Locations of ECE Buildings and Campuses
ECE faculty, staff, and students are currently housed in 10 different buildings on the Georgia Tech campus; the National Electric Energy Testing Research and Applications Center in Forest Park, Ga.; and at a campus of Georgia Tech-Lorraine.
Most links lead to building locations and street addresses on the campus map, while the link to Georgia Tech-Lorraine provides specific directions.
ECE administrative offices, classrooms, instructional and research labs, and offices are located here.
Interdisciplinary researchers in microelectronics/microsystems, integrated optoelectronics, and microsensors and actuators have offices and lab and clean room space in this building.
Microsystems and optics and photonics research takes place here.
The headquarters for the Microsystems Packaging Research Center is located here.
Several ECE bioengineering faculty members have office and lab space in this building.
This building houses researchers from many different areas, including the Georgia Electronic Design Center.
Digital signal processing and telecommunications faculty, staff, and students are housed in this building.
Electrical energy research faculty and staff are housed in this facility located in Forest Park, Ga. Directions are given from the Van Leer Building.
Computer engineering faculty, staff, and graduate students are housed in this facility, as well as several computer engineering related research centers.
This facility houses the Nanotechnology Research Center at Georgia Tech.
The Molecular Science and Engineering Building is located in Georgia Tech's Biotechnology Complex and houses personnel from the Center for Organic Photonics and Electronics.
This campus is the Georgia Tech platform into Europe.
Last revised on March 16, 2014.