ECE Ph.D. student Muhammad Saad Zia, a Ph.D. student in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), placed second in the recent Georgia Tech Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition.
Spring commencement ceremonies will feature Ed Bastian, Paul Judge, Ryan Gravel, and Stacey A. Dixon as guest speakers.
Teams with ECE students win Best Overall, Best Interdisciplinary, and People's Choice Awards.
Hua Wang was recently featured in a blog on the GlobalFoundries (GF) website as one of three highlighted, high-profile university partner professors.
Members of the L.O.V.E. GT working group will join meetings of various campus groups and departments to talk about the Institute’s values and share ways to further incorporate the values into our work.
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.
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