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Buggaveeti Recognized with 2022 Emerging Leader Award in Microelectronics Assembly and Packaging

Buggaveeti is currently pursuing an online master’s degree in ECE.

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Georgia Tech-Lorraine Rebranded as Georgia Tech-Europe

The rebrand will create a more recognizable name and expand the Georgia Tech brand in the region and greater Europe.

Md Shariful Islam, a Ph.D. candidate in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE)

Shariful Receives IEEE Photonics Society 2022 Graduate Student Scholarship

Each year, ten outstanding IPS student members from around the world are awarded the Graduate Student Scholarship. Md Shariful Islam, a Ph.D. candidate in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), has been selected for the 2022

Georgia Tech Receives Planning Grant for Dana Foundation Neuroscience & Society Center

The project for the Dana Foundation's grant is led by ECE's Christopher Rozell.

Datta Receives VLSI Technology and Circuits Test of Time Award

The Test of Time Award recognizes papers that have established their significance in history by standing the test of time.

Engel Recognized for Semiconductor Research at ICMBE

The research presents new semiconductor chemistries that allow for improved semiconductor quality.

Linda Wills Named ECE’s Inaugural Chair’s Professor for Teaching Excellence

Q&A with Linda Wills, ECE’s Inaugural Chair’s Professor for Teaching Excellence

ECE students and TECHCON poster competition winners Cynthia Wang and Tyler Lizzo. 

ECE Students Place First, Second in Premier Microelectronics Undergraduate Research Competition

Wang and Lizzo’s winning research projects are part of the Opportunity Research Scholars’ (ORS) program in ECE.

Ougazzaden and Collaborators Awarded ANR Grant for Optically Stimulated Cochlear Implants

The French National Research Agency has awarded a grant to Georgia Tech and Georgia Tech-Lorraine researchers to develop technology for a new class of cochlear implants.

Exploring Europa Possible with Silicon-Germanium Transistor Technology

Regents’ Professor John D. Cressler in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering and his students have been working with silicon-germanium heterojunction bipolar transistors for decades and have found them to have unique advantage.

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