Recent News

Faculty Members Needed to Judge CRIDC Poster Competition

Faculty members, the Graduate Student Government Association and other sponsors of the annual Career Research and Innovation Development Conference (CRIDC) need your help.

Low Cost and Ultra-Miniaturized RF Passives and LTE Modules for Consumer and Automotive Needs

Georgia Tech and its industry partners demonstrate pioneering advances in 3D Glass-based RF modules and Integrated Passive Devices (3D IPDs) as the next stage of evolution.

Funding Available for Student Initiatives

GTSF will give out around $19,000 this semester, and applications are now open for the first round of the allocation process.

Nominations Open for 2016 Roger P. Webb Awards Program

Nominations are now open for the 2016 Roger P. Webb Awards, which recognize the excellence of the faculty, staff, and students in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Applications Now Open for Startup Summer

Teams are provided with $20,000 in seed funding, mentorship, workspace, intellectual property protection, and visibility. Applications are now open for this summer.

Companies Recruit Students for Careers in Social Good

On Tuesday, Feb. 9, Enterprise to Empower (En2Em) will host the annual Social Enterprise Career Fair from noon to 4 p.m. in the Klaus Atrium.

Spring 2016 Commencement & Fair

Georgia Tech will celebrate its 251st Commencement at McCamish Pavilion.

Conte Named Computing Research Association Board Member

Thomas M. Conte has been named the new IEEE-CS representative on the Computing Research Association (CRA) Board of Directors.

McCormick Wins AGU Outstanding Student Paper Award

ECE Ph.D. student Jackson McCormick won an Outstanding Student Paper Award at the annual meeting of the American Geophysical Union.

Cressler Publishes Second Edition of Silicon Earth

ECE Professor John D. Cressler has released the second edition of his textbook, Silicon Earth: Introduction to Microelectronics and Nanotechnology,

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