2014 News

Juang Named as Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors

ECE Professor Biing-Hwang (Fred) Juang has been named a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI).

Park, Hu Win ISSCC Analog Devices Student Designer Awards

ECE Ph.D. students Jong Seok Park and Song Hu were presented with IEEE International Solid State Circuit Conference (ISSCC) Analog Devices Inc. Outstanding Student Designer Awards at the 2014 IEEE ISSCC, held February 9-13 in San Francisco.

Shih, Sivakumar Receive Best Paper Award at IEEE ICNC 2014

ECE's Chao-Fang Shih and Raghupathy Sivakumar received the Best Paper Award at the 2014 IEEE International Conference on Computing, Networking, and Communications, held February 3-6 in Honolulu, Hawaii.

Professor John Cressler (left) and graduate student Adilson S. Cardoso work at a cryogenic probe station at Georgia Tech. (Georgia Tech Photo: Rob Felt)

Silicon-Germanium Chip Sets New Speed Record

A research collaboration has demonstrated the world's fastest silicon-based device to date.

Tabrizian Wins Best Paper Honors at IEEE MEMS 2014

ECE Postdoctoral Fellow Roozbeh Tabrizian received the Outstanding Student Paper Award at the IEEE MEMS 2014 Conference, held January 26-30 in San Francisco.

Wang's Paper among Top 25 IEEE Microwave Magazine Downloads

ECE Assistant Professor Hua Wang had one of the 25 most downloaded papers from IEEE Microwave Magazine for August, September, and November of 2013.

Nominations Open for 2014 Roger P. Webb Awards Program

Nominations are now open for the 2014 Roger P. Webb Awards, which recognizes the excellence of the School's faculty, staff, and students.

The Smart Grid will be interactive, allowing producers and consumers to provide feedback -- and even sell power to one another.

Applying Lessons Learned from One of the Biggest Blackouts in History

Making the power grid smarter will allow integration of renewable power sources, and improve reliability.

In Loving Memory of John Dorsey

It is with great regret and sadness that we share the news of the death of our friend and colleague, Professor Emeritus John F. Dorsey.

Georgia Tech Professor Ayanna Howard has launched a company to commercialize a system that connects interface devices used by children with disabilities to tablet computers. The company resulted from the NSF's I-Corps program. (Credit: Maxwell Guberman)

NSF I-Corps: Turning Research Discoveries into Companies and Jobs

Georgia Tech was one of the first nodes in the NSF's I-Corps program, which helps faculty members commercialize research discoveries.

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