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Brain-Mimicking Nanomaterials for A.I. Retina Receive $7 Million Research Grant

The dream of computing the way the human brain does comes a step closer thanks to nanomaterials

Students participate in EngageATL in 2016

EngageATL Lets New Students Pursue 'Progress and Service'

This community service-based program orients new students to Georgia Tech and Atlanta by engaging with local community partners on direct service projects while emphasizing the theme of creating sustainable communities

Elliot Moore

Moore Appointed as ECE Associate Chair for Undergraduate Affairs

Elliot Moore II has been appointed as associate chair for Undergraduate Affairs in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), effective August 15.

Brittney English poses with two campers and their SeaPerch underwater robot at the Campus Recreation Center pool.

Brittney English Applies Lessons from Childhood to Engineering Outreach

ECE Ph.D. student Brittney English describes herself as an “outgoing, audacious, and curious” kid who was never dissuaded by challenges or gender stereotypes.

Shreya Dwarakanath

Dwarakanath Wins IMAPS Best Paper Honors

Georgia Tech Ph.D. student Shreya Dwarakanath won the Best of Track (Advanced Packaging) & Best Student Paper awards at the 49th International Symposium on Microelectronics (IMAPS), held October 10-13, 2016 in Pasadena, California.

Mars Berwanger celebrates graduation with current electrical engineering major Anna Harrison and his nieces Britain and Haleah (from left to right).

ECE Alumnus Mars Berwanger Honored With Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship

School of Electrical and Computer Engineering alumnus Mars Berwanger has been selected to receive a highly competitive Woodrow Wilson Georgia Teaching Fellowship.

Steve Cross, Georgia Tech’s executive vice president for research, was one of 11 panelists for a media roundtable discussion about “The State of American Science.”  The event was organized by the Association of American Universities and The Science Coalition.

Cross Discusses State of American Science

Georgia Tech’s executive vice president for research meets with national media to discuss federal funding and scientific research.

What Machine Learning Will Change (Hint: Everything)

Today, computer algorithms poring over vast datasets can derive predictions or models from that data—all on their own. The “programming” paradigm has been upended. Welcome to the Machine Learning Revolution.

A Solar Sensation Over Campus

Join the Georgia Tech community in activities galore before, during, and after Aug. 21, 2017,

Searching for Science in the Solar Darkness

Scientists have long used eclipses to learn more about the sun and the Earth.

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