Harnessing the power of “phase-change” materials, Georgia Tech researchers have demonstrated how reconfigurable metasurfaces — artificial materials with extraordinary optical properties — are crucial to the future of nanotechnology.
Center for Advanced Electronics through Machine Learning Receives Phase II Funding from The National Science Foundation
As the global demand for microelectronics continues to surge, CAEML's mission to apply machine learning to the design of optimized microelectronic circuits and systems has become even more crucial.
Zhang has been a faculty member in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) since 2007.
His research could enable a clean, cheaper, and more flexible energy future even if household energy consumption increases.
This year’s milestone event featured guests who played an important role in the development of ORS.
Professor Biing Hwang Juang and his research recognized at 22 IEEE International Conference on Communications
Rincón-Mora's history with ECE dates back thirty years to when he was a student.
ECE Professor Sung-Kyu Lim named Motorola Solutions Foundation Professor, effective April 1, 2022.
ECE graduates Garrett Langley B.E.E. ’09, Carmel Ortiz B.E.E. ’89, James G. Pope B.E.E. ’65, and Ronald L. Yancey B.E.E. ’65 were honored.
The U.S. Department of Energy, General Motors and MathWorks Announce Georgia Tech Selected to Participate in the EcoCAR EV Challenge
The next DOE-sponsored Advanced Vehicle Technology Competition (AVTC) set to begin in Fall 2022.
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