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Collaboration with Apple Paves Way for Future Chip Development Courses
ECE and Apple develop a course to meet the growing demand for skilled engineers in chip manufacturing.
New NEETRAC Director: Center Poised to Lead Nation's Power Grid Transformation
Joe Hagerman on why the National Electric Energy Testing, Research & Applications Center will be a key contributor to resilience of America’s power grid.
Meet the College’s Newest Goldwater Scholars
Maeve Janecka, Venny Kojouharov, and Dawei Liu are among five Georgia Tech students selected for their potential to become the nation’s next generation of research leaders.
Georgia CTSA Supports ECE Researcher's Work Using Computational Tools to Study Brain Function
Sankar Alagapan has received a prestigious clinical translation grant for his efforts to understand how the brain determines whether it's worthwhile to exert effort on a task.
Recent AE Grad Receives Hertz Fellowship
Adele Payman is one of 15 graduate students to receive five years of funding from the Hertz Foundation to support her research in space plasma physics.
Curci Grants Support Researchers’ Emerging Work in Molecular Biology, Agile Movements
ChBE’s Lily Cheung and College of Science’s Simon Sponberg among the newest grant winners for their efforts to understand cell gatekeeper proteins and human muscles' fast-twitch agility.
How CEE is Reimagining Curriculum for the Future
School leaders are infusing data analytics, entrepreneurship and innovation, and storytelling with traditional civil and environmental engineering coursework to develop future-proof skills.
It’s All Starting to Click for Gaurav Byagathvalli
ISyE alumnus has co-founded a biotechnology startup focused on affordable vaccine delivery based on Georgia Tech research.
College Selects 2023 Faculty Award Winners
Faculty honored for research, service, teaching excellence, inventorship, and commercialization
Engineering A New Way to Feed Gorillas
Students build automatic feeding machine to help Zoo Atlanta gorillas with natural feeding behaviors
ME's Bud Peterson Wins One of Heat Transfer Field's Top Honors
The Max Jakob Memorial Award from ASME and AIChE honors the president emeritus and Regents' Professor for his long-lasting contributions to heat transfer research.
Addressing the Nation’s Call for Semiconductors
The College's researchers are working to innovate chip technology and ensure U.S. semiconductor development is globally competitive, reliable, sustainable, and resilient.
New Fellowships Support High-Impact Cybersecurity Research
Cohort’s five faculty members will help grow the College’s work in cyber-physical systems security.
Asim Gazi Makes History as Georgia Tech's First Schmidt Science Fellow
The ECE Ph.D. student is one of 32 talented scientists and engineers from around the world who will receive significant financial support and mentoring for their postdoctoral work.
Working to Build a More Positive World Through Rap and Engineering
Tyree Edwards sees power in using his music and his civil engineering skills to make an impact on people’s lives.
Community and Mentors Help Mechanical Engineer Chart Her Own Path
Fatima Sheriff heads to Microsoft with technical know-how and business skills thanks to the people who guided her along the way.
For AE Student, One Final Challenge Before Finishing Her Bachelor's
Catherine Schlabach is joining the U.S. Space Force and starting her master's, but first she'll serve as one of the reflection speakers at Commencement.
High School Science Fair Project Uncovers a Passion for Biomedical Engineering
Natalia Barrera Villamizar’s winding path through research labs, Covid disruptions, and industry experiences puts her right where she wants to be.
College Celebrates Alumni Impact at Awards Induction Ceremony
Dean Raheem Beyah honors 28 engineers for their achievements and leadership, including nine new members of the Engineering Hall of Fame.
Unraveling the Mathematics Behind Wiggly Worm Knots
Although it takes a group of worms minutes to tangle into a knot, it can untangle in milliseconds, a finding that could influence the design of shapeshifting robotics.