Fiscal Year 2023
Research and Sponsored
Fiscal Year 2023
State of Georgia
Georgia Tech is a leader in AI research and has been actively engaged in research and education for decades, with more than 500 faculty working in fundamental and
applied AI related research across all six colleges and the research enterprise.
In 2023, the AI Hub at Georgia Tech was established to unite campus in AI research, development, and commercialization efforts.
Fiscal Year 2023 Awards
As the applied research unit of Georgia Tech and a Department of Defense University Affiliated Research Center (UARC), the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) strives to be the foremost innovators creating a secure nation, a prosperous Georgia, and a sustainable world.
Georgia Tech researchers are tackling urgent climate issues with an eye toward environmental justice and ecological sustainability.
Georgia Tech is focused on transformative biomedical and health research and seeks to develop the technical devices to bring solutions to patients.
Square Feet of
Lab and Office Space
in Science Square
Guided by Research Next, the strategic plan for the Georgia Tech research enterprise, new partnerships were established, and research collaborations
With 10 interdisciplinary research institutes (IRIs) and hundreds of research centers across the Institute, many of Georgia Tech's faculty are engaged in interdisciplinary research that tackles national and international challenges related to clean energy, public health, advanced manufacturing, semiconductors, and others.
In 2023, Enterprise Innovation Institute programs worked with 50,949 clients to create or save 47,238 jobs. All of this contributed to the
$4.5 billion in economic impact on the state of Georgia in fiscal year 2023.
The community of Georgia Tech extends beyond our campus into K-12 classrooms, Atlanta neighborhoods, and partner institutions as we work to strengthen our pipeline of science and technology talent for the state of Georgia.