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Eva Dyer

Eva Dyer Wins McKnight Technology Award

BME/Petit Institute researcher among three recipients of annual award supporting novel neuro research

Face coverings must be worn around other people in class or at work.

Campus Leaders Host Academic Restart Town Hall

During an online town hall for teaching faculty campus leaders discussed the plan for this fall.

Lidar vehicles

ECE/GTRI Lidar Interference Research Featured by SPIE

SPIE, the International Society for Optics and Photonics, has released a news story that features Georgia Tech lidar (light detection and ranging) research as it relates to autonomous vehicles. 

Shimeng Yu

Yu Chosen for DAC Under-40 Innovators Award

Shimeng Yu has been named as a recipient of the IEEE/ACM Design Automation Conference Under-40 Innovators Award. This award recognizes the top young innovators who have made a significant impact in the field of design and automation of electronics. 

President Cabrera, Other Campus Leaders to Discuss Race

Institute Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (IDEI) will host a virtual panel discussion entitled “Race at Georgia Tech: A Call to Action,” on Thursday, July 16.

Tech Voices to Discuss Black Scholars in STEM

Tech students and faculty will participate in Experiences of Black STEM in the Ivory: A Call to Disruptive Action.

Campus Center Construction Impacts - July 2020

The campus center construction project moves into Phase II.

Coogan Selected for ACC Donald P. Eckman Award

ECE Assistant Professor Sam Coogan received the 2020 Donald P. Eckman Award at the American Control Conference, which was held July 1-3 in an online format.

Georgia Tech Library creates Black Lives Matter Reading Room

The Library aspires to be an organization that embraces diversity in all of its forms while supporting the research and learning functions of the Institute.

Huynh Named as Interim IT Director in ECE

Peter Huynh has been appointed as the interim director of Information Technology (IT) in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, effective July 1.

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