2016 News

Interdisciplinary team Hub Hygiene won best overall project at the spring 2016 Capstone Design Expo.

Health Is Star (Again) at Spring Capstone Design Expo

The spring showcase of senior design project highlighted health-related work.

ECE Faculty and Students Honored at Georgia Tech Awards Programs

ECE faculty and students were recognized at Georgia Tech awards programs held on April 21 and 22.

Rafael Bras presents Jonathan Tuck with the Love Family Foundation Scholarship Award.

Jonathan Tuck Chosen for Love Family Foundation Scholarship

Electrical engineering major and Dunwoody, Georgia, native Jonathan Tuck accepted the highest award for a graduating senior at the Georgia Institute of Technology on April 20, 2016: the Love Family Foundation Scholarship.

ECE Faculty, Staff, and Students Honored at the 2016 Roger P. Webb Awards Program

On April 22, the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) held its 15th annual Roger P. Webb Awards Program, which honors the students, staff, and faculty who have shown exceptional dedication to their professions and studies.

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ECE Employees Recognized with Georgia Tech Years of Service Awards

Nine employees from the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) were honored with Years of Service Awards at the 2016 Service Recognition Reception.

Fatih Sarioglu, an assistant professor in Georgia Tech’s School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, holds a hybrid microfluidic chip that uses a simple circuit pattern to assign a unique seven-bit digital identification number to each cell passing through the channels. (Credit: John Toon, Georgia Tech)

Cellphone Principles Help Microfluidic Chip Digitize Information on Living Cells

Researchers are borrowing cellphone technology to track living cells on microfluidic chips.

Dr. Ayanna Howard

Georgia Tech ECE Professor Featured in Google Campaign

Ayanna Howard and Zyrobotics Featured in Google Adwords Campaign.

Georgia Tech’s data center simulator uses lasers, wireless sensors, and other equipment to study air flow and cooling in server racks. Shown is Yogendra Joshi, a professor in Georgia Tech’s School of Mechanical Engineering. (Credit: Rob Felt, Georgia Tech)

Innovation Addresses Rising Thermal Challenges in Mobile Devices, Computers and Data Centers

At Georgia Tech, researchers are addressing thermal challenges for electronic equipment in broad and bold ways.

"A Na-TECC engine could sit in your backyard and use heat from the sun to power an entire house," Shannon Yee, assistant professor in Georgia Tech's George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering.

12 Emerging Technologies That May Help Power the Future

Georgia Tech researchers are developing a broad range of energy technologies.

Raheem Beyah Named Motorola Foundation Professor

Raheem Beyah has been named as the Motorola Foundation Professor in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), effective March 1.