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GT Shenzhen graduate student Fandi Peng receives the 2nd Place Award in the 2017 IEEE UBTECH-Education Robotics Design Challenge.

Georgia Tech-Shenzhen Team Places 2nd In IEEE UBTECH-Education Robotics Design Challenge

A team of Georgia Tech-Shenzhen graduate students earned the second place spot in the 2017 IEEE UBTECH-Education Robotics Design Challenge on August 4, 2017, in Shenzhen, China.

Raheem Beyah, the Motorola Foundation Professor and associate chair in Georgia Tech’s School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, is shown in a 3-D printing lab at the Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering. (Credit: Christopher Moore, Georgia Tech)

Print No Evil: Three-Layer Technique Helps Secure Additive Manufacturing

Researchers have developed a three-layer technique for protecting the additive manufacturing (3-D printing) process.

New Robotics Lab Allows Anyone to Control the Machines

Researchers can upload their own code, then watch Georgia Tech robots carry out the experiment.

Not in Their Words: Strategies for Dealing with Plagiarism at Tech

Last year, there were nearly 100 counts of theft at Georgia Tech — not physical theft, but theft of words.

ECE Ph.D. student Gukyeong Kwon presents the paper coauthored by a team of Multimedia and Sensors Lab researchers at the 2017 IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo.

Multimedia and Sensors Lab Team Named Best Paper Award Finalist

The team of Mohammed Aabed, Gukyeong Kwon, and Ghassan AlRegib was named as a finalist for the First 10K Best Paper Award at the 2017 IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo, held July 10-14 in Hong Kong.

Krishna Publishes On-Chip Networks Textbook

ECE Assistant Professor Tushar Krishna has published a new textbook entitled On-Chip Networks, Second Edition. 

Joseph L.A. Hughes

Hughes Tapped for IEEE Education Society Award

ECE Professor Joseph L.A. Hughes has been named as the recipient of the 2017 William E. Sayle Award for Achievement in Education, given by the IEEE Education Society.

New Undergraduate Certificate in Intellectual Property Prepares Undergraduates for the Innovation Ecosystem

The School of Public Policy has established a new undergraduate certificate program in Intellectual Property (IP).

Founder of Origami Salami, Calista Frederick-Jaskiewicz. Photo credit: Brianna Kristian Photography

Turning a Hobby Into A Powerful STEM Education Tool

Founded by computer engineering major Calista Frederick-Jaskiewicz, Origami Salami is an international student-led movement that combines educational outreach with community service.

The Drinkably water-testing solution is as simple as dipping a strip into a sample of water.

Going with the Flow

On their entrepreneurial quest to make drinking water safe for all, two new Tech alumnae stand as testimony to the gumption and perseverance necessary to sustain a startup.

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