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News: Last updated 12/15/2017

Origami Engineering students travel to Japan
Japan Trip

The students in Prof. Paulino's Origami Engineering course are visiting Japan from Dec. 15 to Dec. 22, 2017 as part of the global engineering leadership program at Georgia Tech. The trip includes cultural activities, lectures, and interactions with local students and professors studying origami. More info: Itinerary, Workshop, Lectures.

Origami Engineering students showcased semester projects
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The students in Prof. Paulino's Origami Engineering course showcased their semester projects in Mason lobby on December 14, 2017. The diverse projects included deployable temporary shelters for disaster relief, layer jamming for stiffened origami structures, origami that deforms when heated, and many more. Check out some of the projects posted by GT's School of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

Prof. Paulino to give a lecture in Caltech's GALCIT Colloquium Series
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Professor Glaucio H. Paulino will deliver a lecture titled "Origami engineering: from deployable structures to configurational metamaterials" in the Graduate Aerospace Laboratories of the California Institute of Technology (GALCIT) Colloquium Series at Caltech on December 1, 2017.

Prof. Paulino gave Opening Plenary Lecture at Origami Workshop
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Professor Glaucio H. Paulino delivered the Opening Plenary Lecture at The Second International Workshop on Origami Engineering, which aimed to bring leading academic researchers together to exchange experiences and research on all aspects of origami and its applications in science and engineering. The workshop took place at Tianjin University, Tianjin, China on November 6-8, 2017.

New book chapter
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Professor Glaucio H. Paulino and research group member and Melosh Medalist, Heng Chi, co-authored a chapter in the new book Generalized Barycentric Coordinates in Computer Graphics and Computational Mechanics, which is set for release from CRC Press on October 30, 2017.

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