Recent News

Li Tapped for IEEE Communications Society Award

ECE Professor Geoffrey Ye Li has been chosen for the 2017 IEEE Communications Society Award for Advances in Communication. 

Matt O'Shaughnessy

O’Shaughnessy Wins NDSEG Fellowship

ECE Ph.D. student Matt O’Shaughnessy has won the prestigious National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship.

Title: Development of Efficient Solar Power Based Nanogrid System with Modular Design
Faculty Member: Prof. Ron Harley, Dr. Maryam Saeedifard
Mentor: Jingfan Sun
Undergraduates: Kyron Longwood/Emily Pitts/Ellie Robelo/Jake Smith/Tshim Tshimanga
Sponsor: School of ECE

Photo order left to right: Ellie, Kyron, Tshim, Jake, Emily, Jingfan, Dr. Ron Harley

Top Honors Presented at Opportunity Research Scholars Awards Banquet

On April 19, 2017, the Opportunity Research Scholar’s (ORS) program held its 15th annual Research Awards Banquet.

Amanzi Solar Wins Top Prize in Ideas to Serve Competition

Student startup Amanzi Solar won first place and a check for $5,000 in the Ideas Track of the Ideas to Serve (I2S) Competition on April 19, 2017.

Undergraduate Research Ambassadors Needed

As an Undergraduate Research Ambassador, you can help to develop your own research programming to engage students.

Winners of the Spring '17 Demo Day Finale received a $5,000 check to support commercialization efforts. (From L to R: Bo Rotoloni, co-director of the IISP; Harold Solomon, principal, VentureLabs; Rob Callan, postdoctoral researcher; Jeff Garbers, principal, VentureLabs; Farnaz Behrang, Ph.D. student; Dr. Wenke Lee, co-director of the IISP, and Thiago Olson, fintech entrepreneur-in-residence, ATDC.) Photo by Anthony Stalcup Photography

Method for Detecting Malware with Electromagnetic Emanations Wins $5,000

Two cybersecurity research projects by students in the School of Electrical & Computer Engineering each won $5,000 for commercialization potential at the "Demo Day Finale" held April 13, 2017.

Idea to Prototype: Students Earn Credits to Build Their Invention

Idea to Prototype (I2P) is Georgia Tech’s only undergraduate research course that allows all students (of all majors) to receive research credits, mentorship, and a financial grant to build their invention idea into a fully functioning prototype.

Gregory S. Chirikjian

IRIM Welcomes Its First Visiting Faculty Fellow

Johns Hopkins’ Gregory S. Chirikjian will join IRIM as our first Visiting Faculty Fellow on Monday, April 17.

Nancey Green Leigh: We Are 'Shaping a Robotic Future at Georgia Tech'

Associate Dean for Research Nancey Green Leigh answered a few questions about the future of robotics at the College of Design and Georgia Tech.

Ten Georgia Tech women who are changing the field of robotics

The Women of Georgia Tech Robotics

A profile of 10 female roboticists

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