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Two students were admitted from Troup County Comprehensive High School in LaGrange, Georgia.

Georgia Tech Admission Delivers Early Action 1 Decisions

Georgia Tech invited 2,330 Georgia students to join the next class.

Kevin Martin

In Loving Memory of Kevin Martin

Kevin Martin, who was the associate director of the Microelectronics Research Center (MiRC) for many years, passed away on June 28, 2020 in Columbus, Ohio.

Register for Virtual 3MT Competition, Be Entered in Amazon Drawing

Register by Jan. 22 for the 2021 virtual Three Minute Thesis competition.

Teresa Askew

Askew Named ECE Culture Champion

Teresa Askew has been named as the Culture Champion for the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at Georgia Tech. 

Finalists Chosen in College of Engineering Dean Search

Two finalists have been chosen in the College of Engineering dean search.

Angelos Keromytis

Expert Group Advises the European Commission on Innovation, Technology Transfer

ECE Professor Angelos Keromytis is part of a high-level expert team that is providing advice and assistance to the European Commission on how to strengthen innovation ecosystems and management, technology transfer, and investment. 

Catie and Carah Camron

Finding Sisterhood and Scholarship Through Engineering

Catie Camron is a proud alumna that graduated in 2018, while her younger sister Carah (ECE, 2022) is on campus following in her footsteps.

Prasanna Venkat Ravindran

Ravindran Chosen for IEEE EDS Masters Student Fellowship

ECE Ph.D. student Prasanna Venkat Ravindran has received an IEEE Electron Devices Society (EDS) Masters Student Fellowship.

Sponsored Projects Earn Top Spots at Capstone

Capstone Senior Design students faced an extra challenge this semester- how to show off their projects without the aid of a physical prototype or an in-person demonstration.

Teaching in the Time of Covid-19

Four engineering professors and their students talk about the challenges of online learning during the pandemic and the human touchpoints that make all the difference. ECE Professor Bernard Kippelen and EE student Emily Marshall are among those featured.