A team from the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) was presented with the third-place prize at the 2020 Bell Labs Prize, a competition that recognizes disruptive innovations that will define the next industrial revolution.
Georgia Tech invited 2,330 Georgia students to join the next class.
Register by Jan. 22 for the 2021 virtual Three Minute Thesis competition.
Two finalists have been chosen in the College of Engineering dean search.
ECE Professor Angelos Keromytis is part of a high-level expert team that is providing advice and assistance to the European Commission on how to strengthen innovation ecosystems and management, technology transfer, and investment.
Catie Camron is a proud alumna that graduated in 2018, while her younger sister Carah (ECE, 2022) is on campus following in her footsteps.
ECE Ph.D. student Prasanna Venkat Ravindran has received an IEEE Electron Devices Society (EDS) Masters Student Fellowship.
Capstone Senior Design students faced an extra challenge this semester- how to show off their projects without the aid of a physical prototype or an in-person demonstration.
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