failor studies fabric produced by an experimental printing line which uses xerography to apply colored patterns. The process could replace wet printing processes, undated
VAUA341-050: Textiles: Matthew Sikorski demonstrates how a 36-inch copying machine may be used to print patterns on fabric. Through a process called “xerography,” Georgia Tech researchers have found a way to eliminate water in fabric printing processes, undated
VAUA341-051: Polk, Malcolm/Textiles, undated
VAUA341-052: Administrators at Georgia Tech hope teachers like Dr. Malcolm Polk, a polymer chemist, will help attract minority students by serving as a role model. Polk, an associate professor in Georgia Tech’s School of Textile and Fiber Engineering, recently received the annual Outstanding Teacher Award presented by the National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers (NOBCChE). (Photo by Joe Schwartz), undated
319Unidentified (1 of 2), undated, ca. 1980-1999
VAUA341-053: A graduate student works in the nuclear research facility at the Georgia Institute of Technology. (Photo by Joe Schwartz), undated
VAUA341-054: Self-organized criticality/Kurt Wiesenfeld, undated
VAUA341-055: Georgia Inst. of Tech. Civil Engineering Professor Dr. Sam Martin (glasses) and technician Odis Tucker use red dye to track river flow and sedimentation movement in a model of the Savannah River. (Photo: Joe Schwartz), undated
VAUA341-056: Hydrogen Fuel/Dr. Billy Livesay, undated
VAUA341-057: Vision Tech/Dr. Steve Dickerson, undated
VAUA341-058: Integrated Microactuators, undated
VAUA341-059: GEL Electrophoresis: Dr. Kenneth Busch prepares interface device to capture material which has been separated by gel electrophoresis for analysis by mass spectrometer, undated
VAUA341-060: Georgia Tech researcher Jeff Covin says that some industries may benefit from entrepreneurial management during recession—a time when most firms become more conservative. (Georgia Tech Photo by Joe Schwartz), undated
320Unidentified (2 of 2), undated, ca. 1980-1999
VAUA341-061: Charles Ross draws a sample from test reactors which use shredded tires to clean wastewater, undated
VAUA341-062: Heat Pipes/Dr. Gene Colwell/Georgia Tech Photo, undated
VAUA341-063: Georgia Tech radar specialist Mark Richards, right, is leading an effort to develop new ways to locate and identify wind shears before they pose a threat to aircraft safety. At left is student Tim Shelling. (Georgia Tech Photo by Gary Meek), undated
VAUA341-064: Dr. Phil Kennedy/Cone Electrode, undated
VAUA341-065: OH Measurements: Dr. Fred Eisele uses a mass spectrometer in Georgia Tech’s mobile laboratory as part of an ion-assisted technique to measure concentrations of the hydroxyl radical, undated
VAUA341-066: OH Measurements: Dr. Fred Eisele uses a mass spectrometer in Georgia Tech’s mobile laboratory as part of an ion-assisted technique to measure concentrations of the hydroxyl radical, undated
VAUA341-067: Senior Research Engineer Joe Galliano inspects the Advanced Microwave Precipitation Radiometer (AMPR) which is being used by NASA to study storm systems, undated
VAUA341-068: Jim Hubbard, seated, and Guillermo Villalobos use a transmission electron microscope to view the material created when asbestos is exposed to a plasma arc torch. (Georgia Tech Photo by Joe Schwartz), undated
VAUA341-069: Greg Bourne (L) and Mike Elliott, co-directors, Southeast Negotiation Network. (Photo: Joe Schwartz), undated