ECE Ph.D. student Muhammad Bashir Akbar was named a finalist in the Broadcom Foundation University Research Competition, held on June 5.
Three teams will travel to Michigan, Brazil and Canada for competitions.
EPA's proposed rules to stem carbon pollution could force utility commissioners to make unpopular decisions around rates, fuel choice, generation mix and efficiency.
ECE Professor Madhavan Swaminathan received the 2014 IEEE Components, Packaging, and Manufacturing Technology Society (CPMT) Outstanding Sustained Technical Contribution Award on May 29 at the IEEE Electronic Components Technology Conference.
Georgia Tech researchers, collaborating with and sponsored by Intel Corporation through the Semiconductor Research Corporation, have developed a physics-based modeling platform that advances spintronics interconnect research for beyond-CMOS computing
Following news the Food and Drug Administration has approved CardioMEMS's wireless heart monitoring device, St. Jude Medical Inc. said on Wednesday, May 28th, that it plans complete its acqusition of shares of the biotech company CardioMEMS.
Microscopic Masterworks: Announcing the Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology (IEN) Characterization Group’s 1st Round of Image Contest Winners
The IEN Characterization team has announced the winners for its inaugural Monthly Image Contest.
This article, written by ECE Assistant Professor Omer T. Inan and first published in the May 2014 IEEE Life Sciences Newsletter, describes technologies developed for unobtrusively assessing the mechanical aspects of cardiovascular function at home.
ECE Ph.D. student Abbie Kressner has received a Chih Foundation Research Award.
On April 16, the Opportunity Research Scholar’s (ORS) Program held its 12th annual Undergraduate Research Awards Program. The event showcased the research projects of the 20 undergraduate student teams for the 2014 academic year.