Design Collaborative

Capstone Design: Capstone Design courses are open to Georgia Tech undergraduate students from all majors, and the curriculum is centered on the initiation and hands-on fabrication of a prototype. Student teams  present their work at the end of semester at the Capstone Design Expo.

Center for Biologically Inspired Design (CBID): "Georgia Tech's Center for Biologically Inspired Design brings together a group of interdisciplinary biologists, engineers and physical scientists who seek to facilitate research and education for innovative products and techniques based on biologically-inspired design solutions.”

Direct Digital Manufacturing Lab & Research Group: Within the Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering, this lab focuses their research on the combination of design, manufacturing, and materials science.

The Rehabilitation Engineering and Applied Research (REAR) Lab: Within the School of Applied Physiology, the REAR Lab’s overarching mission is to conduct research on the health and rehabilitation of people with disabilities.

Vertically-Integrated Projects Program: The Vertically-Integrated Projects (VIP) Program is a project- and team-based program for undergraduate students that provides the challenging conditions and helpful mentorship needed to yield successful innovation and entrepreneurship. Long-term projects can last up to three years for an individual student.