In recent weeks, Georgia Tech has hosted several poignant discussions and candid conversations about race on campus and beyond.
ECE Professor Ghassan AlRegib and his expertise in machine learning were recently featured on Scientific Sense, a daily podcast focused on science and economics.
Tech researchers have helped develop several new technologies to add on to testing, masking, and distancing.
Alumni from the School of ECE have created a co-developement space called K.I.T.T. Labs for black tech talent in Atlanta.
With the ever-increasing demand for autonomous robotics to operate in the most visually ambiguous environments with the least amount of resources necessary, a team at Georgia Tech has developed the NeuroSLAM accelerator IC for edge robotics.
"Large-scale data analysis for power grid resilience" is among Nature Energy’s "Favourites after Five"
A paper written by ECE Associate Professor Chuanyi Ji and her colleagues has been considered among past and present editors’ favorite papers published in Nature Energy in the last five years.
In January, Georgia Tech’s Serve-Learn-Sustain kicked off their newest program — Public Interest Technology (PIT) Student Fellows.
The one-hour sessions, hosted by the Academic Restart Task Force, will help inform continuous improvement efforts for spring and will be shared with campus administrators and the Institute Restart Task Forces.
ECE Ph.D. student George N. Tzintzarov has been awarded the Outstanding Paper Award at the 2020 Nuclear and Space Radiation Effects Conference (NSREC).
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