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Georgia Tech Entrepreneurship Programs and Activities Featured in IEEE Potentials

The May/June 2021 issue of IEEE Potentials introduces engineering entrepreneurship in both academic and corporate settings to the magazine’s readers, which are primarily undergraduate and graduate student members of IEEE and young professionals.

Jeffery Hurley (left) and Linda Wills

Hurley, Wills Honored with Eta Kappa Nu Outstanding Teacher Awards

Jeffery Hurley and Linda Wills were announced as the 2021 Eta Kappa Nu Outstanding Teacher Awards honorees on April 16 at the annual Eta Kappa Nu Spring Picnic, held at the Texas Instruments Plaza.

2021 Warren Batts and Austin Brown Innovation Awards recipients

Four ECE Students Receive Warren Batts and Austin Brown Innovation Awards

Four students from the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) have been selected for the 2021 Warren Batts and Austin Brown Innovation Awards. They are Benjamin Bogard, Gregory Lanier, Stephen Fazio, and Madeline Wilson.

Advanced Systems Packaging at Georgia Tech: The Leader in US Academic Research for 3 Decades

Professor Rao Tummala and his PRC Team Advance System-On -Package Vs. System-on- Chip Vision as Moore’s Law Reaches its Limit

Covid-19 Research Illustration

Recruiting Students for GT CampusLife Research Project

GT CampusLife is seeking tudent volunteers who can act as mock COVID-19 positive cases so GT contact tracers can evaluate their prototype.

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Finalists Chosen for Vice Provost for International Initiatives

Four finalists chosen in the search for the next vice provost for International Initiatives will present at an open seminar.

Jaime Zahorian (left) and Sarp Satir

From the Lab Bench to Reality

Georgia Tech engineering alumni Jaime Zahorian and Sarp Satir – both with Ph.D.s in electrical and computer engineering –are helping Butterfly Network to advance their goal of making healthcare more accessible for all. 

Covid-19 Alters Gray Matter Volume in the Brain, New Study Finds

A study from researchers at Georgia Tech and Georgia State University finds that Covid-19 patients experience a higher level of disability caused by lower gray matter volume in the front region of the brain.

Abdallah Ougazzaden

Abdallah Ougazzaden Named President of Georgia Tech-Lorraine

Abdallah Ougazzaden has been named president of Georgia Tech-Lorraine. 

NSF Names Georgia Tech Lead Institute of New Cross Disciplinary Center Focused on Integrated Photonics & Electronics: “Electronic-Photonic Integrated Circuits for Aerospace” (EPICA)

The EPICA IUCRC was first proposed by faculty of the Georgia Electronic Design Center (GEDC), a center within the Institute for Electronics and Nanotechnology (IEN) at Georgia Tech.