2013 News

Image caption: The atomic arrangement at a relaxed InGaN/GaN interface. Research at Arizona State University and Georgia Tech show layer-by-layer crystal growth may lead to recording breaking efficiencies in photovoltaic solar cell technology. Photo by: Arizona State University

Left to right  -  Donna Salisbury, Barbara Brown, Darel Preble, Dr. John Osepchuk, Blake Marshall, Prof. Greg Durgin, and Beth Logan.

Tom Conte Elected as IEEE Computer Society President

Professor Thomas M. Conte has been elected as president of the IEEE Computer Society.

Pamela Bhatti, an assistant professor in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, leads a team of scientists and engineers who are working on a new device that could dramatically improve sound resolution for deaf individuals who opt for cochlear implants. The researchers believe the new array could help users overcome the limitations in language perception that plague contemporary implants. (Click image for high-resolution version. Credit: Gary Meek)

New Implant May Provide Clearer, Richer Sound

Led by ECE Assistant Professor Pamela Bhatti, researchers are developing a device that could improve sound quality offered by cochlear implants.

Uppili Raghunathan

Raghunathan Chosen for Best Student Paper Award

ECE Ph.D. student Uppili Raghunathan received the 2013 IEEE Bipolar/BiCMOS Circuits and Technology Meeting (BCTM) Best Student Paper Award.

ECE Team Wins EURASIP Best Paper Award

A team of researchers from the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering has won the 2013 EURASIP Best Paper Award, the findings of which could lead to better land mine detection methods.

Christopher Rozell Appointed to Paris Professorship

Christopher J. Rozell, an assistant professor in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), has been appointed to the Demetrius T. Paris Junior Professorship, effective September 1.

Bernard Kippelen Named as Pettit Professor in ECE

Bernard Kippelen, a professor in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), has been named as a Joseph M. Pettit Professor, effective September 1.

Paragkumar Thadesar

ECE Graduate Students Win SRC TECHCON Best in Session Awards

Paragkumar Thadesar and Uppili Raghunathan won Best in Session Awards for their technical areas at the 2013 SRC TECHCON, held September 9-10 in Austin, Texas.

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