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Microsoft AI competition explores the next evolution of predictive technologies in security

Microsoft invites data scientists in the academic and research community to explore the next evolution of predictive technologies in security.

Seth Hutchinson has been named executive director of the Georgia Tech Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines (IRIM). Hutchinson is a professor and KUKA Chair for Robotics in Georgia Tech’s College of Computing. (Credit: Rob Felt, Georgia Tech)

Seth Hutchinson Named New Executive Director of IRIM

Hutchinson is a professor and KUKA Chair for Robotics in Georgia Tech’s College of Computing and has served as associate director of IRIM.

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New Professional Development Opportunity for Managers

Enter 2019 with purpose and join the newest manager resource from Georgia Tech Human Resources (GTHR): Professional Development Circles.

From left: Yiying Zhu, Wenjing Su, and Nil Gurel.

Three ECE Students Become Rising Stars in Academia

The Rising Stars program was created to mentor top female graduate students interested in pursuing academic careers in electrical engineering and computer science.

Jessica Britt dreamed of attending Georgia Tech as an elementary school student. Now she's finishing her second engineering degree here. 

A Dream Come True Degree

Jessica Britt knew from an early age that she wanted to come to Georgia Tech.

Georgia Tech Researchers Improve Fairness in the Machine Learning Pipeline

Georgia Tech researchers have developed a new algorithm to mitigate bias from one of the first steps in the machine learning (ML) process.

Tech Tower next to a group of cybersecurity professionals working in front of computers. The two images are separated by a gold chevron. 

Accenture Security to Invest $500,000 in Georgia Tech's OMS Cybersecurity Program

Accenture announced as first corporate donor for OMS Cybersecurity and invests $500,000 to help close cybersecurity knowledge gap.

Silver dipoles are arranged across the folds of a Miuri-Ori pattern to enable frequency blocking. (Credit: Rob Felt)

Shape-Shifting Origami Could Help Antenna Systems Adapt On The Fly

Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have devised a method for using an origami-based structure to create radio frequency filters that have adjustable dimensions, enabling the devices to change which signals they block.

Raheem Beyah, the Motorola Foundation Professor and associate chair in Georgia Tech’s School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, is shown in a 3-D printing lab at the Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering. (Credit: Christopher Moore, Georgia Tech)

Raheem Beyah Faculty Profile

A conversation with the new executive director of the Online Master of Science in Cybersecurity

PulseScan, the ECE winner of the Fall 2018 Capstone Design Expo.

Health and Healing as Focus for 2018 Fall Capstone Expo

As doctors get better at treating diseases, engineers continue to discover new solutions to medical issues that were previously thought to be impossible to solve.