2015 News

Barnes Publishes New Textbook on Synthetic Aperture Radar

ECE Associate Professor Christopher F. Barnes has published a new textbook entitled Synthetic Aperture Radar, Wave Theory Foundations, Analysis and Algorithms.

Remote Repositioning Project Highlighted at CES

Ford-sponsored mobility experiment led by Ghassan AlRegib praised during the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show.

Staff from the Office of Undergraduate Admission welcome accepted freshman, who shared their excitement on social media with the #gt19 hashtag.

Tech Accepts 5,273 Students in Early Action Admission

Women comprise nearly 41 percent of Early Action admits for incoming class.

Georgia Tech researcher Alenka Zajic measures electromagnetic emissions from various components of a desktop computer. The researchers have studied emissions from desktop and laptop computers, as well as cellphones. (Credit: Rob Felt)

Researchers work to counter a new class of coffee shop hackers

Researchers are investigating the sources of information “leaks” that could provide information to hackers about what computers and cellphones are doing.

Russell Dupuis

Draper Prize for Engineering Rewards LED Pioneers

ECE’s Russell Dupuis is awarded the Draper Prize for Engineering.

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