2015 News

Ty Autry: Ramblin' On

Ramblin' On: Ty Autry

Camilla, Georgia native juggles engineering and acting.

Morris Cohen Chosen for ONR Young Investigator Award

ECE Assistant Professor Morris B. Cohen has been selected for an Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Award for his project entitled “Very-short Antennas via Ionized Plasmas for Efficient Radiation.”

A Novel System Identification Technique for Improved Wearable Hemodynamics Assessment

This article was written by Omer T. Inan, an assistant professor in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and his Ph.D. student Andrew Wiens.

The plaza will be adjacent to the Van Leer Building, near the G. Wayne Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons.

Texas Instruments gives $3.2 million for Student Plaza and Maker Space

Gift will support construction adjacent to Van Leer Building.

Georgia Tech Ph.D. student Jong Seok Park (right) is performing electrical testing of the CMOS sensor chip with Assistant Professor Hua Wang (left). (Georgia Tech Photo: Rob Felt)

Cellular sensing platform supports next-generation bioscience and biotech applications

Researchers have developed a novel cellular sensing platform for next-generation bioscience and biotech applications.

ECE Faculty and Students Win Top Georgia Tech Awards

ECE faculty members and students received awards and recognitions at the Georgia Tech Faculty & Staff Honors Luncheon and at the Georgia Tech Student Honors Day.

ECE Buzz

ECE Employees Recognized with 10-Year Service Awards

Six employees from the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) were honored with Years of Service Awards at the 2015 Service Recognition Reception, held on April 7 at the Historic Academy of Medicine at Georgia Tech.

ECE Faculty, Staff, and Students Honored at the 2015 Roger P. Webb Awards Program

On April 22, the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) held its 14th annual Roger P. Webb Awards Program, which honors the students, staff, and faculty who have shown exceptional dedication to their professions and studies.

This device is part of a system under developpment by Professor Eric Vogel and two Irish research teams that uses nanoscale-thick 2-D materials, lamined onto plastic substrates, to produce disposable semiconductors for quickly diagnosing bovine respiratory disease. (Photo: Rob Felt)

Unseen Machines

Micro-electromechanial systems offer new ways to detect sound, motion, position, force and other variables.

Ildefonso Awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

ECE Ph.D. student Adrian Ildefonso has been awarded the 2015 National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship.

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