2014 News

Charging Ahead

If big problems demand big responses, then it’s only appropriate that the nation’s biggest engineering school steps up to address perhaps the nation’s biggest engineering challenge: energy.

E. Roe Stamps is a private investor and co-founder of the Boston-based private investment company Summit Partners and a former lieutenant in the United States Navy Reserve. Summit Partners has grown to be one of the largest and most successful investment firms in the country.

Georgia Tech Celebrates 248th Commencement

Georgia Tech celebrates 248th commencement with approximately 1,800 undergraduate and graduate students participating in the ceremonies.

Group photo of IEEE GIT 2014 at GT campus

ECE and PRC Students Sweep Poster Prizes at the 2014 Global Interposer Technology Workshop

Hanju Oh and Dibyajat Mishra shared the first place poster award at the IEEE Global Interposer Technology Conference, held November 5-7 at the Georgia Tech Global Learning Center.

Keysight Technologies Donates $120 Million Gift of Software, Support and Training to Georgia Institute of Technology

Keysight Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: KEYS) today announced the largest in-kind software donation in its longstanding relationship with the Georgia Institute of Technology.

ECE alumna, Dr. Carlotta Berry

Alumni Spotlight: Carlotta Berry

Get to know ECE alumna, Dr. Carlotta Berry, Associate Professor at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology.

Tech4Good, Capstone Showcase Student Innovation

December welcomes two of Tech's major student showcases.

EE Evolution

As college students surge into electrical engineering degree programs, educators are pressured to find the best methods of teaching an evolving body of knowledge.

Magnus Egerstedt, a professor in Georgia Tech's School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, is conducting research on controlling swarms of robots that coordinate their own activities to accomplish tasks. (Photo: Rob Felt)

Co-robots Team Up with Humans

Robots are teaming up with humans to perform tasks in manufacturing, health care, national defense and other areas.

Atlanta’s importance to engineering’s future brings National Engineering Forum to region

The National Engineering Forum (NEF), along with the Georgia Institute of Technology and the Georgia Research Alliance, hosted a robust discussion about the future of American engineering Thursday night.

The cover of the new Research Horizons magazine features Prof. Magnus Egerstedt, who is developing techniques for controlling swarms of robots.

Redesigned magazine and website highlight Georgia Tech research

Georgia Tech has launched a redesigned Research Horizons magazine, along with a new website and digital e-zine.

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