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Rows of photovoltaic panels are shown atop a building on the Georgia Institute of Technology campus in Atlanta. A new technique under development could potentially improve the efficiency of solar cells. (Credit: John Toon, Georgia Tech)

Boron Nitride Separation Process Could Facilitate Higher Efficiency Solar Cells

A boron nitride separation layer is the basis for a new technique for producing photovoltaic cells.

ECE Welcomes Three New Faculty Members

The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) is pleased to welcome three new faculty members – Angelos Keromytis, Negar Kiyavash, and Shimeng Yu – to Georgia Tech.

Screen capture shows a chemical processing plant in which critical parameters are rising due to false process data and control commands injected by an attacker. 

Control System Simulator Helps Operators Learn to Fight Hackers

A control system simulator for a chemical processing plant could help train operators on security measures.

Not Your Grandfather's Graduate Degree

Georgia Tech’s OMS programs are transforming online graduate education and changing lives — from computer science to analytics to cybersecurity. And it’s only the beginning.

Georgia Tech ECE alumnus Navid Yazdani

Alumni Spotlight: Navid Yazdani

Get to know ECE alumnus, Navid Yazdani - Associate Group Leader, MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Researchers Help Close Security Hole in Popular Encryption Software

Cybersecurity researchers have helped close a side channel security vulnerability in popular encryption software.

Georgia Tech will begin offering an online master of science degree in cybersecurity beginning in January 2019.

Georgia Tech Creates Cybersecurity Master’s Degree Online for Less Than $10,000

New online master's in cybersecurity will cost less than $10,000.

School of IC Chair Ayanna Howard Named CMD-IT 2018 Richard A. Tapia Award Winner

The Richard A. Tapia Award is awarded annually to an individual who demonstrates significant research leadership and strong commitment and contributions to diversifying computing.

Neuroscientists Team with Engineers to Explore How the Brain Controls Movement

Scientists from Emory University and the Georgia Institute of Technology have made remarkable advances into recording the electrical activity that the nervous system uses to control complex skills.

CREATE-X alumni spotlight: Gimme Vending

Vending machine drivers told them “Gimme something better,” and they delivered

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