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Alex Fedorov

Fedorov Chosen for IEEE ICHI Best Student Paper Award

ECE Ph.D. student Alex Fedorov received the best student paper award at the IEEE International Conference on Health Informatics, which was held August 9-12 in a virtual format. 

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Georgia Tech is introducing new rewards to encourage individuals on campus to get vaccinated and test weekly.

Andrew F. Peterson

Peterson Presented with 2021 ACES Technical Achievement Award

ECE Professor Andrew F. Peterson was named the recipient of the 2021 Technical Achievement Award from the Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society (ACES).

Chris Roberts, a principal research engineer at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI), Brendan Saltaformaggio, an assistant professor in the School of Cybersecurity and Privacy and the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech), and others have joined forces under GTRI's Graduate Student Fellowship Program to research and develop a new branch of cyber forensics called AI Psychiatry that seeks to keep data more secure in a constantly evolving technological landscape.

GTRI, Georgia Tech Develop AI Psychiatry to Advance National Security

A group of researchers at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) and Georgia Institute of Technology have teamed up under the inaugural GTRI Graduate Student Fellowship Program to develop a revolutionary cyber forensics technique called AI Psychiatry.

ECE Welcomes Ghalichechian, Heck to Georgia Tech

The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering is pleased to welcome our two newest faculty members, Nima Ghalichechian and Larry Heck, to Georgia Tech.

John Cressler was the recipient of the 2013 Georgia Tech Class of 1934 Distinguished Professor Award.

Cressler Appointed as Regents Professor

John D. Cressler has been promoted to the rank of Regents Professor; his nomination to this rank was approved by the University System of Georgia Board of Regents on August 10.

Paper hearts hangs from a campus tree displaying messages from a member of the campus community. Photo courtesy of SMILE

Hearts for Campus Returns for Second Year

SMILE has once again organized Hearts for Campus, where messages are written on pieces of paper and hung from campus trees.

Albert Williams (A/C Mechanic II) tests an air scrubber in a classroom on Tuesday, Aug. 17. (Photo by Jeff Wiley)

Air Purifiers Destined for Classrooms

More than 200 portable air purifiers will be installed in centrally and departmentally scheduled classrooms ahead of the first day of classes on Monday, Aug. 23.

Dean Beyah and President Cabrera in the Interdisciplinary Design Commons.

“The Best Job on Campus”

Raheem Beyah grew up in Atlanta with no engineers in his life. He didn’t even know what an engineer did. And yet, four decades later, he has what he calls the “best job on campus” — dean of Georgia Tech’s College of Engineering.

Dean Beyah and President Cabrera in the Interdisciplinary Design Commons.

“The Best Job on Campus”

Raheem Beyah grew up in Atlanta with no engineers in his life. He didn’t even know what an engineer did. And yet, four decades later, he has what he calls the “best job on campus” — dean of Georgia Tech’s College of Engineering.

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