Recent News

GREEN Lab Wins ISLPED Best Paper Award for Third Straight Year

Jong Hwan Ko and Saibal Mukhopadhyay received the Best Paper Award at the International Symposium on Low Power Electronics and Design (ISLPED 2016), the premier conference in the area of low power electronics, on August 10 in San Francisco, California.

Applying Photonics to Electronic Warfare Challenges

GTRI researchers are adapting optical techniques to enhance U.S. electronic warfare capabilities.

Computer Engineering Student Donates Five Million Air Miles to Student Organizations

Ryan Pickren, a senior computer engineering major in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at the Georgia Institute of Technology, is donating five million United Airlines miles to Georgia Tech student organizations.

Junwen Zhang to Receive Marconi Society Young Scholar Award

ECE Postdoctoral Research Fellow Junwen Zhang has been named as a 2016 Paul Baran Young Scholar Award recipient by the Marconi Society.

Creating the Next: Cybersecurity Ideas Can Win VC Cash

The Institute for Information Security & Privacy invites students of any major, any year to bring cybersecurity research ideas to Fall ’16 Demo Day.

Benjamin Klein to Coordinate ECE ABET Activities

Benjamin D.B. Klein will join Senior Associate Chair Mary Ann Weitnauer to coordinate the activities necessary to maintain the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Inc. (ABET) accreditation for the Georgia Tech School of ECE.

ECE Programs Remain Strong in U.S. News Undergraduate Rankings

Electrical engineering maintained its fourth place position from last year, while computer engineering remained strong at sixth place.

Georgia Tech Rises in U.S. News & World Report Rankings

The Georgia Institute of Technology remained the 7th best public institution in the nation and moved up to 34 in the Best Colleges overall ranking by U.S. News & World Report.

Judging a book through its cover

MIT and Georgia Tech researchers are designing an imaging system that can read closed books.

Crowning Achievement

When Patricia Ford, Miss Georgia and a Georgia Tech alumna, competed for the Miss America title on September 11, she outshined the competition, thanks to her computer-coded shoes.