Traditionally, electric components and systems, such as semiconductors and chips, are tuned and tested over months before they are optimized for a task. A new method uses a statistical technique based on probabilities called Bayesian optimization.
Four faculty members from the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) received top Georgia Tech awards.
Nine ECE employees were recognized with Georgia Tech Years of Service Awards.
IMat's Executive Director (Professor Eric Vogel, MSE) and Innovation Initiative Leader (Professor Jud Ready, GTRI) have created a new Science Advisor position and a team of Initiative Leaders to shape the future of IMat.
The Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) is recognizing and celebrating the achievements of its students, staff, and faculty with honors from the Roger P. Webb Awards Program.
The Library’s Crosland Tower seventh floor terraces and Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons’ fifth floor rooftop garden will be open for graduation photos April 30 through May 8.
The Reframe app’s 120-day program provides diversions that interrupt users from the urge to consume alcohol during a typical 20-minute craving.
The Diversity and Inclusion Fellows Program at Georgia Tech is now accepting applications for its fifth cohort.
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