GT STRUDL®: Did you contribute to development or maintenance?
Contact GTRC by June 15 to share in licensing revenues
Georgia Tech Research Corporation (GTRC) invites current and former faculty, staff, and students who contributed to GT STRUDL® to share in the royalties.
GT STRUDL® is a widely used structural analysis and design modeling software developed over nearly 45 years by faculty, staff, and students of the Computer-Aided Structural Engineering Center (CASE Center) in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology. Intergraph Corporation, headquartered in Madison, Alabama, acquired the rights to GT STRUDL® from GTRC. The acquisition included software and documentation, the trademark and use of name, as well as existing customer relationships.
In order to distribute the licensing revenue associated with the software and documentation, in accordance with Georgia Tech’s Intellectual Property Policy, GTRC is providing this notice to the Georgia Tech community.
If you worked on the development and/or maintenance of GT STRUDL®, GTRC would like to hear from you. Please email email@example.com with the following information by June 15:
Address a check may be mailed to you
Years you were at Georgia Tech either as a student or full-time employee
Number of years you contributed to the software or documentation
Description of what you did with respect to your contributions, the capacity in which you worked (i.e., as a student or FTE), and any evidence you may have further describing your contributions
GTRC will collect this information until June 15, 2019. After this date, GTRC will compile all submitted information and make appropriate distribution of the licensing revenue.
GT STRUDL® is a registered trademark of Intergraph Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and in other countries.