2014 News

Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines (IRIM) at Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech Makes List of Ten Best Universities for Robotics in the U.S.

Georgia Tech's Ph.D. Program in Robotics Cited as a Top Program by Business Insider.

Yalamanchili, Mukhopadhyay Win VLSI Systems Best Paper Award

ECE Professors Sudhakar Yalamanchili and Saibal Mukhopadhyay and their recently graduated students, Subho Chatterjee and Mitchelle Rasquinha, received the 2014 IEEE Circuits and Systems Society Very Large Scale Integrated Systems Best Paper Award.

Hua Wang Named to CETL Teaching Scholars Program

ECE Assistant Professor Hua Wang is among eight Georgia Tech faculty members selected for the 2014 Class of 1969 Teaching Scholars Program.

Creating a Voice for Staff at Georgia Tech

Until recently, staff at Georgia Tech didn’t have a formal means of communicating their perspectives to the Institute’s executive leadership. And given that there are more than 3,700 staff members at Tech, there is plenty of insight to be shared.

CoE faculty among 2014 World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds

Five College of Engineering (CoE) faculty have been listed in the 2014 World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds.

Raychowdhury, Parihar Research Non-Boolean Computing Using Coupled Oscillators

Ph.D. student Abhinav Parihar is working with Arijit Raychowdhury, an associate professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Tech, on understanding synchronization phenomenon in coupled relaxation oscillators along with c

Rozell Chosen for McDonnell Foundation Award

ECE Associate Professor Christopher J. Rozell has been named as one of six international recipients of the James S. McDonnell Foundation 21st Century Science Initiative Scholar Award in Studying Complex Systems.

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Georgia Tech Named an Innovation and Economic Prosperity University

In recognition of Georgia Tech’s commitment to economic development, the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) has designated the Institute as an Innovation and Economic Prosperity University.

A robot plays Angry Birds using a tablet. Researchers see their system as a future rehabilitation tool for children with cognitive and motor-skill disabilities.

Your next opponent in Angry Birds could be a robot

With the help of a smart tablet and Angry Birds, end users can now program a robot to learn new tasks.

Nano-Scale Things Come in Big Packages

Walter Henderson, Research Engineer and Bio-Characterization Team Lead for the IEN, interview introduction to the unique aspects, and current and future capabilities of the Marcus Nanotechnology Microscopy Suite.

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