Recent News

Students Use Computing Skills to Tackle Real-world Challenges

More than 35 CS-student teams recently demoed the results of their yearlong software-design projects.

IPaT 2019 Year in Review

Our “Year in Review” is a glimpse into how Georgia Tech's contributions are shaping the world. We’re looking forward to what we’ll accomplish in 2020 and beyond.

Fall 2019 IEN Facility Seed Grant Winners Announced

Offered beginning in 2013, this grant program has seeded sixty projects with students working in ten different schools in COE and COS, as well as the Georgia Tech Research Institute and 3 other universities.

Development of a Three-Dimensional Electrochemical System Using a Blue TiO2/SnO2–Sb2O3 Anode for Treating Low-Ionic-Strength Wastewater

Xiaoyang Meng, Zefang Chen, Can Wang, Weiqiu Zhang, Kaihang Zhang, Shiqing Zhou, Jinming Luo, Nian Liu, Dandan Zhou, Duo Li, John C. Crittenden, 2019, Environmental Science and Technology, 53, 23, 13784-13793, DOI:  10.1021/acs.est.9b05488.

Resource Recovery and Reuse for Hydraulic Fracturing Wastewater in Unconventional Shale Gas and Oil Extraction

Haiqing Chang, Baicang Liu, John C. Crittenden, Radisav D. Vidic, 2019, Environmental Science and Technology, 53, 23, 13547-13548, DOI:  10.1021/acs.est.9b06240.

College of Sciences Researchers In 2019 Highly Cited List

Five faculty members are among 12 from Georgia Tech

Mentra: Developing Workforce Skills for the Autistic Community

Mentra is an app created by two Georgia Tech students to assist individuals with cognitive disabilities in developing job skills and finding employment.

Chris Rozell addresses the room during the Intelligent Interactions with the Brain (I2B) Workshop.

New Levels of Brain Understanding

First-time neuro-workshop at Georgia Tech brings together consortium of universities to focus on research, technology, education, and ethics

Kyla Ross, director of graduate training in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering at Georgia Tech and Emory University

Ross Named Assistant Vice Provost for Advocacy and Conflict Resolution

Kyla Ross, director of graduate training and senior academic professional in the Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering, will become the next assistant vice provost for Advocacy and Conflict Resolution, effective Dec. 20.