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Saltaformaggio fights crime with cyber forensics

The Next Frontier in Cyber Security

Brendan Saltaformaggio helps solve real human crimes through cyber forensics, the application of investigation and analysis techniques to gather and preserve evidence from a computing device that can be presented in a court of law.

Sonia Chernova, an assistant professor in the School of Interactive Computing, is part of a research group working on a new Army Research Laboratory grant aimed at developing resilient robot teams. (Credit: Rob Felt, Georgia Tech)

Army Grant Supports Development of Intelligent, Adaptive and Resilient Robot Teams

The U.S. Army Research Laboratory has awarded a $27 million grant to develop new methods of creating robot teams.

Fred Anochie

Anochie, Myhrer Join ECE External Advisory Board

Fred Anochie and Ragnar-Miguel Myhrer have joined the External Advisory Board for the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) this fall.

Healthcare Robotics Traineeship Broadens Students' Academic Experiences and Community

Luke Drnach and Katelyn Fry met through a first-of-its-kind traineeship in healthcare robotics offered by Georgia Tech and Emory University.

Grijalva Named to NIST Smart Grid Advisory Committee

ECE Professor Santiago Grijalva has been named to the Federal Smart Grid Advisory Committee of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for a three-year term. 

Dr. Ayanna Howard

Howard Chosen for Walker’s Legacy Power25 Atlanta Awards

ECE Professor Ayanna M. Howard has been named as a recipient of the Walker’s Legacy Power25 Atlanta Awards.

Ian Akyildiz

Akyildiz Tapped for IEEE Communications Society Award

ECE Professor Ian F. Akyildiz has been named as the recipient of the 2017 IEEE Communications Society Technical Committee on Cognitive Networks (TCCN) Recognition Award. 

Hoffmann To Launch New eColloq Series on CyberLearning Via CIRCL

Michael Hoffmann launches an online seminar series on research related to cyberlearning.

Undergraduate Research is Active Learning

If your student wants to apply what they are learning in the classroom in an active setting to gain practical experience, then they should look into doing undergraduate research.

Many future microelectronics systems could be assembled with a library of plug-and-play chiplets that combine their respective modular functions with unprecedented versatility. (Credit: DARPA)

Georgia Tech Researchers Support DARPA’s New “CHIPS” Initiative

Georgia Tech is contributing to the DARPA CHIPS initiative to reuse microelectronic designs.

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