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National Science Foundation awards StarMobile $500K funding grant

The NSF Small Business Innovation Research/Small Business Technology Transfer (SBIR/STTR) program seeks to transform scientific discovery into societal and economic benefit by catalyzing private sector commercialization of technological innovations.

Zyrobotics wins $750K National Science Foundation grant

Focus is continued development of accessible education platforms for children with special needs.

Marissa Connor (ECE), Kaitlin Fair (ECE), Shan Tie (ChBE), Dalar Nazarian (ChBE), and Chelsea Jean-Mary (ECE).

Students Lean In And Push Past Their Comfort Zones

Kaitlin Fair (ECE) started a Georgia Tech Lean In Chapter in April of 2015 with the help of fellow students Marissa Connor (ECE), Shan Tie (ChBE), Dalar Nazarian (ChBE), and Chelsea Jean-Mary (ECE).

Taiyun Chi Receives IEEE MTT-S Graduate Fellowship

ECE Ph.D. student Taiyun Chi has been named a recipient of the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S) Graduate Fellowship for Medical Applications.

The ATDC Startup Showcase is the annual event that highligts the most promising technology-oriented startups in Georgia and brings together entrepreneurs, investors, and major corporations that seek to partner with these companies on potential initiatives.

The Advanced Technology Development Center’s 2016 Startup Showcase is May 12

The event features some of the most promising technology startups from across Georgia.

Eta Kappa Nu Selected for Outstanding Chapter Award

The Beta Mu chapter of Eta Kappa Nu (HKN) has been chosen for a 2014-2015 IEEE-HKN Outstanding Chapter Award.

Georgia Tech ECE-Toshiba Team Win Microwave Magazine Best Paper Award

ECE Assistant Professor Hua Wang and his colleagues from Georgia Tech and Toshiba Corporation have been named the recipients of the 2016 Microwave Magazine Best Paper Award of the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S).

Visualization of the first binary black black hole coalescence discovered, GW150914, which was announced on February 11, 2016. The two black holes are in orbit around each other, getting closer together, losing energy to gravitational waves, seen here as colored contours.The two white spheres are the black holes, colored white for visibility. The image was taken from a binary/simulation that was created by Georgia Tech's team, including Matt Kinsey, Karan Jani and Michael Clark.

Gravitational Waves Detected 100 Years After Einstein’s Prediction

Georgia Tech faculty, postdocs and student researchers play a crucial role in the first-ever observation of a gravitational wave.

Statement re: White House Cybersecurity National Action Plan

Associate Director Michael Farrell provides a public statement on behalf of the Institute for Information Security & Privacy.


Six Finalists Competing for InVenture Prize

Winners of the annual Georgia Tech contest will be announced March 16