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New School Builds on Georgia Tech's Commitment to Advancing Cybersecurity and Privacy Education

Georgia Tech’s newest school is the first of its kind at a major research university.

Georgia Tech ECE Undergraduate Programs Rank in Top Five For 2021

The Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering had another strong showing in the 2021 edition of U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges Issue, which includes undergraduate engineering program rankings.

Fall 2020 All-Majors Career Fair

Georgia Tech’s Fall Career Fair is the largest in the south. Every year, nearly 400 companies and nearly 7,000 students attend the fair. Companies attending the fair are hiring co-ops, interns, and full-time positions.

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Georgia Tech Continues to Lead Among Universities Nationwide in Engineering and Computing Programs; Reports Record Month in Research Awards

All of Tech’s engineering programs remained in the top five in the 2021 U.S. News undergraduate rankings

Clockwise starting at upper left: Braxton Davis, Greg Kolovich, Xioahang Li, Nashlie Sephus

ECE Alumni Honored in Inaugural 40 Under 40 Program

Four ECE alumni honored in the Alumni Association's inaugural 40 Under 40 Program.

Vince Calhoun

Vince Calhoun Named Director of Center for Advanced Brain Imaging

Distinguished University Professor of Psychology Vince Calhoun has been named director of the Center for Advanced Brain Imaging (CABI), a joint venture between Georgia State University and the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Jim Meindl

Remembering the Career of Microelectronics Pioneer James D. Meindl

This article, celebrating the life of ECE Professor Emeritus James D. Meindl, was published on the IEEE Spectrum website on September 8, 2020.

Tony Wang

Wang Chosen for ARCS Scholar Award

ECE Ph.D. student Tony Wang has been chosen for an ARCS Scholar Award.

David Frakes

A Road Less Traveled

Frakes has a unique story that ultimately brought him back to Tech. He has pivoted between industry and academia for the past 25 years, with a few stops in the startup world along the way.

Researchers have shown that they can accurately assess blood loss by measuring seismic vibrations in the chest cavity and by detecting changes in the timing of heartbeats. That could lead to development of a smart wearable device that could be carried by ambulance crews and medics and made available in emergency rooms and surgical facilities.

Wearable Device Could Help EMTs, Surgeons Assess Hemorrhage Blood Loss

A new device under development could help first responders more accurately assess the effects of blood loss due to hemorrhage.

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