Georgia Tech - CASE Center
Research & Development Team
The Georgia Tech - CASE Center has been responsible for the research, development and technical support of GT STRUDL for over 30 years. GT STRUDL is a fully-integrated finite element analysis and structural design Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) system used by civil/structural engineers worldwide.
The CASE Center is an advanced computer software research and development center, which operates as part of the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, at the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia USA.
The vision of the Georgia Tech - CASE Center is:
"To be the leader in the research and development of structural engineering analysis and design computer software, and to serve as a technological pipeline through which results of structural research and development flow from Georgia Tech to industry, government, and educational institutions in a form which sets the highest standards of Quality and Performance."
The Georgia Tech - CASE Center also developed the GTICES7 Language Processor and Run-Time System, as well as Interface and Utility Software products that are used in conjunction with GT STRUDL.
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