2016 News

Georgia Tech’s President G. P. “Bud” Peterson, seated left, signed an agreement in a ceremony in Shenzhen, China, on Dec. 2 to create a new collaboration with the city of Shenzhen and Tianjin University. Co-signers with Peterson are Vice Mayor Yihuan Wu of Shenzhen Municipal People's Government, center, and Tianjin University President Denghua Zhong, right.

Georgia Tech Announces New Educational Collaboration with Shenzhen and Tianjin University

A new educational collaboration among Georgia Tech, the city of Shenzhen and Tianjin University in China will expand global opportunities in science, technology and engineering education.

SCS, ECE Scores Best Paper Award

Research Paper Featuring Researchers from the School of Computer Science and School of Electrical and Computer Engineering Wins Coveted Best Paper Award.

Georgia Tech has been awarded $17.3 million to help establish new science around the ability to quickly, objectively and positively identify the virtual actors responsible for cyberattacks.

$17 Million Contract Will Help Establish Science of Cyber Attribution

Georgia Tech has been awarded $17.3 million to help establish new science of attribution.

Cho, Zhang Receive Student Paper Award at ACM Conference

Sungjin Cho and Fumin Zhang, both of Georgia Tech ECE, received the runner-up Best Student Paper Award at the 11th ACM International Conference on Underwater Networks and Systems, held October 24-26 in Shanghai, China. 

Russell Dupuis

Dupuis Receives Solid State Lighting Honor

ECE Professor Russell D. Dupuis received the 2016 Award of Outstanding Achievement for Global SSL Development for Science and Technology at the opening ceremony of CHINA SSL 2016, held on November 15 in Beijing, China.

Georgia Tech Launches Two Programs to Boost Cybersecurity Degree Production and Research

The Institute for Information Security & Privacy at Georgia Tech announced a $5-million scholarship fund and the creation of a new Ph.D. fellowship program dedicated to emerging cybersecurity ideas.

ECE students Delgermaa Nergui, Caitlyn Caggia, and Lakshmi Raju attended the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing in October 2016.

ECE Students Experience the Energy and Comradery of the 2016 Grace Hopper Celebration

ECE students Caitlyn Caggia, Lakshmi Raju, and Delgermaa Nergui, attended the 2016 Grace Hopper Celebration for Women in Computing in Houston, Texas.

Pushing HPC Forward: Georgia Tech Heads to Supercomputing '16

A team of faculty and students from Georgia Tech are participating this week in a premier high performance computing conference.

Submit Designs to Earth Day T-Shirt Contest

At the 2017 Earth Day celebration, hundreds of people will receive T-shirts that they'll wear on campus for years to come — and they could be sporting your design.

Georgia Tech participants pose at the IEEE/WIE Women's Leadership Summit in Atlanta.

GT Computing Faculty, Students Participate in IEEE/WIE Women's Leadership Summit

Two College of Computing professors and one College of Computing student participated in panels during the Women's Leadership Summit.

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