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Turning Ideas into Successful Startups

The 20 teams participating in this year’s Startup Summer programs will demonstrate their products Tuesday at the Fox Theatre

Egerstedt Named as Hightower Chair Professor

Magnus Egerstedt has been appointed as the Julian T. Hightower Chair Professor in Systems and Controls in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), effective August 1.

Solar Power to the People

Twenty-three Georgia Tech students take "Progress and Service" to a health clinic in Haiti — and bring a lot of lessons home.

Researchers Develop a Low-power Always-on Camera With Gesture Recognition

The always-on camera could be used in a wide array of products from security to consumer electronics.

Undergraduate Research and Student Innovation: The Skills to Shape Our World

If your student is ready for a challenge, likes working beyond the traditional boundaries of coursework, and wants to participate in something “hands-on,” then undergraduate research is a must.

Georgia Tech to Co-lead NSF Center for Advanced Electronics Through Machine Learning with UIUC and NCSU

The Center for Advanced Electronics through Machine Learning (CAEML) seeks to accelerate advances by leveraging machine-learning techniques to develop new models for electronic design automation (EDA) tools create and verify chip designs for market.

Ayanna Howard Chosen for Invention Ambassadors Program

Ayanna Howard has been named to the Invention Ambassadors Program, sponsored by the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the Lemelson Foundation.

Mersereau Tapped for IEEE Fourier Award for Signal Processing

ECE Regents' Professor Emeritus Russell M. Mersereau will receive the 2017 IEEE Fourier Award for Signal Processing, which recognizes an outstanding contribution to the advancement of signal processing, other than in areas of speech and audio processing.

Weitnauer Appointed as ECE Senior Associate Chair

Mary Ann Weitnauer has been appointed as senior associate chair for the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), effective August 1.

Monitoring Side-Channel Signals Could Detect Malicious Software on IoT Devices

DARPA awards $9.4 million to develop a new technique for monitoring IoT devices.