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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

Students Present Cybersecurity Research for Commercialization on April 13

Georgia Tech students will present their best cybersecurity research before a panel of venture capitalists and business leaders for a chance to win cash at the “Demo Day Finale” on April 13.

The Georgia Tech College of Engineering maintained its lofty postion in the latest graduate school rankings from U.S. News and World Report. Georgia Tech was No. 7 overall and No. 3 among public institutions.

U.S. News Ranks Georgia Tech’s Engineering Graduate Programs No. 7 Overall

Georgia Tech graduate programs in engineering, business rated highly again by U.S. News and World Report in 2018 rankings.

Multimedia and Sensors Lab to Host IEEE VIP Cup

Ghassan AlRegib and his research team in the Multimedia and Sensors Laboratory have been chosen to host and run the 2017 IEEE Video and Image Processing (VIP) Cup.

Omojaro Honored with President’s Volunteer Service Award

Olatide Omojaro, a second year computer engineering major at Georgia Tech, received a President’s Volunteer Service Award in January from Barack Obama, the 44th president of the United States.

Prof. Hua Wang in GEMS lab

High Performance Quad-Play by Professor Hua Wang’s Team at ISSCC 2017

The Georgia Tech Electronics and Micro-System Lab (GEMS), Professor Hua Wang, unveiled a trio of high performance integrated circuit designs that hold the potential to increase the efficiency and portability of future 5G wireless and IoT based devices.

Sean Rodrigues, a Ph.D. candidate in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, adjusts a sample of a chiral metamaterial whose properties in the nonlinear regime produce a significant spectral shift with power levels in the milliwatt range. (Credit: Rob Felt, Georgia Tech)

Chiral Metamaterial Produces Record Optical Shift Under Incremental Power Modulation

Researchers have demonstrated an optical metamaterial whose chiroptical properties in the nonlinear regime produce a significant spectral shift.

Kaitlin Rizk, co-founder of Stempower and undergraduate in the H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial & Systems Engineering, mentors fourth- and fifth-grade Girl Scouts by exploring STEM and learning key character values.

Georgia Tech Students Develop Stempower to Mentor Fourth- and Fifth-Grade Girls in STEM

Stempower is a mentoring program offered by Georgia Tech women students that encourages girls to explore STEM and learn key character values.

Davenport Selected for Sloan Research Fellowship

ECE Assistant Professor Mark A. Davenport has been named as one out of 126 U.S. and Canadian researchers, representing eight scientific fields, to receive a 2017 Sloan Research Fellowship.

Cai Receives ONR Young Investigator Award

ECE Associate Professor Wenshan Cai has received an Office of Naval Research (ONR) Young Investigator Award.