Pratt&Whitney, GaTech, PennState, VaTech

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This is not technical, but it's worth looking into if one is interested in gas turbine technology.

P&W Partnering With Georgia Tech, Penn State, Virginia Tech

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Pratt & Whitney will partner with the universities on fundamental research initiatives that support the design and development of state-of-the-art gas turbine propulsion systems for commercial, military, and emerging technology and environmental programs.
 

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Yes GA Tech has one of the best combustion fascilities so this is no suprise to me. I got accepted for my PhD there but I thought Atlanta was one of the unfriendliest American cities I have ever been to, so I went somewhere else. Being born and raised in Amsterdam that means something.
This seems to be tailored towards earonautical propulsion for more general turbomachinery research there is also http://www.clemson.edu/scies/utsr/index.htm" [Broken]
 
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