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A red laser creates nonlinear effects with tiny triangles of gold. The blue beam shows the frequency-doubled light and the green beam controls the hot-electron migration. (Credit: Rob Felt, Georgia Tech)

Laser Pulse Creates Frequency Doubling in Amorphous Dielectric Material

Researchers have demonstrated a new all-optical technique for creating robust second-order nonlinear effects in materials that don’t normally support them.

Title of Doctor Honoris Causa Bestowed upon Meliopoulos

ECE Professor A.P. Sakis Meliopoulos was awarded the title of Doctor Honoris Causa (Honorary Professor) of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at the National Technical University of Athens in Athens, Greece.

Materials Today Innovation Award Winner Russell Dupuis (center) with the Editors-in-Chief of Materials Today, Jun Lou (Rice University, left) and Gleb Yushin (also of Georgia Tech, right)

Dupuis Honored with Materials Today Innovation Award

ECE Professor Russell D. Dupuis was presented with the Materials Today Innovation Award at the 2019 Materials Research Society Fall Meeting and Exhibit, held December 1-6 in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Azadeh Ansari

Ansari Tapped for NSF CAREER Award

ECE Assistant Professor Azadeh Ansari has been named as a recipient of the National Science Foundation CAREER Award.

Devin Brown 

Brown Selected for EIPBN Best Student Poster Paper Award

Devin Brown was selected for the Best Student Poster Paper Award at the International Conference on Electron, Ion, and Photon Beam Technology and Nanofabrication (EIPBN).

Three ECE Ph.D. Students Receive CSIP Outstanding Research Awards

John Lee, Afshin Abdi, and Motaz Alfarraj were presented with Outstanding Research Awards from the Center for Signal and Information Processing (CSIP).

ECE Senior Stories: Fall 2019

This fall, 141 seniors in the Georgia Institute of Technology's School of Electrical and Computer Engineering will walk across the stage and receive their diplomas. We've done a Q&A with five of them.

Global reach of the WALDO dataset

Researchers Preserve and Release Trove of Public, Low-frequency Radio Data

Preserving hundreds of terabytes of ELF/VLF electromagnetic wave measurements and opening it for researchers worldwide is a joint project of Stanford University, Georgia Tech, and the University of Colorado Denver with support from the NSF and DoD.

Breaking Down the Cap and Gown

Take a look at the caps and gowns worn by Institute leaders.

With more than 80 members from multiple GT Schools, the Yellow Jacket Space Program is ready to take on the future of space flight. Seen here are members of the YJSP Propulsion Team, from left, Mackinnon  Poulson (AE), Patrick Palmetshofer (AE), Benjamin Zabback (ME), Trenton Charlson (AE), Amalique Acuna (AE), and Jim Richards (ATDC mentor) standing at the launch site in Douglas County last month.  Not shown: Samuel Kim (ECE), and Kyle Lundberg (AE).

Hot-Fire Test is a Success for Yellow Jacket Space Program

The Yellow Jacket Space Program (YJSP) got one step closer to realizing its ultimate mission last month, when its seven-student Propulsion Team hosted two successful static hot-fire tests of its YJ-1S engine at a test site in Douglas County.

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