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Cybersecurity Training Program at Georgia Tech Prepares ROTC Students for Service

The Cyber Spectrum Collaborative Research Environment (C-SCoRE) program helps cadets develop operational skills that will be instrumental in combatting cyber and electronic warfare in the interest of national security.

Motaz Alfarraj

Alfarraj Selected for CSIP Outstanding Service Award

ECE Ph.D. student Motaz Alfarraj was selected for the Center for Signal and Information Processing (CSIP) Outstanding Service Award for spring semester 2018. 

Muhammad Amir Shafiq

Shafiq Chosen for CSIP Outstanding Research Award

Recent ECE Ph.D. graduate Muhammad Amir Shafiq was chosen for the Center for Signal and Information Processing (CSIP) Outstanding Research Award for spring semester 2018.

Adrian Ildefonso

Ildefonso Awarded IEEE NPSS Grant

ECE Ph.D. student Adrian Ildefonso has been awarded the 2018 IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society (NPSS) Paul Phelps Continuing Education Grant.

Yalamanchili, Bloch Honored with Eta Kappa Nu Outstanding Teacher Awards

Sudhakar Yalamanchili and Matthieu R. Bloch were announced as the Eta Kappa Nu Outstanding Teacher Awards honorees on April 13 at the annual Eta Kappa Nu Spring Picnic.

Muneeb Zia and Rabia Zia, pictured left to right

Muneeb and Rabia Zia Receive I2S Best Video Award

Muneeb Zia and Rabia Zia received the Best Video Award at the finals of the 2018 Ideas to Serve (I2S) Competition, held on April 12 in the Scheller College of Business Atrium.

Kristine Nagel

Nagel to Lead ECE Accreditation Efforts

ECE Academic Professional Kristine Nagel has been named the leader for assessing the ECE curriculum and maintaining the School’s ABET and SACS accreditations.

Tech Tower Gets New Letters

The letters atop Tech Tower are being replaced with newer techology for the interior lighting components.

Na, Ko Win Cybersecurity Demo Day Research Award

ECE Ph.D. students Taesik Na and Jong Hwan Ko won first place in the research track at the Institute for Information Security & Privacy’s Cybersecurity Demo Day Finale. This event was held on April 12 at the Krone Engineered Biosystems Building.

Georgia Tech professor David Citrin is shown with images produced by a terahertz imaging technique. Researchers studied a 17th century painting using a terahertz reflectometry technique to analyze individual paint layers.(Credit: John Toon, Georgia Tech)

Citrin’s, Locquet’s Physics Paper among Most Read in Scientific Reports

The paper, "Global mapping of stratigraphy of an old-master painting using sparsity-based terahertz reflectometry," is the sixth most read physics paper (out of more than 3,000) in 2017 in the Nature Publishing Group journal, Scientific Reports.