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Chia-Lin Cheng

Cheng, Nguyen Tapped for IEEE RFID Best Poster Award

ECE Ph.D. students Chia-Lin Cheng and Luong N. Nguyen won the Best Poster Award at the IEEE International Conference on RFID 2018.

Alhassoun Wins IEEE RFID Best Paper Award

ECE Ph.D. student Mohammad Alhassoun won the Best Paper Award at the IEEE International Conference on RFID 2018, held April 10-12 in Orlando, Florida.

Abhinav Parihar

Parihar Receives Chih Foundation Award

ECE Ph.D. student Abhinav Parihar has received the Chih Foundation Graduate Research Award.

Shruthi Kumara Vadivel

Six ECE Graduates Win Sigma Xi Best Thesis Awards

Six recent ECE graduates were honored with Best Thesis Awards at the Georgia Tech Sigma Xi Awards Banquet, held on April 9 at the Klaus Building Atrium. This is the largest number of students that ECE has ever had honored at this event.

Atlanta Investor Greg Foster Joins CREATE-X

Today, CREATE-X announced that Atlanta business leader and venture capitalist Greg Foster has been named associate director of the program and professor of the practice in the College of Engineering.

Top left to top right: Olatide Omojaro, Sivabalan Manivasagam, George Tzintzarov, Lakshmi Raju

Bottom left to right: Christopher Matthews, Richard Connor Lawson, Norh Asmare, Sanghoon Lee.

7 ECE Students Awarded Fellowships by NSF

Seven students in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at the Georgia Institute of Technology have received funding through the National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP).

STEM startup

Stempower Startup Empowers Young Female Engineers

Four Georgia Tech students launch STEM non-profit to educate young girls

Jon Lewin, who delivered a well-received keynote address at the symposium, is executive vice president for health affairs at Emory University; president, CEO, and chairman of the board of Emory Healthcare, and executive director of the Woodruff Health Sciences Center.

International Symposium on Medical Robotics Debuts at Georgia Tech

Medical robotics expanded its footprint at the Georgia Institute of Technology

Steve Cross, Georgia Tech's executive vice president for research, and Jaydev Desai, Petit Institute researcher and Coulter Department professor, meet at the inaugural International Symposium for Medical Robotics.

March was Medical Robotics Month

International Symposium on Medical Robotics debuts at Georgia Tech; Jaydev Desai receives $3 million NIH R01 grant for a collaborative project

Ideas to Serve 2016

Ideas to Serve Competition Finals

The competition is for current Georgia Tech students and recent alumni who have early stage product/service ideas or venture concepts that are geared towards creating a better world through students who Dare to Care.