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Things to Do in Atlanta during Spring Break

As Spring Break approaches, you may be searching for ways to spend your well-deserved vacation time. If you plan to stay on campus, Atlanta is offers plenty of opportunities to make your break memorable.

Wang Named Recipient of Sigma Xi Young Faculty Award

ECE Assistant Professor Hua Wang has been named the recipient of the Georgia Tech Sigma Xi Young Faculty Award.

Omer Inan Selected for Lockheed Teaching Award

ECE Assistant Professor Omer T. Inan has been selected for a 2016 Lockheed Dean's Excellence in Teaching Award.

Spring 2016 Commencement

Georgia Tech will celebrate its 251st Commencement at McCamish Pavilion.

Six ECE Faculty Members Awarded Promotion, Tenure

SIx ECE faculty members have been awarded promotion or tenure, effective July 1, 2016.

Davenport Wins IEEE SPS Best Paper Award

ECE Assistant Professor Mark A. Davenport has been named the recipient of the 2015 IEEE Signal Processing Society Best Paper Award.

Four ECE Faculty Members to Receive CETL Teaching Effectiveness Award

Four faculty members from the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering will receive the Class of 1940 Course Survey Teaching Effectiveness Award, which is sponsored by the Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning (CETL).

Ayanna Howard

Ayanna Howard Chosen for Prestigious CRA Honor

ECE Professor Ayanna Howard has been selected as the 2016 recipient of the A. Nico Habermann Award, given by the Computing Research Association (CRA).

Georgia Tech Graduate Research Assistant Sihwan Kim and Professor Jennifer Hasler are developing an application for the FPAA device. They are using design tools on the laptop computer and evaluating a demonstration on the handheld tablet driving the FPAA device. (Credit: Fitrah Hamid, Georgia Tech)

Configurable Analog Chip Computes with 1,000 Times Less Power than Digital

Researchers have demonstrated a novel reconfigurable computing device that uses much less power than comparable digital devices.

Georgia Tech researchers built the “Rescue Robot” to determine whether or not building occupants would trust a robot designed to help them evacuate a high-rise in case of fire or other emergency. (Credit: Rob Felt, Georgia Tech)

In Emergencies, Should You Trust a Robot?

In emergencies, people may trust robots too much, a new study has found.