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Venkatesh Avula

Avula Wins ITherm 2021 Best Overall Poster Award

ECE Ph.D. student Venkatesh Avula won the Best Overall Poster Award at ITherm 2021.

Georgia Tech Celebrates Opening of New Energy Project in Midtown Atlanta

Georgia Tech partnered with Georgia Power to host the dedication of the Microgrid in Tech Square.

Benjamin Manning

Manning Tapped for Diversity and Inclusion Fellows Program

ECE Senior Research Scientist Benjamin Manning has been chosen to participate in the 2021-2022 Diversity and Inclusion Fellows Program at Georgia Tech.

Georgia Tech to Enter New Fiscal Year on a Positive Note

With the new fiscal year approaching, Georgia Tech is in a better position because of higher than expected enrollment numbers, which are expected to continue into the next academic year.

Tech Launches Internal Search for Vice President of Commercialization

A search committee has been convened to select Tech's new vice president for Commercialization.

Foroozan Karimzadeh

Karimzadeh Wins SRC Graduate Fellowship

ECE Ph.D. student Foroozan Karimzadeh has won a Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) Graduate Fellowship, which is awarded in partnership with Texas Instruments.

Sajjad Abdollahramezani

Abdollahramezani Selected for SPIE Scholarship

ECE Ph.D. student Sajjad Abdollahramezani has received a SPIE Scholarship, which recognizes excellence in both research and leadership abilities. 

The annual school supply drive is hosted by Georgia Tech Human Resources.

Get Involved in the Buzzin’ Back to School Backpack Drive

Georgia Tech Human Resources (GTHR) has kicked off its tenth annual Buzzin’ Back to School Backpack Drive!

Three College of Engineering students — Nathan Zavanelli, a Ph.D. student in bioengineering; Sung Hoon Lee, a Ph.D. student in electrical engineering, and Kimberly Lie, a bachelor’s student in computer engineering — designed a wearable patch to help monitor cognitive stress.

Stress Monitor Wins First CDAIT Student IoT Challenge

Three College of Engineering students have won the first CDAIT Student IoT Capacity Building Challenge.

John Cressler and student

National Security Research Fueled By Partnership

Engineering faculty and researchers from the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) are partnering in a new program that supports Georgia Tech’s strategic defense technology priorities.

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