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Jonathan Rogers (Mechanical Engineering) and Ai-Ping Hu (GTRI) have created a swinging, suspended robot with their students to assist

Creating the Next in Robotics

A recap of several new robotics projects at Georgia Tech

The Georgia Tech IEEE Hardware Team poses with their 3rd place trophy. From left to right: Vikram Jain, Eric Beauchemin, Max Mccammon, Eugene Yi, Adrian Radulski, and Benjamin Elder.

IEEE Hardware Team Scores Third Place in SoutheastCon Robotics Competition

Members of the Georgia Institute of Technology Chapter of the IEEE Hardware Team took home the third place trophy in the student Hardware (Robotics) Competition at SoutheastCon held March 30 – April 2, 2017 in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Photos from the 2017 FIRST LEGo league State Championship at Georgia Tech.

FIRST LEGO League: Building Blocks to Engineering

Each year, Georgia Tech hosts the FIRST LEGO League State Championship Tournament and welcomes more than 200 budding engineers and scientists to campus.

Women in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Tech

Georgia Tech ECE is one of the largest producers of female electrical and computer engineers in the country.

Howard Chosen for Atlanta Magazine Honor

ECE Professor Ayanna Howard has been selected as one of Atlanta magazine’s 2017 Women Making a Mark, a distinction reserved for a select group of women working to grow and strengthen the metro Atlanta community.

Antonakakis to Speak at CableLabs IoT Security Panel

ECE Assistant Professor Manos Antonakakis will serve as a panelist at the CableLabs Inform(ED) IoT Security Conference, part of a two-day conference event that will be held April 12-13, 2017 in New York City, New York. 

A Georgia Tech researcher displays the flexibility of a new class of electronics. (Credit: Rob Felt)

New Projects Create a Foundation for Next-Gen Flexible Electronics

Four projects set to move forward at the Georgia Institute of Technology aim to lay the groundwork for manufacturing next-generation flexible electronics, which have the potential to make an impact on industries ranging from health care to defense.

Who Will Win the 2017 InVenture Prize?

Winners will be announced tonight. Six teams competing for $35,000 in cash prizes.

ECE Graduate Programs Place 5th and 6th in U.S. News & World Report Rankings

The Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) both moved up and maintained its positions from last year in the 2018 U.S. News & World Report graduate engineering program rankings.

CPR+ is a CPR mask with LED lights that offers user feedback throughout the resuscitation process. The device is one of six inventions is competing for Georgia Tech’s 2017 InVenture Prize.

Ryan Williams, a computer engineering major, demonstrates delivering rescue breaths with the device. When done correctly the lights turn green.

The other inventors are: Dave Ehrlich, a computer engineering major, and Samuel Clarke, a mechanical engineering and computer science major.

Photo by Rob Felt. 

How Do You Perform CPR? This Device Will Teach You

CPR+ is one six student inventions competing for Georgia Tech's InVenture Prize