Recent News

3D-printed flutcase snaps onto a watch to support Whoosh. The attachment has eight holes around the bezel, each with varying lengths. When a wearer blows into each of the holes, unique frequencies are generated much like a flute.

New Techniques Allow Greater Control of Smartwatches

College of Computing researchers control smartwatches with breaths and taps.

Steffes Discusses Use of Cellphone Location Data in Undisclosed Podcast

ECE professor and radio science specialist Paul Steffes is featured on the popular podcast "Undisclosed."

Hanju Oh Wins IEEE ECTC Best Paper Honors

ECE Ph.D. student Hanju Oh and his colleagues have been named the winners of the 2016 Best Oral Session Paper Award at the 66th IEEE Electronic Components and Technology Conference (ECTC), held May 31-June 3, 2016 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Denning Faculty Award for Global Engagement (deadline: January 27th, 2017)

The Steven A. Denning Award for Global Engagement recognizes a Georgia Tech faculty member who has demonstrated sustained outstanding achievement and commitment to the advancement of the Institute’s global engagement.

Denning Global Engagement Seed Fund (Deadline March 31, 2017)

The Office of the Vice Provost for International Initiatives (VPII) seeks to seed-fund exploratory initiatives in global engagement.

Zajic Receives NSF CAREER Award

ECE Assistant Professor Alenka Zajic has received the prestigious NSF CAREER Award.

Professor Russell Dupuis

Pioneer of Modern Electronics

The smartphone you peer into, the LED bulb in your desk lamp, the Blu-Ray player that serves up your favorite film – all are here largely because of Dupuis, a professor in electrical and computer engineering at Georgia Tech.

Buzzing the Vagus Nerve Just Right to Fight Inflammatory Disease

An electric buzz to the vagus can fight chronic inflammation -- this fine-tune makes it even better.

Tentzeris Places Third at Nokia Bell Labs Competition

ECE Professor Emmanouil M. (Manos) Tentzeris and his colleagues won the third place prize at the Nokia Bell Labs Prize Competition, held on December 14 in Murray Hill, New Jersey at the worldwide headquarters of the company.

Wahby to Present at SEMI Industry Strategy Symposium

SEMI, the global microelectronics industry association, has chosen ECE Ph.D. student William Wahby to present his award-winning SRC TECHCON research paper at the SEMI Industry Strategy Symposium, to be held January 8-11, 2017 in Half Moon Bay, California.