2010 News

Marshall Leach was a member of the Georgia Tech ECE faculty for over 38 years.

In Loving Memory of W. Marshall Leach, Jr.

In loving memory of W. Marshall Leach, Jr.

Volunteers Needed for Annual FIRST LEGO League State Tournament

Annual FIRST LEGO League Robotics Tournament taking place Jan. 2

Associate professor Muhannad Bakir (left), from Georgia Tech’s School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, holds a prototype electronic microplate, while Professor John McDonald, from the School of Biology, holds an example of the conventional microp

New Biosensing Technology Coud Facilitate Personalized Medicine

A new electronic biosensing technology developed by Georgia Tech microelectronics engineers and biomedical scientists could usher in a new era of personalized medicine.

Gary S. May has been on the ECE faculty since 1991 and serves as the Steve W. Chaddick School Chair.

A House Built on Sand: Editorial in HBCU Digest

A House Built on Sand was written by ECE School Chair Gary S. May

Gary S. May has been on the ECE faculty since 1991 and serves as the Steve W. Chaddick School Chair.

A House Built on Sand: Editorial in HBCU Digest

Gary S. May, Steve W. Chaddick School Chair Professor, writes

Alan Doolittle, Laws Calley, Jordan Greenlee (l-r) won the Best Student Abstract Award at NAMBE 2010. Michael Moseley (2nd from r) won the Best Oral Presentation Award at the conference.

Microsystems Team Chosen for Best Student Abstract Award

An ECE microsystems team was chosen for Best Student Abstract Aw

ECE Ph.D. student Anuj Madan (c) is pictured with his advisor John Cressler (l) and ECE School Chair Gary May at a previous awards presentation.

Madan, Cressler Receive IEEE/BTCM Best Student Paper Award

Anuj Madan & John Cressler Receive IEEE/BTCM Best Student Paper

Michael Moseley (r) is pictured with his Ph.D. advisor, Alan Doolittle. Mr. Moseley won the Best Student Oral Presentation Award at the 2010 North American MBE Conference.

Michael Moseley Wins Best Student Oral Presentation Award

Michael Moseley wins Best Student Oral Presentation A

Three Georgia Tech Students Receive Intel Ph.D. Fellowships

Three Georgia Tech students receive Intel Ph.D. fellowships.

ECE Assistant Professor Patricio Vela, his Ph.D. student Gbolabo Ogunmakin, and mechanical engineering Ph.D. student Adam Vela (pictured l-r).

ECE Research Groups Tie for First Place Honors at Avionics Conference

ECE research groups tie for first place honors at avionics confe

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