Georgia Institute of Technology

Founded in 1885 in Atlanta, Georgia, the Georgia Institute of Technology (commonly known as Georgia Tech) now has satellite campuses in France, Ireland, China, Costa Rica, and Singapore in addition to a campus in Savannah, Georgia. The Institute educates 20,000 university students in six colleges: Architecture, Computing, Engineering, Management, Sciences, and Liberal Arts. Its research expenditures are over half a billion dollars annually. One of its institutes, the Georgia Tech Research Institute, focuses on applied research in 8 laboratories including the Aerospace, Transportation and Advanced Systems Laboratory, the Electro-Optical Systems Laboratory, and the Information and Communications Laboratory. The Institute has close ties to industry, especially the heath, energy, manufacturing, and information technology sectors.

Former United States President Jimmy Carter took
mathematics courses at Georgia Tech as he prepared to enter the United States
Navel Academy.

Total staff score
834 points
# Scientist Country Public Score Academic Score Overall Score
Zhong Lin Wang
Dr. Zhong Lin Wang
Physicist (Materials Scientist)
United States 4 830 834