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RotorJackets Win Collegiate Drone Racing Championship

The RotorJackets, a Georgia Tech student drone racing team, recently placed first in the Collegiate Drone Racing Championship in Grand Forks, North Dakota.

Researchers Receive ARPA-E Funding to Develop Eco-Friendly High-Voltage Circuit Breaker

Replacing the potent greenhouse gas SF6 in high-voltage circuit breakers with a clean alternative is critical as the U.S. looks to upgrade its aging electrical infrastructure.

Group photo from the 2022 VIP Consortium Meeting hosted by Georgia Tech. More than 80 individuals from 39 U.S. and international institutions attended this year’s event, the first in-person meeting since 2019.

Vertically Integrated Projects Consortium Holds Annual Meeting at Georgia Tech

More than 80 individuals from 39 U.S. and international institutions attended this year’s event.

Krishna Inducted into HPCA Hall of Fame

A significant distinction reserved for researchers with eight or more papers appearing in the proceedings of the symposium.

Research faculty member Caryn Riley in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE).

Caryn Riley Promoted to Principal Research Engineer

Riley is an engineer at ECE’s National Electric Energy Testing, Research, & Applications Center (NEETRAC).

Lim and Team Win 2022 Transactions on Computer-Aided Design Best Paper Award

The paper presents a physical design tool named Compact-2D that automatically builds high-density and commercial-quality monolithic three-dimensional integrated circuits (3D ICs).

J.C. Hernandez-Mejia Promoted to Senior Research Engineer

Hernandez-Mejia has been an engineer at ECE’s National Electric Energy Testing, Research, & Applications Center (NEETRAC) since 2017.

ECE Faculty, Paul Voss, Named Academic Director at Georgia Tech-Lorraine

Paul Voss appointed to serve as Academic Director at Georgia Tech-Lorraine with oversight of all aspects of academic operations at Tech's European campus in Metz, France.

ECE Plays Key Role in EcoCAR Mobility Challenge Win

Multiple members of the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) contributed to the four-year project.

Credit: Dept. of Energy

Student Team Wins Department of Energy EcoCAR Mobility Challenge

A team of Georgia Tech students and faculty members has won the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) EcoCAR Mobility Challenge.

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