John-Paul Clarke, Courtesy ISyE Appointment, Receives Named Professorship

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John-Paul Clarke was appointed by Dean Gary May to the College of Engineering’s Dean’s Professorship.

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John-Paul Clarke, who is also a professor in aerospace engineering, was appointed by Dean Gary May to the College of Engineering’s Dean’s Professorship, in recognition of his outstanding leadership and many contributions in the areas of air traffic management, aircraft, and airline operations.

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John-Paul Clarke was appointed by Dean Gary May to the College of Engineering’s Dean’s Professorship in recognition of his outstanding leadership and many contributions in the areas of air traffic management, aircraft, and airline operations. Clarke also holds a courtesy appointment in the Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering.

“I am deeply honored to have received this appointment, as it confirms the relevance and importance of my work, and the confidence that Dean May has in my vision for the future,” said Clarke, the director of the Air Transportation Laboratory and an active contributor to GT’s Decision and Control Laboratory. “This is the seed money that will allow me to work on truly innovative concepts, things that will push my research forward.”

To learn more about Clarke and his work, read here: http://b.gatech.edu/2cam8Xf.

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H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISYE)

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Aerospace, Engineering
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aerospace engineering, dean's professorship, faculty, isye, John-Paul Clarke
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  • Created On: Sep 14, 2016 - 7:19am
  • Last Updated: Oct 7, 2016 - 11:22pm