2015 News

Atlanta Tech Edge Roundtable: Robotic Technology

ECE and ME Associate Professor Aaron Ames took part in a robotic roundtable on the September 20 edition of Atlanta Tech Edge.

Raychowdhury Appointed as ON Semiconductor Junior Professor

Arijit Raychowdhury has been appointed as the ON Semiconductor Junior Professor in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), effective September 1.

Six Goals Reached as Campaign End Draws Near

As Campaign Georgia Tech approaches the final quarter of its 11-year run, six campus units surpassed their Campaign goals during the most recent quarter that ended June 30.

New Wordpress Service Offers Easy Website Option

A new service gives those who aren’t full-time Web developers an easy way to create or maintain a website that shares information about themselves or their work.

Georgia Tech-Lorraine to Build New $2 Million Lab and MOCVD System

The UMI-Georgia Tech-CNRS, an international research lab based in Metz, France at Georgia Tech-Lorraine (GTL), has successfully completed a process demonstration on the new Aixtron MOCVD system by growing a variety of III-nitrides and device structures.

Cosplay celebrity and senior Industrial Design student Monika Lee.

The Spectacular Collision of Georgia Tech and Dragon Con

Georgia Tech’s stories of nerdy inspiration at the nation’s premier science fiction, fantasy, and pop culture fan convention.

Want to Hack the Mars Rover? Take a Look at ...

Georgia Tech's Raheem Beyah ponders whether TCP protocol vulnerabilities add risk to the Mars Rover or persist in other systems used by NASA.

Research Horizons: Preventing the Click Up

As cybercriminals become more cunning, Georgia Tech researchers expand their arsenal of security innovations.

Ayanna Howard, a professor in Georgia Tech's School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, is using this friendly robot to interact with children who are having difficulty with mathematics. The robot uses knowledge from real teachers to help children with common math problems. (Credt: Rob Felt)

Ayanna Howard Named to The Root 100

ECE Professor Ayanna Howard has been named to The Root 100 2015, a list of 100 African-Americans ages 25 to 45 who are responsible for the year’s most significant moments, movements, and ideas.

Ceara Bryne, featured in the latest issue of Research Horizons magazine.

The Heart of Innovation

Read the full story in the latest issue of Research Horizons magazine, now online.