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Contact the ECE Graduate Affairs Office
Before contacting our office, you should check the information presented on the web site. In particular, you should check the ECE Graduate Office FAQ page.
If the information presented on the ECE website does not fully answer your questions, the ECE Graduate Affairs Office has established a procedure for handling inquiries.
All inquiries should be made using the appropriate ECE Graduate Affairs Office “contact us” interface.
- For prospective applicants or those who have already submitted an application to our graduate program, please go to the ECE Graduate Affairs Office Contact Form for Application Questions and Prospective Students.
- For current ECE graduate students, please go to the Contact the ECE Graduate Affairs Office - Current Students form.
The greater the specificity of your message, the better equipped that we will be to handle your inquiry. Be sure to include complete contact information in your email message.
Every effort will be made to respond in a timely manner to messages sent via the above interfaces, however, during heavy volume times (August -April), it may take several days to receive our response. If you have not received a reply in ten working days, you may send another inquiry via the “contact us” interface.
Individual ECE faculty or staff should never be contacted for general graduate program information or for questions about admissions. All such inquiries, if not answered by information on this web site, should be directed to the Graduate Affairs Office using the instructions above. Sending multiple messages or sending email to one or more individual faculty or staff will delay a response to your inquiry.
If a prospective student would like to contact potential faculty advisors, or explore potential research opportunities, the following actions may be taken:
First, visit the research section of the ECE website and familiarize yourself with the 11 Technical Interest Groups at ECE. You will find information on the specific faculty associated with these groups.
Then, explore associated faculty profiles to learn about the background and research interests of ECE's academic faculty. Individual faculty can then be contacted if you find that the work of an ECE faculty member coincides with your interests.
Associate Chair - Graduate Affairs
School of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, Georgia 30332-0250
Last revised August 5, 2019
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